The city popular for Brazil's iconic Carnival is, as you would expect, full of life, colour, and happiness. Rio de Janeiro is like no other city in the world. It's mesmerising Sugarloaf mountains, gorgeous seafront, and brilliant sunsets will take your breath away each night.
Rio’s Copacabana and Ipanema beaches are a must see for anyone travelling to Brazil. These iconic beaches are a popular travel destination for tourists, locals, and backpackers alike. There’s truly nothing more relaxing than enjoying the sun at one of Rio’s many beaches with a coconut in hand.
The dramatic views offered by the Christ the Redeemer statue is something that everyone should experience in their lifetime. Every moment in this landmark will leave you speechless. From the first gondola ride to the top of the mountain, to walking up the flight of stairs to the monument, and finally reaching Christ the Redeemer is a sight that you will not soon forget. Don't leave the monument without visiting the church at the foot of the statue.
Free Tours Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is easily accessible by foot. Join a free walking tour to make sure you hit the hottest spots in the city and avoid any dangerous areas.
Take the Free walking tour of downtown and Lapa to see everything that Rio has to offer. This tour is held from Monday to Saturday at 10:30 AM by some of the most talented tour guides in Rio. Learn about what makes this city tick, from the culture to the history and everything in between. Check out some of the most important sights in Rio during this 3-hour tour. Some of the landmarks visited include the Selaron Steps, Lapa Arches, Carioca Square, and the Imperial Palace.
If you’d rather spend your day at the beach, check out their free Copacabana and Ipanema Walking Tour and visit gorgeous beaches in the city while learning about Brazilian history and culture. Or, if you're looking for a little more culture, check out their African Heritage Free Walking tour and learn all about Brazil’s African roots!
Perfect for the first time visitor to Rio, this walking tour will take you on an adventure through Rio’s top attractions while teaching you about the significance of each of them. The group offers two tours: Rio Docks and Baywatch and the Downtown and Lapa Historic Tour. The former meets Tuesday and Fridays at 2:00 PM and takes you on a behind the scenes tour of Rio’s history. Visit Pedra do Sal (Salt Stone), learn about the History of the Samba, and visit the Art Museum and the new Museum of Tomorrow. The second tour runs Monday to Friday at 9:30 AM and takes you around the historic centre of the city. Check out the Escadaria Selaron, Catedral Metropolitana, and Confeitaria Colombo.
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