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Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

Referred to as the 'marvellous city', Rio's stunning cityscape is revered the world over. Sandwiched between mountains, beaches and rainforest, Brazil's second-largest city is just as celebrated for its colourful population and its hosting of the planet's biggest carnival. Stanfords' range of Rio de Janeiro maps will help you see the best of this South American gem.

Browse our Rio de Janeiro travel guide collection below - we stock guides and Rio de Janeiro street maps from renowned publishers as well as specialist, hard-to-find publications. We also feature recommended holiday reading and all your essential travel accessories.

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    The Lost City of Z

    by David Grann
    David Grann’s “The Lost City of Z” is the kind of book that brings to mind the adventures of Indiana Jones himself – except here it’s all true. Colonel Percy Harrison Fawcett, the inspiration behind...
    • Publisher: Simon & Schuster
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    Rio de Janeiro and large part of the south-eastern part of Brazil on a waterproof and tear-resistant, double-side map from ITMB combining a street plan of the city at 1:12,500 showing sites of the 2016...
    • Publisher: ITMB - International Travel Maps
    • Scale: 1:12,500/1:3,000,000
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    The Living Abroad series from Moon, one of America’s leading travel publishers, covers a range of countries worldwide and offers practical guidance on residing away from home. Stylistically, Moon’s...
    • Publisher: Moon
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    The City Guide Series from Lonely Planet profiles in comprehensive detail the history, major sights, best places to eat, nightlife, accommodation and shopping to an extensive range of cities worldwide....
    • Publisher: Lonely Planet
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    The Everyman MapGuide series comprises a range of practical guide books incorporating large scale maps to a number of international cities and regions. Including a unique binding method, each...
    • Publisher: Everyman
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    • Publisher: Chris Lloyd
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    Brazil

    by Palin, Michael
    Brazil is one of the four new global super powers with its vast natural resources and burgeoning industries. Half a continent in size and a potent mix of races, religions and cultures, of unexplored...
    • Publisher: Phoenix
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    Eyewitness Top 10 from Dorling Kindersley is a condensed format guide book series featuring dozens of illustrated, top ten lists for the traveller regardless of their disposable budget. To save you...
    • Publisher: Dorling Kindersley
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    Rio de Janeiro Map/Guide from de Dios presenting the city’s central districts on a light, waterproof and tear-resistant street plan with descriptions of top 100 not-to-be-missed attractions, etc, plus...
    • Publisher: de Dios Editores
    • Scale: 1:15,000
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    The Wallpaper City Guide series published by Phaidon encompasses a collection of pocket-size guides dedicated to the design elements in major cities. Compiled by experts at the Wallpaper magazine,...
    • Publisher: Phaidon
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    Rio de Janeiro on a light, waterproof and tear-resistant tourist street plan at 1:15,000 from the NGS, highlighting numerous places of interest, hotels, etc. and providing information on the city’s...
    • Publisher: National Geographic Society
    • Scale: 1:15,000
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    Tristes Tropiques

    by Levi-Strauss, Claude
    "Tristes Tropiques" begins with the line 'I hate travelling and explorers', yet during his life Claude Levi-Strauss travelled from wartime France to the Amazon basin and the dense upland jungles of Bra...
    • Publisher: Penguin
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