The city of Rio de Janeiro is known worldwide for the kindness and cleverness of its people, but also for its unique touristic attractions. The city, enclosed by the mountains and the sea, provides memorable landmarks like Christ the Redeemer, who was voted one of The New 7 Wonders of the World by receiving over 100 million votes online. The picture of its open arms on the peak of Corcovado Mountain is one of the most popular landmarks in the world. The fascinating landscape of the Sugar Loaf mountain, which allows you a 360º view of the city, even of its most remote points, is 400 meters high and lets you take a ride in the most famous cable car in the world. What else can we tell you about Copacabana Beach, the most popular beach of all, and its emblematic sidewalk? Its neighbor, Ipanema Beach, is an eternal Bossa Nova symbol thanks to the song Girl of Ipanema, by Antônio Carlos (Tom) Jobim and Vinícius de Moraes. Who has never listened to “Tall and tan and young and lovely/The girl from Ipanema goes walking/And when she passes, each one she passes/Goes ‘A-a-a-h'”? Not only natural beauty is responsible for the fame of “Cidade Maravilhosa”, our marvelous city of Rio de Janeiro. A lot of work and dedication made Maracanã the world’s biggest stadium, which was the stage of memorable matches that featured soccer artists like Pelé and Garrincha. It’s the true home of both Brazilian and world soccer. And what about Lapa’s Arches, one of the most famous and beloved constructions of the city, a path to the popular cable car of Santa Teresa.