Rio’s Jewish Heritage
The Jewish presence in Rio de Janeiro started at the time of the first Portuguese navigators in the 1500´s. Since then, the Israelite immigration was constant mainly because of incentives of the Emperor D. Pedro II, a great admirer of
Sacro, Bucolic & Handicraft Market
Staying more days in Rio? Have you already decided what to do next Sunday? Here is an excellent choice: Visit some "out of the scene" sites: São Bento Monastery with its beautiful church, Santa Teresa neighborhood with old houses and cobblestone streets and the Hippie market
Maracanã Behind the Scenes
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Maracanã Stadium during this guided tour. You will have a chance to explore the inner stadium, renovated for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and to sit on the same bench where our legendary player, Pele,
Brazilian Passion: Carnival, Samba and Soccer
Get ready to meet some of the Brazilian passion: Carnival, Samba and Soccer in this unique and VIP experience.
Best of Rio Walking Tour
The City Center Plus Olympic Boulevard And The Musem Of Tomorrow Come with us and spend your day getting a complete walking tour of Rio de Janeiro: see the beautiful architecture of the city center, the art of Olympic Boulevard and
Olympic Boulevard and The Museum of Tomorrow Walking Tour
If you want to relax in the morning and have a very interesting afternoon you can take the subway and meet us for our afternoon walking tour through the Olympic Boulevard, Sea Port area and visit the Museum of Tomorrow.
Historical Rio Walking Tour
Enjoy a guided walking tour in downtown Rio. Many cariocas still refer to downtown as “the City”, as if it were a city apart, so busy, profuse and attractive. Rich in history and buildings of great architectural appeal, the center of the