Five Ways to Celebrate ‘Réveillon’ (New Year’s Eve) in Rio

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!

FIVE GREAT PLACES TO CELEBRATE NEW YEARS EVE IN RIO DE JANEIRO

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Rio Esporte Arte Brings Three New Murals to Rio

Rio Esporte Arte (Rio Sport Art) brought five murals to Rio de Janeiro during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.  Well the organization is back to make the Cidade Maravilhosa even more vibrant with three more murals that will soon cover the facades of the hospitals of the National Cancer Institute (INCA).  Read on for details of Rio Esporte Arte’s upcoming project (which is expected to utilize 500 spray cans and more than 200 litres of paint):

RIO ESPORTE ARTE BRINGS THREE NEW MURALS TO THE CIDADE MARAVILHOSA

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Visit Ilha Grande (Big Island) From Rio

Just a two-hour drive and a short boat trip from Rio de Janeiro lies Ilha Grande (Big Island), a beautiful island off of Brazil’s Green Coast.  Visitors can expect to enjoy a handful of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil, boat tours, and hiking opportunities (for the more adventurous, ‘Pico do Papagaio’ or The Parrot Peak offers a stunning view of the region’s 365 islands):

VISITING RIO DE JANEIRO’S ISLAND ESCAPE ON ILHA GRANDE

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Brazil’s Largest Airline Offers Direct Flights to the U.S.

GOL, Brazil’s largest airline began offering direct flights to Miami, Florida and Orlando, Florida earlier this month.  Flights boast ‘premium economy’ seating and partnerships with another U.S. airline means that passengers can easily connect to eight other U.S. cities as well:

GOL, BRAZIL’S LARGEST AIRLINE, LAUNCHES DIRECT FLIGHTS TO THE U.S.

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