The glorious history of Manaus is reflected in its many buildings. Among them, the Teatro Amazonas is the most impressive testimony of the golden days of the Rubber Cycle.

Nearby, the centenary walls of the Palacete Provincial, the Palácio Rio Negro, of the old Palácio da Justiça and the Palácio Rio Branco house museums and cultural centers that give even more prestige to the sumptuous forms, features of the period between the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

On the left bank of the Rio Negro, the Porto Flutuante, with its port movement and street commerce shares with visitors the daily routine of the town people. The port was designed by the British along with fixed piers it has floating piers that follow the ebb and allow boats to dock any time of the year.

But to fully enjoy your stay in Manaus, a boat ride on the huge rivers of the region is essential. At least up to the confluence of the Rio Negro and the Solimões, a spectacle of great beauty which will stay forever among your best memories.