The colourful selaron steps are a must see and classic photo from Rio. They are right by the Arches of Lapa, the streets of which become lively on a Friday night - a fun local night out!
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Tiles, tiles, tiles, all over the long staircase - from all-over the world. You don't have to climb all the way up to get the idea....
Quite a long stairway in lower class area. A life's work was spent tiling the sides with coloured tiles from all over the world, predominently red. There in a tiled vista of Rio, and even one of Princess Diana. Shame it is not quite complete,...More
This is a good idea to go, its fun looking at the stairs as a whole artistic piece as well as to concentrate on details - tiles representing your country, or even your town... I loved the tiled with love, children or pregnant women most....More
Very happy stairs decorated by a Chilean artist. He tried to mix the Brazilian and Chilean flag colours in a long stairs. It is a very nice place to visit and take a pic on it. There are some restaurants that serve Brazilian food just...More
I love this place! It's such a colorful place and super close to the Lapa arches. There is no need to spend tons of time here, but it's definitely worth a visit.
You don't need to spend much time here, so you can visit in the middle of the day. There is a lovely man who can take a photo of you and have it printed on a tile- a great souvenir and keepsake. He was also...More
If you like ceramics or tiles, this is a must place visit. See tiles which people, from all over the world, sent the artist to help him complete his work. Sadly he was killed before he could complete this but there is no doubt that...More
It's a great achievement, not really a 'must do' if you do not have a lot of time to spend in Rio, but if you do, enjoy a walk after (lots of steps, be warned) up into the Santa Theresa area, and end the walk...More