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The place is well decorated and with great music. You can taste a little of Brazilian music and the joy of life of the people. The food is ok (not great) but the drinks are very good. Nice to go with your couple or in...More
I have rarely had more fun than I had at Rio Scenarium. It is a wildly fantastic, rambling building on two floors with lots of strange rooms and artefacts, but it's great. The crowd seemed to be a mixture of locals and tourists, but everybody...More
Took the Metro but unfortunately the exit I needed was closed so ended up not quite where I'd plannned and as other reviewers have pointed out, it is NOT the place to wander round. However, just asked and got there. Had read the food wasn't...More
What a place. Take a taxi as the area surrounding the venue is deemed a little rough around the edges. Our hotel had recommended we did not walk around on our own and the taxi drops you practically right outside.
You will need photo ID...More
So this place is a gem. You pay 45R$ to get in. They give you a card so all your sinks and good are loaded onto the card then at the end of the night you pay. Which means the bar is ready. After dinner...More
Came here based on others' reviews but sadly disappointed. Main issue was appalling service. Waiting staff were very inefficient with a poor attitude coupled with a general sense that they did not know what they were doing. When they did finally take our order after...More
Live music and dancing on most days. The place is nice. Lots of interesting antiquities on the walls. Its two stories. There is food and drinks. We just had bites which was good. There is a large dance floor and every body was dancing ....More
If listening to good music and dancing, at a vibrant and cosmopolitan atmosphere, are among your interests while visiting Rio de Janeiro, you came to the right place! At historical "Rua do Lavradio", in Rio's old center, you'll find "Rio Scenarium", where every evening, from...More
Downtown Rio is the place where this city was born. With modern skyscrapers sharing space with historical buildings and landmarks, this neighbourhood is living proof that the old and the new can live together harmoniously. As you would expect, downtown is where all major companies house their offices. However, the region isn’t restricted to businesses. Gems such like the “Paço Imperial,” which is a cultural centre that
used to serve as a residence for governors of Brazil, can be found here. Pedra do Sal, a Monday night street party, is also in this neighbourhood. This landmark is the birthplace of samba and is famous for its “roda de sambas” (“dance circles”). Stop in for one and get closer to discovering where Brazilian happiness comes from.
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Yes, Abigail. They have live music every night and now, during Summer months, when Rio receives so many more visitors, "Rio Scenarium" promotes even more better shows. The better shows start around mid-night. Check its daily... More
Yes, Abigail. They have live music every night and now, during Summer months, when Rio receives so many more visitors, "Rio Scenarium" promotes even more better shows. The better shows start around mid-night. Check its daily programme on internet and enjoy the show! Welcome to Rio!
I did not book a reservation, we just took a taxi (from Copacabana) and got there, we only waited a few minutes in a short line, once you are in, they register you by asking for a Photo Id, they will give you a expense... More
I did not book a reservation, we just took a taxi (from Copacabana) and got there, we only waited a few minutes in a short line, once you are in, they register you by asking for a Photo Id, they will give you a expense tracking sheet of paper that you will use to track all your expenses, hand to the bartenders when you order something, they fill it out, and then on your way out there are cashiers where you hand in the paper and you pay whatever you consume. Enjoy and get ready for the Samba!! :-)