How about a 360 degrees view of the city of Rio de Janeiro?
Sugarloaf complex is outstanding. It is possible to check the main beaches and contemplate the mountains from the top (clear view to Christ the Redeemer) as well as appreciate the architectural magnitude of the city.
It is the most important landmark of Rio de Janeiro, formed by Morro da Babilônia, Urca and the Sugarloaf connected by the Cable Car, which allow the visitor to discover new angles of the city up to 396 meters above the sea level.
The touristic complex is accessible for wheelchair users and people with reduced mobility and it is suitable for all ages, with a variety of stores and restaurants.
Internationally famous, it is a traditional stage for Brazilian popular music. Between 1977 and 1987, it became mandatory part of the touristic itinerary of Rio de Janeiro since the most famous carnival balls and concerts happened there. Nowadays, it gathers artistic presentations of various styles.
Espaço Baía de Guanabara:
Located in Morro da Urca, it forms a gastronomic and leisure area gathering many shops and stands, creating such a fun and completely engaging environment.
You can learn the history of the city of Rio de Janeiro, specially Sugarloaf Cable Car, opened more than 100 years ago. It displays digital projection images, old machinery and object that marked the trajectory of the first Cable Car in Brazil.
Praça dos Bondes (Tram Square):
The Praça dos Bondes (the “Tram Square”) shows the two previous generations of Cable Cars used. There you can also see the brass sculptures in actual size of those responsible for conceptualizing and implementing each of them. It has an overlook where you can see Morro da Babilônia and Praia Vermelha station of the Sugarloaf Cable Car.