Since Rio de Janeiro is among the most famous travel destinations in the world, the city has plenty of great accommodation as well. The travelers have a choice of luxurious hotels, mid-range priced hotel rooms, guesthouses and boutique hotels, serviced apartments and hostels. All these accommodation places can be easily reached with the available economy car rental, provided by the numerous car rental companies that work and offer their services in the city. So, where to stay when visiting Rio de Janeiro? Let’s see the possibilities.
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Along with picking an affordable car hire, choosing one’s accommodation for a visit in Rio de Janeiro city is among the most important things that the holiday makers should decide upon. The things that travelers need to keep in mind is their budget, the purpose of the trip, the number of people traveling together and the type of accommodation that is required. As a rule, the best locations for a stay in Rio de Janeiro are in the Downtown zone and in the South Zone.
Copacabana – being the most famous area of Rio de Janeiro, it features plenty of bars, restaurants, hotels. It has all facilities needed, yet it is also a very populated area.
Ipanema and Leblon – they are among the most expensive areas of the country, since they offer the best beach in the south zone, and also the best restaurants and bars in Rio. They are not that crowded and are safer as well.
Favela – staying here is a unique experience revealing Real Rio. There are many hotels and hostels. The Favela do Vidigal is a great choice and community, with great views over the city.
Botafogo – placed very close to Copacabana beach, the Sugar Loaf Mountain, the statue of the Christ, and Lapa, this district comes with an excellent structure and is home to many tourist attractions such as Favela Santa Marta, cultural centers and museums. It comes with lower prices than areas like Copacabana, Leblon and Ipanema, and offers hostels and hotel options. Great night bars as well – Casa da Matriz and Bar Bukovsky.
Santa Teresa – often called the ‘Montmartre of Rio de Janeiro’, the neighborhood is set on hills, enjoying peaceful small town atmosphere. It has beautiful colonial houses, restaurants, museums. For this area, travelers definitely need holiday car hire, as most of the taxi drivers do not climb the neighborhood.
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