If you would like to stay at one of the best hotels in Rio de Janeiro, have a look a look at the Orla Copacabana Hotel. It is stylish, the service is attentive, the rooms are understated and the Orla Copacabana overlooks the beach that makes this hotel in Copacabana a top pick. For something more affordable, Augusto’s Paysandu Hotel is just perfect. The hotel is located on a very quiet street, and even though the prices are affordable, it is a decent option in Flamengo.
This unearthly peak rises over Rio and Sugarloaf is an icon among the locals. Here you will be able to get a bird’s eye-view of the city of Rio de Janeiro – all the way from Corcovado Mountain to Copacabana beach. At the end of the day, enjoy the equatorial Rio sunset.
Also known as Christ the Redeemer, the statue was placed atop the 2,300 foot peak in 1931. The statue of Christ, atop the Corcovado Mountain, with arms stretched out and embracing the city, has been a very famous and important symbol of Rio, it is in fact a great tourist attraction.
This is a 340-acre garden and it is one of Rio’s most beautiful natural attractions. Here you will find over 5000 different species of subtropical and tropical trees and plants, including around 900 different varieties of palm trees. This is perfect for an afternoon stroll, especially in the