Rio De Janeiro, RJ Brazil (PressExposure) January 07, 2009 -- Naomi Campbells Favourite Club Jazz parties in a favela? Where does the hip crowd gather on the beach? The best board shops? When and where is the best live music? Where does Naomi Campbell go to party when in Rio? ItÂ´s ALL here. The site is full of insightful and subjective reflections giving the visitor the upper hand in getting to know the city. It will help you avoid the tourists traps and enable you to make the most of your time in Rio whether youÂ´re just visiting or plan to stay for a longer period.
Friendly and safe Rio Is it really that dangerous? It's considered to be one of the friendliest places in the world, yet at the same time considered to be one of the most dangerous. How is this possible? Find out what makes it so friendly and dangerous at the same time. You will learn unwritten rules so as to avoid all kinds of problems and ensure your time in Rio will be a beautiful memory in the future.
Carnival Explained How exactly does Carnival happen in Rio? Gringo-Rio.com offers an in depth description of its history, the block parties, all the samba school parades and more. The site makes it clear where you want to be and when; what to do and what to avoid. Look here first so you can get the best out of your carnival stay!
And Lots More Useful tips, travel information and recommendations are available for a wide array of topics: music, sports, nightlife, food, travel, weather and money exchange to name just a few. Whether you consider yourself a tourist or a traveler you will have an answer to most of your questions here. More importantly youÂ´ll get hands on tips regarding topics you would normally have to search hours for on the internet. There are hundreds of useful links found within the topics. New material is added frequently and all information is continually updated and double checked on an on-going basis. Need to prolong your visa? Looking for a tennis court? Who makes the best aÃ§aÃ? Check out Gringo-Rio for this and much more!
About Gringo-Rio Hakan Almerfors moved to Rio de Janeiro in 2003. He had realized there was no real good place to find a lot of the info a visitor wants. In 2007 he started the site Gringo-Rio. The aim is to pretty much to cover everything. ItÂ´s Rio from a new perspective where you get away from the touristy and shallow. A Rio de Janeiro for a modern and young crowd that wants more than what is in all the guidebooks!.