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We hired a cab to drive us straight to the monument. Bought our tickets R$44 per person, lined up for the short bus ride to the top. Took escalator and then walked thru the last 3 flight of stairs using escalator. It was well worth...More
Buy your tickets online first, take an Uber there and avoid midday when it is hottest and most people are there. Be prepared for huge crowds, and high priced trinkets. The clouds blow through quickly which gives it a sense of unreality. The Christ itself...More
I went as soon as they opened at 8:00 am. There were no lines thankfully. The ticket cost 30 Reales (Brazilian coin) per person which is around $8. Take in mind we went on Monday. The Christ itself is breathtaking and the view is phenomenal...More
One those must see places in the World. A very nice narrow gauge train takes you up and down the mountain. Unfortunately very busy with tourists. But the views are worth it as is getting up to the statue. A definitive must see.
It was very crowded. Waiting time for Corcovado train was 2 and half hours. We choose shuttle instead train, however with addional waiting time for second schuttle, we needed almost 3 hours to get to Christ. I think that train is better solution.
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.
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.