Rio de Janeiro – A city of thousand charms

Rio de Janeiro which is also known as “Cidade Maravilhosa” or “Marvelous city” is full of thousand charms. Flanked by gorgeous mountains, white sandy beaches, verdant rain forests, amazing city life, delicious food, nonstop nightlife and sizzling tunes of samba, makes Rio undoubtedly one of the most spectacular settings of any metropolis in the world which enchant visitors for centuries. It is among very few cities in the world where you get a new perspective at every turn whether its nature, its people, city life or festivals, the intoxicating tropical cocktail will surely leave to awe struck and punch-drunk on this paradise. Don’t wait, make a plan and book flight tickets for holidays in Rio de Janeiro a great city of Brazil which is full of fun, joy and a relaxed philosophy about life.

Rio is indeed an amazing city. It’s hot beaches, lush countryside and ancient culture is among its major attractions which allure visitors from far off places. Despite the problems of crime, traffic and poverty, the city is buzzing and lives up to the expectations of its travellers. Always exciting the city is now gearing up to host the 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games which will bring thousands of athletes and sports fans to Rio to enjoy one of the greatest sporting extravaganza. Some of the most irresistible attractions of city that you just can’t afford to miss include:-

Praia de Copacabana


It is a must whether you are visiting the city for the very first time or it is your hundredth visit. It is one of the most celebrated beaches of Brazil that stretches from the Morro do Leme hill in the northeast to Arpoador rocks in the southwest. It is a year- round tourist hub which is renowned for its incredible New Year’s Eve celebrations with a coast line is dotted with bars, food stalls and restaurants. Visitors here can enjoy various exciting beach site activities like swimming, snorkeling, play sand soccer or volleyball; enjoy picnics or simply strolling on this beautiful coastline to spend some leisure moments.

Sugar Loaf Mountain

Sugar Loaf Mountain

It is one of the iconic landmarks of city that offers breathtaking views of city from the top. It consists of two hills connected by cable cars. The mountains’ name is said to refer to its resemblance to the shape of concentrated refine loaf of sugar. Take a cable car to reach the first mountain Morra da Urca which has many restaurants, shops and an amphitheatre to enjoy live shows. To reach another Sugar Loaf Mountain take another cable car and enjoy the sweeping views of city and Atlantic Ocean.

Santa Teresa

Santa Teresa

If you are an art lover then you just can’t afford to miss a visit to Santa Teresa , a neighborhood in the city of Rio. Famous for its winding narrow streets, it is Mecca for artists and is a home to several art galleries, studios and restaurants. Take a tram to Santa Teresa; it is just a 20 minute ride from Rio and offer stunning vistas to its visitors. So book low fare flights to Rio de Janeiro from London now and enjoy a visit to the most spectacular cities in the world.

Museu Nacional de Belas Artes

Museu Nacional de Belas Artes

If you want to explore the rich cultural heritage of city then do visit this National Museum of Fine Arts . Established in 1937, the museum has the most comprehensive collection of Brazilian art in the country. The building echoes the French –inspired architecture and its collections comprises 20,000 pieces of fine arts from 17th to 20th century.

Museu Historico Nacional

Museu Historico Nacional

It is one of the most interesting and largest museums of city which is devoted to the human history of Brazil dating from pre- Columbian times though 19th century . The exhibits in museum include photographs, maps, arms, paintings along with other historical artifacts.


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