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Religion aside (I am not a religious person), standing at the base of Cristo Redentor is an indescribable feeling... it is a magnificent tribute in a spectacular setting, that just feels magical. A must see when in Rio.
An extremely busy place. Went with a tour so didn’t have to just queue for tickets. Small train takes 20 mins to get you to the top through the rain forrest. At the top it is mobbed and quite narrow beside the train area. A...More
What a beautiful view!!! I was amazed by the quick service, no long ques. Although one of the escalators were out of order, it was quick to go up.
Beautiful souvenir shop, best to keep local currency available. A local trader sells 3x bottle water...More
You have to go early to avoid the crowds of tourists and remember if you are a senior citizen to take your passport and ask for the discounted price as rides are expensive. Was pleasantly surprised by the breakfast we had on the terrace under...More
Besides being one of the most famous touristic sites in the world, it is actually fun to visit and enjoy the train ride with tourists almost from every country in the world, rolling over an taking all sorts of funny positions to get the best...More
Great achievement of mankind. We were lucky to stop by on a clear day. The view of the city, the understanding of the donation, the tram ride. The walkway and the steps.... everything came together perfectly for this monumental installation. You have to feel the...More
So we read all the reviews here and got our Uber to drop us off at the train station. We then found out the train was full so we’d need to wait over an hour. We then went with one of the many van companies...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.