Downtown Rio de Janeiro features a high concentration of attractions, including the Metropolitan Cathedral and Colombo Cafe.
Pista Cláudio Coutinho is a 1.2 km oceanside pedestrian pathway offering great views of the Atlantic Ocean, Sugar Loaf and Vermelha Beach.
Rio de Janeiro has something so different from other cities. It attracts travelers from all over the world, and makes them never want to leave.
The top 5 things to do in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil including the beaches, Sugar Loaf, the Selarón Steps, and visiting the Christ the Redeemer statue.
here’s a traditional carnival march that goes “Cidade maravilhosa, cheia de encantos mil, cidade maravilhosa, coração do meu Brasil…” (Wonderful city, filled with a thousand charms, wonderful city, the heart of my Brazil…). All over Brazil people happily and proudly sing that song in February, year after year. I remember dancing to that as a […]
Brazil is in the spirit of free kids in Rio.
Brazil is home to two distinct, yet vastly different martial arts: Brazilian jiu-jitsu and Capoeira.
The Pan American Collective was a week of events, ranging from parties to sightseeing.
You remember Emily Callaghan, right? She wrote the most popular article on Go Backpacking last month, entitled “The Importance of Hooking Up Abroad.” Since so many people enjoyed her writing, we thought it was time to share a little more of it. The following excerpts are from her stories on Drexel’s blog, The Smart Set. […]