Vista dos mais famosos pontos turísticos do Rio. Melhor horário para visitar : Pela manhã
February 7, 2017
Belvedere at 380m featuring a 1903, Chinese-style pavilion with views of the mountains, city & sea.
December 27, 2019
Amazing view if you don`t fell like paying to go to the Christ
April 22, 2017
Breath-taking view of the city
June 12, 2017
This is one of Rio´s best views and is not so crowded. Try an unique view of Christ the redeemer and Sugar Loaf in the same frame.
January 6, 2020
Gratuito, tem uma vista linda da cidade, vale a pena! Você pode combinar o passeio com uma ida a cachoeira do horto!
August 26, 2019
Lookout inside the biggest urban forest in the world
August 5, 2018
This monument, constructed to honor the Chinese workers that came to Rio to work with tea cultivation, in the 19th hundred century, is an amazing lookout point over Rio and also because you need to enter into the Tijuca National Forest to get there, the whole sight seeing trip becomes amazing. The…
January 17, 2020
The Vista Chinesa is one of the belvederes of Rio de Janeiro, at the topmost of one of the roads that connect the Jardim Botânico area to the Parque Nacional & Floresta da Tijuca, known as the Estrada da Vista Chinesa.
“A hot spot for good restaurants and bars as well. Have lunch/ dinner at Puro or Jojo's and at night go up the road to the bars on rua Pacheco Leao. Or to have a typical Brazilian meal/ delicious meat, go to Rubayat, the restaurant where you look out over horse races at the inner city jockey club. In the same area you have the beautiful open-for-all art school Parque lage which is worth a visit, they have recently opened a good relaxed restaurant inside. ”
“The monument overlooking Rio de Janeiro have beyond breathtaking views. It is considered one of the seven new wonders of the world. There are three ways to get to it. You can take a train, van or hike. The train is the most famous and traditional way. The train will take you through Atlantic Forest almost to the top of the Corcovado Mountain. Make sure to have you camera ready and look to the right when the train is almost in the top. I suggest to pick a beautiful sunny day, so you don't miss any of the spectaculars views. ”