Weather Averages for Rio de Janeiro in September
Averages for Rio de Janeiro in September
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is one of the most exciting destinations in the world, with world class celebrations, unrivalled scenery and some of the best beaches in Brazil. Travellers clearly aren’t the only ones who appreciate Rios’ attraction, with Hollywood blockbusters such as The Incredible Hulk, The Twilight Saga, and the animated Rio all being based in this South American city.
Rio de Janeiro experiences an increase in temperature in September as the summer months fade away, bring the readings up level with the likes of Maceio to the north. An average low for the month is 19 degrees Celsius, while the average high reaches around 26 degrees. Rainfall continues at a steady yet minimal 10 mm over the month.
For travellers who want to appreciate Rio de Janeiro’s scenic beauty from a unique vantage point, but aren’t keen on hang gliding, a helicopter trip could be exactly the answer. Helicopter Flights Rio de Janeiro can arrange all manner of airborne activities, including scenic flights over the city and the Bay, trips over nearby Sao Paulo, and even air taxi services for those with money to burn.
Aerial view of buildings on the beach front. Ipanema Beach, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
For a touch of familiar comfort food during a trip to Brazil, head to Miam Miam. Crusty bruschettas, spicy curries and creamy pastas grace the menu, which diners enjoy in the down to earth, exposed brick wall establishment decorated with bright and vibrant colours and animal themed furniture. Miam Miam’s sister restaurant, Oui Oui, is also located in the city.
The Promenade Leblon Inn is located in one of Rio de Janeiro’s most popular neighbourhoods, and offers accommodations from £82 per night. Breakfast is served each morning and the hotel features an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre with gym. The hotel is welcoming on both leisure and business travellers, and has a dedicated business centre onsite.
Crusty Bruschetta at Miam Miam Restaurant in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.