View from the Corcovado
Without a doubt, four days in Rio de Janeiro are not enough to get to know the Wonderful City.
Rio de Janeiro is one of the most glamorous cities in the world and one of the must-see destinations of every traveler worth its salt. This megalopolis with 12 million inhabitants does not regret having lost the title of capital of Brazil, because it enjoys a enviable natural environment, with the turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean that provide some of the best beaches in the world and the hills covered by thick vegetation, as testimony that nature has decided to bless the city.
Such a panorama deserves to be known, so I did not hesitate to assemble the suitcases to meet the Wonderful City. As soon as you leave the Galeão International Airport, to be dazzled by the landscapes and beaches, because the airport is located in the Ilha do Governador, a few kilometers from the city center, with spectacular views of the Pan de Azúcar hill and the bay from Guanabara.
It was a hard task to choose the places to see in Rio de Janeiro, since everything is huge and attractive in the city of Rio, so I decided to keep the essential places to leave me a day reserved to meet Angra dos Reis, because they had told me It was a spectacular place to rest and enjoy the beautiful beaches and natural landscapes.
Stayed at the Leme Othon Palace, a four-star first facing the Copacabana beach in the Leme neighborhood, it would be natural for my first visit to be the beach, but at half past seven in the afternoon it was not convenient to go down to the Beach, despite the good night lighting and surveillance, so I decided to stay in the neighborhood and have dinner at a nearby restaurant. The Carretão Copacabana is a churrascaría Modern near the beach and very well served, where you can eat good meat in a quiet and cozy atmosphere, where the attention is otherwise friendly.
One of the favelas of Rio de Janeiro