Today’s featured article explains: A ‘churrascaria’ is a restaurant that serves meat grilled straight from a barbecue, or ‘churrasco.’ Read on for the inside scoop on 5 of the best places for barbecue in Rio. Bonus: there’s info for non-meat eaters as well!
The authors of today’s featured article admit that their last trip to Rio ended with a pep talk and a determination not to cry from sadness at the thought of leaving the Marvelous City. With that kind of love for Rio, we have a great feeling about their list of 10 Things You Have to do in Rio:
Today’s featured post includes a list of Brazilian cities–including Rio, of course–that deliver sensory overload in the best way. From modern and sophisticated São Paulo to quiet and stunning Natal, you’ll want to checkout this list:
Love panoramic views? Peep this list of the 7 most exciting cable car rides around the world. Rio’s Sugarloaf cable car makes the list along with Grindelwald, Switzerland and Queenstown, New Zealand:
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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