Lagoa is a scenic neighbourhood with a lake, and home to Rio's rich and famous citizens.

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Private Kids Photo Tour Including Lagoa Aventura

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 4 hours

$99

This is a private tour full of activities for the little ones, visiting the two favorite kid sp...

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Angra Dos Reis Day Trip from Rio de Janeiro

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    12 hour

$87

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... boat ride that takes you through the beautiful Islands of Cataguases, Lagoa Azul and Ponta da Piedade in Angra do Reis.

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Half-Day Ilha Grande Schooner Tour

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   5 hours

$29

...y schooner on this 5-hour tour. Stop at Lagoa Azul (Blue Lagoon), Freguesia de Santana and Japariz to take in the scener...

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Half-Day Schooner Cruise by the Blue Lagoon from Rio with Caipirinha

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   5 hours

$35

...se in Ilha Grande, where you will visit Lagoa Azul (Blue Lagoon), Praia de Fora and Saco do Céu, with a stop at Praia do...

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Lagoa, Rio de Janeiro

Lagoa is a scenic neighbourhood with a lake, and home to Rio's rich and famous citizens..

Lagoa is a scenic neighbourhood with a lake, and home to Rio's rich and famous citizens.


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About Lagoa

 Lagoa, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Lagoa and Nearby Sights on Map

Rio Botanical Garden

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

Corcovado

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

Ipanema

Ipanema is one of the most visited beaches in Rio, though the poor water quality makes it unfit for swimming and aquatic activities

Cristo Redentor

The towering statue of Christ the Redeemer standing with outstretched arms atop Corcovado overlooking the city is an iconic symbol of Rio de Janeiro

Itamaraty Palace

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

Leblon

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

Copacabana

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

Arpoador

Arpoador Beach, a 500 metre stretch between Copacabana and the Ipanema beach, is one of the best surfing beaches in Rio’s Zona Sul

Indian Museum

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

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