Your culture attendant: things to do in Rio De Janeiro

WEDNESDAY 22ND MAY 2019
A THING TO DO THIS WEDNESDAY

in RIO DE JANEIRO
Price: Pay what you like
Time: 3 hours
The Rio Free Walking Tour, which runs at 10.30am from the Largo da Carioca, lets you experience the culture, sights and stories of Brazil's most vibrant city with an informed guide. Turn up and be taken through centuries of history across Lapa and Rio's downtown area.
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RIO DE JANEIRO
22.91°S, 43.18°W

Sunrise: 06:21
Sunset: 17:16
Weather: sky is clear, 30°C max, 20°C min


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