Southeast Region, Brazil
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  • São Paulo City: 5-Hour Private Tour

    1. São Paulo City: 5-Hour Private Tour

    Visit the main attractions of São Paulo for a great introduction to the city, and learn how a small village became one of the biggest and most diverse cities on the planet. With a population of over 11 million, São Paulo is the most cosmopolitan city in Brazil and attracts visitors from around the world. On this 5-hour tour priced for up to 2 persons you’ll see important landmarks, including the Neo-Gothic Catedral da Sé, completed in 1967 after more than 50 years of construction. Travel by air-conditioned vehicle, riding through the financial district, along Avenida Paulista. Visit the city’s most traditional food market and discover diverse neighborhoods, such as the Asian enclave of Liberdade, home to the largest Japanese population outside of Japan. You will also get to visit Vila Madalena, the artistic-bohemian neighbourhood of São Paulo. Get a better understanding of São Paulo’s...

    What a great tour! We saw all the great spots in São Paulo by a knowledgeable and super nice guide. Thank you Luis!

  • Rio: Christ the Redeemer & Selarón Steps Half-Day Tour

    2. Rio: Christ the Redeemer & Selarón Steps Half-Day Tour

    Meet your group at the meeting point in Copacabana. Start your half-day and drive up to the statue of Christ the Redeemer at the top of the Corcovado Mountain, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Journey through a short and beautiful route through Tijuca Forest, one of the largest urban forests in the world, before enjoying the incredible views of the entire city. When reaching the top of the mountain, visit the most famous tourist attraction in Brazil and get a panoramic view of Rio de Janeiro, 710 meters above sea level. Return from Christ the Redeemer and drive past Santa Teresa, the famous neighborhood located on a hillside known for its narrow cobblestone streets, unique cultural flair, and iconic yellow tram. Arrive at the neighborhood of Lapa, a hot spot of Rio’s nightlife and known for the Carioca Aqueduct, before visiting the brightly colored tiles of the world-famous Se...

    It was all so easy, I ubered it to the r2rio offices, we all got into a minivan and drove to Christ the Redeemer, right to the top. The staff were all so helpful and the guide was wonderful and knowledgeable. It is very winding when you get to the top so if like me you get car sick beware of this and sit at the front and dont eat breakfast or lunch. We did the 2.30pm tour which was good as there were less people. The only thing I would have liked was more time there as we only had 40 minutes. Dont forget to visit the little chapel at the top.

  • São Paulo: 3-Hour Downtown Discovery Tour with Guide

    3. São Paulo: 3-Hour Downtown Discovery Tour with Guide

    Explore the "new' center and learn about the historic downtown district of São Paulo. With your licensed guide, explore the areas which have been home to many immigrant communities such as Italian, Japanese, Syrian, Lebanese, and many others. As well as learning about the cultural makeup of the city, see many notable landmarks. Learn more about places such as the Municipal Theatre, the Copan Building, San Francisco Convent, and the Martinelli Building. Discover the history the Tupi tribe who once called the area home, as well as the story of the first skyscraper of Latin America.

  • São Paulo: Downtown Historical Bike Tour

    4. São Paulo: Downtown Historical Bike Tour

    Begin your tour on Paulista Avenue, one of the city​'s​ most famous landmarks. Utilizing the city’s network of bike lanes, head to the Liberdade neighborhood, traditionally the Japanese district of the city, before heading downtown, crossing its bustling streets, squares, and​ viaducts. In the heart of São Paulo, pass by the Sé Cathedral, College Square and the Municipal Theater, among many other iconic buildings. All the while, listen to your expert, São-Paulo-born guide narrate the journey, imparting insights into the city’s past and present.  Along the approximately 10-mile ride, there will be multiple stops to take photos, chat about the architecture, or even sip an iced tea to cool off. With options to choose between a morning, afternoon, or evening tour, you can easily customize the activity to your schedule and preferences.

  • Rio: Olympic Boulevard, Museum of Tomorrow & History Tour

    5. Rio: Olympic Boulevard, Museum of Tomorrow & History Tour

    Begin your tour by being picked up from your hotel and discover the many hidden gems in Rio’s Downtown area with a tour guide. Start at the Valongo Wharf (the latest Unesco World Heritage site in the city) and learn more about the African influence in Brazil. Then head to the Kobra Mural — one of the largest graffiti walls in the world — created by the Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra, to admire the five ethnic groups portrayed in a colorful geometric background. After a few pictures, you will walk along the Olympic Boulevard towards the Museum of Tomorrow. This is a modern and technological science museum dedicated to exploring and questioning all the possibilities for constructing the future of the planet and mankind. Discover its remarkable architecture, and pay a visit to the most visited museum in Brazil. After exploring the future, travel to the past in the Monastery of Saint Bened...

    Interesting and amazing tour of Rio’s historical and cultural perspective. Our guide Juan deserves a 6 star rating, he is fluent in six languages. Exceeding expectations. He knows what he is talking about, and was able to entertain questions.

