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Experience the excitement of Carnival, visit world-renowned historic attractions, soak up the sun on the famous beaches and indulge in tasty cuisine. From famous attractions to favorite places, discover everything Rio de Janeiro has to offer.
Part of the city was designated Cultural Heritage of Humanity, with the name "Rio de Janeiro: Carioca Landscape between Mountain and Sea", classified by UNESCO on July 1, 2012.
It is one of the main economic, cultural and financial centers of the country , Being internationally renowned for its cultural and landscape icons, such as the Sugar Loaf Mountain, Corcovado Hill with Cristo Redentor statue, the beaches of Copacabana, Ipanema and Barra da Tijuca (among others), Maracanã Stadium, The João Havelange Olympic Stadium, the bohemian district of Lapa and its arches, the Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro, the forests of Tijuca and Pedra Branca, Quinta da Boa Vista, the National Library, the island of Paquetá, the New Year's Eve Copacabana, the Carioca carnival, the Bossa Nova and the samba.
Rio de Janeiro (often referred to simply as Rio) is a city and a municipality in Brazil, capital of the homonymous state, situated in the southeast of the country. The city is the second largest city in Brazil (after São Paulo), and is the second most important city in Brazil. It is the second largest city in Brazil. Paulo), the sixth largest in America and the thirty-fifth most populous in the world.
Cristo Redentor - The Cristo Redentor statue stands 38 meters high, on top of Corcovado. The Christ is the image of the faith and the sympathy of the people of Rio and Brazil. Elevators and escalators take visitors to the base of the statue. Climbing by a small train takes about 20 minutes and goes along the Corcovado Railway. Pão de Açúcar cable car - As the first cable car to be installed in Brazil and third in the world, it is one of the most important icons of tourism in Rio and has become one of the trademarks of the city. Since its inauguration, the cable car has carried more than 31 million tourists. During the high season, the daily frequency reaches three thousand people.
Tijuca National Park - Located just 20 km from the center of Rio, offers many beautiful attractions such as the many trails of the Tijuca Forest, the Taunay Cascatinha and the Mayrink Chapel. Ipanema Beach - One of the most happening beaches in the city - and the world! With ten long courts, it includes soccer and volleyball courts, fitness equipment and more. Ipanema Beach also hosts many events such as the World Beach Volleyball Championships.
Copacabana Beach - Known as a beach party with many bars and snack bars. Copacabana Beach is very much appreciated for a late afternoon with cold beer by the locals. The great stretch of sand runs from Avenida Princesa Isabel to the Copacabana fortress.
Leblon Beach - This is a calm beach, with good infrastructure for sports and a cycle path. It is 1.3 km long and is separated from the beach of Ipanema by the Jardim de Alá - a canal that connects Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas to the sea.
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