Come Discover the most famous tourist spot in Brazil! Located on the top of Corcovado hill, Christ the Redeemer is the main postcard of Rio de Janeiro, a must-see tourist attraction, chosen one of the seven wonders of the modern world.
Corcovado hill is at 710 meters high from the sea level, out there you will find one of the most beautiful panoramic landscapes of the Rio de Janeiro.
In this tour you'll visit too the the Sambodrome, the Escadaria Selarón, the Maracanã Stadium (outside) and the Metropolitan Cathedral.
• Christ The Redeemer
• Maracanã Stadium
• San Sebastian Cathedral
• Selarón Stair
• Transportation with air conditioning
• Christ the Redeemer Tickets
• Bilingual tour guide
00-05 years old children don't pay (baby in arms)
06-10 years old children have 50% discount**
**The person who is legally responsible must bring the id that testify the child age.
Boarding spots: Leblon, Ipanema, Copacabana, Botafogo, Flamengo, Catete, Glória, Lapa and Centro.
* if you aren't staying in of of these neighbohoods, contact us and we'll help you to provide the best way to meet the guide.
Attention! The time of the round trip can suffer some delays, due to traffic conditions.
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Christ The Redeemer - Elected one of the seven wonders of the modern world, in July of 2007, Christ the Redeemer is one of the most visited tourist spots in Rio de Janeiro and Brazil. The monument was inaugurated in August of 1931, and it is the biggest reproduction of the Christ in a major statue in the Art Deco style of the world. Measuring 39 meters high, it is located on the top of Corcovado hill at 710 meters high from the sea level, providing one of the most beautiful panoramic landscapes of the Rio de Janeiro.
Maracanã Stadium - Opened in 1950, the Maracanã is the largest stadium in the world and the second largest in the Americas with a capacity for 94.751 people. In addition, the "Maraca" already had the icons of the music like Madonna, the Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Sting and Paul McCarthney among others.
Sambodrome- It was designed by the renowned architect Oscar Niemeyer and the structure is officially named "Passarela do Samba Darcy Ribeiro", and it is the permanent home of the Samba Parade. Known as well as "Marques de Sapucaí", it was inaugurated in 1984 and has a capacity for 88,500 people. This huge avenue is where the biggest carnival party in the world happens, attracting more and more tourists to Rio de Janeiro.
San Sebastian Cathedral- Also known as "Metropolitan" Cathedral, this Catholic church with modern architecture, was inaugurated in 1979 and was designed by the architect Edgar de Oliveira da Fonseca. Its construction is distinguished by its conical shape and its beautiful stained-glass windows.
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