Mere imagination of the term “Rio” brings to the mind images of sparkling carnival celebrations, the mountaintop view of Christ the Redeemer, silver sandy beaches being patrolled by bikini clad beauties, stunning architectural marvels and myriad museums. The Brazilian city is one of the most popular destinations for tourists passionate about history, culture, architecture, fashion nature and hedonistic pleasures. Due to these features, the city evokes interests of people who make it a point to visit this destination once in a lifetime increasing the demand for business class flights to Rio De Janeiro.

Here we are trying to find out what makes Rio so special.

Statue of Christ the Redeemer (Cristo Redentor)

Statue of Christ the Redeemer seems to be standing guard keeping a vigil over the city. The statue enjoying a stunning position atop Corcovado 2,300 feet (700 meters) was selected as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007. This largest art deco statue in the world is made of reinforced concrete and sandstone and has been a huge crowd puller since its opening for public in 1931.


Corcovado offers a commanding view of the city from its top. Most of the tourists who visit Rio visit this mountain which also houses the statue of Christ the Redeemer. No matter in which direction you are looking, you will see amazing views as the hill is surrounded by fabulous visual delights that include soccer stadium, Jardim Botanico and Ipanema and spectacular beaches.

Sugar Loaf Mountain

Sugar Loaf Mountain offers a commanding view of the city from its top. The mountain is situated at the place where Guanabara Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. Once you are at the top of the mountains your eyes will catch amazing view of silver sandy beaches, sparkling water and green peaks among other things. For a more amazing experience visit the Sugar loaf Mountains during late afternoon when you can see this city in dim light.

Copacabana Beach (Praia de Copacabana)

Copacabana Beach is one of the most popular draw cards in the city of Rio de Janeiro. This spectacular 4.5km stretch of bright remains packed with sunbather who just sits idle on the beach spending some quality moments with near and dear ones. One can see various tourists seeing football and enjoying singing and dancing.

Maracana Stadium

More than anything the country called Brazil feeds on the passion of football and the city of Rio De Janeiro couldn’t have been exceptions. And tourists on their trip to the city will find fine specimens of the city’s passion for football. And there can’t be a better specimen of this kind then mammoth Maracanã Stadium built for the 1950 World Cup. The stadium has seen the record number of arrival of spectators.

In addition to the aforementioned, the city of Rio De Janeiro is replete with museums and places of cultural and historical interest. Reaching this Brazilian city is easy as it is well connected to major cities of the world through airline. So brace yourself for a typical Brazilian experience in Rio De Janeiro.