Cristo Redentor, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

8 Mentions on Trippy

  • 2 mentions in One week itinerary for Rio de Janeiro

    • Katy B.

      Katy B. said, " time is late afternoon so that you can be up on top when the sun sets. It's gorgeous! 2. Corcovado/ Cristo Redentor statue - take a tram up there. It's often foggy so you may want to take in nearby Mirante..." See More

    • Yoko L.

      Yoko L. said, "...Rio, so what I did the two times I've visited the city is taking a day trip to go and see Cristo Redentor, Pão de Açúcar, Escadaria Selarón etc all in one day. Saves you loads of time and effort! Most..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Spending 2 weeks in Brazil: Rio for 5 days, Iguazu for 3, what else?

    • Romulo F.

      Romulo F. said, "...all the "Zona Sul" attractions. They are all 'close', but maybe you'll get long queues. Must see: Pão de Açúcar , Cristo Redentor, Jardim Botanico. About the beaches, Copacabana Beach is famous, but Ipanema Beach and Barra da Tijuca are a..." See More

    • Rodrigo V.

      Rodrigo V. said, "...Hey Lea. In Rio there are lots of things to do, the major attractions are the Cristo Redentor, Pão de Açúcar, Copacabana and Ipanema Beach, Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro, Jardim Botânico do Rio de Janeiro and Lapa. You can..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best free things to do in Rio de Janeiro?

    • Katherine G.

      Katherine G. said, "...of the best bars in the world so would be ideal for a night out. Most of the main attractions - Cristo Redentor, Sugarloaf Mountain and even favela tours come with a cost. The best free thing I did there was..." See More

  • 1 mention in You have 2 free airline tickets. Where do you go & with whom?

    • Nita G.

      Nita G. said, "...I'd like to visit South America so would fly in to Brazil for its famed beaches and to see Cristo Redentor and then explore further south, visiting more countries in that area gradually by road. Perhaps heading to the border to be..." See More

  • 1 mention in Things to do in Rio de Janeiro during the World Cup

    • Mauricio S.

      Mauricio S. said, "...from "Pedra da Gávea" - Rio is plenty of mountains so climb them! To do and see in Rio - " Cristo Redentor" is mandatory !!!!! - Hang out in the neighborhood called "Lapa" to see Samba - Go to the..." See More

  • 1 mention in If you had just one day in Brazil, Rio or Sao Palo? What's not to miss?

    • Babak F.

      Babak F. said, "...If you only have one day, the only sensible thing to do is to go and see the statue of Cristo Redentor, in Rio. Afterwards, you can sip caipirinhas on the beach in Ipanema...." See More