This impressive list of free activities to enjoy during Rio’s holiday (and summer) season defies the saying: ‘You get what you pay for’. Read on:
From fireworks to live concerts, today’s featured post gives you five different ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve, or ‘Réveillon’, in Rio. Party for twelve hours surrounded by pieces of modern art. Or settle in for an evening of disco and fireworks in a resort atmosphere. No matter your budget or celebration style, there’s a great option for you to bring in the New Year!
If you’re expecting snow while celebrating Christmas in Rio (which falls at the height of Brazilian summer), you will be disappointed. However Rio offers so much more to get you into the holiday spirit. Read on for different ways to celebrate Christmas this year in the Cidade Maravilhosa:
On Saturday, Rio’s famous Floating Christmas tree was lit for the first time after a two-year absence from the city’s holiday festivities. Graced with more than two million lights, the tree will be lit each evening through January 6th:
Brazillian steakhouse, Fogo de Chão, serves endless skewers of meat to more than 1000 customers each night. Join How to Make It, Chef Katie Pickens, who is on location to learn how it’s all done. And grab a napkin because your mouth will water: