Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

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The natural beauty of Sugar Loaf Mountain in Rio de Janeiro is augmented with more than Christ The Redeemer Monument and endless beach bodies lining Copacabana and Ipanema. Despite embarrassing preliminary moments, the 2016 Summer Olympics brought much-needed transportation, housing and sports infrastructure to what Carioca residents call and you will find, The Marvelous City.

Soul Of Rio
Huge granite-mountains protruding from beaches to the sky declare this no ordinary tropical destination. Christ the Redeemer Monument on top of 2,000 foot Corcovado is every much a Rio de Janeiro icon as … More

Three Sisters in Rio
We arrived in Rio de Janeiro from the Lone Star State not sure what to expect, but ready to explore the heartbeat of this vibrant city. We started our first day with a traditional Brazilian lunch … More

Rio Attractions
You’ll want to stake out time on your itinerary for this only-in-Rio attractions that are suitable for singles, couples and groups, whether on a cruise layover or longer vacation … Coming

The Arts
Rio has a collection of excellent museums that every visitor staying over 6 days should visit. It begins with the incredible Museum of Tomorrow … Coming

History
Portuguese came to rule Rio from the day they landed on the shore of Guanabara Bay, 1 January 1502. The bay forms the opening of a river, hence Rio de Janeiro means “River of January” … Coming

For Brothers Visiting Rio
Many single and “temporary-single” brothers dream of visiting Rio to explore their fantasy of having beautiful exotic women who grope them. Given some degree of truth in that statement … More

Travel Tips
The major holidays in Rio de Janeiro are New Year’s Eve, Carnaval, Good Friday, Easter, Tiradentes, Labor Day, Corpus Christi, Independence Day, Holy Mary’s Day, All Soul’s Day … More

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