Christ the Redeemer is an Art Deco statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, created by French sculptor Paul Landowski and built by…
Escadaria Selarón, also known as the 'Selaron Steps', is a set of world-famous steps in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Its specific shape has given the peak the interesting name and the status of one of Rio's top landmarks.
The icon of Rio de Janeiro and one of the best-known beaches in the world.
The Museum of Tomorrow is a science museum in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Listed as the sexiest beach in the world, it is very atmospheric, lively and a must-visit, no matter whether you're hitting the sea or just…
The Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden or Jardim Botânico is located at the Jardim Botânico district in the South Zone of Rio de Janeiro.
While in Rio, you must try the feijoada (a Portuguese dish with beans and pork).
The Carioca Aqueduct is an aqueduct in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A modern, impressive cathedral that will definitely grab your attention. Make sure to see it from the inside, too.
The Chinese-style gazebo offers breathtaking views of the city and the bay.
The Tijuca Forest is a tropical rainforest in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Pedra da Gávea is a monolithic mountain in Tijuca Forest, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A beautiful beach which is deserted during the weekdays, so if you're longing for peace and quiet and would prefer a less crowded place…
This small strip of sand is popular with surfers and those who want to escape the busy Rio beaches to enjoy some peace and quiet.
The Barra Olympic Park, originally the City of Sports Complex, is a cluster of nine sporting venues in Barra da Tijuca, in the west zone of…
The Colonial mansion has been turned into a museum which holds jewellery and historical artefacts. The surroundings are nice, too.
Praia do Abricó is a nude beach located in Grumari, a sub district of Barra da Tijuca neighborhood, in the western part of the city of Rio…
The lovely estate used to be a home of the architect Roberto Burle Marx. Features both beautiful architecture and lush gardens.
Explore Brazilian folk art through more than 5,000 pieces displayed here and relax afterwards in the museum's garden.
Want to see the first Brazilian locomotive? Head here.