Brazil is one of the most beautiful places in the world due natural beauties and we are very proud to show you what to do around the 12 cities.
If you do not live on the coast, you immediately visualize parties and beaches when you think about tourism in Rio de Janeiro, right? At least that is the first thing that comes to my mind; thank God for my traveler’s curiosity and the Travelers Meetings.
An urban intervention, aiming to honor Brazil, has become the obsession of Chilean-born artist Jorge and is now one of the most original tourist points in Rio de Janeiro.
Dona Marta Lookout (Mirante Dona Marta) is where I got the best view of Rio de Janeiro, and where you can see all the touristic places.
This is the vibe in Rio on carnival. Clá and I went there last year and it could not be any different. We had the time of our lives for five days; with the help of a big friend who lives in Ipanema everything is easier.
When I was in Rio de Janeiro I visited Parque das Ruínas, located in one of the most beautiful place of Santa Teresa neighborhood. Over there is one of the best views in Rio mainly from downtown and Pão de Açúcar. It’s a very interesting place worth visiting.
Looking for a place in late afternoon at the rock of Arpoador Beach to enjoy another spectacular sunset.