Rio de Janeiro Attractions

Rio de Janeiro is a vibrant and diverse city with a rich history and culture. Here’s a guide to some of the most inspiring things to do and see in this amazing destination. 1. Visit Sugarloaf Mountain: Take the cable car to the top of this iconic mountain for breathtaking views of the city and the surrounding landscape. 2. Find your rhythm at a samba school: Rio is known for its lively samba culture, and there are plenty of schools where you can learn the dance and experience the energy firsthand. 3. Relax on Copacabana Beach: This famous stretch of sand is a great spot for soaking up the sun, playing beach volleyball, or people-watching. 4. Explore the historic center: Rio’s downtown area is rich in history, with a variety of museums and landmarks that showcase the city’s past. 5. Take in the art scene: Rio is home to a thriving art scene, with many galleries and museums showcasing works by talented local artists. 6. Soak up the street food: Rio’s food scene is full of delicious street eats, from pastries and sandwiches to barbecue and seafood. 7. Visit the botanical gardens: This peaceful oasis in the heart of the city is home to a diverse collection of plants and animals, including monkeys and birds. 8. Hike through Tijuca Forest: This lush rainforest is home to hiking trails, waterfalls, and stunning views of the city. 9. Marvel at Christ the Redeemer: This iconic statue overlooking the city is a must-see, and a great spot to watch the sunset. 10. Immerse yourself in Carnival: Brazil’s biggest party happens each year in Rio, with parades, music, and dancing filling the streets for days. Whether you’re a spectator or a participant, it’s an unforgettable experience.

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Enjoy full-day tour in Rio de Janeiro visiting all the must-see attractions in one-single day: Christ The Redeemer Statue atop Corcovado Mountain, Sugarloaf Mountain, Selarón Steps, Maracanã Stadium, Sambadrome, and Metropolitan Cathedral. The tour includes lunch at Brazilian steakhouse (meal included / drinks not included). You will also get hotel pickup and drop-off and be accompanied by a professional tour guide.

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Make the most of your time in Rio in an 8-hour city tour to discover its most iconic attractions enjoying the company of a local guide and a small group of max 15 people.

Following pick-ups at some hotels in the south and downtown of Rio, tourists are taken for a lively day filled with popular attractions.

The itinerary contemplates Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, Maracanã Stadium, Selarón staircase, historical downtown, Sugar Loaf and Corcovado mountains along with the Christ the Redeemer and other sights. Discover the bohemian Santa Teresa neighborhood, home to a collection of local boutiques and galleries. 

Enjoy fast-track entry with the tickets and break for lunch at a nice all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant. (All Inclusive)

The tour follows a set itinerary attracting people from all ages, backgrounds and nationalities seeking to discover the beauties of the marvelous city in the company of an expert guide escorting and providing tour explanations

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Come with us to enjoy your day during this hassle free guided tour in Rio de Janeiro and have perfect presentation of the most famous attractions in the city.
While our tour guide and driver organize everything you can take your time to simply relax and have some fun.Take fabulous pictures of the Christ the Redeemer Statue before the crowds, take the cable car to the Sugar Loaf to have the best views of the city and see the landmarks at Downtown area like Maracanã (outside only), the Sambadrome area, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Sao Bento Monastery and to close the perfect day, spend some time at the Selarón Stairs.
And don't worry, you will also learn a lot about all the attractions visited as our guides are the best ones to explain everything about them.

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See the best tourist spots across Rio de Janeiro on a complete day tour. Our multilingual guide will take you to places such as Christ the Redeemer, the Sugar Loaf, Escadaria Selaron, Sambódromo, Catedral Metropolitana, Maracanã and many more!

