Cosas que hacer en Río de Janeiro
Ante ti se encuentra la llave que te abrirá las puertas a la ciudad: una guía con los mejores lugares de la zona, creada por anfitriones locales de Airbnb
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The park was created by King João VI and has about eight thousand species of flowers and plants from Brazil and the world. The royal palms, that were planted at the time of the foundation are promi... más información
Beautiful park with old palm trees. Nice to relax and walk. It’s not free, but the $2 admission to the Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden is one of the city’s best values. Created in 1808 by Prince Re... más información
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Frequented by Locals; Very nice place to rest and admire Rio de Janeiro Nature views and landscapes. Around the Lagoa there is a bike lane 7 km, which provides a great space for physical activitie... más información
Over the quiet waters of Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon, cariocas and visitants practice sports, make picnic and relax. The scenery is perfect to the nautical sports, like Rowing and Canoeing. For those... más información
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Projected in 1840 by the the English landscaper John Tyndale, the wonderful garden with Romantic and European style share the attention with the native forest of Mata Atlântica. Also highlight impe... más información
Public parks of Rio, this is one of those who offer more advantages. Easy access, safely, well maintained and with attractions for the whole family, the site allows from bucolic picnics to adventur... más información
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Very touristic. Every Sunday on the Square General Osório in Ipanema. It starts around 10 AM.The most famous market, the Hippie Fair (aka Feira de Arte de Ipanema) has artwork, jewelry, handicraft... más información
Incontestable ride on the agenda for those who come to Rio de Janeiro, the fair have more than 600 expositors. Since the late 60s, when an artist group started to sell frames in General Osório squa... más información
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Great place for drinking cold beer by the sea and try several tapas. Can´t miss! But be aware that on the weekends youl''have to fight for your spot to order something. Thare will be no lines. Just... más información
Relaxed place with a wonderful view on the sidelines of Guanabara Bay and overlooking the Christ the Redeemer. It's the best evening of the city, especially if accompanied by cold bottled beer, tas... más información
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This is the oldest bakery in town. They are one of the best spots to eat breakfast in Copacabana and you will still have the view to Copacabana beach. Need to pay R$8 to get inside Copacabana Fort,... más información
Vista espetacular da praia de copacabana, se localiza dentro do Forte de Copacabana no posto 6 Spectacular views of Copacabana beach, is located within the Copacabana Fort in post 6. Great place ... más información
Coffee, Tea, Pasta, Salads, Pastries, Cakes... nham... It´s inside Copacabana´s Fortress, where we have Brazilian Army Museum. Great view from Copacabana Beach
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Lapa is a traditional neighborhood in Rio, with lot of life and energy. Nowadays it is a very touristic place, although you can find locals also. From a run down neighborhood to a hub for music a... más información
The area around the Lapa Archs is full of bars, discos, street barrack, the circo voador (that make concerts and other stuff, check their page). You can just hang around in the street drinking or g... más información
From a run down neighbourhood to a hub for music and nightlife, Lapa has several typical eateries and live music places. Excellent to hang around with friends on a warm night.
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Ancient and traditional movie theatre in art deco style from the neighborhood. // Tradicional cinema em estilo arte-déco do bairro.
It's our local movie theatre in Copacabana. They have three theatres, one of them with 3D.
Watch the best movies at the Copacabana's historical Movie theater.
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Inaugurated in 1909, the Municipal theatre is one of the main show houses of Brazil and Latin America. Currently, it got a big reform. Over less than a century of the history, the Municipal Theatr... más información
The Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro is located in Cinelandia Square (Marechal Floriano), in the city center of Rio de Janeiro (RJ), Brazil. Opened in 1909 as part of the architectural ensemble... más información
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- Ótimo lugar para petiscos, chopp e espírito jovem - Gute Atmosphäre mit Snacks , Bier und Junge Leute - Good atmosphere with snacks, beer and young people spirit
Around you´ll find at least a dozen places to have a drink and eat. Popular among locals. Try a classic: chopp with pastel de camarão com catupiry (shrimp and soft cheese) and also their huge empadas
A classic and very popular amongst the locals and the travellers brazilian restaurant and bar. Great food and beer. On the weekends people are standing and socializing even outside of this place.
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Riocentro - The city’s biggest conventions centre, Riocentro will also be in used at the Olympics. The venue will host Olympic and Paralympic weightlifting in Pavilion 2; Olympic and Paralympic tab... más información
Riocentro - Pavilion 2 will be the venue for Olympic Boxing. With a capacity of 9,000 seats and an overall area of 13,000m², Pavilion 2 will also accommodate all Boxing training facilities.
