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  • 1

    Ipanema Beach

    4.5
    105 reviews

    Ipanema Beach is marked by the two mountains ("Two Brothers") stretched out on one side of the beach. The beach is also distinct for its laid back and upscale atmosphere.

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  • 2

    Christ the Redeemer

    5
    82 reviews

    Rio's classic. You can view most of the city from here. The only problem is that it is too crowded.

    Popular withDesignFamiliesLocal
  • 3

    Copacabana

    4.5
    86 reviews

    fifa fan fest is a great place to drink some vodka, meet some people, pull some girls and take cool pictures, lots of good energy and good vibes.

    Popular withOutdoorLocalBackpackers
  • 4

    Sugar Loaf Mountain (Pao de Acucar)

    5
    73 reviews

    Amazing! Loved it!!! the views of Rio are just breath taking...this is a must see. Again, skip the tours and just take a taxi there, you can go online and read the history of it. The tours are a rip off. We just took a taxi, went up in the cable car, took a ton of pics then went to ...

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  • 5

    Puerto Madero

    4.5
    74 reviews

    An interesting conversion of the former docks. Found it a bit soulless in places but discovered a good ice cream parlour there.

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  • 6

    Recoleta Cemetery

    4
    68 reviews

    Recoleta is a highlight of Argentina. The stone cemetery is a stunning city of the dead - above ground monuments line rows and rows of aisles. Things to note: Evita's tomb is here, but it's not one of the decorative, elaborate sites. A simple family tomb (her family, not her husbands) is where she is interred. In the summer, the ...

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 7

    Parque Ibirapuera

    4.5
    55 reviews

    I found the Parque Ibirapuera a good place to run. It's large, has trails, and lots of people out enjoying themselves.

    Popular withFamiliesGreenOutdoor
  • 8

    Iguaçu Falls

    5
    49 reviews

    As the Queen of England said upon visiting Iguazu Falls. "Poor Niagra." With Niagra falls being the most impressive falls I had seen until prior to Iguazu, I completely can relate to the Queen's sentiment. Iguazu makes Niagra look like water dripping from a sink faucet. The falls are so vast and so beautiful and even the smaller falls are ...

    Popular withOutdoorGreenFamilies
  • 9

    Leblon

    4.5
    44 reviews

    Didn't find any Leblon Cachaca here! Oh, oops that's probably a brand that's sold in the States! This beach is a lot more low key, housing may be cheaper here as well. Ideal spot for seclusion.

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  • 10

    Caminito, Buenos Aires

    4
    49 reviews

    El Caminito (Little Lane) is La Boca's most colorful street. I really enjoyed the walking this street lines with restaurants, arts-and-crafts shops, museums, and gift shops. This is a must-see!!

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  • 11

    San Telmo

    4
    46 reviews

    San Telmo is an old aristocratic area of the city. The wealthy deserted it in the XIXth century after an epidemic and took refuge onto the slightly higher ground of Recoleta where the apartment is. Over the past Decade or so, San Telmo has become increasingly fashionable so old houses are being restored, antique stores are being replaced with clothing ...

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  • 12

    Mercado Municipal Paulistano

    5
    34 reviews

    Uma das melhores atrações da cidade. Comida e bebida de primeira! O sanduíche de mortadela é imperdível.

    Popular withLocalFoodiesFamilies
  • 13

    The Sacred Valley of the Incas

    5
    34 reviews

    Sky scraping valleys, the Urubamba River, corn fields, Inca ruins, charming roadside villages, lush forests, tropical flowers, bright colored textiles. A very memorable journey. Whether it was by train or car, I enjoyed looking out the window, as the trees, people, and places passed by me, full of color and life.

    Popular withHistoryLocalAdventure
  • 14

    Casa Rosada

    4
    47 reviews

    Argentina's presidential palace. Literally "The Pink House". Worth a walk by and the surrounding area is full of history and charm.

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  • 15

    Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas

    4.5
    34 reviews

    Good Restaurants, incredible visual, good for a bike ride, just two blocks walking from the property!!!

    Popular withLocalFamiliesNightlife
  • 16

    Iguaçu National Park

    5
    30 reviews

    Great experience ;)

    Popular withOutdoorFamilies
  • 17

    The Inca Trail

    5
    29 reviews

    What a journey, four days & 40+ km of trekking, I really enjoyed this experience. The altitude at times made this tough going but the trail itself is exceptional. Camping outdoors, awoken every morning with a cup of cocoa tea, this was an experience I'll never forget. It really showcases the natural beauty of Peru, from snow capped Mountains to ...

    Popular withOutdoorAdventureBackpackers
  • 18

    City of Cuzco Historic Center

    4.5
    33 reviews

    Cusco is a back packers paradise with affordable accommodations, street bazaars, a multitude of ancient sites and reconstructed sites to see as well as very friendly locals. It is the best staging point for treks, adventure and site seeing.

    Popular withHistoryLocalBackpackers
  • 19

    Miraflores

    4.5
    32 reviews

    This fun and exciting neighbourhood in Lima is a great place to visit. Narrow streets, plenty of places to eat and explore.

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  • 20

    Carioca Aqueduct

    4
    35 reviews

    The streets of Lapa alive at night; music, dancing, drinking. Felt a lot like Notting Hill Carnival, keep your wits about you.

    Popular withLocalOutdoorNightlife
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