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Experience the full cultural immersion of Rio de Janeiro with our comprehensive tour, designed to give you the best views of the city and its finest cuisine. Your adventure begins at the pier, where you will be greeted by our licensed guides who are fluent in multiple languages. Our guides will accompany you throughout your journey, providing insightful commentary and answering any questions you may have.
No trip to Rio is complete without a visit to the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue, which is widely recognized as the symbol of the "Marvelous City." Our tour takes you to this magnificent landmark, where you will witness panoramic views of the city from above. Next, we'll visit Sugar Loaf Mountain, a must-see destination for anyone visiting Rio. The celebrated cable car journey begins in the Urca area of Rio, taking you on a journey to Urca Mountain (224 m/735 ft) before arriving at Sugar Loaf Mountain (395 m/1,295 ft). From the summit, you'll be treated to stunning views of the city that are simply unforgettable.
After experiencing these amazing sights, we'll take you on an unforgettable tour of Copacabana, one of Rio's most famous neighborhoods. Along the way, you'll have the opportunity to try some of the city's finest cuisine and immerse yourself in the local culture. Join us for the ultimate cultural experience in Rio de Janeiro, and leave with memories that will last a lifetime.
To check availability and reserve your spot, please click on the "Book Now" button and enter your preferred date and time. Our booking system is designed to be quick and efficient, ensuring you secure your desired transportation with ease. Once we receive your reservation, we'll promptly send you all the transportation details you need. Fun fact: Until 2003, visitors to Christ the Redeemer had to climb a daunting flight of 220 steps to reach the statue, which was the only access available, even for seniors or those with disabilities. However, visitors can now breathe a sigh of relief, as an escalator was installed in 2003, making the journey to the statue much more manageable.