Rio de Janeiro is a dream destination, blessed with fabled landscapes, idyllic beaches, and some of the most colourful festivals. The second-largest city of Brazil is home to an amazing array of tourist attractions, defining landmarks and adventure opportunities. While spending a vacation in Rio de Janeiro, tourists can behold the majestic sight of Christ the Redeemer – one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Additionally, they can go hiking through the rainforests of Tijuca, ride in a cable car to the Sugarloaf Mountain and enjoy sunbathing on the gorgeous Copacabana Beach. Ipanema Beach is considered as one of the finest, where visitors can go surfing, enjoy a game of football or spend leisurely hours just relaxing on the beach. Guanabara Bay is perfect for activities like kayaking and snorkelling. Those who love sports must visit the Maracana Stadium, which is one of the largest football stadiums in the world. A number of cultural landmarks can be visited during Rio de Janeiro holidays, such as the Biblioteca Nacional, National Museum of Fine Arts and Natural History Museum. Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden invites tourists to discover a wealth of flora.
Lagoa is a lagoon in Zona Sul or South Zone of Rio de Janeiro, which enjoys a picturesque natural setting and offers plenty of recreation opportunities. The locals, also known as Cariocas, are well-known for their hospitality, and the facilities in the city are no less astounding. Facing Copacabana Beach, the Copacabana Palace Hotel is one of the finest hotels in all of South America. It has played host to the rich and famous for almost eight decades. Parque Lage is a nature park, where a school of fine arts and a collection of interesting structures can be found. During Rio de Janeiro holidays, tourists can also go on a hiking trail in Corcovado that offers a rare opportunity of trekking through tropical rainforests. No description about this city can be complete without the mention of Carnival – a globally renowned festival of the region that includes samba parades on Sambadrome. The festival is famous for the song, dance and celebrations that attract a number of visitors every year. Known as ‘cidade maravilhosa’ or the ‘marvellous city,’ Rio de Janeiro offers more than what travellers come looking for.
If the idea of exploring South America’s largest country—and the world’s most biologically diverse—is intimidating, consider going with Limma travel and tour. The travel outfitter works with the best local guides everywhere, from the Amazon rain-forest to Rio de Janeiro. Speaking of Rio, UNESCO selected the “Marvelous City” as the first World Capital of Architecture for 2020. Expect Rio to be celebrating with special events all year. And that’s in addition to hosting the world’s largest party, Carnival, and in November, the Brazilian Grand Prix. To catch all of the city center action and still be within walking distance of Copacabana Beach, stay at the JW Marriott Hotel Rio de Janeiro. Its rooftop pool boasts spectacular views of Sugarloaf Mountain.
The third largest metropolitan area in South America and one of the most visited cities in the southern hemisphere, Rio de Janeiro, commonly referred to as just Rio, is located on a strip of Brazil’s Atlantic coast, close to the Tropic of Capricorn, a must destination on Brazil tours.
Many consider Carnival, an annual festival full of music, samba dancing and partying, to be the best reason to visit Rio on a Brazil vacation package. However, it is really just one of many. Rio is a beautiful city famous for breathtaking landscapes that include gorgeous mountains, white sand beaches and stunning rainforests. A laid back beach culture coexists with a busy metropolis making Rio an ever popular tourist destination on Brazil vacations.
If you are looking for some excitement on your next trip, then a Rio de Janeiro vacation is a great place to start. Book your trip today….and put some spice in your life!!