Welcome to Rio!
Host City For the 2016 Summer Olympic Games
The beaches are one of Rio's biggest attractions, setting the stage for the nightlife.
IFor anyone seeking beauty, adventure and, well, beauty, then the city of Rio de Janeiro, should be high on the list of desired destinations.
It is also now the official host city for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. The International Olympic Committee made the decision on Oct. 2, much to the delight of Brazilians throughout the country. Could this be a good sign for the team's soccer chances at the 2010 World Cup, as well???
In addition to the Olympics, Rio boats world-class beaches, beautiful people, unbelievable scenery and NONSTOP nightlife make it one the worldÕs best locations. Did we mention partying? Oh yeah, for those who like to party, this is your place.
Perhaps it not Rio's beaches that are the attraction but what's ON the beaches.
Brazil's most visited destination is located on the southeast coast 1,000 miles south of the equator. This means that when it is winter in the United States, it is the middle of summer in Brazil.
Rio is jam-packed with things to offer. Whatever a visitor may be looking for, chances are Rio has it in abundance. Here is a rundown of what to see and do in this awesome city. This is a prose and photo-heavy site, full of information for every tourist, but especially for the young and young at heart.
• PreParty. Get to know Rio, virtually visit its spectacular beaches and "see" some of its most spectacular sites.
• PubClubbing. Just what it says – where to find the best bars, clubs and parties in this nonstop party place.
• Trips to Rio. Book a trip with us, including hosts and VIP nightclubbing.
Rio's famous Rio Cristo statue.