Rio de Janeiro is the pumping heart of Brazil. From dusk till dawn this thriving city has a multitude of fantastic sights, sounds and experiences to be had be they hidden jems like the rickety tram up to Santa Theresa or standing proud like Christ the Redeemer that heralds visitors in to this unique city.
From the Rio de Janeiro Travel Guide
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the good: friendly staff. big bright clean rooms. big tv. free internet on 3 computers with fast speed. pool. monkeys. great view. cool old building. big secure lockers. many different areas to relax and either be alone or socialize. the bad: breakfast is too small(need a table full of food to help ourselves). ... more
It was a really bad idea to stayed at this place. Its like a family house than the owner just try to made hostel. Pros. There is a metro station in just a few meters away from the hostel, which make that go to the beach and anothers places easy to going. Cons. There is no 24 hours reception. ... more
Volunteering in Rio de Janeiro
Hello, I'm planning to travel to Brazil in April 2010 and am looking into volunteering with children and young people in Rio de Janeiro. Does anyone know of reliable placement organisations that don't charge a fortune? So far I found Iko Poran and 2Brothers Foundation but don't know enough about them ...
Rio de Janeiro!!
hi elin, i have been 2 time for carnaval in rio. At the 2nd time i was in Sambodromo, at saturday ...
Salvador to Rio De Janeiro
Hi all, Does anyone have any reccomendations of good places to stop off in between Salvador and Rio. Spending Carnival in Salvador next year then will travel by bus down to Rio. But am ...
Rio De Janeiro is know world wide for it's amazing beaches. They're beautiful, and they water is warm. Besides from the beaches though, there one attraction that no matter where you are in the city you can see it. It's one of the Seven Wonders of the World and it is known as Christ the Redeemer ...
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But Is It Safe?
on their own, and Rio de Janeiro seems a perfect place to write about this. The answer to the question is: 'Yes, but you have to keep your eyes open.' Brazil, and Rio and São Paulo especially, have a bit of a name for violence (remember Cidade de Deus / City of God?) But violence exists everywhere, and people ...
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