Housed in an electric-blue colonial building in Rio's docklands, Trapiche Gamboa is the place to come if you want to hear ... More
Housed in an electric-blue colonial building in Rio's docklands, Trapiche Gamboa is the place to come if you want to hear excellent live samba in unpretentious surroundings. The live music here has been voted the best in Rio by local press, and you'd be hard pressed to find a livelier crowd. As well as the chance to strut your stuff with the locals, Trapiche Gamboa offers a good selection of meals and snacks – including very good crab cakes and an excellent caldo de feijao (bean soup). Don't miss the caipirinhas – sugar cane rum mixed with everything from lime to strawberry, passionfruit or tamarind. - Lucy Bryson
The Rio Yacht Club is a highly exclusive, members only, coconut tree filled paradise. There is a first class restaurant,
a beautiful swimming pool and a very elegant bar. The focus here is water sports, with fishing, diving and ...
One of the most famous bars in Rio where Vinicius de Morais and Tom Jobim two well known Brazilian songwriters
wrote one of Brazil's most well known song, "Girl from Ipanema". This song was inspired by a girl who ...
Minors under age 18 must be accompanied by at least one parent, and present official ID, to check in. If
a minor is traveling without parents, a responsible person named by parents must present parent's written authorization, complete with ...