Rio Official Guide:
Accommodation in Rio:
Luxury and budget hotels.
Travelers’ choices and comments.
Transportation in Rio:
Uber - both Uberx and Uberblack are available and widely used.
Lyft - not available.
HOW TO GET
From abroad to Rio:
Besides several airlines from different countries, a few Brazilian airlines offer international flights to Rio.
Google Flights might also help on the search:
From other cities in Brazil to Rio:
Besides the airlines listed above, other Brazilian airlines offer national flights to Rio.
You can also get to Rio by Interstate Bus.
From Tom Jobim Airport (GIG) to the City:
From Santos Dumont Airport (SDU) to the City:
The VLT also connects SDU to the city center, a metro station and the Bus Station:
From Novo Rio Bus Station to the City:
The VLT also connects the Bus Station to the city center, a metro station and SDU:
By Executive Bus.
2014 Premium (Rodoviária-Gávea), 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday to Friday, every 20 minutes.
2018 Premium (Aeroporto Internacional do RJ-Alvorada), 5:30 a.m. to 11:40 p.m., daily, every 30 minutes.
2020 Premium (Rodoviária-Penísula), 5:50 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday to Friday, every 20 minutes.