Category: Rio de Janeiro

Niteroi – Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

 

Niteroi – Rio de Janeiro – Brazil Travel Video

Niterói is a city in southeast Brazil, in the state of Rio de Janeiro, connected to the city of Rio de Janeiro by a bridge across Guanabara Bay. On the bay, the saucer-shaped Niterói Contemporary Art Museum was designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. He also designed the Teatro Popular, to the north. On a headland to the south, the 16th-century Fortress of Santa Cruz da Bara has cannons and dungeons. Local beaches include Icaraí and São Francisco.

Rio de Janeiro 2016 Travel and Tourism Video

 

Rio de Janeiro Travel and Tourism Video

 

RIO DE JANEIRO TRAVEL AND TOURISM VIDEO

 

New Year´s Eve in Brazil – Few months to go…

 

New Year´s Eve in Brazil

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 New Year´s Eve in Brazil

Brazilians know how to party and New Year celebrations are taken seriously as they are believed to set the mood for the whole of the coming year. It is a tradition for Brazilians to wear white head to the sea. See here 9 Curious Brazilian New Year traditions.
 
A number of cities have parties with live music of all kinds and amazing fireworks displays.
 
Hotels usually have packages with a minimum of 4 or 5 nights to include the 31st of December. The most famous hotels and exclusive clubs and restaurants with a view throw incredible parties that go on until the morning and usually end on the beach.
 
We can design an unforgettable New Year package to the Brazilian destination of your preference. Have a look at some of the options of destinations.

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New Year´s Eve in Brazil – Only four months to go…

 

New Year´s Eve in Brazil

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Brazilians know how to party and New Year celebrations are taken seriously as they are believed to set the mood for the whole of the coming year. It is a tradition for Brazilians to wear white head to the sea. See here 9 Curious Brazilian New Year traditions.
 
A number of cities have parties with live music of all kinds and amazing fireworks displays.
 
Hotels usually have packages with a minimum of 4 or 5 nights to include the 31st of December. The most famous hotels and exclusive clubs and restaurants with a view throw incredible parties that go on until the morning and usually end on the beach.
 
We can design an unforgettable New Year package to the Brazilian destination of your preference. Have a look at some of the options of destinations.

Discoverbrazil.com By Intelligent Travel Solutions Travel Consultant Team invites you to explore this haven landscape.

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Rio Carnival 2013 dates

 

When the official Carnival dates are? Why do the Carnival dates change every year? Why it seems complicated to find out when the Carnival will fall? Well, it is a long history. We will abbreviate it, though. This party has its origins in ancient Greece and Rome celebrations. Later, it was incorporated into the Catholic liturgical calendar and allowed until the Ash Wednesday. By the Catholic Calendar, Carnival is always celebrated seven Sundays before the Sunday of Easter. As this varies from March 22nd to April 25th, the Carnival dates also move. Read more →

RIP – Jorge Selarón

 

RIP – JORGE SELARÓN (Chile, 1947 — Rio de Janeiro, 10th January 2013)

Tragic day for Rio as Selarón was found dead in the famous steps of Lapa, on January 10, 2013. His body was found burned.

Jorge Selarón was born in Chile in 1947. He traveled, lived and worked as a painter and sculptor in over 50 countries around the world before arriving and deciding to settle in Rio de Janeiro in 1983. He began renovating the steps on a whim in 1990.

Many times, his phone was cut off and he was threatened to be evicted from his house due to being unable to afford the living costs. He sold many paintings and accepted donations from locals and travelers to continue his work. Since 1977, Selarón claimed to have sold over 25,000 portraits, all featuring the same pregnant woman which mostly funded his work. It was a labor of love for the artist who resided in the same house by the steps he lived in when he started the work. Read more →