Rio is a city with more than six million inhabitants and with many natural wonders that captivate the visitor quickly.
The Olympic Games are over and what remains is the question whether Rio could benefit from them or not.
Several projects were undertaken to modernize infrastructure and improve public transport in order to ensure the smooth operation for this big event.
Now that everything is implemented, Rio de Janeiro received a new „face“. Slums were recovered, as the port, which is now one of the new tourist attractions with its many museums.
The bottom line is, however, that “the poor are still poor and the rich are a little less rich”.
Social inequality in Brazil is still very large, but the situation in the slums, which are now referred to as „poor communities“, has improved.
A few years ago, the government took over the control of these communities, installing pacifying police units (UPP) and launching several social projects. Today, tourists have the opportunity to visit these areas and see progress that was unthinkable just a while ago.
Tourism has grown enormously and guests are welcome in our city. The „Carioca“ loves serving people of different cultures and nationalities and to communicate with them. The exchange of information with these other cultures had a very positive impact on our country.
We wish you a pleasant stay.