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See the highlights of Rio de Janeiro on a 4-hour sightseeing tour of the Christ the Redeemer Statue ...
Discover the legendary Maracana on this guided tour and get behind the scenes of the most important ...
Access backstage areas of one of Rio de Janeiro's most famous monuments on a tour of the Maracanã St...
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the Maracanã Stadium on a guided tour of Rio de Janeiro's famous ven...
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Maracanã Stadium during this guided tourYou have chance to expl...
Discover the legendary Maracanã on this guided tour and go behind the scenes of one of the most impo...
Get a view of Maracana Stadium, and discover the world’s largest urban forest of preserved Atlantic...
The beginning of our tour is in the morning at 8 am in the lobby of your hotel. We drove straight t...
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...
See the sights of Rio on a full-day city tour and visit top attractions including Corcovado and Sugarloaf mountains, the...
Enjoy a full-day, guided city tour of Rio de Janeiro in which you'll visit all the main attractions including Corco...
Enjoy a 4-hour guided sightseeing tour of Rio de Janeiro, including views of Sugar Loaf Mountain and Guanabara Bay,...
3 hours 30 minutes
...cer or futebol, make your pilgrimage to Maracanã Stadium, hallowed ground for the game. On this 3.5-hour guided tour, de...
Enjoy an 8-hour tour in Rio de Janeiro visiting Corcovado's Christ The Redeemer Statue, Sugar Loaf, Maracanã and Sa...
...ic sites in the city such as Maracanã Stadium, the Sambadrome, and historical downtown Rio, on this 4-hour private tour.
Enjoy a private, flexible full-day tour of Rio de Janeiro, taking in 2 of its iconic landmarks at the Christ The Redeeme...
...m Cinelandia Square and Copacabana Beach to Maracanã Stadium and the statue of Christ the Redeemer on top of Corcovado.
Once the world's highest capacity football venue, it was able to hold nearly 200,000 people.
Once the world's highest capacity football venue, it was able to hold nearly 200,000 people. In modern times, the capacity has been reduced because of safety considerations, and the introduction of seating for all fans. Currently undergoing renovation, it will eventually hold 80,000. The matches of Rio's football clubs like Flamengo or Fluminense are usually far from full, so go along and watch a game.
Avenida Presidente Castelo Branco, s/n - Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 20271-130, Brazil
+55 800 062 7222
If you won't be making it to the Amazon or the Pantanal, the Rio de Janeiro Zoo is a good place to see some of Brazil's more exotic creatures as well as species from around the world
The National Museum in Paço de São Cristóvão (Palace of Saint Christopher) is Brazil's natural history museum, exhibiting dinosaur fossils, mounted animals and insects, minerals, and meteorites, as well as archaeological artifacts and aboriginal utensils
The Museu do Primeiro Reinado or Museum of the First Reign is dedicated to the reign of Emperor Pedro I (1822-1831)
Also has an observatory
The mosaic sidewalks along Boulevard 28 de Setembro between Praça Maracanã and Praça Barão de Drummond are musical staves
Site of the famous Rio Carnival parades, the Sambadrome Marquês de Sapucaí is a 700 metre long street flanked by grandstands and VIP boxes
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 55-hectare Grajau State Park within Tijuca Forest preserves some of the original Atlantic forest and is home to a wide range of species including marmosets, bush dogs, guinea pigs, parakeets, vultures, and hawks
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