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It was nice to the the statue. You can see it in pictures, video, or whatever, but experiencing it personally is 100 times better.
Just in case, they do not accept AMEX or USD so bring their currency money or Visa and Mastercard.
Crowded on the day that we visited. For us, the visit was for the views, which are quite remarkable. It is BRL 30 entrance, with no discounts. You can either travel by taxi or private car to the entrance, or take a bus roundtrip from...More
It is a beautiful place full of international plants. there is a scenic spot that overlooks the city and the most beautiful beaches. Traveling is convenient and can bring a car. it is also 1 of the 7 wonders of the new world. there is...More
Booked a tour of Christ the Redeemer and a few other attractions and were picked up on time from our accommodation, transported through the Tijuca National Park where you alight to get tickets and take the park transport up to the statue. It's a winding...More
We bought tickets at the trem station and knew we would have a wait which turned out to be 1.1/2 hours. The tickets cost 65 reals. The staff spoke English and explained that there were two queues one was for a waiting line where if...More
Great place for a full view of the city. Climb up the train line, which must be one of the oldest that still work, although you can board a taxi too, where taxi drivers give you various information on the way. Typical Brazilian vegetation, which...More
Was there during the busiest of busy times ... Carnaval ... so obviously the crowds were enormous. "Hurry up and wait" was the theme the day.
Am I glad I went? Yes (second time there)
Do I want to go again in the near future?...More
The accesibility and organization at the site was very well and better than I expected. The train ride to get up was also cool but there was nothing particularly exciting about it. At the top was very narrow and crowded. We took the mandatory “I...More
Santa Teresa is a bohemian enclave hosting many local artists’ studios. The narrow, winding streets of this neighbourhood were revitalised years ago, and visitors can now stroll through this area to view magnificent mansions dating back to the late 19th and early 20th century. A highlight not miss: Museu Chacará do Céu, a former mansion turned museum which houses works by prominent Brazilian modern artists.
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It’s best to have a guide the whole time, we were picked up at the airport, then the next day picked up by the same person and taken for a whole day tour. We used Blumar Turismo,ask for Dirk Boese, he was excellent and knew... More
It’s best to have a guide the whole time, we were picked up at the airport, then the next day picked up by the same person and taken for a whole day tour. We used Blumar Turismo,ask for Dirk Boese, he was excellent and knew all the tips and got us to all the important sights. We haven’t gone out at night,just around the corner for a meal. We had 3 nights here, actually you could do it in 2. Guide will drop us back at the airport to fly out.diffcult to get around without a guide.