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What to Do in Rio de Janeiro

  • Corcovado and Christ the Redeemer

    Almost 40 metres tall, this Art Deco statue is one of the symbols of Rio. A must-see, also because of the breath-taking views from the hill.

  • Copacabana Beach

    The icon of Rio de Janeiro. Often busy, but there is enough space for everyone to witness the lively atmosphere of this world-famous beach.

  • Sugarloaf Mountain

    Its specific shape has given it the curious name and the status of one of Rio's landmarks. Hike up to the top and enjoy the stunning views.

  • Ipanema Beach

    Listed as the sexiest beach in the world. Atmospheric, lively and a must-visit, no matter whether you're hitting the sea or just on a stroll.

  • Selarón Staircase

    A magical sight. These colourful, decorated stairs are the work of one artist, changing constantly and one of the symbols of Rio.

  • Lapa

    A neighbourhood famous for its nightlife and historical sights. The restaurants and bars here are an important cultural hub.

  • Rio de Janeiro Cathedral

    A modern, impressive cathedral that will definitely grab your attention. Make sure to see it from the inside, too.

  • Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden

    A truly amazing sight. This vast garden is home to more than 6,000 species of fauna and flora and also many bird species. Do not miss.

  • Lapa Arches

    This no longer working 18th century aquaduct is still an impressive sight and a picturesque showcase of colonial architecture.

  • Arpoador Point

    It's like this rocky platform was made for watching sunsets and snapping perfect pictures of the sea and the beach. Well worth the visit.

  • Confeitaria Colombo

    While in Rio, you must try the feijoada. This restaurant is one of the best in making it – and the service is grand, too.

  • Copacabana Fort

    The modern fort is open to public and well worth the visit – both for the museum and for the fabulous views of the nearby beach.

  • Leblon Beach

    A wonderful beach that is not as crowded as the more popular ones. The surf here is great and so are the facilities.

  • Maracana Stadium

    The stadium has been a host of many of the FIFA cups, but is also a venue for other sporting events, concerts and more.

  • Rodrigo de Freitas Lake

    One of the best places where to relax in Rio. The shores of the lake are lined with paths, volleyball courts and more.

  • Atlantica Avenue

    Best experienced at night, when the street bars open, the bossa nova bands assemble and the open-air markets start offering their wares.

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