Today’s featured article promises to deliver the pulse of Rio de Janeiro in the form of the 20 best things to do in the Marvelous City. You’ll recognize a few popular spots. But you’ll also be pleasantly surprised with a few unfamiliar gems Rio has to offer:
If one of your New Year’s resolutions isn’t to watch the sun setting in Rio in 2019, it should be. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Read on for five great locations to experience the Rio sunset:
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:
Rio’s Porte Maravilha will host the Women of the World Festival this weekend through Sunday, offering 150 free activities that are open to the public. Attendees can expect to celebrate ‘the diversity of the feminine experience’ alongside national and international guests from areas such as business, the arts, and activism:
Fans of alternative rock and post-hardcore music will be excited to hear that American band ‘At The Drive-In’ will play at Rio’s Circo Voador on Saturday, November 17th. The band is famous for being one of the most influential post-hardcore music groups in contemporary history:
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We don’t know about Santa Claus, but Árvore de Natal da Lagoa is coming to town! After a two-year absence (due to a lack of funding) the famous Lagoa Christmas Tree will return to Rio on December 1st. The tree has a new sponsor (Petrobras) and will be celebrated with music and a fireworks show: