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Come and be touched: look into the eyes of the greatest predator of the seas, they will lay you down; watch the dolphins play together and enjoy the reef fish.
The largest aquarium in South America, with 4.5 million liters of water and 5 thousand inhabitants of 350 species from Brazil and the world are waiting for you!
The city of Rio de Janeiro, with a natural vocation for tourism connected to the sea, has long deserved a Marine Aquarium of international public visitation.
The Tour takes place twice a day, in the morning and in the afternoon.
Experience one of the biggest parties in the world with this ticket to the Champion’s Parade after Carnival. Watch as the top six samba schools celebrate their winning movies in full costume. Dance the night away with the schools and finish in the early hours of Sunday morning where you can head over to watch the sunrise.
Get an inside glimpse into Brazil’s most iconic stadium by booking your admission ticket to Maracanã Stadium in advance, an activity guaranteed to appeal to football fans. Opt to explore the venue, which has played host to football matches during the World Cup and Olympics, independently or on an hourly guided tour. Visit the locker room and press conference room, step onto the pitch, and admire trophies and artifacts that pay testament to the stadium’s history.
The Museums promotes a transversal reading of the city's history, its social fabric, its symbolic life, conflicts, contradictions, challenges and social expectations. Its exhibitions combine historical and contemporary dimensions of art through national and international shows of long and short duration.
With your ticket at Morro da Urca, you visit and have access to the Praça dos Bondes - which displays the two previous generations of the Sugar Loaf Cable Car and the life-size bronze sculptures of those responsible for the creation and implementation of each one - Augusto Ferreira Ramos and Christopher Leite de Castro and; Cocuruto - a place that tells the story of the Sugar Loaf Cable Car, inaugurated over 100 years ago, with exhibitions of images, projections, machinery and objects that marked the trajectory of the 1st Brazilian cable car and the oldest in operation in the world. At some times of the year, the space hosts temporary exhibitions. The park has preferential access, lift platform, adapted toilets and ramps, making tourism accessible for wheelchair users and people with reduced mobility.
As you can imagine, the largest aquarium in South America attracts crowds that pay testament to its popularity. Don’t waste time waiting in line with an early-access AquaRio entrance ticket, which allows you to enter the aquarium 30 minutes before it opens to the public. Stay ahead of the crowds as you discover 28 enclosures, a shark tunnel, and a surf museum in relative solitude.
Attend a soccer match in Rio during your stay. With a local guide, join the thousands of enthusiastic fans at one of the city's stadiums to cheer on a local team. Learn the local cheers and fight songs and get informative commentary from your guide on the history and traditions of 'futbol' in Rio. This experience includes a general admission ticket and round-trip transportation from your hotel.
The visit to the city of Petrópolis is a dip in our history.
Known as the summer resort town of the royal family, Petrópolis is home to a cultural heritage of great importance to our country.
The Imperial Museum is the most important point of visitation, where you will be able to see all the furniture, works of art, clothes, jewelry and accessories used by the royal family. The city is quite charming and its cold climate attracts tourists from all over the world.
If you’re interested in the future of planet Earth, the Museum of Tomorrow in Rio de Janeiro is a must-visit museum. Housed in an ultra-modern building that overlooks Guanabara Bay, the museum explores sustainability and ecology through a series of interactive exhibits. Booking your admission ticket in advance means that you’ll bypass lines at the entrance kiosk and get straight inside the future-focused museum.
A perfect option for rainy and cloudy days, with panorama of the architectural design of the historical center of Rio, incredible to see the contrast between the modernity of the streets and classic buildings.
Experienced guides with extensive knowledge of art and architecture.
Taste the flavors of Brazil: Coffee, chocolate, cachaça, while interacting with the history of the city.
Discover the one-time important military fortress, the Fort of Copacabana, without the stress of navigating public transit or taxis. This small-group tour (maximum 15) takes you past Copacabana Beach to the fort where you can enjoy great views while learning about the history of the city. You are free to explore independently before being picked up.
Time travel to the future during this flexible-length guided tour and transfer to Rio de Janeiro’s brand-new Museum of Tomorrow. Admire the eye-catching design of this ‘experimental museum’ (the building was designed by ‘starchitect’ Santiago Calatrava) discovering a range of exhibits covering topics including environmental sustainability, science, art, technology and culture. A range of on-site amenities including gardens, cycling paths and a reflection pool add to the atmosphere. A guide, entrance fee and round-trip hotel transport are covered.
