Rio de Janeiro GuideRio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil, on the South Atlantic coast. Rio is famous for its breathtaking landscape, its laidback beach culture and its annual carnival. HotelsFind hotels in Rio de Janeiro, Niteroi and more, including Casa Cool Beans, Casa Beleza, Bossa in Rio Hostel, Um Meia Tres Hotel Rio de Janeiro, Bed and Breakfast Vitoria, Casa Mosquito and Altos de Santa Teresa. AttractionsDiscover attractions around Rio de Janeiro including National Library of Brazil, Candelária Church, Rio de Janeiro State University, Old Cathedral of Rio de Janeiro, Porto do Rio de Janeiro, Club de Regatas Vasco da Gama and Rodoviária Novo Rio.
Popular in Rio de JaneiroZona SulThe South Zone of Rio de Janeiro is where most tourists usually stay. Lots of hotels, from the fancy 5-stars like Copacabana … CentroRio'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. Zona NorteThe North Zone of Rio has fewer tourist attractions than other parts of town, but it's worth at least one trip to Maracanã Stadium.
In Rio de JaneiroZona OesteZona 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.