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Brazil's Rio de Janeiro, often shortened to simply Rio, is an exciting and captivating city. It is the country's second largest city and is well known for its pulsating and colourful annual carnival, passionate and world class football, glorious beaches, and the magnificent Christ the Redeemer statue.
Galeao Antonio Carlos International Airport serves both international and domestic destinations. Santos Dumont Airport serves mainly domestic destinations. Central Station is an iconic city landmark, operating mainly commuter trains. Long distance buses connect Rio to various Brazilian destinations. Ferries also operate to nearby areas.
Within Rio there are buses, a subway, and taxis. Car hire is also an option. Both tourists and locals use the conga.
A definite highlight is to spend a few days relaxing on some of Rio de Janeiro's amazing beaches. They are amongst the best in the world! Some of the most well known include Copacabana, Ipanema, Bara, and Lebion. The city has one designated nudist beach, Abrico. Vendors traverse the shores, selling a variety of goods from sunglasses to drinks, and snacks to beach wear.
Ride the funicular up to Christ the Redeemer for outstanding city views, and take the aerial tram up Sugar Loaf Mountain for even more sweeping vistas.
Maracana is the biggest football stadium in South America. It is enormous! Inside you can visit the Soccer Museum. It is a particular hit with football fans from all across the globe.
The Neoclassical Candelaria Church is one of the city's finest religious buildings. The Metropolitana Cathedral is a modern conical shaped place of worship. Other places of interest include various museums and galleries, the botanical gardens, Paco Imperial, Gloria Church, Saint Benedict's Monastery, Lapa Aqueduct, and the City Hall. Palacio do Catete and Itamaraty used to be presidential palaces, and Palacio Guanabara was used by the Imperial Princess.
The city has some pleasant parks. To see a different side to the city take a favela tour.
Almost every type of food imaginable can be found in Rio, and the night life is a whirlwind of fun and excitement. Sip a Caipirina for a true taste of Brazil.
Browse our Rio De Janeiro Holidays or the Rio De Janeiro Airport guides for further details and hot travel tips. Country travel information is available at our Brazil Holidays guide.