Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in the country of Brazil. The name means January River, and the city is commonly referred to as simply Rio. Rio is also the capital city of Rio de Janeiro state. It is the third largest metropolitan area within the continent of South America. This is most visited city in the southern hemisphere. Rio is prized for its beaches and natural setting, the carnival celebrations, dances like the samba and Bossa Nova, and some of the world’s most famous landmarks, including the statue of Christ the Redeemer, which sits on top of Corcovado Mountain. This statue has been named one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
Rio de Janeiro’s economy is base on processed foods, chemicals, petroleum products, pharmaceuticals, metal products, ships, textiles, clothing, and furniture. The service sector, which includes banking and an active stock market known as Bolsa da Valores do Brasil, dominates the economy. Other key factors include tourism and entertainment. Two of Brazil’s major companies, Petrobras and Vale, are headquartered in Rio. As is the largest conglomerate of media and communications companies in Latin America, the Globo Organizations. There are many options for office space throughout the city.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Rio de Janeiro’s beaches include popular options such as Barra da Tijuca, Copacabana, Ipanema, and Leblon. While you are on the beaches in Rio it is common to see thousands of walking vendors selling food and drink, along with items like sun glasses. Rio also offers Sugarloaf Mountain (Pão de Açúcar) with its cable car and Maracanã Stadium, one of the world’s largest football stadiums. Popular dining options include empada’s a baked flour pastry filled with meat or cheese and sanduíche natural – a cool sandwich with vegetables and mayo. The best option for late night dining is Cervantes on Prado Júnior Street, in Copacabana.
The closest airport is Galeão - Antônio Carlos Jobim International Airport (better known as Galeão International Airport). This airport is located 20 km (12 miles) from Rio’s city centre. Buses are the main mode of transport in the city and provide inter-city links. There is also a local bus, the Frescão, which serves the main routes between Centro and Botafogo, Ipanema and Leblon, and from the airport to Barra. The Metro in Rio de Janeiro has two lines, which run from the city centre to Tijuca and Pavuna, making many stops along the way. The SuperVia train service is also used to connect the city with locations in the Greater Rio de Janeiro region. A number of ferry services run between the Rio Centro, Niterói and Paquetá Island providing an efficient commuter link. The Santa Teresa Tram, which leaves from Cinelândia, makes numerous stops around the city centre.
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