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With a full day to spend in Rio de Janeiro, you can visit major locations during a comprehensive sightseeing tour. Let a guide take you to the Christ the Redeemer statue, Urca, Escadaria Selaron (Selaron Steps), the Sambódromo where Rio’s Carnival takes place, Maracanã stadium, the Metropolitan Cathedral and more. With minivan capacity capped at 20, you’ll find it easy to follow your guide. Buffet lunch included.
It is located in the Tijuca National Park, 710 meters above sea level, from where you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the city. Altogether there are 220 steps leading up to the foot of the famous statue, named one of the Seven Wonders of the World in voting organized in 2007 by the institution Swiss New 7 Wonders Foundation. With open arms over the Guanabara, Christ the Redeemer welcomes visitors and bless the locals.
Barbecue with fine meats providing versatility, taste and a great service. In addition to the barbecue you will still have the right to free-buffet with a wide variety of food.
Mario Filho Stadium is one of the places most sought after by tourists in Rio de Janeiro. Our guide will explain the history of the Maracanã and you will have time to make some great pictures of memories.
The Sambadrome the Marques de Sapucai, also known as the Sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro and officially termed as Catwalk Professor Darcy Ribeiro, is a Sambadrome located at Marques de Sapucai Avenue in the downtown area of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Come and enjoy this wonder with us!
The Selarón staircase is an architectural masterpiece located between the neighborhoods of Santa Teresa and Lapa, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, decorated by the Chilean artist based in longstanding Brazil, Jorge Selarón. After securing their selfies in the colorful scenery of Rio, be sure to look more closely at the pieces that make up this mosaic.
The historic center of Rio de Janeiro is the ideal to know the history and cultural richness of the beautiful city.
Famous for its crescent-shaped beach, Copacabana is one of Rio's liveliest neighborhoods. It attracts locals and tourists for uninterrupted activities on its sands and boardwalk. Among the skyscrapers overlooking the beach are the Art Deco-style Copacabana Palace hotel and the lush Copacabana Fort, which houses a military museum. Farther into the neighborhood, laid-back cafes and casual bars fill the quiet streets.
Rodrigo de Freitas is a lagoon located in the southern zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Although it receives the waters of several tributary rivers that descend from the surrounding slopes, among which stands out the Rio dos Macacos, it presents brackish waters.
The trendy Ipanema neighborhood is famous for the eponymous beach that attracts a diverse crowd for sunbathing and friendships. The rocky Pedra do Arpoador peninsula is a popular surf spot that also offers trails and sunset views. Towards the center, the region's tree-lined streets feature exquisite boutiques, upscale restaurants and laid-back bossa nova bars.
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