The city of Rio is a fun place to be where people come to enjoy themselves and do some hardcore partying. But this party-place can at times get creepy also, and give you innumerable sleepless nights. Check out some spooky places in the city where you should venture with care.
The most awaited event of the year has finally come to an end and the baton has been successfully passed on to Tokyo. The Olympic Games that were being held from 5 August to 21 August 2016 were filled with many bitter-sweet memories and the world and athletes will always keep them close to their hearts.
The long awaited, prestigious world sporting event of 2016 is here at last and the city of Rio is busy welcoming athletes and sports people from all around the globe. These games are all set to feature about 28 sports which include golf, rugby, swimming, archery, volleyball, basketball, badminton, etc. and many more exciting games.
Rio de Janeiro can be the most amazing place in the whole wide world or it can also be the most nightmarish, it depends on how you behave and conduct yourself. The world is gathering in the city to celebrate the Olympic Games, but unfortunately, the miscreants are also gearing up for the same.
Rio de Janeiro is on the brink of holding one of the greatest sporting events in the world, but the rumours, fear and problems regarding the game just refuse to end. The city has invested millions on infrastructure and facilities, and has come out in flying colours, but the presence of the Zika virus has made the world apprehensive about attending the games. Let us dig deeper and investigate if Rio is really dangerous or in fact safe.
The torch relay marks the start of the Olympics games and the person who passes the torch is the torchbearer. Being a torchbearer for your country is the matter of immense pride and prestige, and only the best and the unique get this chance.
Let us have a look at the selected five individuals, who have been the torchbearers for the Rio Olympics 2016.
The Samba city is a great place to celebrate the day of love i.e. the Valentine’s day, as the city reflects romanticism and passion from its very core. The pristine beaches, the hot sun, attractions such as the Sugarloaf Mountain and the city’s celebrated night scene will make your day a time to remember.