Cozy flat two bedrooms and swimming. INSPIRATION , SAFETY , FUN AND COMFORT A place where everything was made especially to please you . A place where everything is practical and made for comfort , without forgetting the fun. Near the beaches, shopping and olympic park . The Space Two bedrooms, with parking space. Carefully planned for those seeking practicality and quality of life, with a leisure thought to offer exactly what you like really. Interaction with Guests anything you need The Neighborhood Barra da Tijuca is a region lying between the Atlantic Ocean and the massive Pedra Branca and Tijuca, West Zone of Rio de Janeiro, capital of the State of the same name. Is formed largely by barrier islands separated from the Mainland by an extensive lagoon complex. Although unusual, those born or living in Barra da Tijuca are called barristas  . Consists of eight neighborhoods: Barra da Tijuca, Recreio dos Bandeirantes, Vargem Pequena, Vargem Grande, Camorim, Grumari, Joá and Itanhangá, in addition to dozens of sub-bairros, covering a population of approximately 300,000 people.  its total area is 165.59 km ²,  equivalent to the size of the urban region of Tel Aviv, Israel, or the city of Miami, Florida. It has a total of 27.3 km of oceanic beaches,  being the biggest Barra da Tijuca Beach and the beach of the reservation, both located in the Barra da Tijuca neighborhood. The region also has three large ponds, and the greatest extent of Marapendi lagoon. The region is crossed by three main routes: the Avenue of the Americas (main route of the region, which bisects the neighbourhoods of Barra and Recreio and has about 21 kilometers), Avenida Ayrton Senna (linking the Barra to Jacarepaguá and yellow line), and Avenida Lúcio Costa, former Sernambetiba Avenue (along the coast). Does limit with the Jacarepaguá neighborhood to the North, with the white stone to the West, with the Tijuca massif to the East, and the Atlantic Ocean to the South. The neighborhood of Barra da Tijuca is the cultural, economic and administrative centre of the region. The bar, as it is popularly known, is a relatively new region, classified as high by developing human development index (HDI = 0.959).  the demographics indicate that the region was the one who grew up in the city in the 1990: about 44%.  the Barra da Tijuca will be the great thirst of the 2016 Olympics, receiving the most Olympic modalities, in addition to being the site of the Olympic village. Getting Around Close to public transport to every corner of the city. BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) and buses that allows you to go to any part of the city.