Rio de Janeiro is one of those places you want to go to at least once in your life.
If you missed the World Cup or would like to come back for more, the Rio 2016 Olympic Games is the best opportunity ever.
We know everything about Rio de Janeiro and will create a Rio 2016 Olympic Games Vacation Package to fit your idea of a dream holiday.
Just tell us what competitions you would like to see, your particular interests, desires and availability and we will advise you on the best things to see and do.
You won´t need to worry about anything.
Leave the logistics with us.
The most engaging sports event in the world brings different sports to the public eye and inspires people all around the world to start practicing.
Come and see for yourself.
Request your Rio 2016 Vacation Package Rio 2016 Olympic Games Dates Opening ceremony – Friday 5th August 2016 Closing Ceremony – Sunday 21st August 2016 Paralympic sports – Wednesday 7th to Sunday 18th September 2016 Rio 2016 Olympic Games Infra-Structure The 2014 World Cup proved a great test of Rio de Janeiro’s infra-structure.
All went well without any incidents.
Visitors were ecstatic with the atmosphere and left with a promise to come back.
The Olympic Games will be even more of a challenge for Rio city, with so many different venues and sports.
Amongst the changes to be made are new train, metro and tram lines and the purification of a couple of lakes and Rio´s Guanabara Bay.
But all is going according to schedule and the Rio 2016 Olympic Games promises to be another success story.
2016 Olympic Games Venues Most competitions will take place in Rio de Janeiro city, except for the football matches which will also take place in Salvador, São Paulo, Brasília and Belo Horizonte.
All in the same stadiums used during the Brazil 2014 World Cup.
Within Rio de Janeiro, there will be 4 different zones: Barra, Deodoro, Copacabana and Maracanã.
Each area will have different venues that will hold the competitions.
All 4 zones listed above are located within what is called Zona Sul of Rio de Janeiro city.
This is where the best hotels, bars, restaurants and beaches are.
Let us know what competitions you want to see and we will arrange everything for you.
Request your Rio 2016 Vacation Package Rio 2016 Olympic Games Packages Rio 2016 Olympic Games Hotels There are many hotels of all kinds and for all budgets in Rio de Janeiro.
We have partnership with the best of them and can advise you on the perfect place for you to stay during the Olympic Games.
If you are coming all the way to Brazil, you may like to take a few (or more) days to visit other destinations.
There are so many options to choose from, some closer and easier to get to than others.
We can give you expert advice on what you can do and where you can go depending on how long you are planning to stay.
For instance, if you have 7 days, we may recommend a couple of day trips or a night away in one of the great beaches not more than two hours away, within Rio de Janeiro state (Búzios, Ilha Grande, Paraty).
If you have 10 days, you may like to add Iguassu Falls or Salvador.
If you have 14 days, you can also go to the Amazon, the Pantanal or Fernando de Noronha.
Brazil is a huge country. Use our expert knowledge to organize the logistics of your Brazil 2016 Olimpycs trip.
Request your Rio 2016 Vacation Package Sports There will be over 30 Sports played during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, amongst these are aquatics (swimming and diving), archery, athletics (or “track and field”), badminton, basketball, boxing, canoe and kayak, cycling, equestrian, fencing, football, gymnastics, handball, hockey, judo, pentathlon, rowing, sailing, shooting, table tennis, taekwondo, tennis, triathlon, volleyball, weightlifting and wrestling and few others.
We can design a Rio 2016 Olympic Games vacation package just for you with all the competitions you want to see and suggestions for other destinations to visit, based on your availability.
Request your Rio 2016 Vacation Package Rio de Janeiro Transport Rio de Janeiro is a big city spread over a large coastal area.
The city is divided into South and North zones.
Rio de Janeiro´s underground network is not very big, but it takes you to many touristic attractions and runs from very early in the morning until late at night.
It is probably the best way to get around in Rio de Janeiro.
Besides the lines that are already running, there are a number of new rail, metro and BRT lines under construction at the moment.
These should take you right into the Olympic areas.
Although slightly more expensive, taxis are an easy option of transport since they can use the bus-only lanes.
Use only official taxis (yellow with a blue line).
For your peace of mind, we can arrange transfers with or without guides (in any language) to and from hotels as well as to all competitions and city attractions.
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