(or, as Brazilians call it Reveillon. ) As the north hemisphere is freezing, the beaches of Rio are warm … and also the guys are hot! This guide for 2020 is divided in to three sections: getting here, enjoying brand New Years Eve on Copacabana beach, and locating the most useful parties that are gay.
Getting Here / Places to keep
We advice you fly down in belated December and invest a week Rio that is discovering de. (prices for the high season start on routes departing after December 27. ) To book a global journey to Rio, the most effective sites are:
- LAN / TAM Airlines (direct from flight)
- Iberia (direct through the flight, European countries to Brazil)
When in Rio, you’ll need an accepted destination to remain. Ipanema Beach is when the men are. Copacabana is amazing also. Have a look at our selection of the LGBT that is best friendly resort hotels and flats in homosexual Rio.
For the plane drive down, select a copy up of Lonely Planet Rio de Janeiro, the greatest English language guide to the town. (United States citizens may also have to submit an application for a Visa to enter Brazil. Americans won’t manage to board their routes without one. )
Free and fabulous! The sands of Copacabana (and neighboring Ipanema) would be the spot to be this time around of the year. The latest Year’s Eve tradition is always to wear white and pay tribute to Iemanja, water goddess in the center of Brazil’s Candomble faith. Continue reading “Year Rio de Janeiro is one of the best places in the world to ring in the New”