"Foodies visiting Rio should break out of the standard tourist neighbourhoods of Ipanema and Leblon and hunt down Rio's wonderful markets. On Thursday mornings, head to Feira da Glória (Glória street market) and browse the stalls crammed full of exotic fruits (many vendors will offer you free samples), cheese and street food.
"Rio de Janeiro is a must see city if you go visit Brazil. Brazilians normally refer to it as “A Cidade Maravilhosa” which translates to “Marvelous City”, referring to its beautiful beaches, positive atmosphere, welcoming people and fun environment. The hot climate in Rio throughout the year allows locals and tourists to take part in outdoors activities at all times. As simple as going for a swim on Copacabana Beach or going skydiving at Pedra da Gavea, the opportuniti...
"Pao de Queijo, Biscoito Globo and Brigadeiro - those are just a few of many snacks that the Brazilian menu has to offer. Rio is rated as the second best city in Brazil for food. Every corner of Rio will provide you with some yummy food to taste. The best food in the city is in Zona Sul (South End), in which you can discover beautiful, cheap and delicious fare. If you are feeling like a big spender, go to Fasano Restaurante, or any other restaurant at the Viera Souto Avenue (y...