Articles tagged with: rio-de-janeiro
Rio de Janeiro’s annual pet-friendly parade has been getting Brazilians (and their pets) ready for the Rio Carnival.
Forget flowers and chocolates, why not treat your loved one with a romantic break away? Here are our suggestions!
The highly-anticipated final instalment of the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn – part 2, will hit cinema screens on November 16th. The films may be coming to an end, but Twi-hards can keep withdrawal symptoms at bay by following in the footsteps of their favourite characters in the locations around the world that featured in the Twilight Saga.
In celebration of Global James Bond Day and the 50th anniversary of our favourite spy 007 on the Big Screen, we’ve picked out five of the best James Bond filming locations around the world:
2013 is the year to dance in the sand in Rio de Janeiro. The world’s attention will turn to the Brazilian city as the Summer Olympics is handed over on Sunday and it gears up to host the FIFA World Cup 2014.
Kate Walker samples the gastronomic delights of the Buzios Food Festival in Brazil
Kate Walker experiences a fitness and yoga retreat in the exotic island of Ilha Grande in Brazil
Kate Walker explores the picturesque colonial town of Paraty in Brazil and samples the local nightlife
Stay ahead of the pack and visit Rio this summer, the hosts for the next 2016 Olympics.
Six beach destinations in Brazil have received awards in the Traveller’s Choice Awards 2012, making Brazil one of the hottest beach destinations in South America.
From the vibrant samba parades in Rio de Janeiro to masquerade balls in Venice, mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday in French) is celebrated in very different ways across the world.
Brazilian police went on strike in Rio de Janeiro on Friday February 10th, just a week before the Brazilian city's famed annual carnival which attracts around 800,000 tourists per year.
Beyond Rio de Janeiro, there are plenty more ways to enjoy the Carnival around Brazil from February 17th– 21st 2012.