Carnival 2025

Feb 28th - Mar 08th

Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ


  • Why buy from us?

    Bookers stands out in the Rio Carnival scene. With over 20 years of experience in the market, we are a specialized tourism agency for this festivity, serving annually more than 30,000 visitors passionate about the Carnival in Rio.
    We stand out for our certification through the Cadastur of the Ministry of Tourism and ABAV RJ (Brazilian Association of Travel Agencies), ensuring the quality of our services.

    We offer specialized assistance via email, phone, chat, and WhatsApp, online from Monday to Friday throughout the year.
    During all days of the event, we also have in-person assistance at our Carnival Service Center.

    We value the privacy and security of our customers, evidenced by our websites protected with the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) security certificate, an advanced encryption technology that ensures the confidentiality and security of data in all transactions. Choosing Bookers means opting for an exclusive and reliable experience in the vibrant Rio Carnival.

  • What are the payment methods?

    Payment can be done by credit card for puchases directly through our website. Wise, Zelle or Wire transfer to our Bank of America account or Western Union are also other payment methods that can be used.

    To request the bank details or ask questions about payments, please contact our agents via our WhatsApp +55 21 97286-4714 or [email protected]

  • What are the best tickets at the Sambadrome?

    The Sambadrome was designed to offer a great view of the spectacle to everyone. However, each type of ticket has its advantages.

    For those who want to watch the parades comfortably, we generally recommend Frisa tickets. Frisas are assigned seats within small enclosures, very close to the parade track, with a privileged view of the parade. We also have the option of Covered Frisa, exclusively located in sector 7 row D, with padded seats, fans, and coverage, ideal for rainy days.

    The grandstands are also a good option if you are looking for something economical, but keep in mind that there are no chairs in the grandstands, only large concrete steps, and only Sector 9 has assigned seating; in other sectors, if you want to choose your seat, we recommend arriving 2 hours before the first parade.

    For those who want a numbered seat but don't want to pay too much for it, numbered chairs are a good option, just keep in mind that they are located in sector 12, at the end of the parade.

    We recommend the Folia Tropical and Super Folia boxes for those who like to party because, in addition to the all-inclusive service, they guarantee exclusive shows by renowned Brazilian artists. Folia offers an open bar service, buffet, DJs, shows, and various attractions. Therefore, it is the most lively option.

    The Maravilha Box, on the other hand, is highlighted as an exclusive and comfortable option, offering a complete experience with a privileged view, high-quality buffet, transfer service, and entertainment during the parade intervals.

  • Which side is better? Even or odd?

    There is no better side in terms of the experience, as both sides offer a mirrored view. The Sambadrome is divided into even and odd sides.
    Each has its characteristics that only impact the arrival and departure from the venue.
    Therefore, what should affect your choice is how you want to access the Sambadrome.

    Seats on the even side are closer to the Praça Onze subway station, about 300 meters away. It is a great side for those who want to take the subway to the Sambadrome.

    The odd side is about 1.2 km from the Central subway station, and because it is farther away, the best option for those who prefer to go to the odd side of the Sambadrome is by taxi or transfer.

  • How do I receive my tickets?

    Tickets for the Rio Carnival will be available for pickup at our Customer Service Center starting from February 24th. For greater convenience, it is necessary to schedule a time slot on our website through your registration. The payment cardholder (credit card or bank transfer) must be present to collect the tickets, presenting the voucher, a photo ID, and the card used for purchases in this mode. We also offer home delivery (within the city of Rio), where the same requirements must be met for security reasons. The cost for the delivery service is US$14 per ticket or US$56 for 4 or more tickets.

  • In which sector does the Rio Carnival Parade begin?

    The parade starts in sectors 2 and 3, ending in sectors 12 and 13, where the Apoteose Square is located.

  • From what age can children watch the parade?

    In order to preserve the auditory integrity of children, the Juvenile Court of Rio de Janeiro has determined that children under 5 years old are not allowed to enter the Sambadrome, even when accompanied by guardians and/or with a ticket. For minors between 5 and 16 years old, it is necessary to present identification documents along with the ticket, as well as the documents of the parents/legal guardians or the adult authorized by them.

  • Can I choose my seat at the Sambadrome?

    It's not possible to choose specific seats, although the frisas, numbered chairs, and grandstand in sector 9 have assigned seating. However, when purchasing tickets in the same transaction, we ensure that people will be seated together, providing a more unified experience during the parades.

  • What is the difference between the parades of the Special Group, Access Group, and Champions?

    The Access Group, which will parade on February 28th and March 1st, is like the second division of the carnival. These are the schools competing to reach the special group. They are traditional and beautiful schools, but they are simpler, and their parades are also, which is why the tickets are cheaper.

    The Special Group, which will parade on March 2nd and 3rd, is the parade of the main samba schools of Rio. On these days of the special group, the best and most famous schools parade, with extravagant parades, large floats, and high-level costumes, which is why the tickets are more expensive.

    The Champions Parade, which will take place on March 8th, brings together the champion samba school and the top five placed in the special group parade, celebrating the victory and closing the Rio Carnival parades.

