Copacabana Beach in Rio De Janeiro
Brazil, Rio De Janeiro

Copacabana is the most famous beach in the world and one of the calling cards of Brazil. Administratively refers to the area of the same name and is located in the southern part of Rio de Janeiro. The length of the beach is 4 kilometers. The beach is public and access to the ocean is open to all comers. Along the beach is a highway - Atlantic Avenue, better known as Atlantic Avenue. The highway is equipped with paths for runners and cyclists. All carnival processions, masquerades, concerts and fireworks in Rio take place in Copacabana. The history of the district dates back to the 1750s, when a chapel was erected in the town of Sakupenapana that stood here in honor of the Holy Virgin of the Bolivian city of Copacabana. Since then, this area has become known as that. In 1892, it is administratively part of Rio de Janeiro. Thanks to the picturesque beach, from the 1950s, representatives of creative professions, politicians and rich people began to move to the area. Copacabana is becoming a prestigious area and gaining fame. In 2006, a concert by The Rolling Stones was organized and broadcast live on the beach. About 2,000,000 spectators came to listen to music to the accompaniment of ocean waves. A beach on the Atlantic coast with a very festive atmosphere, many restaurants and shops attract tourists from all over the world. However, walking in the evenings, in the area of Copacabana Beach, you should take care of your safety.