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We visited this municipal market on the outskirts of Rio, for the Flower and Plants section, which was varied, extensive in range and an amazing experience. Nowhere in the world would you see such a wholesale market for tropical plants including orchids, bromeliads, etc. The...More
I wouldn't say Cadeg is a tourist attraction. But it could certainly be. At Rio's North Zone, more precisely in Benfica quarter, you'll find our central wholesale market, where restaurants, retailers and many "cariocas" come for shopping. Cadeg is quite famous for its flower market,...More
This is the market where many restaurants and bars of Rio de Janeiro buy their food and drinks. The general public can also buy . Usually at least 25%, sometimes 50%, cheaper than normal shops and supermarkets. Recommended for buying wine. Also a great place...More
This market is particularly recommended on Saturday afternoons when it also plays host to the Portuguese Fiesta complete with folk music and famous Portuguese egg yoke sweets. It is recommended for travellers who do not just wish to see museums, churches and monuments but also...More
This is the central municipal market of Rio de Janeiro (the acronym still keeping the old name of the Estado de Guanabara). It is located away from the tourist track, and I found the selection of fruits, cod fish, flowers etc. reasonable, but not really...More
if you want an inside non touristic experience go to the CADEG, here you will find the best underground restaurants and the freshest flowers and liquor in bulk, you need to come really early if you need to buy in bulk and are doing some...More
Went on a weekday, so missed the craziness. From what I understand, a non-touristic location great anyone to get a taste for the Carioca life. Great food options, flowers etc at a great price. Go check it out! Although there are many restaurants, go try...More
It took me a long time to visit this Market , in spite of being born there.
It was a pleasurable afternoon with a typical Portuguese meal and music to cheer up a reasonable number of visitors . Apart from the usual articles these marketplaces...More
Even traveling abroad, visiting a local food market might be interesting... Tasting local food is also a cultural experience - and this is the spirit that should preside your visit, if you choose to do so...
You should know that CADEG is not a fancy...More
Nope, it is pretty far from the metro and it is not easy to get there bus either. The place is very interesting, but if you don´t know the area, I strong advide to ask for a local person (a guide if possible) to go there... More
Nope, it is pretty far from the metro and it is not easy to get there bus either. The place is very interesting, but if you don´t know the area, I strong advide to ask for a local person (a guide if possible) to go there with you.