  • Where is the Carnival Customer Service Center located and what are its opening hours?

    Location of the Customer Service Center: Hotel Atlântico Copacabana, 90 Siqueira Campos Street, Copacabana.
    Operating Period: From February 24th to March 8th, 2025.

    Opening Hours: From 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM

    Except on Tuesday (03/04) when we will be closed.

  • Is Bookers the official seller?

    Bookers International is a tourism agency authorized by the official organizers of the Rio Carnival to sell tickets.

  • How much are the tickets?

    All prices and ticket types are available on our website. To check prices access:

  • Which is the best section?

    The Sambadrome was designed to offer a great view of the spectacle to everyone from any sector.

    Sectors 2 and 3 are close to the beginning of the parade, so it is possible to see the schools warming up before entering the Sambadrome.

    Sectors 4 and 5 are between the beginning and the middle, with shorter waits between schools, and it's already possible to start seeing the formation of the parades on the avenue.

    Sectors 6, 7, 8, and 9 are the most sought after as they are located in the middle of the Sambadrome and offer a more complete view of the parade. The wait between schools is a bit longer.

    Sectors 10 and 11 are for those who want to feel the drummers up close, as they are in front and beside the drumming area. The wait time between schools is longer.

    The sectors at the end, 12 and 13, provide the excitement of the participants crossing the finish line, but the interval between the passage of schools is even longer.

  • How does Special Delivery work?

    You can choose to receive your ticket at the hotel where you will be staying or at an address of your choice within the main tourist neighborhoods and central regions of Rio de Janeiro. The delivery fee is US$14 per ticket or US$56 for 4 tickets or more.

    You will need to schedule a delivery date and time slot, as well as provide the address where you wish to receive your ticket. The service will be available from February 27th until the day of your parade. Check the available times and locations:

    From 9 am to 11:59 am
    From 12 pm to 2:59 pm
    From 3 pm to 6 pm


    Alto da Boa Vista, Andaraí, Arpoador, Barra da Tijuca, Benfica, Botafogo, Cachambi, Caju, Catete, Centro, Cidade Nova, Copacabana, Del Castilho, Engenho de Dentro, Engenho Novo, Estácio, Flamengo, Gamboa, Gávea, Glória, Grajaú, Humaitá, Ipanema, Itanhangá, Jardim Botânico, Joá, Lagoa, Lapa, Leblon, Leme, Laranjeiras, Muda, Macaranã, Méier, Porto, Praça da Bandeira, Recreio, Riachuelo, Rio Comprido, Santa Tereza, Santo Cristo, São Conrado, São Cristóvão, Tijuca, Urca, Usina and Vila Isabel.

    Please note that the purchaser must be present throughout the selected time slot to receive the ticket and sign the delivery receipt. It is mandatory for the purchaser to present all necessary documentation such as: identification or any original photo ID, original credit card used for the purchase (if this was the payment method), and the purchase voucher. If the purchase was made using a virtual card, simply present the bank statement within your bank's app showing the purchase confirmation of the ticket and other services.



  • I'll be on a cruise. Can I pick up my tickets at the port?

    During the purchase to collect the ticket at the Port, choose the Delivery option and pay a fee of US$14 for each ticket or US$56 for 4 or more. After completing the purchase, schedule a predetermined day and time slot on our website. The pickup point is a Bookers tent located in front of the main gate (Terminal 4) and next to the mural by the artist Kobra. The identified staff will be available from 9 am to 6 pm to deliver the tickets, and it is essential that the payment holder (credit card, or bank transfer) be present, presenting the voucher, a photo identification document, and the card used for the purchase. When providing the address at the Port on the website, include the name of your cruise/ship.

  • Is there a physical store?

    We are an online travel agency, operating year-round through our websites and customer service channels, Monday to Friday, from 9am to 6pm. Only during Carnival, starting from February 24th, we will open our Customer Service Center for in-person sales as well. The Customer Service Center will operate at the Imperial Salon of the Atlântico Copacabana Hotel, from 9am to 7pm, located at Rua Siqueira Campos,90.

  • What is the best day?

    We usually choose the day we want to attend based on the Samba Schools we support. The Carnival parades in Rio de Janeiro are divided into two main categories: Access Group and Special Group.

    The samba schools in both groups are of a high level and have their own fame. In the Access Group, the schools aim to ascend to the Special Group next year, presenting simpler parades with more affordable tickets.
    In the Special Group, Rio's main schools parade with extravagant productions, resulting in more expensive tickets.

    After the Special Group parades, there is the Champions Parade, which brings together the champion school and the top five from the group, repeating the parades from previous days. The order of the parades is determined by drawing lots, making it difficult to choose the best day to attend.

Carnival Costumes

  • Should the costume be returned after the parade?

    No. The costume is yours!

  • Does the costume allow access to watch other parades?

    No. The costume only entitles you to stay in the concentration area, warming up for the parade with other members of your school, and to parade through the Sambadrome. If you want to watch the other parades, you will need to purchase a ticket.

