4 Seasons in Rio de Janeiro

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Rio de Janeiro is a beautiful city full of tourist attractions. Each of the four seasons here offers something different, both in terms of natural beauty and event and festivities. The warm and sunny summer is the best time to visit Rio. If the high temperature is something you tend to avoid, you can also visit during Autumn or Spring. Some key events of the four seasons are listed below.

Rio de Janeiro in Summer – December to March

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The summer, lasting from December through March, is the best time for you to visit the incredible city of Rio. This is the time for the famous Rio Carnival. The highly anticipated New Year’s Eve or Reveillon also happens in this duration. Accommodation is both rare and expensive around this time, so make sure to book early if you are planning to visit. This is also the season when Rio experiences the most rainfall of the year.

Carnival

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The Carnival in Rio is considered as the biggest carnival in the world. Millions of local people and foreigners attend the event every year. A tradition started as early as 1723 is one of the city’s most important events. The carnival parade usually consists of floats, revelers, and adornments from different samba schools.

Other Events

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  • Name: Reveillon
  • Place: Copacabana beaches
  • Date: January 1st

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  • Name: Fashion Rio
  • Place: Rio de Janeiro
  • Date: December-January

Rio de Janeiro in Autumn/Fall – April-May

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If you prefer moderate heat, this may be your time to visit Rio. The temperature decreases considerably in this season. But the humidity remains. You will find accommodation in a lot cheaper rate during this time.

Rio Boat Show

The Rio Boat Show is a 10-day long fall event that occurs in April. It revolves around shows of sailboats, inflatable boats, kayaks and other related objects. This event is a dream one for nautical world lovers. You can enjoy the exterior and interior of a wide variety of boats here.

Other Events

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  • Name: Dia do Indio ( Indian Day )
  • Place: Museu do Indio
  • Date: April

Rio de Janeiro in Winter – June to September

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The winter season is a great time to visit Rio for sightseeing purposes due to the mild temperatures and fewer rain showers. You can enjoy festivities like bonfire season in this time. It is the ideal time if you are looking for a soothing vacation.

Festival do Rio

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Festival do Rio is an international level film festival. Each year, a wide variety of internationally acclaimed films reach this festival after extensive selection process. This event marks the presence of many local and international celebrities.

Other Events

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  • Name: Bonfire Festivals
  • Place: Rio de Janeiro
  • Date: June

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  • Name: Brazilian Gran Prix Horse Race
  • Place: Rio de Janeiro
  • Date: August

Rio de Janeiro in Spring – October to November

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Spring is the time for you if you want to deal with fewer crowds. The weather is dry and there’s enough sun for you to enjoy. The hotel prices are usually lower than other seasons of the year. If you don’t particularly care for the festivals, this is perfect timing for you to visit Rio de Janeiro.

Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix

Rio hosts the Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix, one of the most exciting racing events of the world. Different top range race cars take part in this competitive event and create an exciting atmosphere all around the city.

Other Events

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  • Name: Proclamation of the Republic
  • Place: Rio de Janeiro
  • Date: November 15

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  • Name: Rio de Janeiro Pride
  • Place: Throughout the city
  • Date: October

Enjoy your trip to Rio de Janeiro to the fullest by choosing a season that is appropriate for you and make your Rio trip a memorable experience.
Have a good trip and travel!

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