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Overview Of The Port Of Copacabana

About Copacabana
Copacabana is a neighbourhood located in the southern zone of the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Copacabana beach stretches from Posto Dois (lifeguard watchtower Two) to Posto Seis (lifeguard watchtower Six). There are historic forts at both ends of Copacabana beach - Fort Copacabana, built in 1914, is at the south end by Posto Seis and Fort Duque de Caxias, built in 1779, at the north end.

Hotels, restaurants, bars and nightclubs dot the promenade.

Millions of revellers descend on Copacabana Beach during the annual New Year's Eve celebrations.

Beach activities include beach volleyball, surfing and parasailing.

Visit a barraca (a simple thatched bar) which line the beach.

Take a stroll down the boardwalk or rent a bike.

Go one street over from the Avendia Atlantica (the main Copacabana Beach thoroughfare) to find the best shops and boutiques. Popular buys include a figa, an African-Brazilian symbol of good luck, jewellery, or something with the Brazilian flag on it.

Feijoada (stew of beans with beef and pork) is considered the country's national dish. Rice and beans is also an extremely popular dish.
Cruise Terminal
Cruise ships may dock at Rio de Janeiro cruise terminal, located close to downtown Rio. Note: the port is not the safest area to walk around.

Copacabana is around a 20 minute taxi ride away.

Ships may also anchor off-shore and tender passengers to Copacabana.
Cruise Regions

Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Copacabana

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Local Language & Phrases For The Port Of Copacabana

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