70 Stunningly Beautiful Images From Rio De Janeiro's Carnival

70 Stunningly Beautiful Images From Rio De Janeiro's Carnival

Cant wait to return to Rio and experience carnival! - 70 Stunningly Beautiful Images From Rio De Janeiro's Carnival

Have you ever seen beauty in motion? Ever heard the sound of color and excitement? The Rio Carnival will be the reason you answer "yes!"

Brazil is quite capable of enjoying stunning carnivals and parties on its own, but with the FIFA World Cup 2014 less than 12 months away

Ana Maria Tavarez reacts after being crowned the Tenerife Carnival Queen 2009 during a carnival gala in Santa Cruz de Tenerife on the Spanish Canary Island of Tenerife, late February 18, 2009. (REUTERS/Santiago Ferrero) #

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huntress inspiration - Ana Maria Tavarez reacts after being crowned the Tenerife Carnival Queen 2009 during a carnival gala in Santa Cruz de Tenerife on the Spanish Canary Island of Tenerife, late February (REUTERS/Santiago Ferrero) #

Rio is truly a magical city; known for its Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, the Christ the Redeemer statue atop Mt. Corcovado, Sugarloaf Mountain, and its Carnival festival, the seaside city is lively, to say the least! I’ve compiled a guide based off the things I loved, and suggestions I got from readers all over the world!

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Rio is truly a magical city; known for its Copacabana and Ipanema beaches. Here are the best places to stop for your weekend in South America.

Sun, samba, capirinhas and pickpockets. Here's what to expect from a week at carnivial in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Tips for Carnival including: staying safe, where to stay, favourite blocos and facilities. Also, should you visit attractions in Rio during Carnival.:

What to Expect from Carnival in Rio de Janeiro

You can join our Volunteer in Brazil programme and help out with carnival costumes! Here's some tips on what to expect from going to Carnival in Rio.

Rio Carnival takes place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and is considered the biggest carnival in the world. Over two million people per day enjoy the festival from the streets and the beaches of Rio. Audley Traveler Adam was able to attend the festivities this year and has shared with us these photos of his Rio Carnival experience

Rio Carnival Celebrations & Colonial Paraty

Enjoy Brazil's famous carnivals in Rio & explore colonial Paratay - just one of Audley's inspiring itinerary ideas.

Go to Carnival in Rio, everything about it looks like so much fun I just want to be a part of it.

Rio Carnival is considered the largest in the world. See incredible samba queens and a rainbow of colour fill the streets. It would be so cool to go to Carnival and,be in a parade.

Sambódromo da Marquês de Sapucaí in Rio de Janeiro, RJ  Rio Carnival, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Dating back to the early 18th century, this massive street parade sees 2 million people per day take to the streets in elaborate samba parades.

Sambódromo da Marquês de Sapucaí in Rio de Janeiro, RJ Rio Carnival, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Dating back to the early 18th century, this massive street parade sees 2 million people per day take to the streets in elaborate samba parades.

carnival in Rio, Brazil.  I got to be a part of Carnival in Aruba- it was so fun!

Dating back to the early century, this massive street parade sees 2 million people per day take to the streets in elaborate samba parades.

Samba School Parade in Sambadrome - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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WHAT: Carnival WHERE: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil WHEN: February-March WHY: Celebrating the beginning of Lent, the Rio Carnival is considered the largest in the world with 2 million people per day flooding the streets. Colour, music, Samba and a party atmosphere.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Celebrating the beginning of Lent, the Rio Carnival is considered the largest in the world with 2 million people per day flooding the streets. Colour, music, Samba and a party atmosphere.

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