It occupies 571,000 m² and it is the largest exhibition center in Latin America. Venue of major national and international events in Brazil. It will also host competitions of the 2016 Olympic Games.
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Restaurant; Sandwiches; Very Traditional; Good prices; Late night food; The best sandwiches in Rio since 1959. Cervantes is great for fast bites that don't hurt your wallet. They even have fresh b... más información
Famoso restaurante com excelentes sanduíches de carne com abacaxi. Os cariocas costumam ir de madrugada, depois da noitada. Fica aberto a noite toda, até de manhã. / Famous restaurant where you can... más información
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One of the best japanese food in town. They don’t serve all you can eat, but have the best menu with many different dishes, not only traditional sushi and sashimi. It can be rated as an expensive o... más información
The entire street of Rua Dias Ferreira in Leblon is a fun destination weekends. Start at the bar at Sushi Leblon at Rua Dias Ferreira 256 and walk down the street for other great bars and restaurants.
Shopping Leblon is Rio´s most distinctive shopping destination with 200 of the finest retail stores. The top floor has a big selection of mostly fast-food restaurants + four-screen cinema.
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Famous restaurant where the song "Girl from Ipanema" was written. Great food and atmosphere: The Real Girl From Ipanema has a Bikini shop next door.
Delicious traditional and casual Brazilian restaurant with rich history. This is where the famous 'Girl from Ipanema' song was written. Only a few blocks away.
Famous Song Girl from Ipanema was written here. Yes you are staying on the same street! Nice place for a drink and you can even have dinner. The flaming Chuassco is good.
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A favorite with locals in Santa Teresa (30 min taxi) with food from the Minas Gerais region, north of Rio. Try Pastel de Faijoada and Ginger Caipirinhas! Note: Wait can be 30-60 minutes. My favorite!
Very well known bar in Santa Teresa, attended by bohemians and artists. Try the Feijoada (black beans with pork meat), the most famous Brazilian dish.
When you know Santa Teresa, be sure to go to the Bar do Mineiro eat a great feijoada or simply drink a cold beer with original bean dumplings.
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Estádio do Maracanã / Maracanã Stadium / Estadio Maracanã - Known the world over, the Maracanã Stadium will kick start the Rio 2016 Games by hosting the competition’s opening ceremony. The venue ha... más información
The "Temple of Football" is the most traditional football stadium in the world. It had already a public of more than 200.000 people (in the past). Current seating capacity is 78,000. ￼ Originally ... más información
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This is a "top 3 must do" in Rio. I know its a bit cliche, but once you see a massive sunset from Arpoador Stone you'll understand why they call Rio the "wonderfull city". People often clap when th... más información
Arpoador is the left end of Ipanema Beach, when facing the ocean. The rocks at Arpoardor offer the most beatutiful sunset. Climb, walk, explore, or just admire the sunset!
Pedra com subida curtinha e fácil, vista belíssima / It's a quick and easy walk to the top, fantastic view of Ipanema & Leblon beaches
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This is a great hangout for the younger crowd. This whole section of Rio is a great spot for nightlife. Don't get a table indoors, the fun part here is to drink standing on the street and walk from... más información
Very traditional barzinho. Voted best draught beer in town for many years. Great Portuguese appetizers. It's a small place, but you can get served on the sidewalk and do some people watching if ... más información
Comida excelente e Chopp saboroso no Baixo Leblon.-----Great food and tasty "Chopp" in Leblon.
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It's a three floor nightclub owned by a famous Brazilian samba choreographer (Carlinhos de Jesus), plays pop Brazilian music and has pool. Lapa 40 Graus puts on regular shows of well-known Brazilia... más información
Reputedly the largest snooker hall in the country. Lapa 40 Graus puts on regular shows of well-known Brazilian musicians. On weekends revelers and street hawkers form a human wall around this emine... más información
Reputedly the largest snooker hall in the country. Lapa 40 graus puts on regular shows of well-known Brazilian musicians.
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Good for Breakfast; Frequented by locals; average-high price; Go by Uber; Best bread, ham, eat there or take home. Very cool place to have breakfast or a coffee with local Leblon residents. Basic... más información
Basically everything from here is delicious: great place for breakfast, wonderful to get all sorts of goodies to eat at home, delectable desserts, crunchy breads. YUM!
