It all begins in the electric locomotive, which is century-old and twice environmentally friendly. It does not pollute and crosses the preserved Atlantic Forest, belonging to Tijuca National Park. At the foot of Christ the Redeemer, one of the Seven New Wonders of the Modern World, the most beautiful view of the city, showing from above what Rio de Janeiro is most special about.
Before we continue, here's our warning: When you (re)discover everything that makes the Corcovado Train the most visited and world-renowned tourist attraction in the Marvelous City, it's possible that you may feel an inexplicable urge to leave the navigator to materialize the desire to see it all up close, even if you've already done it one or more times. And if it does happen, don't worry, you won't be the only one!
Watch a demonstration: