Visit Rio’s Downtown area and learn about Brazil’s history
Get to know about the city's post-olympic legacy
Visit the latest Unesco World Heritage site in the city
Enter Museum of Tomorrow, the most visited museum in Brazil
Finish at Confeitaria Colombo, the famous art nouveau café
What's included, what's not
Guided half-day walking tour in Downtown Rio de Janeiro
Tickets to the Museum of Tomorrow
Professional guide with live tour commentary in English, Spanish & Portuguese
Hotel pick-up and drop-off from hotels in Copacabana, Ipanema, Leblon, Leme, and Barra da Tijuca
Comfortable air-conditioned van with maximum capacity of 19 passengers
All taxes, fees and handling charges
Food and Drinks (available for purchase at Confeitaria Colombo)
Service charge (optional)
What you can expect
From March 16th, 2020, visits to the Museum of Tomorrow are temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus.
Discover the best of Rio's past & future. Visit the Museum of Tomorrow, Olympic Boulevard, Valongo Wharf, Confeitaria Colombo, and more.
Walk along Rio’s Downtown area to learn more about Brazil’s history and the city’s post-olympic legacy. Visit the Valongo Wharf, the Olympic Boulevard (new harbour area) with the Kobra Mural and the Museum of Tomorrow, the Monastery of Saint Benedict, the Olympic Cauldron, Praça XV, and the Confeitaria Colombo(closed on Sundays).
Start at the Valongo Wharf - the latest Unesco World Heritage site in the city – and learn more about the African influence in Brazil.
Then head to the Kobra Mural – one of the largest graffiti walls in the world – created by Eduardo Kobra. Walk along the Olympic Boulevard towards the Museum of Tomorrow and admire its remarkable architecture. You will enter the most visited museum in Brazil!
Travel to the past in the Monastery of Saint Benedict, where you will admire the golden ornaments, a heritage from the Baroque period.
See Rio 2016 Olympic Cauldron and notice the reflective-kinetic-sphered-structure as a reminder of the Games.
At the Praça XV, you will see one of the former headquarters of the Brazilian empire and learn more about important facts of Brazilian history that happened in the area.
Finish at Confeitaria Colombo, a “must-see café” in all rankings around the world, decorated in art nouveau style.
- Multiple Locations Visited
- Rio de janeiro State of Rio de Janeiro 22640-100