Going to the Sambódromo for Carnival 2014

By Michela DellaMonica, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL — The most anticipated festival in Brazil each year, Rio’s Carnival is expected to draw more than a million visitors to the city for this historical and cultural celebration. At the center of it all and where the action takes place with the energetic samba parade is called the Marquês da Sapucaí, or Sambódromo.

The Sambódromo can fit up to 90,000 people and has been recently renovated with state of the art acoustics and sound system, along with additional seating. Demand for tickets is always high though . . .

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