If you plan on traveling to Rio de Janeiro Brazil, it is worth looking at the most beautiful places this wonderful city has to offer for its tourists.

I have friends who have visited this Brazilian famous city and always returned there the next year because they have never had enough of it and the beauty this place unfolds for its visitors. In fact, vacationing for one week is not sufficient to satisfy your curiosity and also your need for relaxation that any of us plan on getting while spending one’s vacation.

Not to mention that you will want to make the most of each of the following places which are worth visiting while touring in Rio de Janeiro Brazil:

  • Copacabana beach is where you get a view that combines mountains and the bay. You have the sands stretching almost 3 km looking out at Guanabara Bay and displaying a great view of Pao de Acucar (Sugarloaf Mountain). The place offers all sorts of accommodation at various prices to suit each and every budget and need. You can get a hold of some historical information from the forts that are located at each end of the beach stripe.
  • Pao de Acucar – Sugarloaf Hill – is a peak of granite and quartz measuring 396 m in height. You can go there by taking a cable car made of glass to see a breathtaking view over Rio de Janeiro that you won’t ever forget. You can get a tour in this cable car that lasts for no more than 20 minutes, but this entire time you will be left with moments that are truly worth living and remembering.
  • Parque Nacional da Tijuca – Tijuca National Park – is another natural beauty you can visit while touring through Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This park spreads over almost 4,000 acres displaying a beauty of nature that can hardly be described in words. It is nature at its best with forest areas where Mother Nature has its playground. Various caves, waterfalls, lakes, and jungle areas unfold under your eyes wishing that you never leave the place. With every turn you take in this park there is a surprising exposure to nature that enchants your senses and eyes. Make sure you never leave Rio de Janeiro without visiting this park and taking photos of its exotic places.
  • Corcovado is the name of the granite peak where the Christ the Redeemer statue is located. This peak measures 710 m in height and is located in the Tijuca forest with the figure measuring 38 m overlooking the city of Rio de Janeiro. You can get to the platform up there and take a view of the city that again leaves your senses numb with beauty and uniqueness.

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