You can find on this page of the map of Rio de Janeiro monuments and the map of Rio de Janeiro tourist buses. Rio de Janeiro is the most visited city in Brazil with 1.6 million foreigner tourists per year. Thanks to its numerous monuments, museums, sightseeings, landmarks and attractions, Rio de Janeiro is also the most visited city in Latin America.

Second largest city in Brazil after Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro is a metropolis with many monuments and attractions. Christ the Redeemer, dream beaches, the biggest carnival in the world... Rio is an exciting destination.

Rio de Janeiro Attractions Map

Rio de janeiro attractions map

In Rio de Janeiro you can visit:

  • museums: National Museum of Brazil
  • monuments: Statue of Christ the Redeemer
  • religious buildings: Cathedral of São Sebastião, Sao Bento Monastery
  • different attractions: Corcovado, Sugarloaf, Copacabana Beach, Ipanema Beach, Maracanã Stadium, Botanic Garden, Tijuca National Park, Sambodrome


There are many cultural and artistic monuments in Rio de Janeiro. Rio de Janeiro is an unmissable tourist center, with hundreds of interesting monuments to discover.

Here are some of Rio's must-see monuments:

  • Christ the Redeemer,
  • The statue of Fryderyk Chopin,
  • Olimpico Boulevard,
  • The Escadaria Selarón,
  • Sao Salvador Park,
  • The obelisk on Rio Branco Avenue,
  • Cais do Valongo,
  • Sao Jose Church,
  • The square of November 15 (Fifteen of Novembro).

Rio de Janeiro is also the city of Brazilian football, but also of the most famous carnival in the world!

Rio L'Open Tour Hop on Hop off Bus Map

Rio de janeiro bus tour

L’OpenTour Rio is an original way of visiting Rio de Janeiro and discover its monuments, museums, attractions. This service is proposed with open-top buses and offers 2 tourist tours and routes with commentary in 10 languages.

With the tourist bus L'Open Tour, you will visit the most emblematic places of Rio de Janeiro in about 2 hours.

The itinerary of the Open Tour bus will allow you to discover the most beautiful beaches of Rio de Janeiro: Leblon, Copacabana, Leme and Ipanema. 
Then you will go to the Urca district to see the impressive Sugar Loaf (a 400 meter high hill overlooking the Guanabara Bay).
You will also discover the historical center of Rio, passing by the metropolitan cathedral and the port area. The port area has totally changed since the Rio 2016 Olympic Games with new attractions : Port Maravilla, the Museum of Tomorrow or the Olympic Boulevard.
Finally, you can visit one of Rio's main historical arteries to reach the mythical Maracana Stadium, as well as other places of interest such as the Sambadrome, Quinta da Boa Vista or Corcovado train station.