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Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
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Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden

Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden

Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden is situated in the south zone of the city in the district of Jardim Botanica. It combines the entire biodiversity of the Brazilian culture and also some of the foreign flora. A sum up of around 6500 species are a part of this garden which is spread over an area of 65 acres. There are also huge number of greenhouses in the premises of the garden. Some of the monuments of architectural, historical and artistic significance are also located within the garden. It has one of the most amazing research centers and a complete library which specializes in 32,000 volumes of botany.

Travelling to Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

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The city, sometimes also referred to as Rio, ranks as the 6th most populous municipality in the United States. In the southern hemisphere, this city is one of the main tourist attraction spots. It is famous for its natural settings. Rio has some of the greatest beaches like Leblon, Ipanema, Barra da Tijuca and Copacabana. One of its amazing landmarks includes the huge statue of Christ, the Redeemer, on the Corcovado mountain. It is also named as one out of the seven wonders of the world. The Sugarloaf mountain with the cable car is also an infamous landmark. Rio has also been in the limelight for hosting the 2016 summer Olympics and also the 2016 Summer Paralympics. It has also hosted some of the most important FIFA world cups finales like the ones in 1950 and 2014.

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Rio De Janeiro Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

You can book your tickets online on this website to grab great offers and deals.

How To Get Around?

The public transportation facility in the city is quite organized and also works well for most of the places. You can easily get a taxi from the airport to your place of residing. If you are planning to travel through a bus keep in mind the BRS system of the buses. There are also bike lanes which are way more fun.

What Should I Wear?

The city has loads of fun and holds a lot of excitement. Wear something casual while on your trips to museums. While going to the parks and the forest, wear comfortable clothing as you might want to enjoy trekking too.

Rio De Janeiro Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Visit the city when it is a little warm and sunny so that you can go to the beaches and enjoy. Months from December to March work best.


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Will I Need a Guide?

This website is a deal with lots of information that you might need. It is enough to fill you up. A guide is not needed.

How To Get There?

Rio can be reached by flight, train or taxi. Galeao - Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport connects the city to all the major cities of the world. You can also travel by buses that are operated by Real and Expresso Alvorado-Galeao bus services. Train from Central Station, or Central do Brasil, is best for local commuters. The city is also connected to Sambadrome which provides easy access to the city too. You would want to book tickets in advance if you want to procure a good seat for yourself.

Additional Info

Keep your cash in a safe pocket, maybe an inside pocket in the luggage or your bag will do. Also, the documents that might be required must be kept altogether and safely so as you do not lose them.