  • Santos: Private 8-hour São Paulo Overview

    6. Santos: Private 8-hour São Paulo Overview

    This tour is designed to be totally flexible, featuring a broad range of possible sights to see, activities to do, or topics to explore in São Paulo based on your interests and available time. You can either follow your guide's suggested itinerary, or just select specific sights focusing more on culture, history, and social-economic aspects of the city and Brazil. Also on offer to immerse yourself in are the topics of local architecture, street art, local crafts and design, fashion, photography, business, sports, LGBTQ culture, nature, and religion. Alternatively, you can go shopping, uncover local gastronomy, and engage in local art. Your guide will be at your disposal throughout your entire experience.  Some suggested sites include Ibirapuera Park, Obelisk, the Bandeiras Monument, the Assembly Seat, the Contemporary Art Museum, the Liberdade Neighborhood, the Sé Cathedral, and the Br...

  • Rio de Janeiro: Museum of Tomorrow and Olympic Boulevard

    7. Rio de Janeiro: Museum of Tomorrow and Olympic Boulevard

    After pickup from your accommodation begin your tour at the Museum of Tomorrow, one of the most highly rated attractions in Brazil. Admire the architecture of the museum from the exterior as you explore the reflective pool and gardens. Enter the building and see the main exhibit, created by physicist and cosmologist Luiz Alberto Oliveira.  The museum studies the future of the world and its possibility for transformation. Explore the five major areas: Cosmos, Earth, Anthropocene, Tomorrow, and Now. Marvel at the experiments and experiences that encourage you to consider the fundamental questions of existence. After exiting the museum, continue to the Olympic Boulevard. The walls measure an area of almost 3,000 square meters in total and were painted for the Rio Olympics in 2016. Get up close to the Ethnicities Mural by Eduardo Kobra, one of the world’s largest piece of graffiti art.

  • São Paulo Street Art Tour

    8. São Paulo Street Art Tour

    See some of São Paulo’s most famous works of art on this graffiti tour of the city. São Paulo is proud of its various murals and public art pieces which they call “grafites”, and they are protected and revered by the local people. There are many well-known artists all with varying styles, which will be explored on this street art tour. Your guide will talk you through each artist and style, while giving you a narrative of its rich history in the process. Visit downtown São Paulo, including the neighborhoods of Vila Madalena, the main bohemian area of the city. Once you’ve been introduced to the art, the tour will finish at a Street Art Gallery, where you can browse the various pieces and learn more about this unique art form.

    Doris is an amazing guide, very knowledgeable about street art and Sao Paulo's history. The graffitis and the bohemian atmosphere in the Villa Madalena are simply great!!

  • Rio de Janeiro: City Highlights with Electric Scooter

    9. Rio de Janeiro: City Highlights with Electric Scooter

    Experience an exhilarating and memorable tour via an electric scooter of the highlights in Rio de Janeiro. Your guide will offer you instructions if you are a newcomer, ensuring that you and your group are safe throughout the whole trip. This tour is a sustainable way to meet people and witness the highlights of the city. Have plenty of opportunities to appreciate nature and acquaint yourself with the city. Flamengo, Rio Historical Center and Olympic Boulevard: Your route will take you from Flamengo Park through the Rio historical center, Olympic Boulevard, and Mauá Square Downtown. Highlights of your experience include Flamengo Park, MAM (the Modern Art Museum), Cinelândia Square, the Municipal Theater, the National Library, the Candelária Church, LAPA, and the Selaron Stairs. You will also see the Metropolitan Cathedral, Olympic Boulevard (Olympic Pyre), the Tomorrow ...

  • Rio de Janeiro: Downtown City Tour and Samba School Visit

    10. Rio de Janeiro: Downtown City Tour and Samba School Visit

    Get picked up from your hotel and go on a journey through the historic center of Rio de Janeiro.  The long history of this city makes it almost an open-air museum. The unusual mixture of nearly five centuries of kings, emperors, slaves, artists, clerics, pompous buildings and major libraries can be seen in several corners of Rio de Janeiro.  Explore the most important sights and monuments of the city. See XV Square, which was the main place for arrivals in Rio during the time of the Empire. Admire the many historical buildings there.  Visit the Olympic Boulevard in the seaport region, which has been completely revitalized for the 2016 Olympic Games. Marvel at the world-famous Ethnicities Mural made by the Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra.  Pass by Maracanã, one of the biggest soccer stadiums in Brazil. See the Candelária Church, an important Roman Catholic church in Rio de Janeiro. Go ...

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What people are saying about Southeast Region, Brazil

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 54 reviews

Laura was really outgoing and knowledgeable of the different food that is around the main part of downtown São Paulo. When walking around the city, she made all the information easy to understand and really "kept it real". All the food was good and the extra experiences that she took me to made this tour so much more enjoyable. Highly recommend this tour for anyone visiting São Paulo!!!

Interesting and amazing tour of Rio’s historical and cultural perspective. Our guide Juan deserves a 6 star rating, he is fluent in six languages. Exceeding expectations. He knows what he is talking about, and was able to entertain questions.

Best bike tour you’re gonna get in São Paulo. Renato was very knowledgeable and passionate about the art around São Paulo. Great conversation and great people with a lot of love/respect

What a great tour! We saw all the great spots in São Paulo by a knowledgeable and super nice guide. Thank you Luis!

Ideal to learn a lot in a short time and see the highlights Before or after lunch at the Copacabana