This is actually a Deli. You can get good sandwiches, desserts, cheeses and bread for eating in or take away. Very busy for breakfast, so go early.
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The Tijuca Forest is a mountainous hand-planted rainforest in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is claimed to be the world's largest urban forest, covering some 32 km²,
World biggest urban forest. Take the bus over there and enjoy nature. Waterfalls, Walking, Hiking, Panorama View of hole city.
It"s the largest urban forest in the world. Cachoeira das Almas and Cascatinha Tauany are two examples of the beautiful waterfalls it has!
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Specialities: pataniscas (morue/codfish) e risoto de camarão (crevette/shrimp). Um dos melhores botecos do bairro. Un des meilleurs bistrots du quartier. One of the best bistros neighborhood
Typical Brazilian "boteco" (very popular and cheap bars). This one is famous for good "salgadinhos" (Brazilian fried snacks that can be made with shrimps/codfish/ chicken etc). Really $.
Winner of the famous "bar food" prizes in Rio de Janeiro, Pavão Azul is famous for their pastries and and amazing shrimp risotto.
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Maracanã has already been the scenery of the most important Brazilian football classic and earned historical moments of the international football. Monumental facts, like the thousandth goal of kin... más información
The iconic Maracanã, one of the most famous stadiums in the world, will stage the Rio 2016 Olympic Games opening and closing ceremonies, plus the decisive stages of Olympic football tournament
The iconic Maracanã Stadium will be the venue for Olympic and Paralympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies and Olympic Football. Originally constructed in 1950 for the FIFA World Cup.
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Botanical Garden (Inglês Botanical Garden) is a residential neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro , Brazil , located north of Ipanema and Leblon , just across Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas and east of Gávea . ... más información
The Botanical Garden is an important touristic side of the city and so much visited by researchers who study the hundreds species that are there. With total area of 137 hectares, being 54 of acreag... más información
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Almost every night "Carioca da Gema" offers typical high class Samba from Rio. One floor above they have a very nice Pizzaria with the same name.
Night Club. Live music (samba, chorinho, brazilian music). If Carioca da Gema is too crowed, go to Sacrilegio.
Samba "night club". Good music and caipirinhas. Get;s busy! Arrive early. (before 10pm). There is a great pizzaria (upstairs) right beside it too!
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Sit "on the ground" by candlelight ... If you drop this kind of environment , request a table on the second floor. But if you prefer movement ask a table on the first floor. Worth a try drinks with... más información
One of my favourite restaurants in Rio. Not cheap, but delicious & original dishes in a very nice setting. Try to sit upstairs: low tables with cushions to sit on, very cosy atmosphere!
This bistro in Ipanema specializes in spicy cuisine in South Asian food. It’s a great place for couples and diners who want to relax in its cozy yet romantic dining area.
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Hotel tradicional e mundialmente famoso. Vale a pena conhecer, nem que seja a fachada e tirar belas fotos! Restaurante Cipriani. Traditional and world famous hotel. It is worth knowing , even pictures
Bars/Coffe house and grocery 24 hours; Kid-friendly; Sightseeing; stores; Arts and Entertainment; Wifi. Inside the 'green' safety zone close to the best hotel in Rio, Copacabana Palace.
Tradicional and famous hotel of Copacabana. You can go there to take a breakfast, have lunch or dinner at Cipriani or relax in the swimming pool (paying to use it, of course).
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Upscale Brazilian chain for all-you-can-eat meat carved tableside plus an extensive salad bar. Southern Brazilian style of barbecue. Great buffet of deserts can be enjoyed too. If you reallu like m... más información
If you come to Brazil and like to eat meat you shouldn't leave without going to a good "churrascaria". Fogo de chão it's a quite expensive restaurant (around R$ 130,00 per person), but it has a big... más información
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Rustic Middle Eastern restaurant serves regional specialties like falafel, kibbeh & lamb.
Delicious mid eastern food. You may go walking if you feel like walking 15 blocks by the beach.
Best Middle-Eastern restaurant in Rio de Janeiro. There's live music or belly dance show every Friday night after 8pm.
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Cafeina not only offers great coffee and free wifi, they have an inhouse bakery and a large selection of foods to choose from on their menu with possibility to sit outside and people gaze or inside... más información
Great place where many people walk past. Great for People watching.
Ótimo para tomar um café e um lanche! Um brunch ! Good for coffe and snacks!