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Celebrate Brazilian culture in the city where the samba was born and enjoy the stunning natural wonders right at its doorstep.  

Located on the southeast coast of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro is a city blessed with a spectacular geography that merges white-sand beaches with rain forest-covered mountains. Outdoor enthusiasts will revel in the opportunities to connect with nature, but there are also plenty of attractions for culture buffs. As a former capital of Brazil, Rio is rich with history and modern culture, ensuring an enjoyable trip regardless of whether you prefer state parks or samba.

Catch the sunrise on either the upscale Ipanema Beach on the southeastern coast or the nearby playful Copacabana Beach. Before sunset, make your way to Sugarloaf Mountain (Pao de Acucar). Take a cable-car ride to the top for a remarkable view including beaches, forests and other landmarks.  

Make time for a trip to Corcovado, home of the statue Christ the Redeemer, known locally as Cristo Redentor. Beat the crowds by arriving early as this free “New Seven Wonders of the World” attraction is on every traveler’s itinerary. You’ll understand why when you see the impressive views surrounding this statue, which was erected in 1931.

Corcovado is in the Tijuca National Park, the perfect place to connect with nature. Conservationists replanted much of the park in the late 1800s after substantial deforestation. This destination is now a lush home to more than 100 native animal species, making it the largest urban forest in the world. Amenities along the trails include restaurants and restrooms.

Soccer fans won’t want to miss a match at the famous Maracanã Stadium. If you can’t catch a game, stop at the sports museum inside the stadium to see memorabilia, photographs and uniforms of Brazil’s greatest football players.

Enjoy Rio’s vibrant nightlife as you listen to local music and watch samba dancers. While bar hopping, be cautious when traveling on foot. Leave valuables in your hotel room and either avoid crowds or travel within a small group including locals. The city is easy to navigate by bus during the day, but it’s best to avoid using this form of transport at night.

For more details on interesting local attractions and activities, check out our things to do in Rio do Janiero page.

Accommodation in Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is known as a popular leisure travel destination, with as many as 168 Rio de Janeiro accommodation listings to choose from on Expedia.

Travelers who appreciate luxury and style are sure to enjoy the Belmond Copacabana Palace, at Avenida Atlantica 1702, and the Rio Football-style Apartments, at Rua do Senado, 291. If the previously mentioned two don't meet your budget and style, the TuAkAzA Exclusive Lodge Boutique Hotel or the Hotel Fasano Rio de Janeiro might just tick all your boxes.

While you are in Rio de Janeiro, you'll definitely want to check out Sugar Loaf Mountain and you might prefer to stay nearby. the Belmond Copacabana Palace is around 3.223198089942071 away. Equally popular is the Rio Football-style Apartments, which is 5.959397412351145 away.

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