Portuguese culture and history in Rio Portuguese culture and history at Portuguese Royal Cabinet of Literature
Arcos da Lapa Roman-style aqueduct, consisting of a double arcade of 42 arches.
Arpoador Passeios Ecológicos e Culturais Ecological walks the Tijuca National Park, South Area trails and pristine beaches ofthe West Zone.
Bairro de Santa Teresa Neighborhood famous for hosting artists, studios and excellent restaurants, and Bohemian aura of its streets.
Catacumba Park Catacumba Park is a nature reserve on the banks of the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas.
Catedral Metropolitana de São Sebastião The Cathedral is 75m high externaly and 64m high internaly, 106m external diameter and 96m internal. The cathedral´s capacity is 20,000 standing people or 5,000 seated.
Installed in an area of 3,000 square meters, the Finca Tropical boasts three largeareas of farmland with a wide variety of shrubs, palms, orchids, bromeliads andsaplings lining.
Cidade do Samba Samba City covers an area of 92.000m ², built by the City Hall, on the waterfront.
Clube Naval Created in 1884, the Yacht Club had its current headquarters inaugurated only in 1911, the architectural style of the beautiful buildings of the then Central Avenue.
Corcovado A marvelous view enchants tourists and Cariocas* upon arriving in Rio de Janeiro. Way up there, still on the plane, or even from the ground, it is possible to behold the statue on top of the Corcovado Hill, in the midst of Tijuca National Park.
Cruzeiro Taxi Aéreo Sightseeing flights over the city and rent a helicopter to neighboring cities to Rio
Curtirio Itineraries Guided climbing, hiking and courses for all ages and levels of preparation.