Visit the famous Corcovado hill of 713 meters high with a city tour in Rio de Janeiro.
Enjoy the 360º panoramic view at a height of 713 meters, which only the Wonderful City can offer you.
Visit the famous Christ the Redeemer, one of the seven new wonders of the modern world located on the famous Corcovado hill.
After crossing the beautiful Tijuca Forest, one of the largest urban forests in the world, you will arrive at this famous statue and undisputed symbol of Brazil.
On this tour you will also get to know other nearby tourist spots such as the Sambadrome, the São Sebastião Metropolitan Cathedral, the Arcos de Lapa and the famous Maracanã stadium.
On the excursion you will visit the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Sambadrome, the Lapa Arches, Escadaria Selaron, external visit to the Maracanã Stadium and the Corcovado Hill (includes the ascent to the Christ the Redeemer).
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The Pick Up includes hotels located in the following areas: Copacabana, Leme and Ipanema.
Passengers located in other areas must present themselves at the following meeting points:
Sofitel Ipanema Hotel (Av. Vieira Souto, 460 - Ipanema): for passengers staying in Barra da Tijuca, Recreio, São Conrado, Jacarepaguá, Leblon, Jardim Botanico.
Botafogo Praia Shopping (Praia de Botafogo, 400): for passengers staying in Botafogo.
Hotel Novo Mundo (Rua Praia de Flamengo 20): for passengers staying in Flamengo, Laranjeiras, Rio Comprido, Gloria, Catete, Gamoba, Centro, Santo Cristo, Santa Teresa, Maracana, Tijuca.
At the end of the excursion, passengers will be left at their respective hotels or at the indicated meeting point.
Bring sunscreen. Clear clothes and cap. Camera or cell phone. Don't carry objects that prevent light traffic on the excursion.
The excursion could undergo changes due to weather conditions, special dates, holidays and events.
The Maracanã stadium closes when there is a game or event.
During the carnival period and when there is a special event, visiting the Sambódromo is not possible.
Due to the particular characteristics of this activity, it is not suitable for people with reduced mobility and people in wheelchairs.