You know Rio's reputation for sexy? Well Galeao Airport, in Rio de Janeiro is the direct opposite...
From local cuisine to rock scrambling to hang gliding - here's much more to Rio than beaches.
A young English girl says what we're all thinking: That is the weirdest thing I've ever tasted.
Janis Joplin fell into the pool and The Rolling Stones loved the beds so much they tried to buy them: this is a hotel with serious cool cred.
A top-class travel package allows you to explore the legacy of the famed architect.
If you're heading to one of the world's greatest party cities, here are the 20 things you shouldn't miss.
Having a cocktail among the poorest of the poor in Rio has become a popular tourist experience.
Home to the biggest party on earth, the annual Carnival, Rio is a city that knows how to have fun. The host city for the 2016 Olympics, Rio offers spectacular beauty, world-famous beaches and a diverse multicultural society. In recent years, tours of the favela (slum) areas have become increasingly popular with visitors, offering a different perspective on the city from the glamour of Copacabana.