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We stayed at a hotel that is right on the edge of this beach. We walked up and down many many times and likes it every time. It was crowded but there was plenty of room for everybody. The water was very refreshing.
Whether you walk along it, cycle along it, lay on it, swim from it, play on it, sunbathe on it, drink and eat by it or watch others improve their beach volleyball / football skills on it or just people watch on it, Copacabana beach...More
Copacabana is more than just a beach. It's somewhere for having a beer or two in one on the many kiosks/restaurants, people watching, watching a volleyball game, looking at the sand sculptures, trying a local snack or taking a very long walk from one end...More
You can have a nice walk with your kids or a nice run! Just like Ipanema there is a bike/run path protected from the cars so you can do you morning/evening runs here and it is absolutely beautiful! If you are lucky you can have...More
It’s a clean beach. The sand is fine, the water is blue, there is hardly any seaweed. There are areas to rent chairs and umbrella, restaurants line the beach and the view is amazing!
The bad parts are that there are a lot of salesman...More
If you're spending time n this beautiful city a trip to the iconic Copacabana beach is a must. The tiled boardwalk is unique in itself. Suggest a morning visit to avoid both the heat and thousands of beach goers.
Great beach with so much to see, if you love people watching, this is the place.
That said, thieves are everywhere, they will rip a necklace off you in a heartbeat.
If you go there, take nothing with you of value. Unfortunately, I speak as...More
If you come to Rio and don't hit up Copacabana you have missed a trick. There is a stunning wave themed cobbled boardwalk around the beach. If you are pale skinned go before 10 am or after 3 ok if you don't want to turn...More
It‘s so lively, so colourful with a great view in n the Sugar Loaf (ok u have it from Ipanema as well, but here it’s a bit more lively). On Sundays one part of the street is closed down, so a nice stroll or a...More
The rowdy Copacabana is one of the most traditional and old areas from Rio de Janeiro. This neighbourhood is a blend of Brazilian soul - crowded, rowdy and traditional. This neighbourhood has a bit of everything: bars with music, pubs, street fairs, chaotic streets, and many shops. All these things and more live side-by-side. There are options for all price points and tastes. However, the most powerful
draw in Copacabana is still the fantastic view of the coast and the incredible beaches.
Our stay in Rio, staying at a hotel directly on Copacabana Beach was part of an 'Essential Brazil' tour from Travel2 which was tweaked and altered to suit our requirements. They have a number of ready made options which... More
Our stay in Rio, staying at a hotel directly on Copacabana Beach was part of an 'Essential Brazil' tour from Travel2 which was tweaked and altered to suit our requirements. They have a number of ready made options which include Rio
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As Copacabana Beach is several miles in length it has sections to accommodate most everyone and every thing. We stay in the central section (in front of the Copacabana Palace and Othon Palace hotels) which seems to cater to... More
As Copacabana Beach is several miles in length it has sections to accommodate most everyone and every thing. We stay in the central section (in front of the Copacabana Palace and Othon Palace hotels) which seems to cater to families. I do not recall dogs on the beach; my many experiences in Brasil and other countries in South America lead me to a cultural impression that dogs there are more for home security than pets to be drug about in public venues.