• Pedra da Gávea

    Pedra da Gávea, situated in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is a rocky mountain about 1000 meters high, on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. Situated in the southern region of Rio de Janeiro, the hike up the mountain takes about two and a half hours of difficult walking in...

    0 by Rosanna, in What to do Rio de Janeiro, 3 years ago
  • Corcovado (Monte Cristo)

    Which places can you not afford to miss? The most tourist places in Rio de Janeiro Christ of Corcovado: I have a fair bit to tell you about Christ of Corcovado or Christ the Redeemer. Firstly, I'll do a theoretical introduction to give some context as to what it is and...

    0 by Ross, in What to see Rio de Janeiro, 4 years ago
  • The Ilha Grande - Tourism in Rio V

    In English, the name Ilha Grande translates as the Great Island. One of the most popular areas for tourists in Rio de Janeiro, the Ilha Grande is frequented by those who find time to journey out of the city during their stay and enjoy this island and its bay. There...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Rio de Janeiro, 4 years ago
  • Favelas in Rio de Janeiro

    The Favelas in Rio de Janeiro How many truths and lies circulate about the favelas (shanty towns) in Brazil? Those dangerous places where everyone goes around armed with weapons, where a tourist shouldn´t even dare to raise their head. Not everywhere is like the film...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Rio de Janeiro, 5 years ago
  • A tourist in Lapa

    Lapa is an area in Rio de Janeiro which is situated right in the centre of the city. However, if you ask the locals, they will refer to it as its own neighbourhood, and call it 'the most Bohemian district in Rio de Janeiro'. Nowadays, it is known for its many tourist...

    0 by Amy, in What to see Rio de Janeiro, 5 years ago
  • Sugarloaf Mountain

    Rio de Janeiro is one of the most incredible cities I have ever been to. There are hardly any other places in the world where jungle, metropolis and beach are found in one and the same place. Situated in this incredible bay, with the Atlantic Ocean on the one side and...

    0 by Charlotte, in What to see Rio de Janeiro, 5 years ago
  • Copacabana

    The Praia Copacabana, counts to one of the most famous beaches of the whole world. It is situated in the neighboorhood of the same name "Copacabana" in Rio de Janeiro and is about 4 km long. For the inhabitants of Rio, the Copacabana is not just a beach like any other....

    0 by Charlotte, in What to see Rio de Janeiro, 5 years ago
  • Bed & Breakfast

    Olinto's apartament is a simply and excellent place to stay in Rio de Janeiro. The location is great and near from everything, since from pharmacies to restaurants. We received a great treatment and enjoyed a lot the wonderful city. This is a good place to sleep in Rio...

    0 by Mateus, in Where to sleep Rio de Janeiro, 7 years ago
  • Praia Vermelha

    About 500 meters from the iconic Bondinho do Pão de Açúcar, Praia Vermelha is a small, calm water beach, surprisingly clean for an urban area. Source Situated between the Hils of Urca and Bablilônia, it is surrounded by luxuriant Atlantic Forest vegetation, right...

    0 by Ioana, in What to see Rio de Janeiro, 7 years ago

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