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Tickets

Tickets to the 2018 Rio de Janeiro Samba Parades at Sambodromo


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Costumes

Costumes to the 2018 Rio de Janeiro Samba Parades at Sambodromo


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Balls

The most famous Carnival Balls in Rio de Janeiro


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Hotel

Book your hotel to the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro.


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Transfer

The Transfer to Sambodromo will lead you to the main entrance


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SAMBA SCHOOL

Listen to the year's samba songs and watch the information of each school

Main Parades Preliminary Parades

Samba Parades on Sunday, february 11
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Império Serrano

Theme:
"O Império do Samba na Rota da China"

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São Clemente

Theme:
"Academicamente Popular"

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Vila Isabel

Theme:
"Corra que o futuro vem aí!"

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Paraíso do Tuiuti

Theme:
"Meu Deus, Meu Deus, Está Extinta a Escravidão?"

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Grande Rio

Theme:
"Vai para o trono ou não vai?"

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Mangueira

Theme:
""Com dinheiro ou sem dinheiro... eu brinco!"

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Mocidade

Theme:
“Namastê… A estrela que habita em mim saúda a que existe em você”

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Samba Parades on Monday, february 12
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Unidos da Tijuca

Theme:
“Um coração urbano: Miguel, o arcanjo das artes, saúda o povo e pede passagem”

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Portela

Theme:
"De Repente de Lá Pra Cá e Dirrepente de Cá Pra Lá"

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União da Ilha

Theme:
"Brasil bom de boca"

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Salgueiro

Theme:
"Senhoras do Ventre do Mundo"

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Imperatriz

Theme:
"Uma Noite Real no Museu Nacional"

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Beija-Flor

Theme:
“Monstro é aquele que não sabe amar. Os filhos abandonados da pátria que os pariu”

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Street Carnival

Each neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro has its favorite Carnival Street Party. There are more than 300 of them in Rio today, and every year that number increases. Each street party, also called block, has its place or street for its parade and the larger ones usually close the streets for traffic. They begin their parades usually in January and these parades last until the end of the Carnival. Since the beginning of the year, it is a common sight groups of people dancing samba in the streets of Rio at weekends and during carnival.

Often, the people who organize the parade of the block, make up the music of the parade by themselves.


The carnival street parties are composed of a band, usually a drumming band and a brass band. They march along a predetermined route or remain at the same point, however, they are always accompanied by hordes of enthusiastic costumed revelers in swimsuits, simple clothes, and even drag queens.
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RIO
CARNIVAL

Rio de Janeiro Carnival Guide


On this website you will find all the information about Rio de Janeiro's Carnival. Here you will find all the 2018 events, location, dates and times, and the history of the Carnival of Rio. You will also find instructions on how to buy tickets, costumes for the Parade and information about the Sambódromo. On our website you can book your hotel for Carnival; before, during or after the event. We also offer complete packs to watch the Carnival of Rio in the Grandstands, Open Front Boxes  costumes to parade in samba schools and tours.

Although Carnival is celebrated in cities and towns throughout Brazil and other Catholic countries, Rio de Janeiro is considered the Carnival's capital city. Rio de Janeiro's Carnival is not only the biggest Carnival in the world, but also a reference against which all others are compared. The Carnival is one of the most interesting artistic events on the planet.

Almost everyone has heard of the Carioca Carnival. In addition to receiving tourists from all Brazilian states, Rio also receives thousands of foreign visitors that add up to 500 thousand a year.

FAQ about Rio Carnival


Carnival History

The origins of the Carnival date back to ancient Romans and the Greeks, who celebrated the rites of spring. Across Europe, including France, Spain and Portugal; people annually gave thanks at parties, wearing masks and dancing in the streets. Such traditions were brought into the New World.
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