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Rio De Janeiro is located on the Atlantic Ocean, in the south-eastern part of the tropical zone of South America. Rio’s setting between the mountains and the sea is spectacular and is overlooked by the world-famous Corcovado Hill with the iconic statue of Christ the Redeemer at its peak. Mother nature is at its best in Rio from the urban rainforest that creeps up its rolling hills, the huge lagoon and the sweeping urban beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema.
Explore Rio with a cable car ride to Sugar Loaf Mountain, visit Christ the Redeemer - one of the seven wonders of the world, get lost in the urban rainforest of Tijuca National Park or wander through palm trees in The Botanical Garden. Art and history lovers can visit the Museum of Modern Art and the National Museum of Brazil. The hilltop neighbourhood of Santa Teresa is a picturesque sight of winding streets and old mansions filled with Bohemian characters of the Rio art scene. Visit where locals believe is the true home of football - Maracana football stadium. Tthis amazing stadium has hosted some of the world's greatest footballers and played host to the World Cup in 2014. The stadium also staged the opening and closing of the 2016 Summer Olympics. Blend in with the locals and enjoy some morning beach volleyball on Ipanema beach or soak up the sun and fun at the lively Copacabana beach. Golden beaches, lush mountains and samba fuelled nightlife makes Rio an exciting holiday destination.
Rio is a great choice for sports fans and beach lovers as well tourists who want to explore history and iconic landmarks. Couples, families and groups are catered for with a wide range of accommodation from all-inclusive luxury hotels to budget friendly self-catering options.
🧡 Visit Christ the Redeemer atop Corcovado
🧡 Ride the cable car to Sugar Loaf Mountain
🧡 Marvel at nature in Tijuca National Par
🧡 Soak up the sun at Copacabana and Ipanema Beaches.
Rio de Janeiro/Galeao – Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport.
The currency used in Brazil is the Brazilian Real R$.
Rio De Janeiro is in Brasilia Standard Time (GMT-3) so is 4 hours behind Irish time.
Rio De Janeiro has a tropical savanna climate. The city experiences hot, humid summers and warm sunny winters so this makes for a prefect all year-round holiday destination. Average temperatures in the summer are 28°C and 22°C during the winter.