Rio de Janeiro

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Santa Teresa
7 reviews
Behold the largest Art Deco statue in the world! The Cristo Redentor is one of the best monuments. — Afar Magazine
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Botafogo & Urca
7 reviews
Along with samba, beaches, and beautiful women, the Sugarloaf remains one of the original and enduring Rio attractions. — Frommer's
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Centro & Cinelândia
5 reviews
Just the architecture alone—which won best building in a worldwide competition upon opening—is worth the trip. — Travel + Leisure
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Gávea, Jardim Botânico & Lagoa
5 reviews
The 340-acre Botanical Garden contains more than 5,000 species of tropical and subtropical plants and trees, including 900 varieties of palms. — Fodor's
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Centro & Cinelândia
6 reviews
Maracanã Stadium has mythical status... its pitches have welcomed all the greats: Pelé, Ronaldo, Maradona. — Michelin Guide
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Centro
4 reviews
Brazil's prime venue for the performing arts, the elegant Parisian-style Teatro Municipal stages everything. — Frommer's
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Ipanema
6 reviews
Majestic granite peaks jut from a jungle-covered range to create a spectacular backdrop for this mile-long, 300-foot-deep white-sand beach. — Travel + Leisure
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Centro & Cinelândia
3 reviews
A key venue for Carioca culture, the CCBB is housed in the city's former financial headquarters. — Michelin Guide
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Santa Teresa & Lapa
6 reviews
Once a place for upper-class homes, the neighborhood of Santa Teresa has recently been revived as a cultural hot spot. — Travel + Leisure
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Centro & Cinelândia
4 reviews
8
Zona Sul (South Zone)
4 reviews
The visual arts school is located inside Parque Lage — Afar Magazine
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Centro & Cinelândia
4 reviews
This is the place for anyone looking for a good overview of Brazilian history from Cabral's arrival in 1500 to the present. — Frommer's
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Centro & Cinelândia
3 reviews
The Imperial Palace stands at the heart of the Praça XV. Now one of the city's foremost cultural centres, it holds temporary exhibitions of painting and sculpture and has its own cinema. — Michelin Guide
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Centro & Cinelândia
3 reviews
The National Museum of Fine Art houses a vast collection of European and Brazilian art, with an emphasis on 18th- and 19th-century European work. — Frommer's
8
Santa Teresa & Lapa
3 reviews
Raimundo de Castro Maya (1894-1968) lived in this house... and throughout his life here built up a collection of works by the world's greatest artists. — Michelin Guide
8
Centro & Cinelândia
2 reviews
Just a glimpse of the Monastery of St. Benedict's main altar can fill you with awe. — Fodor's
8
Centro
3 reviews
In an ambience reminiscent of a church, with the light filtering through the delicately coloured stained-glass windows, the studious scholars attempt to work in the midst of the tourists. — Michelin Guide
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2 reviews
— Michelin Guide
8
3 reviews
Oscar Niemeyer's spaceship design for Niterói's new Contemporary Art Museum has done for this bedroom city what Gehry's Guggenheim did for Bilbao, Spain: put it on the map (at least in Brazil) — Frommer's
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Botafogo
2 reviews
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