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Las mejores actividades en Provincia de Maputo

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

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“It was called the Fortress of Our Lady of Conception. Today is the Fortress of Maputo. Built in colonial times in 1787, Maputo's fortress is undoubtedly one of the most visited spots in the capital of Mozambique. This is a must visit for anyone who enjoys history and culture; It is one of the oldest buildings in Maputo; Inside the fortress is a museum of colonial history; Sometimes there are painting or photography exhibitions in the interior of the Maputo’s Fortress Time to visit: Every day, including weekends, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ”
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“You get there with the public transport busses (chapas) that read Costa do Sol (pink ribbon) Often times there are kite surfers on the beach and I've been told by friends that it is pretty easy to learn. You can just approach them right at the beach.”
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Café
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Restaurante
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Iglesia
“The Santo António da Polana’s Church, or simply Igreja da Polana, is an emblematic building of modernist architecture; Built in 1962 and designed by the renowned architect Nuno Craveiro Lopes; It has the shape of an inverted flower, but some say it looks more like a lemon squeezer; It has colour glasses that give a celestial light inside the church; In 1992, it went through a total refurbishment that left it as it was initially - enthralling! In the garden there is an identical church to the original one, but in miniature. Isto ”
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Café
“historic cafe in downtown Maputo, restaurant with Mozambican dishes, patio, pastries”
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Restaurante
“Has to be the best Italian restaurant in Mozambique, and could hold its own anywhere.”
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Lodging
“Soak up spectacular views of the Indian ocean while sipping a drink or enjoy a delicious meal while watching the paragliders soar from the top of the cliff.”
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Plaza
“Indepdence square is home to a statue of Mozambique’s first president, Samora Machel. ”
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Parque
“This is better known as "The Elephants Reserve". It is located in the other side of the bay (going south). You need a 4x4 vehicle for this trip. You can rent a car with an experienced driver to take you there. This can be a one day trip, leaving very early in the morning. Organize your own food and drinks for the day. ”
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Night Club
“there is a lovely 25 meter pool at Clube Marítimo de Desportos - right on the sea. It can get quite busy during summer weekends but during the week and early mornings you’ll have the place entirely to yourself. There is a basic cafe at the pool and one of the city’s best restaurants right next door (Campo di Mare)”
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Restaurante
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Parque
“street between park and fort shuts down on Saturdays for a craft market (some things are similar to the permanent artist's park, but some crafts are different)”
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Restaurante
“At 281 Julius Nyere. Despite the uninspired name the food is decent and probably the best place in town to go for picanha (Brazilian classic dish). ”
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