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Let me tell you how my love towards Rio De Janeiro began.
My sister is a huge travel addict, she travels as much as I do. The only difference between us is that she has more courage than I do when it comes to going to places without having actual concrete knowledge about them.
Regardless of the fact that Rio De Janeiro has always been one of the cities I would have loved to visit, I constantly fear being disappointed once arriving.
Last winter, my sister visited and the weather was extremely warm, as if it was still summer season. Eventually, when she came back, she was very satisfied with her stay in Rio that she didn’t even brag about her amazing suntan. She claimed that it was by far her favorite winter destination. The result of everything she talked about just made me more curious to visit Rio for myself and to live the same experience.
Even though she usually prefers enjoying the beach when there are few people around. She surprisingly loved busy Copacabana due to it’s stunning coastline landscape.
Another thing she loved about the city is how hospitable it was to its tourists. The locals were always delighted to provide help and guidance when she was lost.
It is well known that the bigger the city, the less friendly people get. Yet, surprisingly people approached her even though they knew she wad a foreigner.
According to my sister, the neighborhood she loved the most was Lapa describing it as Bohemian. I am pretty sure that it was because of the architecture, and the famous Arcos de Lapa. Furthermore, the neighborhood has a wide choice of restaurants.
Acros de Lapa – Rio De Janeiro
She went twice to the Nova Capela Restaurant because the first time she visited she loved it so much. Nova Capela serve traditional food with amazing quality and service. The second time she came back, the server even offered her a cup of wine on the house.
Another place she could not stop talking about is the Museum of Tomorrow. On the inside, you can gain insight of the Brazilian culture, its people and their history; Whereas on the outside, it is easily noticeable due to its special design by Santiago Calatrava.
Museum of Tomorrow – Rio De Janeiro