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More than just a stretch of sand, Rio de Janeiro’s most famous beach is where locals and visitors from all over the world come to relax, strut, pose and play.
See the place that inspired a famous song about a bikini at this upscale beach.
This mountain rising out of the city center is most well known as the home of Rio’s iconic skyscraper-sized Jesus statue.
To truly appreciate Brazil’s obsession with “the beautiful game,” watch a match or take a guided tour of one of the world’s largest and most historic soccer stadiums.
Scale this mountain on foot or by cable car to see impressive views of Rio’s beaches, rain forests and its most famous statue.
Golden sandy beaches, excellent restaurants, walking paths and some of Rio de Janeiro’s most popular neighborhoods surround this bustling seaside avenue.
Have fun with interactive exhibits that reveal the way the world is transforming and how climate change and social disintegration can be avoided.
Visit this historic fort at the south end of Copacabana Beach to learn about Brazil’s military history through many fascinating displays and artifacts.
Considered the birthplace of Brazilian surfing, this small beach is also one of the most popular places to catch Rio de Janeiro’s spectacular sunsets.
Copacabana Beach and Ipanema Beach are top sights in Copacabana, and you should be sure to explore the stunning beaches. Hop aboard the metro at Siqueira Campos Station or Cardeal Arcoverde Station to see more sights in the area.
If you're spending time in Barra da Tijuca, you might enjoy attractions like Copacabana Beach and Recreio dos Bandeirantes Beach. You might also enjoy the neighbourhood's pristine beaches before hopping on the metro at Jardim Oceânico Station to see more of the city.
Ipanema is highly notable for its stunning beaches, and you might want to visit top sights like Copacabana Beach and Ipanema Beach. See more of Rio de Janeiro by jumping on the metro at Nossa Senhora da Paz Station or Ipanema-General Osorio Station.
You might enjoy the museums while in Rio de Janeiro Centro. Copacabana Beach is a notable sight, and you can get around town at Tiradentes Tram Stop or Colombo Tram Stop to see more of the city.
Consider exploring the beaches in Leblon. If sightseeing is on the list, Copacabana Beach is a top attraction. Hop on the metro at Antero de Quental Station or Jardim de Alah - Leblon Station to see more of the area.
You'll enjoy the beaches and restaurants in Recreio dos Bandeirantes. You might want to make time for a stop at Copacabana Beach or Recreio dos Bandeirantes Beach.