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Rio de Janeiro is called as 'Cidade Marvilhosa', or the Marvellous City. The city's series of symbols rank as some of the greatest landmarks in the world. Though Rio seems squeezed between the mountains and the sea, every bit of majestic detail out along the coast is highly spellbinding.

The eclectic art and culture team up at the many museums and galleries of the city. Two of the best beaches - Ipanema and Copacabana are blessed with crystal white sand beaches, bordered with azure cobalt waters. Bask in the sun or enjoy surfing in the blue ocean. This city surely has something for everyone. Grab the best bargain deals or feast over a sumptuous Brazilian food offered at affordable prices.

Enter your travel dates and allow Crystal Travel to list down multiple airlines offering the best price guaranteed to suit your budget. Flights to Rio de Janeiro land at the Rio de Janeiro/Galeão - Antônio Carlos Jobim International Airport (GIG) that serves as the renowned airport of the city. After collecting your luggage, rent a cab to your desired hotel. At Crystal Travel you are not only offered the most excellent aid for your travel needs, but even save your money availing exciting offers and top deals. Search today for cheapest airfares, low cost hotels and other travel deals.

The best time to visit Rio de Janeiro is between December and March when the climate is sunny and warm enough to hit and beaches. The city's captivating panoramic view and haunting samba beat keeps resounding year-round; but come February and March, the carnival celebrations begin with an uproar.

Rio de Janeiro is filled with numerous museums including the Museum of Modern Art, the Imperial Museum of Brazil and the Museu Nacional d Belas Artes. One of the finest places to visit while touring the city is the Tijuca National Park. This urban forest is the largest in the world that covers an area of 32 square kilometres.

Hikers love to grab a map and follow the trail up the Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) statue. This iconic statue watches over the marvellous city of Rio de Janerio which is the second largest statue of Jesus in the world.

When you start planning your trip to Brazil, you will explore that there are endless excursions to choose among. From Copacabana Beach to the Sugarloaf Mountain, the list is endless and vast. Take a walk on the world famous steps, the Escadaria Selaron, created by a local artist. No matter what you decide, the fun goes on till you give up.

The culinary scene of Rio de Janeiro is full of intense flavours, spices and a fusion of various indigenous meals introduced by the African slaves and Portuguese colonisers.

Among the typical dishes of the Carioca cuisine, the Feijoada is considered a national dish that is cooked with black beans and pork. A delicacy that is very traditional and well-admired is the 'churrasco' which is served with roasted meat in a ground pit. Another famous dish is the 'Leao Veloso', a broth with shrimp heads and fish.

During warm summers, the locals usually drink coconut water when they leisure out on the beach. There are several dining options in Rio de Janeiro, but a restaurant that people love is the Porcado, located on the beach of Aterro do Flamengo. Carretao is another cheaper option where you can savour the typical Brazilian speciality with amazing quality and choicest ingredients.

Rio shopping is highly famous for its incomparable beachwear and gemstone jewellery. If you are planning to go to Minas Gerais, get your jewellery from there; or you can stick with shops that have the quality and authenticity. Other good local buys include shoes, arts and crafts, coffee, local music, summer clothing and lot of low-quality merchandise.

Another dynamic district is Ipanema, Rio's most fashionable district. Many exclusive boutiques are housed in the arcades alongside Visconde de Piraja. Copacabana has souvenir shops along Avenida Nossa and the other connecting streets. For cheap fashion items, head to the maze of shopping streets

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