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Both the FIFA World Cup 2014 and also the 2016 Summer Olympic games are coming to Rio de Janeiro in the winter, Brazil’s winter that is; and you should not expect it to be anything like winter in Europe or The Usa. Mid to higher 70 degree conditions, light breezes and very few clouds. Of course you’ll face some rainfall in some places and a few cold evenings (65 degrees) but in general the weather in Rio through the winter season couldn’t be much better to discover essentially the most spectacular places on earth.
Unlike in Brazil’s blistering summer months, Copacabana and Ipanema beaches will not be as crowded and night time temps are pleasurable enough for football enthusiasts at corner cafes to take control of the sidewalks and watch their favorite teams play on TV. You can run or cycle in shorts along the beachfront streets of Avenida Atlantica Vieira Souto and enjoy an ice cold beer, refreshing coconut juice, an acai smoothie or their popular caiprinha alcoholic drink.