Public Question Asked by Soluna Tours about Rio de Janeiro
When its the best time to get to Brazil and the better place. I'm interesting in learn more portuguese and play some bossanova song in Rio.
I have been on going for 4 years it's my dream will you help me? 11504(97269133) I live in Roatan Island Honduras email@example.com
The Best Answer
Answered by Lazaro Freitas , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio is music, beach and fun...
Bossa Nova is Rio's Institution...And there is also Samba...So many options for total fun! :)
Answered by Otavio Rubino , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
I adore to go to BIP BIP
Answered by Cristina Mitsu , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
All over Brazil is better to come in the summer
Answered by Amaral dos Santos , Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil
I like bossa nova in mistura fina
Answered by Rafael Torres , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
So there is nothing better than Rio, I will write to you and give you more ideas!
Answered by TOURGUIDEINBRAZIL , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
I agree with Rafael one of the interesting place to listen and play bossanova is Rio the best time to arrive is on summer where the Cariocas (people born in Rio) or locals are all day at the beaches , bars, the nightlife here is wonderful the bohemian neighborhood of Santa Teresa and Lapa and Copacabana full of people , wait you here !
Answered by Rafael Driendl , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
There is no doubt that Rio is the Capital of Bossa Nova. Actually it was born in here. There are plenty of places where you can go to listen, enjoy and even learn. An also, Rio is one of the most beautiful cities in the country, you won't regret.
Take care =)
Answered by RioPlus , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Best time to visit is April or September. Those are slow months in tourism and the weather is perfect! For Bossa Nova the best place is really Rio. Nowadays you can visit Lapa on the evenings and you`ll see a lot of clubs with bossa nova music. There is one in Ipanema called Vinicius specialized in bossa nova.Anyday of the week you`ll see great bossa nova bands or singers.
Answered by Gerson Freitas , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Well, right now we´re living the winter days, it´s not cold, but rains, and i think would be better after octuber, when the temperatures are higher than now, you can enjoy the beach and the parks, and travel around Rio, there´s others interesting beaches and cities near from here. About Bossa nova you can come and find good music, not everyday, but always happen concerts and there´s also bars with musiceans singing during the night, at Lapa, downtown, from thursday to saturday you´ll find every kinf of music, drinks and our culture...after octuber/november you can visit the SAMBA´s square, usually in the comunities, where you can sing and dance with a lot of fun...well, if you want, just contact me, and remember, the CARNAVAL, is in february just in the brzilian´s summer!!
Answered by Laura Taunay , Rio, Brazil
Hi, the best times to come to Rio is always, the weather is a good example, always good to come, specially in Rio de Janeiro, the birthplace of the bossa nova.. The best place to live here for me is Copacabana, there is everything here. Near of the downtown center. Good luck.
Answered by Barbara Ribeiro , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
You can learn portuguese in Wizard, they have portuguese for foreigners.
Answered by Lucy Bryson , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Hi, the best time to go to beautiful Rio depends on how hot you like the weather! In the summer, from December to March, is is very very hot, and this is also the busiest season with the most tourists, so the beaches are busier and prices are higher. However, this is also the best time for parties, with New Year, Carnival and so many other parties in between. The rest of the year it is quieter, and a little cooler, although there is plenty of opportunity to go to the beach at any time of year. Santa Teresa and Lapa are great places to hear samba and bossa nova, and you might even be able to join in at Bip Bip in Copacabana! Whenever and wherever you go, you will have a fantastic time :-)
Answered by Havelock "Jimmy" Campbell , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Best time? Always!
Best Place? Rio!
Y mas: para quién ya habla español, portugués es 'solo un dialecto'