Among the Brazilian destinations, Rio de Janeiro is one of the most popular with travelers thanks to many of its world-renowned tourist attractions. What makes this city a must during a trip to Brazil. Indeed, staying in Rio, it would be a shame not to discover some of its emblematic sites which deserve to be discovered.
Christ the Redeemer
Among all the emblematic sites in Rio de Janeiro, he is generally registered on the list of steps to be followed during a circuit in Brazil. The famous statue of Christ the Redeemer is among other remarkable monuments that make the world famous of Rio with which Brazil is associated. Just like the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Enthroned at the top of Mount Corcovado, it dominates the city and it is visible for miles.
Sugar Loaf Mountain
Just like the statue of Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf Mountain is another emblematic site of Rio that you absolutely must discover. Moreover, to reach the summit of this granite peak by cable car is already an experience to try imperatively. Throughout the journey in the cabin, breathtaking views of the city are well worth it, without forgetting the exceptional panoramic view offered once arrived on the rock. On the other hand, for climbing enthusiasts, it is quite possible to climb it.
The Copacabana district in the city of Rio de Janeiro is renowned for its magnificent and long half-moon beach, one of the most famous beaches in the world.. Its popularity is such that it is one of the main Brazilian tourist attractions.. It is possible to indulge in swimming, surf, volleyball games, beach soccer, tanning sessions on the sand, or just laze around, etc.. Along Copacabana Beach you will also find cocktail bars, small restaurants, souvenir shops that also make it charming.
Tijuca National Park
Easily accessible, the national park of Tijuca is one of the attractions of this city which makes it possible to discover some wild flora and fauna species, all in the middle of an urban environment. This protected nature reserve shelters among other caves, as well as waterfalls to discover. In addition, there are hiking trails to explore the lush forest of this Brazilian national park. In addition, Mount Corcovado on which Christ the Redeemer stands is one of its main sites of interest.
One of the most famous football stadiums in the world is also located in Rio de Janeiro. Not only for its size, but also for the legendary matches that he hosted. It’s the famous Maracanã stadium where several football World Cup final match matches were played.. Otherwise, it has already hosted other sporting events of international importance such as the Summer Olympics 2016. For football enthusiasts, this is the must-see attraction of Rio that you must see, if only to visit its small museum relating in particular the history of Brazilian football.