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Cheapfaremart is here to help you explore this World Heritage City to the fullest. We not just provide you with a convenient flight booking experience, but also let you claim the best flight deals to Rio De Janeiro at highly a competitive price. Our liaisons with leading airlines or flight service providers make us serve you better, wherein you can save big without sacrificing on the amenities that contribute in making your vacation comfortable and convenient.

What is the Best time to visit Rio De Janeiro?

Unlike Toronto or Vancouver that are frequented mostly during spring when the temperature is moderate, Rio De Janeiro is just opposite. You make the most of the trip during summer. February is the hottest month. From December to March when the temperature ranges between 90 °F and 100 °F, you have the liberty to explore the beauty of beaches and enjoy a wide range of water sports like surfing and wakeboarding along with volleyball games, soccer, and much more. However, you might have to spend a bit more on the cost of accommodation and stay. To an extent you can have a check on the expenses by booking hotels in advance. You could have a chance to see the famous Rio Carnival, if you book Rio De Janeiro flights in February after the second week.

However, for sightseeing, it’s best to visit the place in the winter season between June and September when the average maximum temperature stays around 70°F (21.1°C).

What are the Top Attractions in Rio De Janeiro?

Rio De Janeiro is blessed with natural and architectural aesthetics, cultural diversity, traditional to contemporary shopping options.  Here is a quick capture of all.

Christ the Redeemer

Just a glimpse of it will instill the feeling that you have got the reward of your flights to Rio De Janeiro. See what takes it to the list of Seven Wonders of the World. Perched majestically over 2,330-foot Corcovado Mountain, the statue of Jesus Christ with arms ready to embrace the city and its people, is a must-see attraction. Visited by over 2 million people a year, the iconic structure was built between 1922 and 1931.

The place is accessible with bus and metrorail transport systems. Bus Route No. 180 and 184 originating from Rio or Route No. 583 from Copacabana or Ipanema make you reach Cosme Velho. From there, boarding an electric train, you can make your way to the foot of the statue. If you want to cut short the time, you can take a van, from any point of the city, to the destination. Dare to be there by foot? If yes, take a hiking trail from Parque Lage. Perhaps, this could be the best option to have some adventure and fun both at the same time.

Tijuca National Park

Befriend with nature and its diversity while exploring this 8, 300-acre sprawling green rainforest. An abode to more than 1,600 plant species and more than 350 different species of mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles, the park attracts around three million visitors a year. The park is composed of three sectors – Forest, the Carioca Hill and Pedra Bonita, and Gávea — each blessed with its own reasons to charm the travellers.

The forest sector offers a mix of challenge and fun. Either spend time casually in its cozy picnic spots or take hiking trails to test your physical strength. Carioca Hill is famous for Christ the Redeemer statue on the 2,330-foot Corcovado summit. Looking for an adrenaline rush adventure? Hang gliding and rock climbing activities available at Pedra Bonita and Gávea are meant for you. So, this cheap flights to Rio De Janeiro lets you earn priceless memories. Isn’t it?

The road and rail connectivity to Corcovado is offered from Copacabana, Largo do Machado and Painswick. The park is accessible every day from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. (6 p.m. during the summer season) and there is no entry charge, except for visiting Christ the Redeemer. More information can be collected from the Tijuca National Park website (written in Portuguese).

Jardim Botânico

If you are a nature lover at heart, don’t miss this 340-acre botanical paradise situated in the north of Ipanema.

 

The place is easily accessible through multiple bus lines plying through 1009, Jardim Botânico Street. Alternatively, by subway stopping at the Botafogo station and taking a metro feeder service to park entrance at 101, Pacheco Leão Street.

Home to over 6,000 indigenous and exotic species of flora, this garden was established in 1808 by Regent Prince D. João with an aim to familiarize with non-native spices from across the world. Since 1822, when it was made open to public, the place has been entertaining locals and tourists along with the scholars and researchers of botany and ecology. Albert Einstein even couldn’t stop himself from making a presence here. In addition to exotic plants, the park contains a playground, souvenir shop and the La Bicyclette restaurant.

Ipanema Beach

You can’t stop yourself from humming the lyrics, “The Girl from Ipanema,” while walking along the 2-mile stretch of its sand. The beach has been captivating tourists from all across the world since the 1960s. Team up with locals to play the famous futevolei, the Brazilian format of volleyball, freschobol, a tennis-like game played without a net, to name a few. Savor the taste and glimpse of the local culinary and culture in the restaurants, shops and art galleries located nearby the area.

The beach is segmented into postos, 8 to 12, each featuring changing and rest rooms, keeping in mind the need of visitors. However, to find a spot on the beach, particularly in peak seasons from December to March, you must book in advance.

Dining in Rio De Janeiro

Being in Rio, you have no dearth of gastronomy options to choose from. Savor on barbecued meat, moqueca (pronounced moo-kek-a),  cachaça, brigadeiros, pão de queijo, acarajé (pronounced a-ka-ra-zjeh), quindim, feijoada and other mouthwatering options. Here are a few restaurants to grab your delicacies. Remember, it’s just for you information, we don’t endorse any.

L' Etoile

Whether you are on a business trip or a personal one, with family or friends, this restaurant welcomes you with its stylish ambience and classic culinary and majestic treatment.

Curto Cafe

Famous for its exclusive range of coffees, this restaurant supports native farmers in Brazil by giving a fair share of what they produce.  The coffee produced in Brazil is usually low in acidity as compared to that from Central America, Colombia, and East Africa, and are best suited for espresso brewing.

Estrelas Da Babilonia

Estrelas Da Babilonia is best known for offering well priced delicious and healthy vegetarian options. Here you get a chance to enjoy your meals with locals while sitting on the terrace overlooking the lush green hilly areas. The restaurant excel in terms of atmosphere, food, service and offers value for money.

Nightlife in Rio De Janeiro

Whether you are just in for a casual party or to celebrate a massive New Year’s carnival, the lively nightclubs in Rio de Janeiro will not let you down. In destinations like destinations as Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon with little effort you can uncover nightclubs and bars that are ready to offer what you need. From sultry samba to Bass-heavy hip hop, tinny favela funk to sultry bossa nova, there are many ways to drive the exhaustion and stress away. Got enough of the dance? Just sit on the terrace or balcony and sip your drink while watching the lovely, sometimes seductive, moves of the fellow beings. The Rio De Janeiro Flights do have a limit, but the nightlife experience is truly limitless.

Shopping in Rio De Janeiro

Shopaholics have reasons to keep fingers crossed. Whether you want the best swimwear from to make a style statement at its beaches, or collect something as souvenir, you can find a plenty of opportunities to do so. From upmarket boutique retailers like Lenny and BumBum Ipanema selling out exclusive swim costumes to the Feira do Rio Antigo fare on Saturdays offering vintage clothes, accessories, antiques and collectibles at throwaway prices, to Zona Sul located in South Zone famous for offering stylish and pricey botuques, to the indoor market at Uruguaiana known for its bargaining sense, Rio De Janeiro has got covered all of them.

How to Reach Rio De Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro International Airport (RIO) is the global gateway to this amazing place. The airport is well connected with all major international cities of the world. Santos Dumont Airport – SDU, and Francisco de Assis Airport – JDF are other key airports that provide domestic as well as intra continental flight services. The subway and city buses contribute well towards making the travel in the city convenient and affordable for the residents and guests.
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