Estadio de Maracanã is the world’s largest soccer stadium in Brazil. The stadium used by the Brazilian national team and was also used in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. It is also used in the Olympics and has a wide range of uses. It is also used in music concerts. Tina Turner and Paul McCartney are using this venue, and a large number of spectators entered.
Estadio do maracana
|Venue name||Estadio do maracana|
|address||Av. Pres. Castelo Branco, Portão 3 – Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro – RJ, 20271-130, Brazil|
|phone||0800 062 7222|
|URL||Estádio Maracanã – Rio de Janeiro (estadiodomaracana.com.br)|
The nearest is Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport.
|name||Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport|
|address||Av. Vinte de Janeiro, s/nº – Ilha do Governador, Rio de Janeiro – RJ, 21941-900, Brazil|
Rio de Janeiro traffic
It is very convenient to have an IC card called Rio Card to get on public transportation in Rio de Janeiro. Otherwise you will need to buy your admission ticket in cash.
There is also a card called METRÕ RIO in Rio de Janeiro, which is exclusively for the subway. There are two types of tickets: single tickets and tickets that can be used many times. There are two ways to purchase a ticket. When you arrive at the station, you can purchase it at the counter or at the ticket vending machine.
VLT is a tram that runs in the center of Rio. The inside of the car has large windows and a good view, and there is plenty of daylight and it is bright. Since it runs in the center of the city, many passengers are office workers and tourists.
BRT is a connected bus that runs on a dedicated lane. Many were constructed on the south side of Rio, where there are few railroads. In the evening, there are only passengers returning from work and no danger is felt.
There are many passengers and it is often crowded. Currently, there are 58km41 stations on 3 lines. Trains run about every 6 minutes and are the second most developed subway network in Brazil.