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Best Places in Brazil

When it comes to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, what comes to mind are lofty mountain tops, golden sandy beaches, and picturesque surroundings and harbors. You will have everything here to see and enjoy. Rio is the place to take a break from city life to rejuvenate and refresh you.

  • The carnival is the most attractive event in Rio. The dancers wear fashion designer costumes, and drums fill the atmosphere when the drummers show their talents. This is the place you will find all the people gathered for this event to celebrate.
  • The Carioca Aqueduct, Lapa Arches: The main attraction here is the Carioca Aqueduct, It was built to water the Rio Jenario in the 18th century with two stories of arches. After a century, the Carioca Aqueduct was shut down. However, the top of the tram arches connects the Santa Teresa neighborhood. The arch is a popular gathering place for the locals after the sunset. Here you'll find food vendors, sellers of goods, and a very animated nightlife filled with music and dances.
  • The Theatro municipal-or municipal theatre, of Rio is another attraction for visitors to Rio. This neoclassical building boats gilded mirrors, marble columns, and green onyx staircases, mirror the structure of the Paris Opera by Charles Garnier.
  • Pariah Beach in Rio is a half-moon-shaped beach, bordered by forests. This beach is famous for its surfing, clear waters, clean sands, and excellent waves. Kiosks and open-air restaurants here are filled with animated visitors and tourists every day.
  • The longest beach in Rio is Barra da Tijuca Beach. Here the crowd is less, but the sands and vast ocean are still very beautiful. This is the hot destination for surfers, kite surfers, and body surfers. Another beach here is Barra da Tijuca Beach, which is very attractive too, but less crowded. The Barra shopping mall here is famous, with 700 stores and restaurants. Most of the city's young and very affluent come here.
  • At the foot of the Corcovado is another attractive destination. Surrounded by forests, gardens, and an aquarium, you have everything to tranquilize your busy mind here. The palazzo belongs to a famous Italian opera singer, Gabriella Besanzoni, who is another attraction here. If you are fond of art, visit the Escola de Artes Visuais. You can see art exhibitions.
  • For visitors fond of lagoons, there is a large lagoon known as the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas. A place to visit. It has a four-mile path that leads to a large lagoon known as the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas. Here you can find very exciting places with joggers and hikers, restaurants, coffee houses, etc.
  • If you don’t visit Maracan Stadium in Brazil, the land of football, which hosts the highest number of seats, you miss a great tourist location for sure. Although the seating stadium's capacity was previously 250,000, it has now been reduced to 80,000 due to security concerns.
  • Tijuca National Park is both an urban forest area and a mountain region. It’s very attractive with vegetation. From the top of it, you can see Guanabara Bay, which is a mesmerizing scene. Here you can see murals painted by the famed Brazilian neo-realism painter, Cândido Portinari. and a 100-foot cascatinha waterfall. What else do you need to see here in a short visit?
  • If you are a fan of samba and choro bars, music, and dancing, then the Lapa neighbourhood is the right place to visit. Once, it was a red-light area, now filled with bars and nightclubs. Here you can enjoy a caipirinha, the national cocktail made with sugarcane hard liquor and lime.
  • Visit the Santa Teresa district, which was once a haven for artists, musicians, and writers. It is still an artist-vibe-filled colony, though modern structures are filling the land.
  • Come to Jardim Botanico, where more than 80,000 species of plants are housed. Towering palm trees are the most important thing here. Here you will see around 600 species of orchids, monuments, fountains, water lilies, and the new Museu do Meio Ambiente.
  • Fairs and festivals in Rio

    • Umbanda
    • Brazil’s Independence Day
    • The Une Bonfire Festival
    • Rio Carnival
    • Day of St. Sebastian Celebrations

    Musical instruments in Rio

    • Berimbau
    • Atabaque
    • Cavaquinho
    • Pandeiro
    • Alfaia

    Music in Rio

    • Forró
    • Repente
    • Roda de Coco
    • Axé
    • Sertanejo
    • Samba
    • Bossa Nova
    • Mr. MPB
    • Msica nativista
    • Pagode
    • Tropicália, C
    • Horo
    • Maracatu
    • Embolada (coco de repente)
    • Frevo, brega
    • Brazilian funk
    • Modinha

    Art Galleries in Rio

    • Anita Schwartz
    • Artur Fidalgo
    • Riocentro
    • Republica Museum
    • The Terra Science Museum (Museu de Ciência da Terra)

    How to travel to Rio?

    • By Air
    • By Road
    • By Rail

    If you want to travel to Rio, then you need to do intensive planning to cover all the places, spend less money and enjoy the trip and accommodation, even food. The OWN HOLIDAY CLUB always provides the best packages for visitors to Rio and plans detailed itineraries for them without burning their pockets. The most affordable packages and luxury packages are all you can get from this agency.

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