Three French-Speaking Tourist Guides in Rio de Janeiro

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With so many iconic sights and experiences on offer in this bustling Brazilian city, it’s a good idea to take a local guide with you to help you make the most of your time here. From private walking tours of Rio’s historic center to a time-saving whistle stop tour that allows you to experience the best of the city in just one day, a specialized local guide can give you an insider’s view of the Marvelous City, leaving you with a great memory.Resource:

A Carioca (Rio local), Fabio honed his high-end tourism skills in the cruise ship and hospitality industries before starting Rio Cultural Secrets in 2012. His love for his home city is infectious, and your tour with him will reveal layers of this dazzling metropolis that the guidebooks often miss.

  1. Exploring Rio de Janeiro with a French-Speaking Tourist Guide: A Multilingual Adventure

From world-class museums and galleries to gorgeous squares and parks, superb restaurants, and a vibrant nightlife, Rio has something for every kind of traveler. Add in its legendary beaches and Brazil icons, including the Christ Redeemer statue, and Rio is guaranteed to leave you wanting more.

Originally from Maceio in the northeast of Brazil, Julierton rediscovered his passion for guiding while working in the rainforest of the Pantanal region in the south. The diversity of different ecosystems that Brazil offers fascinates him, and he loves sharing his knowledge about the flora and fauna of this unique part of the country with his guests. Edemir is a globetrotter who has lived in several countries and now works as a guide in the southern state of Mato Grosso do Sul (Bonito). He’s fluent in English, Spanish, and German, and he enjoys showing visitors the beauty of Brazil’s vast expanses and its peoples, culture, language, customs and mores.


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