Visit the oldest zoo in the country, RioZoo, with no queue access. Located in Quinta da Boa Vista Park, RioZoo is in the former residence of the Portuguese imperial family.
With a guide, spend up to 6 hours discovering the animal exhibits and zoo attractions such as Playzone, climbing wall and zip line.
The Museu de Arte do Rio (MAR) is devoted to Rio’s art, history, and culture; housed in the Dom João VI Palace in the Praça Mauá district. This admission ticket offers flexible entrance to the museum, so you can visit at a time that suits you and spend as long as you like inside. During your visit, enjoy the Samba exhibitions, admire art by local artists, and take in the spectacular views from the top floor.
The complete City Tour is the most classic ride in Rio de Janeiro. Throughout the day we will visit the most important and emblematic points of the city.
During this comprehensive 8-hour tour. With a local guide, visit Copacabana beach, Botafogo beach and Guanabara Palace. Travel through the Tijuca Forest, stopping at Paineiras on the way up Corcovado to see the Christ the Redeemer statue. Take the cable car from Urca up to the top of Sugar Loaf Mountain, then eat lunch at one of the city's best steakhouses before visits to Maracanã Stadium and the Sambadrome.
Discover the nearby city of Niterói, on the other side of Guanabara Bay, during this 5-hour tour from Rio de Janeiro. With your local guide, explore the history, culture and architecture of the city, including the largest number of signed works by famous architect Oscar Niemeyer. Visit the Niterói Contemporary Art Museum, which houses one of the largest collections of contemporary art in Brazil. Stop by some of the city's municipal buildings, such as the Popular Theater of Niterói and the Memory Hall Roberto Silveira. Round-trip transportation from Rio hotels is included.
- The Museum of Tomorrow is a museum built in the municipality of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The building, designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, was erected next to Plaza Mauá, in the port area. Its construction was supported by the Roberto Marinho Foundation and had a total cost of approximately 230 million reais.
The Tomorrow's Museum is a new kind of science museum where you are invited to examine the past, see the current transformations and imagine possible scenarios for the next 50 years, through immersive audiovisual environments, interactive facilities and games available to the public in Portuguese, English and Spanish. The museum is a space for accelerating ideas with educational activities, a Laboratory of experiences in innovation, an Observatory and services for the public: cafeteria, restaurant and shop.
Save time waiting in long ticket lines and avoid the hassle of Rio’s public transport with this two-in-one package. Rio de Janeiro Marine Aquarium, aka AquaRio, ranks as the largest aquarium in South America and one of Rio de Janeiro’s most popular family attractions. Visit with plenty of time to explore the interactive exhibits. Transfers from South Zone and downtown hotels make it easy.
This tour is a full day in Rio is a complete city tour to visit the main touristic attractions of that city such as Christ the Redeemer, Sugar Loaf, Maracanã Stadium (external), Sambódromo and Metropolitan Cathedral of Rio de Janeiro, besides, the tour offers Free Buffet Lunch in Lapa, the most bohemian neighborhood of the city.
View Brazil’s foremost 20th-century artists with skip-the-line admission to the Museum of Modern Art (Museu de Arte Moderna) of Rio de Janeiro. A professional guide points out the landmark building designed by Modernist architect Affonso Eduardo Reidy and landscape envisioned by Roberto Burle Marx. Containing more than 15,000 works of art, the MAM collection of sculptures and paintings includes internationally renowned Latin American and European artists. Beat the crowds and relax with a convenient hotel or cruise port transfer to the museum in Flamengo Park.
The Corcovado Train is the most visited tourist spot in the Marvelous City and known worldwide.
Sugar Loaf Mountain is one of the most important landmarks of Rio de Janeiro, formed by the Morro da Babilônia, Urca and the Sugar Loaf Mountain connected by the Cable Car, which allow visitors to discover new angles of the city up to 396 meters above sea level.
A few words about us ...
The Jerusalem Cultural Center (CCJ) promotes a cross-sectional reading of the history of the city of Jerusalem. Its social fabric, its symbolic life, conflicts, contradictions, challenges and social expectations. Its exhibits unite historical dimensions by means of long and short shows, nationally and internationally.
The CCJ has activities that involve collecting, registering, researching, preserving and returning cultural goods to the community - in the form of textual, bibliographical and iconographic exhibitions. With its own collection - already in the process of formation through acquisitions and donations corresponding to its agenda - CCJ also has loans for works from the Israeli embassy to carry out its program.
The CCJ, inaugurated in May 2008, functions as a proactive space to support education and cultural development in Rio de Janeiro. Built to discuss art, image culture, education and curatorial practices.