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Jardim Botanico

Jardim Botanico

4.5/5105 Reviews
Botanical Garden
Forest
Monday 12:00-17:00, Tuesday-Sunday 8:00-17:00, daylight saving time to 18:00 (Local time)
Brazil is a country that is rich in plant species. Because of the unique climate conditions of Brazil, Jardim Botanico has thick plants and beautiful scenery. Here you will find more than a thousand different species of plants. Some of these plants are over 100 years old. There are tall trees packed with appendages like moss and ferns. Inside Jardim Botanico, you can also find a plant museum, a library, and an environmental education center. It is categorized by UNESCO as a "life museum."
Escadaria Selarón

Escadaria Selarón

4.4/577 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
All day (Local time)
It was originally an average cement stairway in the slums, the Chilean artist George Selelon refurbished it with tiles recovered from the rubbish, and later added donations from local tourists and his own creations. Each of the more than 200 steps is a painting. On both sides of the steps, it is also a wall with different heights created by tiles. The backgrounds of these two sides are red, and various patterns are spelled out in different colors. Each tile is a story. Some of the tiles on the steps are divided into two pieces, which are respectively attached to the upper and lower steps. When they are put together, they make a complete picture when viewed from the side.
Leblon

Leblon

4.5/544 Reviews
Beach
Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas

Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas

4.5/575 Reviews
Stadium
Hiking
Open all day (Local time)
Rio de Janeiro has plenty to offer its visitors. From the culture, the people and the events such as the 2016 Summer Olympics, Rio also has plenty of natural draws to entertain and inspire guests. The Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas has many features that might call to locals and tourists alike who want to explore nature. While it does suffer from a pollution issue and needs to be cleaned, the Lagoa offers lakeside trails for walking and biking letting everyone enjoy the view of the water. A canal, which travels through a nearby park, also connects the lagoon with the Atlantic Ocean.
Teatro Municipal

Teatro Municipal

4.5/547 Reviews
Theatre
Urca

Urca

4.5/532 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Rocinha Favela

Rocinha Favela

4.3/571 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
The Rosinian slums are located on the mountainside of Mount Jesus, facing the beautiful Ipanema Beach, and you can see the Christ Jesus statue of the New Seven Wonders when looking out from the window. Not far from here are high-rise apartments and luxury commercial buildings. Just a stone's throw away from the bustling scene, the view is completely different, constructing a unique style of Rio de Janeiro. It is the archetype of the ghetto in the movie City of God.
Parque Lage

Parque Lage

4.6/540 Reviews
City Park
Summer time 8:00-18:00 (Local time)
Parque Lage public park is located in the Corcovado district of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Though the park is relatively small in size, it provides a welcome break from the hectic pace of life in the city. The property of the park was originally owned by Enrique Lage, an industrialist who had build a mansion on the grounds to impress his Italian wife. The mansion has now been converted into a school for visual arts. There is also a cafe on the premises of the park. Entrance to the park is free. Visitors can picnic on the lawns, play with their kids in a nearby playground or take a stroll under the tall trees which are over hundred year old.
Biblioteca Nacional

Biblioteca Nacional

4.5/565 Reviews
Library
Carioca Aqueduct

Carioca Aqueduct

4.2/545 Reviews
Historical Site
Open all day (Local time)
Built in the 18th century, the Carioca Aqueduct is a relic of Rio de Janeiro's colonial era. Once carrying water through the area, it now serves as a bridge for the Bondinho de Santa Teresa tram that connects the center of the city to Santa Teresa. The impressive structure of arches stands tall, offering rides with great views for all passengers.
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