If you’re planing a trip to Rio, you should know that the south-eastern part of the tropical zone of South America is widely known as one of the world’s most interesting and fabulous urban centers. The glamour and rhythm of a colorful samba show that goes along with Rio’s architecture, inhabitants, and lifestyle make it highly unique when compared with other Brazilian cities. Rio is home to 23 beaches, the most famous one is Copacabana, it often referred to as the world’s most famous beach, runs for 2.5 miles (4-km) in front the densely populated residential area of Rio De Janeiro.
The sun doesn’t always shine on the city, so when it does, waste no time and follow the tourist trail because most of the attractions are “must-see”. Head to Urca to make the cable car ascent to the peak of Sugar Loaf, or to Cosme Velho to visit the Christ the Redeemer statue atop Corcovado mountain. There are literally hundreds of places which can be worth vising, we will list the “must-see” attractions
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