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Address: Parque Nacional da Tijuca | Cosme Velho, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro 22241-125, Brazil
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Corcovado Mountain and Christ Redeemer Statue Half-Day Tour
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I saw God!!!!!

Folks, this is not a religious statement but a comment meant to convey the wonder and awe this site evokes in most everyone who visits. It's not only about the huge statue of... read more

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Cortlandt Manor, New York
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Cortlandt Manor, New York
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Folks, this is not a religious statement but a comment meant to convey the wonder and awe this site evokes in most everyone who visits. It's not only about the huge statue of Christ the Redeemer that we have seen on TV, movies, and photos but also about the amazing, sweeping views that define for us the Rio of our... More 

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Marbella, Spain
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But make sure you book your entrance tickets ahead you don't spend hours waiting for the train to go up, This can be done online, and will save you at least two hours waiting,

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Parkgate, United Kingdom
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Inevitably this iconic attraction gets crowded. When I visited ,despite the clouds shrouding the Christ it was still an experience worth having. The ticket office at the train station does not accept credit cards so have cash ready..

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Brookfield, Wisconsin
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This is one of the must see places in Rio de Janeiro. The day we visited had beautiful blue sky. It was so amazed the people built this high up on the top of the rock mountain.

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Rio de Janeiro, RJ
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If you are in Rio you must see this view! You can see the whole city, it`s absolutely amazing, better in the morning.

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Winfield
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As with Sugarloaf Mountain, arrive here early to avoid the crowds. Tremendous views from the top. The road is long and winding, but well worth the trip.

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bolton
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Must be seen in good weather Just breathtaking Not expensive compared with British tourist sites And what a view A must !!!

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Rio de Janeiro, RJ
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As a tour guide, if you are going to Christ and Sugar Loaf the same day, ALWAYS DO CHRIST FIRST! Traffic to Christ is better in the morning, the sun won't be as strong and it closes before Sugar Loaf. If you go by train, buy the tickets at least one day before. If you go by car, the store... More 

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This was absolutely worth the trip. Best is to book with an official tour service which includes drive to the mountain and access. It's cheaper than those day private tour guides.

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I am not really a big fan of all the mass tourism places, but for this I was happy to make an exception! The statue is amazing, that, in combination with the location definitely makes it a must see when you're in Brasil.

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