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    Where should I stay in Rio?

    We always recommend our clients to stay in the main tourist districts of Rio, near the beach and also from various shops. Some of them are: Copacabana, Leme, Ipanema, Leblon, Botafogo, Flamengo, Barra da Tijuca, São Conrado, among others.

    Those neighborhoods are safe, beautiful, and offer many entertainment options for all ages.

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    Can I buy a Carnival travel package?

    Yes, for sure! For this, you must contact our Carnival Experts by email [email protected]

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    What to do during Carnival?

    During Carnival dates the city is full of people willing to have the most fun, so Rio offers many options to entertain everyone.

    Besides the beaches and thousands of attractions, Rio's carnival has an immense diversity of carnival street parties and bands spread throughout the city and for all tastes.

    If you want a high society event, the Copacabana Palace Magic Ball is the most suitable gala event.

    The main event of the Rio Carnival is the parades of the Samba schools in the Sambadrome.

    In addition, you can participate in various shows, festivals, artistic exhibitions and enjoy the landscapes of the Wonderful City.

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    Do I need a VISA to visit Brazil?

    Before entering any foreign territory you should check with the government of your country to determine if only the passport is required or if a Visa is necessary.

    Most Latin American countries do not need a visa to enter the country. In the same way, European tourists are allowed to enter with their passports and recently the government also granted this benefit to citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan.

    If you need more info, you can contact the brazilian embassy: http://www.itamaraty.gov.br/en/

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