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- Rio has safety issues in general because of the large wealth disparity here
- Most people will be fine just by having the basic travel safety awareness (like not…
Roylun Martho Travelled to 22 countries / regions
It’s actually very simple.
All you have to do is to download an app from (Apple Store or Google Play) Bike Itau and pay R$10 (2Eur) per month…Show more
- You can't afford to go to this carnival without one or two tips in mind. Here are some tips to help you out.
Gather your group
- Basically, there are 2 types of buses in Rio that operate around Copacabana
- City bus
- Executive buses ( Frescao)
- City bus is way cheaper but not convenient for…
- Metro Rio is a relatively new subway system and as such, it's relatively smaller compared to other subway systems.
- Metro Rio has 2 lines with a total of…
- BRT (Bus rapid transit) has two types of bus services from GIG to central Rio.
- Transcarioca express route
- TransCarioca line
Transcarioca express route
- Buses on this route only…
- Most tourists take taxis from the airport
- If you're taking taxi, I suggest taking what's called radio taxis. They're fixed price rather than the yellow metered taxis you…
- Sugarloaf mountain is one of Rio's top attractions and the views of the city and other attractions including Copacabana are simply unbeatable from the top of the peak.
- Most ATMs in Rio are card selective, your ATM card may work in one machine and fail in another. The same applies to card payments at shops and…