Night life in Rio de Janeiro is simply irresistible for both young and older people. Along the most famous streets of Ipanema and Copacabana locals and tourists alike gather at nights to enjoy themselves.
Start your exciting night life in Rio de Janeiro with a good restaurant, and try one of the local dishes, such as the Feijoada, that is a stew of beans with pork and beef, or the acarajé, the moqueca, the vatapà.
In Rio de Janeiro there are also many night clubs and bars where you may spend some time having a good drink and relaxing. The most popular beverage is the Cachaca, a distinctive Brazil liquor made from fermented sugarcane.
Night life in Rio de Janeiro also includes various theatrical performances at the national theatre: the majestic Theatro do Rio. Here you may watch an opera or ballet performance, and listen to classical music.