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Rio: Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf, & Selaron Day Tour

1. Rio: Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf, & Selaron Day Tour

Discover the landmarks of Rio on a full-day guided tour, including pickup and drop off at hotels in Rio. Start with a visit to Corcovado Mountain. Ride by van to the top or board the train, both through the Tijuca Forest. Then, marvel at the main monument of Brazil, the statue of Christ the Redeemer, as you take in panoramic views of Rio. Next, head towards the mythical Maracanã football stadium and observe its imposing façade. Continue to the legendary Sambódromo where the annual Carnival parade takes place. Visit the modern Metropolitan Cathedral of Rio de Janeiro, influenced by Mayan pyramids. Check out the brightly colored tiles of the world-famous Selarón Steps at Lapa, before enjoying a typical Brazilian steakhouse lunch. After lunch, visit Sugar Loaf. Take the cable car to the top in two stages and see one of the most iconic natural landmarks in Rio.

Rio: Lapa Nightlife Walking Tour, Caipirinha Class & Drinks

2. Rio: Lapa Nightlife Walking Tour, Caipirinha Class & Drinks

Discover famous nightlife in the Lapa neighborhood in a safe way on a guided walking tour. Enjoy alcoholic games, cachaça roulette, a treasure hunt, a caipirinha class, and shots. Receive a R$15.00 voucher to start the night and first visit the Arches of Lapa and Escadaria Selaron. Learn a bit about the history of the neighborhood and its curiosities. Enjoy a free caipirinha, then visit the famous Casa da Cachaça where you will learn how to make your own. Find out about the best parties and bars, with lots of music of all styles, DJs, and live Samba. End the night in a super fun club dancing to different styles and enjoying some free shots.

Rio de Janeiro: Speedboat Beach Tour with Beer

3. Rio de Janeiro: Speedboat Beach Tour with Beer

Explore the top sights of Rio de Janeiro with a different take. Ride by speedboat and learn the story of the city as you pass by different spots. Make visits to places of your choosing like Copacabana Beach, the Cagarras Islands, and many more. Begin the tour at Urca pier by boarding your speedboat. Listen to your captain as you ride and hear a brief story about this wonderful city. Pass by all the major sights and make stops as you please. Find yourself at São João Fort, Sugar Loaf Mountain, Red Beach, Copacabana Beach, Arpoador, Cagarras Islands, Niterói, Santos Dumont Airport, just to name a few. See the underwater world, with diving stops made for you to enjoy even more.

Rio de Janeiro: Beautiful boat tour with sunset!

4. Rio de Janeiro: Beautiful boat tour with sunset!

The speedboat tour starts at the Urca pier, where the boarding takes place. From there, the captain of the speedboat will begin to tell a brief story as he passes through each tourist spot in the city. Among the places to be visited are: São João Fort, Sugar Loaf Mountain, Red Beach, Copacabana Beach, Arpoador, Cagarras Islands, Niterói, Santos Dumont Airport, among others. Diving stops will be made for you to enjoy even more. The entire itinerary lasts 3 hours and the disembark will be done on the same pier as the boarding.

Rio de Janeiro: Waterfront Dinner & Live Music Experience

5. Rio de Janeiro: Waterfront Dinner & Live Music Experience

Enjoy the nightlife of Rio de Janeiro at kiosks located on the waterfront of some of the most famous beaches in the world, Leblon Beach and Copacabana Beach. Enjoy an incredible dinner that includes a starter, main course, dessert, and drink. Enjoy the live music while enjoying the view of Rio de Janeiro's ocean. An experience that you definitely need to enjoy in the city of Rio. Monday - Arrastapé Menu Starter options: oxtail dumpling with sauce or cashew creamy dumpling. Main course: salted meat skewer, baião de dois (homogenous mixture of beans, rice and parsley), fried cassava and farofa. Dessert: creamy Cocada (a coconut candy) with tapioca ice cream. Drink options: water, soda, lemon caipirinha, lemon, strawberry or pineapple caipivodka. Only one drink per person. Tuesday - Samba Social Clube Menu Starter: portion of 6 pastéis (fried dough) stuffed with cheese, meat or shrimp. Main course: shrimp bobó (stewed shrimp with coconut milk, dende oil and manioc cream) or beef bait, rice, beans, farofa and French fries. Dessert: chocolate brownie with ice cream. Drink options: draft beer, caipirinha or soda. Only one drink per person. Wednesday - Coisa de Carioca Menu Starter options: bean broth served with bacon crispy, roasted garlic and chopped parsley on toast or tapioca dads with pepper jelly. Main course options: shrimp "escondidinho" (brazilian shrimp shepherd's pie) au gratin with cream cheese and mashed potatoes or beef and chicken skewers served with vinaigrette sauce, bacon farofa and fries. Dessert options: chocolate mousse or passion fruit pave. Drink options: Brahma draft beer, soda, lemon caipirinha, natural juice (pineapple, passion fruit or Swiss lemonade). Only one drink per person and mineral water with or without gas. Thursday - Mané Menu Starter: Coxão Mané - a snack prepared with pork rib meat and cheese filling. Accompanied by the best mustard in the world! Main course: Ribs Rice - Long-cooked, shredded ribs, mixed with seasonings, rib broth, and rice, all topped with bacon farofa, torched cheese on the table, and hard-boiled egg. Dessert: Pancake with dulce de leche and vanilla ice cream. Drink options: 750ml draft beer, soft drink or juice. Only one drink per person. Friday - La Carioca Menu Starter: ceviche - white fish, tiger milk, red onion, pepper, cilantro and lime. Main course: rice with seafood - typical Peruvian-style paella with octopus, scallops, shrimp and squid. Dessert: spicy brigadeiro - dark chocolate brigadeiro with pisco, slightly spicy. Drink options: pisco sour (Peruvian drink with pisco, sour mix, goma jarabe) or non-alcoholic drinks (on request). Only one drink per person.

From Copacabana: 1-Day Private Tour of Coffee Valley

6. From Copacabana: 1-Day Private Tour of Coffee Valley

Setting off in a private car from your hotel in Copacabana, embark on a tour of the most important sites of coffee production in Rio de Janeiro. First, visit Vassouras, with inclusive entry to its museum, before exploring one of the region’s oldest coffee farms with a guide from the owner.Discover Vassouras, the former economic center of the Brazilian Empire, with its Neoclassical buildings interspersed with palm trees and connect with the past as you learn what life was like for the region’s coffee producers two centuries ago in the city museum. The adventure continues in a traditional coffee farm in the nearby valley, where the owner will reveal its family history and explain the evolution of coffee cultivation. Finish your trip with a tour of the farm’s crops and production facilities and see how the so-called “green gold” is made today.

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What people are saying about Copacabana

Fue un viaje increíble, la guía (patty) sabía de todo histórica y culturalmente, fue muy amable y buena con todo el grupo, los lugares eran de película y vale muchísimo la pena el recorrido, el día se va volando de lo que uno se divierte! 10/10

I had so much fun being that I went to Rio alone . I even met 2 new friends in this guide. The host was beyond amazing she talked about the history of Rio and always taught me something new. Views were beautiful. Definitely recommend !! 10/10

It was a great overview of the city and hitting the highlights. You don't have much time in each location so you really need to be on your toes and soak it in quickly

The trip was great! It worth the money. The guide was very, very good and you can Tell she loves her job! The restaurant is also good.

Our tout guide Adriano was great! He could speak 5 languages, and explained all the sites and history really well.