Rio de Janeiro
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Rio de Janeiro: Rio Scenarium Entrance, Dinner, and Open Bar

1. Rio de Janeiro: Rio Scenarium Entrance, Dinner, and Open Bar

Discover Rio’s nightlife in one of the top neighborhood bars. Soak up the unique atmosphere of the Rio Scenarium, a former antique store located in the heart of Lapa. Explore the three-level culture pavilion interconnected by stairs and an elevator from the belle époque. Admire its relics, colorful décor, and obsolete items which are commonly used in film productions while listening to incredible live music.  Watch the best artists bring to life Brazilian music genres such as Samba, Forró, and MPB (Brazilian pop music). Skip the line through a fast track entrance and live a genuine local nightlife experience while enjoying the 3-hour open bar (selected drinks) and 3-course dinner service.

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Ginga Tropical: Brazilian Roots Shows with Optional Dinner

2. Ginga Tropical: Brazilian Roots Shows with Optional Dinner

Ginga Tropical: Brazilian roots will bring you a multicultural show with lots of joy and energy, gathering on stage various cultures of this tropical country. For about 3 hours, you are going to enjoy every Brazilian dance style. After your hotel pick-up, if you choose the show with dinner option, you will arrive at a traditional Barbecue Dinner, all you can eat style. Brazilian Churrascarias (barbecue places) offer a wide variety of sides and alternative options. In case you decide to stick with a vegetarian option, you will still leave delighted. For those who preferred the show only option, they will be picked up at their hotels before heading to the show by bus.  You will get to know every Brazilian region through dance performance and clothing. Ginga Tropical: Brazilian roots combines diversity and culture with The Journal of Theatre, the Northeast, the Amazon and the Pampas with its Folklore, Bahia with their mystical rituals and Rio de Janeiro with its incomparable bohemian Lapa, their dance halls and their legendary Tricksters. A breathtaking show, with fantastic drummers and beautiful Mulatas dressed in outstanding carnival costumes. Even when you think that the show is close to the end, you may be surprised with interactive dancers. It’s time to shake your hips, so don’t be shy because the show must go on!

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Rio de Janeiro: All-You-Can-Eat Churrascaria

3. Rio de Janeiro: All-You-Can-Eat Churrascaria

Enjoy a great meal at one of the most beautiful restaurants in Rio de Janeiro with a visit to a churascaria for some all-you-can-eat barbecue. Dig into a feast for carnivores with a dozen meats brought to your table on a spit, right off the grill and expertly carved onto your plate. Try eight different cuts of beef, including cowboy steak, filet mignon, rib-eye, picanha (top sirloin cap), ribs, and sirloin. Have some lamb chops, leg of lamb, or both. Savor chicken breasts wrapped in bacon, and chicken legs marinated in beer and brandy. Try the seafood menu, including jumbo shrimp cocktail, chilled lobster, and shrimp appetizers. Have some sea bass with mango relish, or smoked salmon and fixings. Don't miss out on a great experience because of dietary restrictions. Find fruit and vegetable-based dishes and soups at the Market Table. Build an amazing salad with the plethora of available ingredients. Sample Brazil’s national dish, feijoada, a black bean stew with sausage, served with rice, fresh orange, and farofa (baked yuca flour with bacon). Enjoy sides, including scalloped potatoes, yucca fries, sautéed bananas, and the delicious cheese bread or pão de queijo. Save some room for amazing desserts, cocktails, and wines

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What people are saying about Rio de Janeiro

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 7 reviews

A very good but unconventional show.

An enjoyable show though we did not always understand what was going on so a bit more of an introduction to each segment might have been useful. I also expected some samba and bossa nova from the online description but did not see anything that I recognised as samba. Also the audience warm up act is a bit awkward and the dancing quality variable ( though some are excellent). No photography at all is allowed now. A fun night out especially if you are with a group of friends but not as good as the Argentine tango show we saw in Buenos Aires. Re the meal be aware that it is not at the show venue but at a restaurant about 10 minutes drive away: there is plenty of food so long as you eat meat but no drinks are included , not even water, in your ticket price. The local guide Luis from Greyline is very good and ensured everyone was picked up and dropped off at the relevant hotels .