You will be taken by subway to downtown, emerging at Cinelndia Station, Cinelndia of Rios 1900s, with its relics of the French architectural influence such as the National Museum of Fine Arts, Theatro Municipal the citys Opera House, the National Library, Pedro Ernesto Palace (City Hall), the Cultural Center of the Federal Court. On the way to Carioca Square you'll see the Naval Club, the Monastery Church of Santo Antnio and the Ordem Terceira de So Francisco da Penitncia, a true cultural richness of the Brazilian colonial architecture (1622).
You'll also see Tiradentes Palace (State Hall), Praa XV including the Imperial Palace (the first residence of the Portuguese Royal Family), the statue of General Osrio, Mestre Valentim's Fountain. Through the Teles Arch you'll reach the cobble-stoned Travessa do Comercio and the former residence of Carmen Miranda, the Church of Our Lady of the Merchants, the Post Office Cultural Center, France-Brazil House, Bank of Brasil Cultural Center, Candelaria Church and The Olympic Torch. Finishing our morning tour with a visit to the Confeitaria Colombo, built in 1894 in Art-Nouveau.
Then, you'll head back to the meeting point by subway.