Rio De Janeiro, BRAZIL — Walking Tour IPANEMA, Rodrigo de Freitas (Narrated)【4K】??

Welcome to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 🇧🇷 Today we are walking around Rio South Zone This is the Rodrigo de Freitas Lake
which It’s connected to the Atlantic Ocean This 5 miles pathway circling the lake
it’s used for walkers and cyclists every day It’s a natural lake surrounded with
vegetation and mountainous skyline Lagoa and Ipanema are upper class neighborhoods.
Rio has many realities and this is one of them We are now crossing the Avenue Epitácio Pessoa Bikes are available to hire at most points in Lagoa
and offer a great way to get around and explore This zone offers a wide range of restaurants
with international cuisines to choose from Most restaurants offer outdoor low tables and cushion
seating. Great for fondue and delicious caipirinhas The closest neighbourhood to Lagoa are Leblon,
Ipanema, Jardim Botânico and Copacabana We are now walking on Rua Maria Quitéria in Ipanema For those interested in Brazilian’s flora and
fauna this is a great place to do bird watching 🦜 This is a great zone for architecture’s lovers too This area it’s relaxed, elegant and very safe We are now crossing Rua Barão de Jaguaripe The South Zone of Rio de Janeiro is
where most tourists usually stay Most parts of the Zona Sul are easily accessible
by bus or metro from Centro or Zona Norte Rio de Janeiro was founded in 1565 by the
Portuguese as a fortification against French The Portuguese fought the French for 10 years
and both sides having rival native tribes as allies We are now crossing Rua Nascimento Silva Not sure if these public phones are
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Share your experience in the comments! We are now crossing Rua Redentor This little store on the left it’s a locksmith 🔑 That Square name is Plaza Nossa Senhora da Paz
You’ll find a nice walking tour on the channel We are now crossing Rua Barão da Torre There is a subway station in this square and
on Fridays there are local farmers fairs Brazil was first called Ilha de Vera Cruz
which means ‘Island of the True Cross’ but renamed to Terra de Santa Cruz or Land of the Holy
Cross upon realizing that Brazil was not an island 😅 The name Brazil comes from a very common tree
whose wood looks reddish like a Brasa (ember) Bradesco is one of the biggest banking
and financial services companies in Brazil 💰 We are now in Rua Visconde de Pirajá Just like Copacabana, the Ipanema
neighbourhood its parallel to the beach This street it’s great to enjoy walking around
and feeling the brazilian way of leaving 😎 You can have a juice in one of several juice bars
Try Acerola, Açai, pineapple sweet fruta do conde There are a number of glamorous shops, as well as jewellers and local and international fashion stores You should also visit its bookshops, some
of which include a great coffee service ☕️ The best coffee in the world is said to come from Brazil Brazil has been the world’s largest exporter
of coffee for more than 150 years ‘Cafézinho’ is a word that define more than a diminutive for coffee. It’s almost a synonym for welcome in Brazil The street Garcia D’Avila has several boutiques like Louis Vuitton but they are more expensive than europe or US If you enjoy shopping centres, the most well-known in this zone it’s called: Top Center Shopping Ipanema It’s located at the crossroad of Visconde de Pirajá and Aníbal de Mendonça Street. It’s a 24 stories high building Do you know how big it’s Brazil? To give you an idea, Brazil is about
92 times bigger than Portugal 🤯 All the countries of the European Union
could fit inside Brazil’s borders twice Brazil shares a border with all South American
countries except for Chile and Ecuador Brazil has 13 cities with over one million residents Brazil population is now estimated at 211,000,000
being the fifth most-populous country on Earth Brazil now has three time zones instead of four
They recently abolished one of its four time zones This is a strange place to build a building
it’s basically in the middle of the sidewalk 🤔 We are now crossing Rua Garcia d’Avila This it’s the 39th most expensive street in the world This store on the right, it’s a famous Brazilian luxury jewelry brand called H. Stern, founded in 1945 💎 The secrets of the process of jewellery making
can be experienced on a free guided tour This other Jewellery it’s Amsterdam Sauer
