When Should I Go See the Carnival Parade?

February 9th & 10th [Friday & Saturday]

$ GROUP A | Amateur Groups

February 11th & 12th [Sunday & Monday]

$$$ SPECIAL GROUPS | Best Nights

February 17th [Saturday]

$$ FINAL EVENT | Champion’s Parade

When Should I Go See the Carnival Parade?

February 9th & 10th

$ Group A | Amateur Groups

February 11th & 12th

$$$ Special Groups | Top Nights 

February 17th

$$ Final Event | Champion’s Parade

What is Carnival?

Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is a 24hr a day, 5 day celebration of joy. Basically, all of Brazil shuts down to sing, drink. dance and kiss! The fun of Rio de Janeiro Carnival is to get dressed up in a simple costume [because the weather is hot and you will walk a lot], go to the organized street parties “blocos” and spend 1 night at the Sambodrome Stadium to see the World-Famous Parade. The majority of museums, attractions and shops are closed for the duration of Carnival, but some restaurants and markets will be open.

Why Book a Carnival Package?

Carnival is Rio de Janeiro’s busiest week of the year! It is something to cross off one’s travel Bucket List, but navigating it without proper planning will be nearly impossible. Most of the information is in Portuguese, taxis are difficult to catch due to street closures, many people are scammed with fake tickets and the events are not user-friendly for the foreigner.

Our team of English Speaking Locals will help you really enjoy what Carnival is all about. We will explain how Carnival works [ie street parties “blocos”, what to wear, what to bring/not bring, and how to get around. We will also answer any questions you have about travel to Brazil and the logistics of Rio Carnival.


Tickets to the Famous Carnival Parade

Round Trip Secure Private Airport Transfer

Local Guide to Take You to the BEST Street Parties – 1/2 day Tours

Christ the Redeemer City Tour (Train Pass and Entrance Tickets)

Round Trip Carnival Parade (Sambadrome) Transfers

Prices start at $999usd/person


Experience Rio Carnival with an English Speaking local. The street block parties “blocos” are the essence of Carnival, but difficult to figure out on your own. Navigate the crowds with ease, don’t worry about where to go or what to do. Feel Safe, Feel Taken Care of….so that you can Feel the Moment.

1/2 day Tour – $89  |  BOOK HERE

Full Day Tour – $139  |  BOOK HERE


costs are in us dollars


 NOTE: the Parade starts around 10pm

Click Here for a Carnival Seating Map

NOTE: Carnival Tickets are sold in Batches. This means that the cost will go up incrementally as Carnival gets closer.

I) CAMAROTE | VIP Party Boxes

The VIP Section is located in the Center of the Stadium (4 & 6). This is the EPITOME of Carnival. A party inside of the Parade Route: live local Samba in between Parade Groups, Cocktails & Brazilian Food, a privileged view of the parade route and the most festive Brazilians creating a vibrant party atmosphere!

Includes: Entrance Ticket, Round Trip Transfers, All-You-Can Eat Food, Open Bar, DJ, Private Security Team & Bilingual Hostess

Prices from: $329 & up

II) ARQUIBANCADA | Bleacher Seats

SECTION 9 [Tourist Section] The ONLY Section with assigned seating. Best part is our transport can bring you to the entrance of this section, making getting in & out easy!

OTHER SECTIONS 2-8 & 10-11: Non-Assigned Bleacher Seats

Includes: Ticket

[#9] Prices from: $149 – $499

[Other #s] Prices from: $109 – $275

III) FRISAS  | Floor Seats

These seats are located in Floor Boxes directly on the Parade Route. The boxes are divided into 4 rows (Row A being the closest to the Parade and B-D located immediately behind them). They offer the most up close and personal viewing available. 

Includes: Ticket

Prices from: $275 & up


Contact: reservations@bromeliario.com

Phone: +55 (21) 98304-6666

Travel Agency Address: R. Barão da Torre, 219, Ipanema Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 22411-001