Rio De Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro never fails to impress us with its modern outlook that reflects its progression through the times of yore. The historic sites, sparkling beaches, green belts and jubilant attitude of the locals embrace the tourists to the world where heaven meets the earth. If Ronaldo played football at the Maracanã stadium, then Christ the Redeemer puts Rio on the world map.
Rio’s carnival with its effervescent samba dancers jiggling their hips attracts thousands of tourists around the world. The rain-forests, museums, beaches gardens and the glitz of the city have made Rio what it is today — Brazil’s top-notch tourist destination.
Rio lives up to its pet name as the Marvelous City with its white beaches, towering mountains and scenic docks. It is the second largest city in Brazil and the state capital of Rio de Janeiro. The bustling city is best known for its sandy beaches, concerts, carnivals, football matches, music and its well preserved lush tropical forests. This incredible city has thousands entertainment options for the tourists who visit Rio, its amazing landmarks and diverse culture makes it a must visit place. It has something to offer to people of all the ages so come and have a blast. Rio de Janeiro has always enjoyed the glamour of stardust sprinkled over its traditional cabaret shows and concerts.
A trip to Rio de Janeiro is incomplete without experiencing the shimmer and jiggle of brilliant samba dancers, where shows of a modern or classical edge can be equally enjoyed. However, along with the exciting music and dance carnival, maybe it’ll be a simple cinema night at one of the Rio’s numerous locations that will take your fancy. The city also has several football stadiums to enjoy the sport by the die-hard football enthusiasts.