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Take a city tour through Downtown Rio with a Stop at the Metropolitan Cathedral, travel to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain, Enjoy Lunch at a traditional Barbecue house, all you can eat style, stop at the Maracanã Stadium and visit the Christ the Redeemer statue with Skip the Line tickets to the cog train through the Tijuca Rainforest National Park, which is the best way to reach the statue. Enjoy all Rio has to offer in this full-day comprehensive tour of Rio's most famous landmarks and enjoy top quality food and VIP Skip the Line privileges. This 9-hour tour, which includes round-trip transportation from most Rio hotels, allows you to see all of Rio's sights in just one day.

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The most classic ride of all!

With outings every day, rain or shine, and last approximately 8 hours, you will be able to know the most iconic attractions of Rio de Janeiro: Cristo Redentor, Sugar Loaf, Selarón Staircase, Metropolitan Cathedral, Maracanã (panoramic), Sambódromo and much more between one point and another.

Included: transportation, guide, tickets of the Sugar Loaf and the Christ and lunch with barbecue.

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Visiting the Rocinha favela, one of Rio's hundreds of "favelas" (the Brazilian term for a slum or shantytown) and the largest in the country, is a local experience that gives you the chance to see Brazil from another point of view. With a resident guide, take a non-intrusive walking tour to learn about daily life in the favela and gain insight into the challenges these communities face.

Our Favela Tour only starts after collecting all of our clients from both meeting point at 13:30 (Belmond Copacabana Palace Hotel) as well as 13:45 (Praia Ipanema Hotel) Consequently, we expect to arrive at Rocinha Favela around 14h for your walking tour.

When your tour is finished our driver will be heading back to Copacabana neighborhood crossing the beaches of Leblon and Ipanema, therefore you must inform our tour guide where you are staying so we can make sure you are dropped off as close as possible to your hotel.

Duration of our tour including pickup and drop off is around 3 hours.

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Visit the best of Rio de Janeiro in a single day: Christ the Redeemer by Train, Sugarloaf Mountain, Selarón Steps, Maracanã Stadium, Sambadrome, and Metropolitan Cathedral, and lunch at Brazilian steakhouse. The tour includes lunch at Brazilian steakhouse (meal included / drinks not included). Includes roundtrip transportation.

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Rio de Janeiro is a city that has made significant progress in terms of accessibility for people with disabilities and seniors. The city has implemented a range of initiatives aimed at creating a more inclusive and accessible environment for all. These initiatives include changes to the physical infrastructure of the city, such as the addition of curb cuts, wheelchair ramps, and tactile paving, as well as improvements to transportation services and the provision of information in braille. Physical Infrastructure One of the major challenges for people with disabilities and seniors in Rio de Janeiro is the city’s physical infrastructure. However, the city has made significant improvements in recent years to make it more accessible. The city has implemented curb cuts, wheelchair ramps, and tactile paving at pedestrian crossings. These improvements have made it easier for people with mobility issues to move around the city. Transportation Transportation can also be a major barrier for people with disabilities and seniors. Rio de Janeiro has made some efforts to improve transportation accessibility. The city has a free public transportation system for people with disabilities. It also has a special transportation service for people with disabilities, known as Transporte Certo. This service operates 24 hours a day and provides transportation for people with disabilities to and from their place of work or study. Information Information is also a critical factor in creating an accessible environment. Rio de Janeiro has taken steps to make information more accessible for people with disabilities and seniors. The city provides information in braille on public transportation, including buses and metro stations. The city’s tourist information centers also have staff trained in dealing with people with disabilities. Attractions While some of the tourist attractions in Rio de Janeiro can be difficult for people with disabilities, there are still many accessible options available. The beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema have wheelchair access, and many of the city’s museums and cultural attractions are accessible. Christ the Redeemer, one of the most iconic attractions in Rio de Janeiro, is also accessible, with wheelchair ramps and elevators. Overall, Rio de Janeiro has made significant strides in terms of accessibility for people with disabilities and seniors. While there is still more work to be done, the city has made important improvements to physical infrastructure, transportation, information, and attractions. People with disabilities and seniors can now enjoy more of what this vibrant city has to offer.
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