One of the most iconic things to do in Rio de Janeiro is to visit Christ the Redeemer.
Copacabana Beach is one of the most famous beaches in the world and a trip to Rio wouldn’t be complete without spending a day at Copacabana.
Sugarloaf Mountain rises 396 m over the Rio Harbour and really contributes to the aesthetic of the city’s spectacular skyline.
Tall and tan and young and lovely the Girl from Ipanema goes walking…” Oh, how I love that song.
If you want to learn more about Rio culture, take a favela tour to visit local communities.
Chilean Artist Escadaria Selarón started laying tiles on the dilapidated steps that ran in front of his house.
If there is one city you should take a scenic flight on earth, it is Rio de Janeiro.
The alleyways are charming mazes filled with cafés and stores. There are markets, cathedrals, museums, and monasteries.
One of the best places to visit downtown is The Museum of Tomorrow which is located on the waterfront in Rio.
There are several historic churches and monasteries that you can visit on a city tour of Rio.
Church of Our Lady of Lapa is a small church built by sea merchants in 1743.
A stark contrast is the modern Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian (Catedral Metropolitana de São Sebastião).
Standing at 275 meters high, it definitely gives you the best view of the city and the bonus is there aren’t any crowds.
When visiting Rio de Janeiro, you can’t leave without learning of its Samba culture. Every year Rio hosts the biggest party on earth.
Santa Teresa is an artist community located at the top of Santa Teresa Hill. It is yet another place that offers fantastic views of Rio.