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Spend an afternoon exploring Rio de Janeiro's beaches and mountains on this 3-hour guided tour....
Experience Rio's famous nightlife with a 5-hour, skip-the-line pub crawl in Ipanema. Rio has am...
Enjoy a leisurely bike ride in Rio de Janeiro, from the world-famous beaches of Ipanema and Leb...
On this Ipanema stand-up paddle tour you’ll take to the water for unique views of the beach and the ...
Staying more days in Rio? Have you already decided what to do next Sunday? Here is an excellent...
...also includes a visit to Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, Historic Downtown and a stop at Selarón’s Steps. It is also the...
...oaf, the Lake area and Ipanema Beach. The tour gives a great impression of the beautiful and popular South Zone of Rio.
...ois Irmãos) Mountain including views of Ipanema, Leblon, and São Conrado beaches, and Gávea Rock and a guided tour of Fa...
... popular beaches such as Copacabana and Ipanema before visiting the colonial area of Lapa, the historic city-center and ...
...biodiverse species Explore the world famous Ipanema and Copacabana beaches And of course, your own expert, local guide
...isit some of the city’s most iconic sites, such as the beaches at Ipanema and Copacabana, and Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon.
...the famous shorelines of Copacabana and Ipanema. And visit the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue for another postcard-pe...
...on the Baia de Guanabara, and along Niterói, Copacabana and Ipanema beaches. Enjoy access to the Rio Yacht Club as well.
...along the iconic beaches of Copacabana, Ipanema and the Lagoon. Explore the bustling streetlife and enjoy the great view...
...ain, Morro da Urca, Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon Beaches on this 4-hour tour. Tickets and transportation are included.
...y the panoramic view of the beaches of Ipanema and Leblon, with the Dois Irmãos (Two Brothers) hills in the background.
...andmark on the right side of the trendy Ipanema and Leblon beaches, but also because of its social aspect. The trail sta...
Ipanema is one of the most visited beaches in Rio, though the poor water quality makes it unfit for swimming and aquatic activities.
Ipanema is one of the most visited beaches in Rio, though the poor water quality makes it unfit for swimming and aquatic activities. The busy beach has the Dois Irmãos (Two Brothers) to the west, which form a beautiful silhouette in the gorgeous sunsets. Young people flock here in hordes for a spot in the sun, to people-watch the beautiful beach bums, and to join in the action – there are multitudes playing soccer and volleyball.
Rua Prudente de Morais, 729 - Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
+55 21 2523-5959
Formerly a presidential palace (1889-1893) and foreign office, the Itamaraty Palace now hosts a museum of South American diplomacy, a library and the UN information offices in Brazil
Arpoador Beach, a 500 metre stretch between Copacabana and the Ipanema beach, is one of the best surfing beaches in Rio’s Zona Sul
Named after a French businessman who owned the neighborhood in the 19th century, the Leblon Beach is the haunt of the wealthy, lined with upscale bars and restaurants
Lagoa is a scenic neighbourhood with a lake, and home to Rio's rich and famous citizens
Copacabana is the most famous beach in Rio de Janeiro, stretching for 4 kms on the Atlantic coast from Princesa Isabel Avenue to Posto Seis
Sprawling over 140 hectares at the foot of the Corcovado Mountain, the lush Jardim Botânico contains a huge collection of 6500 species of plants from all over the world, not only tropical ones
The towering statue of Christ the Redeemer standing with outstretched arms atop Corcovado overlooking the city is an iconic symbol of Rio de Janeiro
The 710 metre high Corcovado mountain rises in the Tijuca Forest in west Rio de Janeiro, known for its statue of Christ the Redeemer that overlooks the city
Museu do Índio explores the history and society of Native Brazilians, with 14,000 artifacts, 50,000 photographs and 200 audio-visual recordings
Museu Villa-Lobos is dedicated to the great Brazilian composer and founder of the Brazilian Academy of Music, Heitor Villa-Lobos, who wrote about 1000 pieces