Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil, on the South Atlantic coast. Rio is famous for its breathtaking landscape, its laid-back beach culture and its annual carnival.
Rio de Janeiro Hotels
Search for hotels in Rio de Janeiro and Niteroi (12 km east).
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The South Zone of Rio de Janeiro is where most tourists usually stay. Lots of hotels, from the fancy 5-stars like Copacabana …
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Rio's Centro has most of the city's notable churches and museums, including the Modern Art Museum, as well as many of its most famous bars.
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The North Zone of Rio has fewer tourist attractions than other parts of town, but it's worth at least one trip to Maracanã Stadium.
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Zona Oeste The West Zone in Rio de Janeiro is the farthest zone from city center and is home to the richest and poorest neighborhoods in Rio.
Parque das Ruínas is a historic site in Rio de Janeiro.
Arcos da Lapa is a historic site in Rio de Janeiro.
Praia do Flamengo is a beach in Rio de Janeiro.
Cristo Redentor is a monument / landmark in Rio de Janeiro.
Escadaria de Selarón is a historic site in Rio de Janeiro.
Mirante Dona Marta is a scenic lookout in Rio de Janeiro.
Corcovado is a mountain in Rio de Janeiro.
Largo do Machado is a plaza in Rio de Janeiro.
Parque Lage is a park in Rio de Janeiro.
Morro da Urca is a mountain in Rio de Janeiro.
Praia Vermelha is a beach in Rio de Janeiro.
Praia do Leme is a beach in Rio de Janeiro.
Clube de Regatas do Flamengo is an athletics & sports in Rio de Janeiro.
Vista Chinesa is a scenic lookout in Rio de Janeiro.
Mureta da Urca is a scenic lookout in Rio de Janeiro.
Casa Daros is an art museum in Rio de Janeiro.
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