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23rd September 2021 by TravelDaveA look around Rock in Rio, Brazil 2019
Wanted to share with you a video from my trip to Rock in Rio which was held in 2019 in Rio, Brazil. Went to go and see Iron Maiden and wanted to share a glimpse of what it was like. I've also put together a video about what to do in Rio from the same trip: https://youtu.be/oAqDAWw17XI Awesome trip and would highly recommend it.......
21st September 2021 by TravelDaveWhat to do in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
This video is all about What to do in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Put together on my recent trip to Rio. Went to attend Rock in Rio which you can see here: https://youtu.be/S7tzBjuSv7Y Here is what I did: - Escadaria Selaron - Selaron Steps - Santa Teresa Tram - Copacabana Beach - Hike to Christ the Redeemer - Parque Lage - Breakfast Brunch at Plage Cafe - Museum of Tomorrow - sugarloaf Mountain Gondola - Confeitaria Colombo - Ipanema Beach - Cervantes Restaurante for Beef...
6th July 2021 by PommieTravelsFive must-see sights in Rio De Janeiro
The Brazilian city of Rio De Janeiro is known as “party city” all over the world, and yet far too few of us ever travel there to partake in the party. We know it as a city of art and culture – famed across the globe for its statue of Christ the Redeemer – and yet we observe it from a distance. If you’ve never been to Rio, it’s probably about time you did something about that. You can get to know it a little from photos and videos, but nothing compares to being there to see it with...
27th January 2021 by PommieTravelsHow to spend a weekend in Rio De Janeiro
Rio De Janeiro is a city of culture and vibrancy. It’s a city that can be quite intense at times but also full of unimaginable beauty. While it would be easy to spend at least a few weeks here, if you only have a few days, you must visit the city’s highlights. ...
28th April 2020 by ScribbleStuRio de Janeiro: is it safe?
Thoughts of Rio de Janeiro conjure up an exotic concoction of carnivals, parties, beaches, mountains, sunshine, enormous Jesuses, Olympics… …and crime.Renowned for its gang culture, gun crime and high death rates, the city of Rio is a microcosm of Brazil’s widespread corruption – largely stemming from many of the country’s politicians at the very top. But I’d urge anyone thinking of going not to forget all the great stuff too....
26th January 2021 by Emily LuxtonUntold Stories: Staying in a Favela in Rio
It was three in the morning. I was lying awake in my bunk in a tiny hostel room that still smelled of fresh paint. The hammering and shouting outside the door that had pulled me violently from sleep took a momentary lull. Then, another shout in Portuguese – I assume a warning – and the door flew off its hinges with a bang. In hindsight, staying in a favela in Rio de Janeiro was probably not the best idea I’ve ever had. But we were desperate, the rates were cheap, and I had it on...
5th March 2020 by PommieTravelsWhere are the best places to visit in Brazil?
Brazil is one of the most popular tourist destinations in 2020 with its award-winning football team, carnivals, and waterfalls. Being the largest country in South America, stretching from the tropical forests in the North to the Atlantic coast, bordering with almost all countries on the continent apart from Ecuador and Chile, Brazil can offer a lot of places to fascinate tourists....
Weather in Rio de Janeiro
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