Brazil is one of the most happening countries in the world where different kinds of festival s and carnivals take place round the year. Every town and village in Brazil celebrates carnival with much fanfare, but the one that takes place in the capital city of Rio de Janeiro is the biggest of them all. Rio Carnival being the biggest of all carnivals in the world is considered to be a benchmark for all the other carnivals in the world. Rio de Janeiro is therefore considered as “Carnival Capital of the World”. The Rio Carnival attracts around 500,000 foreign tourists who come by Cheap Business Class Flights to Rio de Janeiro
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in comfort to take part in Rio Carnival, which takes place from 5th March to 8th March in 2011. This 4-day celebration takes place 40 days before Easter. Celebrated as a profane event, the carnival is considered an act of farewell to the pleasures of the flesh. The celebration officially starts on Saturday and finishes on Fat Tuesday with the beginning of Lent on Ash Wednesday after which one is supposed to abstain from all bodily pleasures. Tourists from worldwide try to get the best Business Class Discounts to Rio de Janeiro and Fly Business Class to Rio de Janeiro to take part in the Carnival and also learn about true culture of Brazil.
Brazilians celebrate the carnival in almost every corner of the country. The best-known ones take place in Recife along with the neighboring Olinda (in the North of Brazil) and Salvador. However, the carnival in Rio de Janeiro is the biggest and most famous of them all. The Rio Carnival begins with the crowning of the Fat King (King Momo), who is presented with a giant silver and gold key by the city's mayor. Many parties take place before, during and after Carnival all night and all day. This euphoric event, where people make merry by singing, dancing and partying, takes over the whole city of Rio and culminate in the Rio Carnival Parade also known as the Samba Parade.