Known commonly as just ‘Rio’, the second largest city in Brazil is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an experience not to be missed. Home to one of the most iconic landmarks in the Southern Hemisphere, Rio boasts one of the new seven wonders of the world,
The statue of Christ the Redeemer. This concrete and soapstone statue of Jesus addresses the metropolis from the top of Mt. Corcovado at 2330 ft above the sea.
The hike is steep, but well worth the effort to see this breathtaking monument that has been watching over the city of Rio De Janeiro for almost 100 years. Rio is also famous for its beaches, including Copacabana and Ipanema, as well as its colorful Carnival celebrations,
samba and Bossa Nova music, and natural juxtapositions of water, forests and mountains over which the city is laid out. Even if you are on a budget, an incredible amount of sights and experiences await visitors to Rio De Janeiro at no cost.
Like this post? Comment here !! Or have something to share? Write to us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also Read About