Rio de Janeiro
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Things To Do in Rio de Janeiro

296 Reviews
D31***61We made our way to The statue of Christ by using public transport first we bought a ticket at the Metro and there is a connecting bus that will take you directly to the cog tram. The cost was substantially cheaper than using a need to and also you are not limited to the amount of time that you spend up at the top of Christ the Redeemer
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D31***61this is a must to do experienced for anybody who comes to Rio de Janeiro. Best to make your own way there and buy a ticket otherwise your time will be limited up on the top of Sugarloaf
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_FB***77I’ve been in 92 countries around the world so far Copacabana beach in Rio, Brazil it’s a must to check it out! amazing weather with warm Brazilian people! worth every coin
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_FB***77Ipanema beach it’s a must to go in Rio, Brazil! with the “two brothers” mountains at the end of the beach it’s a Brazilian icon. Most know for a famous song called “Ipanema girl” wrote by our famous Brazilian singer “Tom Jobim”
180 Reviews
圣吉米尼亚诺伊尹The Cathedral of Rio, also known as the Cathedral of the Skyscrapers, was finally inaugurated in 1976 after 12 years. Her style is different from that of the old European churches of the same period. The main building of the cathedral in Rio is a modern building with a conical top, stylish, pyramid-like image of reinforced concrete as the main building material. The cathedral is 80 meters high, the base diameter 106 meters, can accommodate 20,000 people.
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Botanical Garden
Rebecca Goglia (@BeccaBandit)We loved this botanical garden! This was our first trip to South America, so this garden was perfect to see loads of tropical trees, plants, flowers and nature life from the area. There are many picturesque spots with pagodas, statues, waterfalls, and ponds. We saw so many women have photoshoots here -- mostly maternity shots! There are tropical birds too and even a distant view of Christ the Redeemer.