always lots to do and see in Rio, whatever kind of budget
you're traveling on. Virtual City
Tours & Maps and Pictorial
Tours of Rio give you a pretty good idea of what to expect.
Rio Travel Planner helps you make the most of whatever time you
have in the city.
Start with A Week in Rio, Day by Day.
Pick out your favorite activities, mix and match, and don't miss
the must-do's. Traditional tourist attractions like the Corcovado
and the Sugarloaf, for instance, should be on your list. The view
of Rio from above has enchanted international travelers for
centuries, and you will not be disappointed.
Rio on a Rainy Day is there for you, as
it does rain in Rio. Unless there's a deluge, though, Cariocas
deal with bad weather with flair and grace. You can do likewise.
You might have to cancel that dual hang-gliding appointment but,
other than that, you will not run out of things to do.
then there's all those special interests and needs. We have lined
up some ideas and suggestions for travelers with children,
romantic couples and honeymooners, single men or women, nature
lovers, history buffs, senior travelers, gays and lesbians,
backpackers, and visitors on a tight budget.
There's more. Take day tours to popular Off-Rio
destinations. Choose from world-famous beach resorts, go
island-hopping, visit diver's
paradises, preserved historical towns, mountain
resorts, colonial coffee farms, just to name a few. And since
Brazil features some of our country's favorite travel
destinations. Learn how Cariocas save money on their vacations -
you can also save with discounted land and air tours leaving from
Rio. Choose Iguazu
Falls down south, the wild Pantanal out west, the cultural heritage of Salvador,
and scenic beaches in Porto
Seguro in Bahia, the mysterious Amazon rain forest, or remote island paradise of Fernando
de Noronha. We will not be surprised if you end up staying for
quite a few more days than you originally had in mind!