Rio de Janeiro
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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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Marcus Vinicius de Barcelos MafraThe most iconic of the river beaches and also the most popular. Copacabana - the princess of the sea. Has anyone who says that in the morning, before 7 am its beauty is amazing and no other beach can be liked to compare ... Will it be? Destaking to Point 6 (Copacabana Fort)
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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”
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HelenFortunately, during the Rio Olympics, I felt the closing ceremony at the Maracanã Stadium. The hot samba of tens of thousands of people, and the pouring rain could not extinguish the passion in the blood of the Brazilian people! It is very convenient to take the subway or take a taxi to the stadium. However, due to road closures during the Olympics, taxis could not enter this area after a long time. Obviously, the subway is more convenient. It takes only five minutes to walk to the stadium. The whole stadium still feels very grand, and it feels good.
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Marcus Vinicius de Barcelos Mafraexperience great. center of much culture. impossible not to be excited with the stairs and make aluzao with the history of the place ! more beautiful thing

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About Rio de Janeiro

Affectionately knew as the "Marvelous city" among locals, Rio de Janeiro is indeed a spectacular sight to behold. Founded in 1565, Rio has risen to become one of the most famous cities in Brazil, and was in fact the capital of this far reaching country up until 1960. There are a lot of iconic features associated with Rio, of which the Christ The Redeemer statue perched overlooking the city might be the most striking. Another popular Rio feature, is the annual Carnival celebration. One of the biggest and most eccentric parties the world over, Carnival is just before Lent, and is tolerated by the within the Roman Catholic Church as a get-it-all-out-of-your-system new party. The natural landscape around Rio is spectacular, with numerous peaks surrounding their unique harbor helping it to land a spot on the list of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. There are dozens of historic and modern attractions throughout the city, although it's still advisable to steer clear of the faults, or slums. Still, if you are looking for fun and excitement, this city is part of the best such options in all of South America.

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Rio de Janeiro Weather

17 Oct, 2021
21 ~ 29
18 Oct, 2021
21 / 24
19 Oct, 2021
19 / 23
20 Oct, 2021
18 / 22
21 Oct, 2021
18 / 20
22 Oct, 2021
Partly Clear with Showers
17 / 22
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Rio de Janeiro
17 Oct, 2021 Rio de Janeiro Weather: Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 79%, Sunrise/Sunset: 05:20/17:57
Rio de Janeiro Driving: Suitable, Running: Not Recommended, Cycling: Not Recommended

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