The flight between London and Rio de Janeiro takes around 11 hours and 35 minutes. You can fly to Rio from the London airports of Gatwick, Heathrow and London City, all of which are easily accessible by bus, taxi, train or coach. All London - Rio de Janeiro flights will land at the Galeo Antonio Carlos Jobim International airport, located only 12 and half miles from centre of Rio. From here you can easily reach the city centre by bus or taxi with the bus station located right outside the arrivals section of the airport. Local yellow taxis, located outside the terminal, are the cheapest option of taxis available.
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This landmark is so well known that it may feel somewhat surreal when you finally see it in person. Rising 98 feet above its 26 feet pedestal, the statue is located on the Corcovado Mountain in Tijuca Forest National Park, overlooking the city centre. Do not miss a visit to this new Wonder of the World when in Rio.2 White Sandy Beaches
Rio happens to have one of the world's most famous beaches, with Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon being the most well known. It would be a travesty not to make a trip to any one of the numerous beaches in Rio.3 Sugar Loaf Mountain
This Mountain rises 396 meters above the mouth of the Atlantic's Guanabarra Bay. Ride the cable cars to the top of the mountain or rock climb using one of the more than 270 routes on it. The mountain gets its name from the mounds of sugar that were shaped like it for shipping during the sugar cane trade days in Brazil.4 Maracana Stadium
Brazil is also well known as a football nation and is home to the Estadio do Maracana or Maracana Stadium which was the largest open air stadiums in the world in 1950 when it first hosted the FIFA World cup. It is worth visiting this site while in Rio to get a taste of this popular sport and city which is home to some of the most famous footballers in the world.5 Museums
Rio is awash with museums exhibiting many things from natural history, political history of the country and there is even a museum for the city's famous carnival. With museums for all tastes it would not be fit to leave Rio without visiting one.