Ghé thăm Rio – Những điều cần biết Trước Chuyến thăm Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Tham quan Rio de Janeiro và không chắc chắn mong đợi gì? Trong video này, chúng tôi đi qua những điều cơ bản về những gì du khách và khách du lịch nên biết trước khi họ …




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  1. Be aware of your surroundings and don't look flashy and you'll be fine in Rio. Bring a day pack, and always keep your wallet and phone in there (only carry enough cash for your daily needs.) and carry a second wallet with nothing inside to hand over if someone asks for it.

  2. 1 – The service charge is optional, but it is usual.
    2 – Rio de Janeiro is warm all year around. Bring clothes for it.
    3 – In touristic points as Ipanema and Copacabana you can walk around without worrying about violence. Be careful and happy.
    4 – The new plug is a peace of Sh**.
    5 – Fancy clothes in Rio are necessary. Shorts and flip flops are the best. We don't care about you Dolce Gabbana.
    6 – Iphone is the new god in Brazil (the most expensive in the world). Be careful.
    7 – Brazilian Workers are honest but you need to ask the price. Negotiation is the key world.
    8 – Our traditional food is: Rice, beans, french fries, steak and salad. Try it. It is the best food in the world.

  3. Just got back from Rio De Janeiro….what an incredible experience!!! The city is so beautiful and the people are so welcoming and friendly. Yes there are certain safety precautions you should take, but don't let that deter you from going. It really is an amazing place that is unlike anywhere else in the world.

    Be sure to try the delicious food, go to Pao De Acucar, SMILE, and talk to the locals. Learn some Portuguese and most of all, RELAX. Just use some common sense and relax…you will have a great time.

    I love Brazil so much now and can't wait to go back.

  4. Party in Lapa District. This is mandatory. I mean it.
    It stays "open" all night, it has a lot of music, food and alcohol. Don't dress fancy or check your phone every 2 seconds because it is a dangerous district. However don't let that scare you. I've had the most fun in my life there. 😀

  5. Been to Rio and stayed in Rio the last time almost a month. Here are a few things that a visitor must know of Rio that you didn't cover in this video.
    1-Driving is not something that you want to do in Rio specially if you aren't used to driving a manual car. 2-Drink a gallon of patience juice even for the most mundane and easiest things that we take for granted in the developed world in Brasil they figure a way to make it super difficult.3-The water just about anywhere is very safe to drink4-Ask the prices of anything before you agree to buy anything because if any business owner get wind of you being tourist, you'll be taken advantage of.5-Eating at places by the kilo or livre are the best places where you can find good food at relative good prices. 6-In Brasil the nastiest thing to eat really is every part of pig or cow no bug eating anywhere there. 7-The bay that Rio is at reeks horribly and is dotted with rusty ships that have capsized. It's the most horrendous thing ever. 8-Adapt quickly to the art of negotiating and do not just hand over cash if you want something …..going back to my early point if the business sees you as a tourist -you as a tourist can walk away from anything or price you don't like.9-Even if there is military police around don't ever think that you're safe (I was robbed within 100 meters of 15 pms) 10-Brasilians in general are very giving and will try everything to befriend you, so be welcoming with caution not to be taken advantage of.

  6. Nice! I'm from Brazil. you forgot to mantion another nice place to go to: "Parque Lage" (it's beautiful to go there on weekend mornings and it's on the same street at Jardim botanico).
    another good museum (the most visited there and one of the most visited in the world is: CCBB – it's downtown).
    "Abraços"! (XOXO from Brazil).

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