Take an interest in the Samba march when you visit the Sambodromo da Marques de Sapucai. Oscar Niemeyer, a well known Brazilian Modernist craftsman, made the Sambodromo (introduced in 1984) for the primary Samba Parade. The parade is a piece of the well known Carnival of Rio de Janeiro. The Sambodromo (stadium) highlights Parading Avenue, partitioned by seats, where you can sit and watch the parade. In the event that you are on a constrained spending plan, exploit free seats situated on assigned strides in the grandstands (arquibancadas). In any case, in the event that you need good perspectives, purchase tickets for Sector 9 or the front boxes (frisas).
Rio de Janeiro and even Brazil are particularly well-known streets, where there is a very good Samba spirit, a good dance atmosphere, especially the liveliness here is very infectious.
Walking here, you can see many foreigners and tourists. The crowds are very large, the shops are super many, there are snack street and style street, it is worth visiting.
Samba Avenue, famous for its passion, romance, madness and amorous feelings, is perfect when it meets Samba Festival.
On such a big carnival, everyone was very open and had a good time. The whole Samba Avenue was crowded with performers and had a good time.
Close to the subway station, it's the largest Carnival in the world.
Unexpectedly, Samba Avenue is very close to the subway station, so it's very easy to find. But we must buy tickets in advance during the carnival. We came in such a hurry that we thought we could buy tickets on the spot. As a result, all the tickets were sold out. The tickets for cattle outside were so expensive that we could only regret missing them. But the whole Rio could feel the atmosphere. Bars and restaurants were very excited. From September, everyone was very excited. Start with carnival information on the official website.
When it comes to carnival, the oval auditorium is the most lively seat-grabbing holy place. All kinds of performances and carnivalries in the crowd, waving Brazilian star flags, floats parading in the main street with headlights, are very lively.
In late February, I came to Rio, just in time for Brazil's Samba Carnival. The local friends booked the stand tickets online. We came here in the evening to find a sea of people. Everyone was enthusiastic and shouted one after another. Although it was very lively, the carnival was very orderly. The organizers managed it well and had good guidance service and safety. Safeguard measures, but we still try to be careful, do not crowd into the crowd, but also take care of their bags, mobile phones and so on.
If you like to walk quietly, you can meet different needs. It seems that there are delicate shops everywhere in the leisurely streets.
Go for a walk, and you can walk once without knowing it.