Can we imagine Rio without aits carnival? Of course not. The city of Rio de Janeiro has been celebrated through itd carnvial, which is recognized by millions of people around the world. This amazing event shows Brazilians exactly as they are, smiling, joyful, full of life and love for samba. On this list you will find the most important events that take place in the city of Rio.
The most famous carnival in the world is held in Rio. The carnival influenced the general picture of the world about Brazil and its citizens. Smiles on their faces, happiness and the rhythms of the samba. That is what we attach our thought of Brazil to. Carnival is a combination of Brazilian culture, tradition and customs, things we should know in order to enjoy the carnival to the max. If you find yourself in Rio during the month of February or March, you will feel a carnival fever that no one in the city is indifferent to. Carnival is a five-day Brazilian celebration, and it always takes place 40 days before Easter.
The first thing you should consider are the types of tickets you want to buy. There are five possibilities: Tribune - the place from which most Brazilians watch the parade. Very convenient and exciting place. It is a good idea to arrive a little earlier to get the best possible seats. Places are not numbered. Open boxes - front boxes, friezes. Friezes are considered the best seats for those who only care about watching the parade. They do not have services included, but are very close to the parade. The frieze has 4 rows, and the price depends on the row you get. The row Th is right next to the bar and is the most expensive. Rows B, C and D are located one above the other so your view is never obscured.
The Ipanema Fair, also known as the Hippie Fair, is the most famous street market in the city. Stands are set up every Sunday around Praça General Osório (General Osório Square), while the center of the square is reserved for artists selling their own or someone else’s artwork. If you are looking for unique souvenirs, there is no better place in town. This famous fair was established in the 1960s by the local hippie community who had a desire to sell their own handicrafts in one place. As time passed, more and more visitors started coming to this initially small market, which only had a few stands. Today, clothes, furniture, souvenirs, handicrafts are sold here, and there are numerous restaurants around.