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2012 sees Rio de Janeiro host its 17th annual Gay Pride event, and this year is sure to be a scorcher! Falling in mid-November, the long weekend of partying will help to ring in the Brazilian Spring, which should bring dry weather and average temperatures of 30 degrees celsius (86 degrees farenheit). So pack your swimming costume and your sunblock, and get ready to make the most of one of the most vibrant and exciting celebrations of diversity to be found in the world today.

Gay Pride

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One of the primary reasons that Brazil’s second most populated city attracts so many locals and tourists every year is because of its many beaches which are oftentimes referred to as the sexiest beaches of Rio de Janeiro. With over 50 miles of coastal shoreline above, below, and bordering the city, beach enthusiasts are sure to enjoy spending a waterfront vacation here no matter which one of the following beaches they spend their time at.

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Many arrivals get their first taste of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil soon after landing at Galeão Antônio Carlos Jobim International Airport and it is not always the relaxed, friendly experience people expect. A combination of heat, exhaustion and seemingly endless queues for baggage reclaim and customs can leave weary travellers longing for a cocktail on the beach. This is a short guide on how to make transfer from the airport to the city (or vice versa) as quickly and easily as possible.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Statue

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