On the back of our guide to exploring Rio with kids, readers asked us to recommend our favorite hotels in the city. Read on for writer and resident Lucy Bryson's three picks in Copacabana, Ipanema and Santa Teresa, and what to know before you book.Read More
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Brit born but a Rio resident since 2007, writer and mom-of-one Lucy Bryson shares her guide to three perfect days in Rio de Janeiro with children.
"Rio de Janeiro feels like a giant adventure playground for families. Soft sand beaches, towering mountains, tropical jungle, funicular railways and dizzying cable car rides are among the big-hitting attractions. Dining out is a breeze too as locals tend to take the kids with them when they go out to eat or drink, and laid-back restaurateurs welcome even the noisiest of children. Cabs, which are abundant and inexpensive, are the best way of getting around the city without hassle."Read More
The writer behind one of our favorite travel blogs, Travels with Lulu, Marissa Cortes waited more than a decade to take a dream trip through South America — and did so with her not-quite-one-year-old daughter in tow. As she explains, “I took my forever love for travel, my new love for Lulu, and packed our bags for a five-month trip.” We spoke to the inspiring mama about the most kid-friendly countries in the world, pro-level packing and where’s next on their travel wish list.Read More