The 2013 Rio Gay Pride Parade expects 1 million people for its 18th edition on it's date -Sunday, October, 13, 2013 - in Copacabana Beach. Spring temperature on the 80's, packed beaches and low prices for airfare and hotels, make it the right time to visit the Marvelous City everybody is talking about. Learn more about the Parade and its history.
The Rio Gay Pride Parade or "Parada Gay do Rio", as the cariocas say has already a place in the pride calendar: October 13, 2013. If you are wondering what to do before, during and after the parade, where to stay in Rio and, if it’s also maybe a good opportunity to get to know Buzios, Paraty, Sao Paulo and/or Buenos Aires, these pages are for you. Also check for best airfares available and Sign up to receive our complete mini-guide with tips and activities for the event, including a Party Planner
Nothing beats this name but what makes it that strong?
What can you think of when you see pink and green? Certainly, without a doubt, it would be Mangueira samba school. The school is considered as one of the oldest schools in Brazil that rose out from the slums and became the very first champions of the Rio Carnival in 1932. This school is colorful, vibrant, talented and full of amazing surprises that you should not miss out!Mangueira ...READ MORE
Knowing more about your costume will ensure you have a great time during the parade.
Do you know that you can actually shop for Rio Carnival costumes? Indeed, there's no sweeter way to let your friends drool with envy than to let them see you on the platform and be one of those that will capture the attention of thousands of people. Closer to the dates a lot of options will be available, and you can choose the perfect one for you. If yo...READ MORE
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