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See the landmark sights of Rio de Janeiro on a 9-hour sightseeing tour, and take in city icons such as the Christ the Re...
Enjoy a 4-hour guided sightseeing tour of Rio de Janeiro, including views of Sugar Loaf Mountain and Guanabara Bay,...
Enjoy an 8-hour tour in Rio de Janeiro visiting Corcovado's Christ The Redeemer Statue, Sugar Loaf, Maracanã and Sa...
Enjoy a private, flexible full-day tour of Rio de Janeiro, taking in 2 of its iconic landmarks at the Christ The Redeeme...
See the highlights of Rio de Janeiro on a 4-hour sightseeing tour of the Christ the Redeemer Statue on Corcovado Mountai...
Enjoy this exciting 9 hours tour by visiting the most important sighseeings of Rio in only one da...
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Enjoy an 8-hour tour in Rio de Janeiro visiting Corcovado's Christ The Redeemer Statue, Sugar L...
Site of the famous Rio Carnival parades, the Sambadrome Marquês de Sapucaí is a 700 metre long street flanked by grandstands and VIP boxes.
Site of the famous Rio Carnival parades, the Sambadrome Marquês de Sapucaí is a 700 metre long street flanked by grandstands and VIP boxes. From the start of the year until Carnival week, technical rehearsals (Ensaios Técnicos) free to the public are held on Saturday and Sunday evenings, with 2-3 teams performing per session. At the end of the track there is the Samba Museum under the arches of Apotheosis Square, tracing the history of Carnival in Rio and the evolution of Samba traditions.
Rio de Janeiro - RJ, Brazil
The Praca de Republica in the heart of Rio de Janeiro is near the place where Brazil was proclaimed as a Republic in 1889
The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian is dedicated to the patron saint of Rio de Janeiro, St Sebastian
The small Tram Museum has photos of and artifacts from the glory days when trams were all over Rio, including some models of old tramcars and lots of electrical equipment
The Modernist mansion of industrialist and art collector Raymundo Ottoni de Castro Maya showcases his trove of modern art, with works by Portinari, Di Cavalcanti and Lygia Clark
The headquarters of the federal oil company is an interesting piece of Brutalist architecture by Roberto Luís Gandolfi, soaring 108 metres into the sky
The Carioca Aqueduct, also known as Arcos da Lapa, is a colonial relic, built in 1750 to transport water from the Carioca River to downtown Rio
The Selaron Staircase is a flight of 215 steps covered by colorful mosaic tiles and art work by Chilean artist Jorge Selarón
The City Hall in Rio de Janeiro is the seat of the City Council
The Museum of Image and Sound in Rio de Janeiro is dedicated to Brazilian film, radio, and broadcasting industries
Officially known as Praça Floriano Peixoto in honour of the second president of Brazil, Cinelândia is a major public square in the heart of Rio de Janeiro that developed around the 18th century Ajuda Convent