Pay a visit to the Copacabana or Ipanema and you’ll be able to sample two of the most famous beaches anywhere in South America
Brazilians know how to throw a good party and there are countless events held every year that provide the opportunity to do just that!
Rio had a rich history dating back to the 1500s, and it’s evident in some of the historic old building thats are to be found across the city
There are few cities in the world that are as vibrant and colourful as Rio de Janeiro - which reflects the welcome you can expect from the friendly locals
Head for the summit of Corcovado or Sugarloaf Mountain and you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of Rio de Janeiro and the surrounding area
Rio isn’t all about the urban area and the scenic Tijuca Forest National Park rewards those who want to explore waterfalls, mountains and caves
An increasing number of Brazilian restaurants are opening in the UK, but you won’t to miss the chance to sample authentic cuisine whilst visiting Rio
Rio is packed with history and culture, and there are countless museums that are spread across the city alongside various galleries