According to adults polled across 28 countries, Rio is one of the top ten travel destinations around the world. In fact, Rio is featured on celebrity Insta-Granma, Baddie Winkie’s Badass Bucket List Tour of the World. Baddie Winkie has plans to dance the samba in Rio. Check it out!
It’s no surprise that Rio made this list of the most colorful (and beautiful) streets and towns in the world. Take a look!
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Check out this list of countries around the world that have the highest black populations outside of Africa. The U.S. as well as the UK made the list. Read on to find out which country tops the list:
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Beginning in 2015, Michelin has distributed a guide to Brazil–including a rating of restaurants in São Paolo and RIO. Only one restaurant (Alex Atala’s D.O.M.) earned Michelin’s two-star rating. None earned a three-star rating. Click for the full version of the 2017 Michelin Guide to Brazil:
RIO’s food scene has experienced a major face lift with scores of restaurant grand openings in the last year. Read on for the inside scoop on the best places to eat. Dining on a budget? Craving Japanese fare? Searching for the coolest neighborhood to eat? Read on!
…we just couldn’t help ourselves! And if you didn’t catch that joke–what rock have you been living under? Anywhoo…
Summer will arrive before we know it. And today’s featured article shares the best corners of the planet to hide from the stateside heat. Our beloved RIO made the list–OF COURSE–with RIO’s winter season beginning in June and lasting through September. Temperatures in the mid-70s make RIO the best place to visit. Read on!
On your next visit to Brazil, be sure to get a taste of these 10 must-have Brazilian dishes. Your taste buds will thank you for this eclectic selection of barbeque, chocolate, seafood, sweets and hearty stews. Check out this mouthwatering list!