They have a museum with a big collection of gems Now that’s a crazy way to cross a street 😓 This supermarket it’s called Zona Sul (South Zone) Some of them offer self service breakfast and pizza The most popular surname in Brazil is Silva Brazil has more than 4,000 airports, more
than any other country other than the US 2.5 million Brazilians are of Japanese descent Manaus is located in the middle of the Amazon rainforest, but is home to more than 2.5 million people in Rio, It’s pretty common to see stores without doors Brazil is one of the world’s most biodiverse countries, with a total of four million plant and animal species The capital of Brazil is Brasilia, built in 1960 Soccer is the major religion in Brazil considering
its popularity and the passion of its fans We are now crossing Rua Aníbal de Mendonça the sign says that the temperature is -1°C (30.2°F)
but trust me, it’s a lot hotter than this ☀️ Rio has a privileged climate without great
extremes, pleasant for most of the year Did you see the Brazil’s flag? 🇧🇷 It says: Ordem e Progresso, which comes from
“Love by principle, order by base, progress by end” The green represents the forest, the blue, the sea, the white, the Amazon River and the yellow, the wealth and in its center floats a blue celestial globe Livraria da Travessa is a great bookstore with a
very good restaurant very popular among cariocas Be sure to subscribe to Wanna Walk
New walking tours around the world every week! If you enjoy this video, please share it on social media So is this zone safe for walking? Quick answer: yes. Rio Zona Sul is the
safest and with larger police presence 👮‍♂️ Ipanema, Copacabana, Leblon and Botafogo are
usually safe, even at night, just use common sense This store on the left it’s a Newsstand They offer many things, not only newspapers
You can buy water, toys, snacks, coffee, etc How to visit this zone? It’s pretty easy: Take the metro to General Osorio Station and exit straight out at the beginning of Rua Visconde de Pirajá Fuel up at Big Nectar right on the corner of the metro entrance and try any of the Brazilian salgados (snacks) be sure to order a cafézinho (little coffee) This monument it’s an Obelisk Officially called: Obelisco do Rio Cidade Ipanema
is better known now as ‘pirulito’ (lollipop) The circular area was once the
return place of the Ipanema tram We are now crossing Avenue Henrique Dumont He was a Brazilian engineer, big coffee
farmer and father of Alberto Santos-Dumont Alberto Santos Dumont is a national hero in Brazil he preceded the Wright brothers in
demonstrating a practical airplane Now countless roads, plazas, schools, monuments,
and even airports there are dedicated to him We now approach the southern limit of ipanema Be sure to share this video with your friends and
don’t forget to subscribe for more walking tours We are close to Leblon’s neighborhood now But we will visit it in a next video walk 😉 We are now aproaching to Rua Epitácio Pessoa He was President of Brazil between 1919 and 1922 This is the Farmer’s Market Here you’ll find a wide variety of local foods including exotic fruits, fish, meat, cheese, desserts and more There is a walking tour showing all details and
info on the channel, be sure to watch it later You don’t usually see tourists here, just Cariocas This is a great place to try many exotic vegetables
and fruits that we just don’t see in other countries This place gives you a feeling of almost total
immersion into the rhythm and culture of Rio This moving farmer’s market called “Feira” (Fair) is
held most weekdays at various locations around Rio Friendly vendors will chase you down yelling “tente isso!” (try this!), with a fruit and a big knife in hand 😀 Everything is worth trying; it’s as fresh as you can get Try exotic fruits like fruta de conde,
atemoya, or jabuticaba, açai, and more Feira starts early in the morning, and runs until early afternoon. Everybody here is friendly and respectful Feel free to sample, but don’t take advantage
Sampling is also a way to find the best of the best The best option is Fridays in Ipanema. All you need to do is ask “feira de Ipanema no praça da Senhora da Paz” if you have enjoyed this video, please share
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comment what do you think about Rio De Janeiro! I especially want to thank to Joel D
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