The Copacabana beach is probably the most famous beach in Brazil, and why not, the world. But what makes this beach are so famous? First, it is one of the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, the marvelous city, home to the Christ Redeemer, symbol of Brazil. But besides that, Copacabana is a wide beach 4 km long, framed by the hills of Rio de Janeiro and where millions of Cariocas (Rio residents) attend enjoy what Brazilians want most: beach, sun, beer and beautiful women in bikinis.
It is certainly one of the most popular beaches in Brazil, and therefore has all the necessary infrastructure to serve many customers. Restaurants, pubs, street vendors, countless beach volleyball courts, and a unique vortex makes Copacabana in New York to the beaches, where everything happens, where the Cariocas socialize, live and enjoy the beauty of its waters.
Steeped in the rhythm of Samba, Copacabana beach is presented as the ideal way to meet and make contact with Brazilians. And of course, when the sun goes down or when it is too strong, you can visit all the tourist attractions that Rio de Janeiro offers: Christ the Redeemer, the Botanical Gardens, the legendary Maracana stadium and more.
HOTELS AND FLIGHTS – HOW TO GET AND WHERE TO STAY
Getting to Copacabana is quite simple: most of the world’s cities have a direct connection with Rio de Janeiro, and once there, we’re in Copacabana.
Otherwise, there are several daily flights between Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, which can be used to get to Copacabana.
The 4 kms from Copacabana Beach are crowded hotel options of all kinds, of which more than 20 of them are 5 stars, of which the most famous is the Copacabana Palace.
Further from the beach you can find famous inns and l