Rio de Janeiro:

The Subway

The Subway

Rio Metro. The subway is the fastest public transport in Rio. There are three metro lines: Line 1, which connects the south with the north; Line 2, which connects Pavuna with the center; And Line 4, which connects the southern zone with Barra da Tijuca. In addition, the Rio subway has the ability to integrate with bus, GRT and train.

The Rio subway has good signs and maps at all stations. Free Wi-Fi is available in the metro. The metro runs from Monday to Saturday from 5:00 am to 12:00 am, and on Sundays and public holidays from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm. The ticket costs BRL 4.30 one way, and you can get tickets with the RioCard card top-up, which allows you to accumulate credit, or you can buy one ticket at the station.

The most common line for tourists is the orange line because the stations pass by most tourist attractions. There is also an attractive green line on which the Maracana Stadium is located. It's easy to manage Rio when it comes to the subway, and this is definitely a way to get from one destination to another quickly.

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