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We are taking you today to visit Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. From Copacabana to Sugar Loaf, from Ipanema to Corcovado, discover in our practical guide the mythical places that have forged the legend of rio de janeiro. Brazil Travel Itinerary Read moreVisit Rio de Janeiro... During Carnival!This tour of Rio de Janeiro is part of a dream travel and discovery itinerary in Brazil in 9 unforgettable stages. From the supercharged atmosphere of Rio de Janeiro to the tranquility of the northern sand deserts, through the communities at the heart of the Amazon, paradisiacal beaches of Ilha Grande,with the unique charm of Jericoacoara, this itinerary combines both the discovery of sumptuous landscapes and immersion in the local culture. Read more10 must-do things in Rio de JaneiroConsult our Itinerary in Brazil By the way, we are Franck and Richard. We are travel bloggers and have been exploring the world by sharing our inspiring stories, itineraries, city guides, practical advice and alternative tips with you since 2008 on OneDayOneTravel. Learn more Visit Rio de Janeiro in video Read more10 things to do in Rio de JaneiroHere is the 1st episode: Rio de Janeiro, the cidade maravilhosa Visit Rio de Janeiro and its tourist areas Rio de Janeiro has many neighborhoods and each has its own character. The southern area of ​​the city is the best known. It brings together the tourist areas of Rio : Copacobana, Ipanema and Leblon. And as on postcards, we find the long sandy beachesthe wide tree-lined avenues and the sculpted bodies. The city center, meanwhile, to be frequented preferably during the week, is very contrasting. You come across random streets with shops of all kinds, offices, huge residential towers and colonial buildings. Close to the Centre,...

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7 things to do in Rio de Janeiro in one day during your stay

7 things to do in Rio de Janeiro in one day during your stay

Take the famous Selarón staircase Recommended for: Families Story Photography Economic Single Band Read moreVisit Rio de Janeiro... During Carnival!Santa Teresa is a hillside neighborhood known for its 19th-century plantation mansions, winding cobblestone streets, and picturesque views of Rio de Janeiro. Many tourists reach it from the city center by taking the Santa Teresa Tram, a historic streetcar that has been running since 1877. Explore the neighborhood on foot to see iconic artistic landmarks such as the Selarón Staircase, an ornate staircase of hundreds of colorful mosaic tiles. Attend free and family-friendly events at Parque das Ruinas, a complex consisting of a cultural center and an art gallery located about half a mile southwest of the staircase. Location : Santa Teresa, Rio de Janeiro – State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Read more10 must-do things in Rio de Janeiro2 Get a close look at this iconic landmark on the Corcovado Recommended for: Read more10 things to do in Rio de JaneiroThe iconic Christ the Redeemer statue can be seen wherever you are in Rio de Janeiro. Located at the top of Corcovado, this 38-meter-tall sculpture is considered the largest Art Deco-style statue in the world. Definitely worth getting up early and hiking to the top before it gets too hot or the tourists arrive in droves. If you’re not a hiker, you can take the train to the top, or take a taxi to the parking lot and then take a shuttle. Location : National Park of Tijuca – Alto da Boa Vista, Rio de Janeiro – RJ, Brazil Savor Brazil’s national dish with rice and orange slices Recommended for: Feijoada is a traditional Brazilian dish consisting of black beans and pork (or beef), all simmering in a clay...

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