Two Days in Rio
- Christ the Redeemer
The most recognized image of Brazil atop of Cocovado hill. A 360º viewpoint facing a spectacular combination of mountains, sea, rivers, islands, forest and densely populated areas.
The city is an open-air museum with all set for you to maximize your stay and get the most of it. A one-hour walking through rich architecture from Colonial to Contemporary styles will expose you 500 years of history.
- Typical Brazilian Lunch
Brazil is a melting pot of colors, languages and customs. Our cuisine is similarly varied. You will be introduced to what we name as "Botequim". A very informal place offering various types of dishes and ingredients.
- Sugar Loaf
As main attraction, Sugar Loaf mountain offers the visitors a contemplative look of Rio's silhouette other than proving an opportunity to understand our 5th-century year old history.
Going through a great transformation process, Rio Slums is where 20% of the city's population live. Get an unique insight into the vibrant spirit of their people while walking through the alleys is a very enlightening experience.
Get to know our beach culture that elevates Rio's beaches to a social icon that shapes the behavior of the locals..
- Fruits and Vegetables Market
A myriad of fruits and vegetables in a mix of colors, smells and tastes.
Duration : 7 - 8 hours per day.
I have been working full time as a Licensed Tour Guide for more than ten years.
Bachelor in Business, MBA in Finance.
Licensed by the Ministry of Tourism in Brazil.
Extra studies : - Urban Sociology, - Rio de Janeiro History, - Contemporary & Modern Architecture, - Tropical Forest. Read more