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    During carnival, the blocos parade on the street! Sometimes you can, literally, turn a corner and find yourself inside a bloco.

    Anyway, there is an official calendar you can consult:

    The most famous ones are very crowded, though, and it's worth a try, but you should focused on the smaller ones - ask locals for advice on the day because most blocos don't have a official time or place to start or finish.

    Some famous and traditional ones: Escravos da Mauá; Banda de Ipanema; Cordão da Bola Preta; Imprensa que eu Gamo; Suvaco de Cristo; Céu na Terra; Boitatá; Boitolo (and many more)

    Some less popular but full of locals: Maracangalha; Baianada; Bloco Cru; Gigantes da Lira; Bagunça Meu Coreto; Exalta Rei (and many more too!)

    Happy folia :) about 8 years ago

    Answered by Renata Moraes via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    the best places are santa teresa, leblon and ipanema. i'd just stay away from the blocos in the center, too crowded (1 million people), prob not gonna enjoy yourself too much. almost 8 years ago

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