Located at Corcovado Hill, is the biggest symbol of the City of Rio de Janeiro. The statue is
124,6 feet tall, with a 26,2 feet tall pedestal. Considered by Guinness Book the biggest Jesus
Christ statue in the world.
Address: Rua Cosme Velho, 513 - Cosme Velho Business Hours: Daily, from 08:30h to 19h Price: Free (children under 5 years old), R$ 36 (children from 6 years old and adults) Parking: Free Site: www.corcovado.com.br
Currently has a collection with over 15 thousand works of art between paintings, sculptures,
prints of brazilian and foreign artists. There’s also a library specilized in arts and an importante
cinematheque, where the most required exhibitions in town are placed.
Address: Avenida Infante Dom Henrique, 85 - Parque do Flamengo Business Hours: Tuesday to Friday, from 12h to 18h; Saturday, Sunday and holidays, from 12h to 19h Price: R$ 8,00 Parking: Paid E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Site:www.mamrio.com.br
Symbol of Lapa, reference neighborhood for those who like to enjoy the nightlife in Rio, the
arches have a 885 feet length. The construction is in Roman style and have 24 brickworked
double arches, built by indians and african slaves.
Address: Praça Cardeal Câmara, s/nº - Largo da Lapa Business Hours: Open 24h. Public Place Price: Free
The first cable car in Brazil, opened in 1912, gets out of Praia Vermelha (Red Beach) and runs
2460 feet until arrives the Sugar Loaf hill, which is 1299 feet above the sea level. In the first
part of the run, the cable car goes to the Urca’s hill, which is 721 feet above the sea level.
Address: Avenida Pasteur, 520, Urca Business Hours: daily from 8h to 19:50h Price: R$44 for adults Telephone: (55) 21 2546-8400 Site:www.bondinho.com.br
The pathway starts at the downtown area, passing above the Lapa’s arches and going through
the hills of the city, in touristic points such as the Church and Convent Of Santa Teresa, the
Curvelo square and the Ruins’ Park.
Address: Caminho Estação dos Bondes, ao lado do Aqueduto da Carioca, na Rua Lélio Gama Business Hours: Daily, from 6h to 22h Price: from R$0,60 (regular tramway) to R$6,00 (tour drive)
Created in June 13th, 1808 by D. John VI, regente prince at the time, the Botanic Garden, in
Rio’s South Side, is considered one of the most important in the world. Known as Living
Museum, includes more than eight Thousand living vegetable species.
Address: Rua Jardim Botânico, 920
Business Hours: daily, from 8h to 18h Telephone: (55) 21 3874-1808 / 21 3874-1214 Price: R$7 for adults. Children under seven years old and seniors over sixty years old are not charged. Site:www.jbrj.gov.br
It consists in a heart shaped water mirror near to two million squared meters. Its borders,
rounded by parks, sports squares, food shops, jogging tracks, bike paths. One of the most
importante points in the City.
Located in the favela (slum) where Michael Jackson recorded the music vídeo for They Don’t
Care About Us in 2005, the observatory provides a huge view to the City and to Christ The
Redeemer. Set in Botafogo, the favela has 34 interesting tour points.
Address: Estrada do Mirante Dona Marta, s/n Business Hours: Daily, from 8h to 18h Telephone: (55) 21 2492-2252 Price: To set with the tourism agencies Site:www.favelasantamartatour.blogspot.com
To all the soccer lovers, there are guide tours that leads to the edge of the field, bleachers,
dressing room, honor hall, press room, Hall of Fame – where the footprints of famous players
are displayed – and to Soccer Museum, with photographs and images of the mosst beautiful
tricks made in the world’s biggest stadium. The stadium has now some new attractions, such
as the uniform worn by Garrincha in the bi-championship (1962’s worldcup), in Chile; and
spaces where the visitor can try out the feeling of taking a penalty and hearing the noises of
people cheering, the “Maracasom”. There is also a 3D mockup and stores with products of the
four biggest soccer teams in Rio de Janeiro (Botafogo, Flamengo, Fluminense and Vasco da
Gama) and the Brazilian Soccer Team. The tour can be done in the company of a guide or na
audioguide (available in Portuguese, English and Spanish).
Address: R. Professor Eurico Rabelo, portão 16 - Maracanã Business Hours: Daily from 9h to 17h, including weekends and holidays Telephone: (55) 21 2299-3931 Entrada: Gate 2 (Avenida Radial Oeste) Tickets’ Purchasing: Box Office A1, in front of Subway Station Maracanã’s ramp Price: R$ 40 full, R$20 half-entry (students, people between 5 and 21 years old, seniors and people with special needs). Children under 5 years old are not charged. Parking: Paid Parking Price: R$15 Site:www.maracana.com
The Rio de Janeiro City Theater is located in Cinelandia (Marechal Floriano Square), in Rio de Janeiro’s downtown, Brazil.
Opened in 1909, as a part of the Architectural Reurbanization of the City of Rio de Janeiro and
the opening of the Central Avenue, during the governmet period of the mayor Pereira Passos.
Since its inauguration, it has an importante role in local culture and also in brazilian culture,
receiving in its stage important artists, orchestras and ballet companies.
Address: Praça Floriano, S/N - Downtown, Rio de Janeiro,RJ; Zip Code 20031-050 Business Hours: Daily, from 10h to 18h Telephone: (55) 21 2332-9191 Site:www.theatromunicipal.rj.gov.br