Originally (40 yeats ago?) it was a beautiful and quiet street. Now it has become cheap and loud. I was disappointed....too bad
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This area is parallel to a beautiful beach. This is a street lined with shops, art galleries, restaurants and bars. We found the locals to be very friendly and not at all pushy like you find in many resort areas.
Do not recommend you wife to wear high-healed shoes if you invite her to dinner in one of the many restaurants in Rua das Pedras (Stone Street) which has its name after the very uneven and big cobblestones. The street has a mix of shops...More
Of course the whole village of Buzios is rather touristy, but the Rua das Pedras is at the top. There are some nice shops, but these are all very expensive. The rest are restaurants. The sidewalk is often blocked by the restaurants, forcing you to...More
Rua das pedras is a mix of restaurants, pubs and shopping. During the day it's nice to go to have some food and buy clothes or souvenirs. During the night you're still able to do the same things, however there are night clubs and bars...More
Buzios is my passion, maybe because the style remember French Riviera and Amalfi Coast, the price is similar between 2 cities but the warm water and colour are excellent. There are cops but it´s necessary take care with personal objects.