  • Where should I go with my costume to find my school?

    For more information about costumes and parade concentration, please contact directly the person responsible for selling your costume.

  • Is there a place to store my clothes and personal belongings while I parade?

    No, unfortunately, there are no lockers in the parade area. We recommend that you bring few belongings. During the parade, your belongings cannot be visible, so you should hide them under your costume. For more information about costumes and parade concentration, please contact directly the person responsible for selling your costume.

  • Can I take photos?

    If you are participating in the parade, it is allowed to take photos during warm-up and dispersal moments, but during the parade itself, your camera and/or cell phone must remain hidden under your costume. We do not recommend bringing large professional cameras as it will be difficult to conceal during the parade.

    However, if you are only watching, feel free to take photos with your cell phone or camera throughout the event. However, entry of cameras with attachable lenses or tripods is not allowed.

  • How can I parade in the Sambadrome?

    To parade along with a Rio samba school, all you need to do is purchase a costume. We recommend that you contact our costume specialistsJorge or Tainá directly via WhatsApp.

  • How do I buy my costume?

    We are a company specialized in selling tickets to watch the Rio de Janeiro samba school parades. Unfortunately, we do not sell costumes, but we can assist you.

    For more information, please contact our costume specialist partners via WhatsApp: Jorge (+55 21 97005-5353) or Tainá (+12243915852).

    Another way to get your costume is by contacting the samba school directly that you wish to parade with.

  • Is there a place to store the costume?

    Yes, there is a booth/tent called "Participant Assistance" in all sectors where costumes can be stored.

Sambodromo Tips

  • What time should I arrive?

    The Group Access parades start at 9:00 PM, as well as the Parade of Champions, while those of the Special Group begin at 10:00 PM. The gates of the Sambadrome open at 7:00 PM. If your ticket does not have an assigned seat and you want to choose where to sit, we recommend arriving at least 2 hours before the first parade. Tickets with assigned seats do not require early arrival. The event goes on until the early morning; if you prefer to focus on the last school, you can arrive later. There is flexibility to enter the Sambadrome, as long as the last samba school has not yet started its parade.

  • What clothes should I wear?

    There is no specific rule regarding the type of clothing to wear, but we recommend opting for lightweight and comfortable clothes. As it is during the summer, the weather is quite hot. There may be rain showers at night, so a raincoat is advisable, as umbrellas are NOT allowed.

  • What can I bring to the Sambadrome?

    Here is the list of what is allowed and what is not allowed to bring:

    - Each person may bring up to two food items (sandwiches, fruits, cookies)
    - Each attendee may carry a maximum of two plastic bottles of any beverage, each 500 ml
    - The use of rain ponchos is allowed

    - It is not permitted to enter with dangerous objects such as glass bottles, aluminum cans, flares, fireworks, sharp objects, and firearms
    - Umbrellas are not allowed
    - Objects that can carry other items, such as coolers and bags, are prohibited
    - Bringing cameras with attached lenses, tripods, drones, or professional filming and photography equipment is not permitted.

  • Is it possible to buy food and drinks at the Sambadrome?

    Yes. There are several kiosks and vendors on-site. Payments are accepted via credit card, debit card and cash.

  • How to avoid queues and large crowds?

    Events like the parades at the Sambadrome usually attract large crowds. Therefore, it is advisable to be patient and aware of the possibility of inevitable queues and crowds.

    To provide a smoother experience, consider the following suggestions:

    - Alternative Timings: Avoid arriving at the Sambadrome around 8 p.m. when the movement is most intense. Opting for other alternative times can help avoid queues and the large concentration of people at the entrance.
    - Interval Planning: If possible, schedule your breaks during the parades to avoid peak times at the bathrooms, food areas, and shops.

  • What time does the parade start?

    On the days of the Access Group parade (February 28th and March 1st), the parades start at 9 pm, and on the days of the Special Group parade (March 2nd and 3rd), the parades start at 10 pm. For the Champions Parade (March 8th), the parades start at 9 pm.

  • Are there bathrooms in the Sambadrome?

    Yes, throughout the Sambadrome, in all sectors, it is possible to find bathrooms in the common areas. The Frisas area and the boxes have exclusive bathrooms for those with tickets in these areas. In sectors 12 and 13, there are only portable toilets.

  • Can I leave and come back to the Sambadrome?

    It is not allowed to exit through the gates of the Sambadrome; if you leave, you will not be able to re-enter. However, you may enter and exit your grandstand, frisa, or numbered seat to access the food area, restrooms, and shops as many times as you wish.

  • Is there a place for a wheelchair user?

    Unfortunately the Sambadrome does not have many options adapted for wheelchairs. There is an exclusive area for wheelchair users and people with special needs, which is in sector 13, but tickets are limited and it is available only for brazilian citizens.

    Another adapted option is the Folia Tropical and Super Folia. They are fully adapted, with access ramps and an elevator, in addition to having an exclusive area for people with special needs to watch the parades, very close to the parade and the window.

  • Where are the drums' niches?

    There are two drums' niches. The first is at the beginning of the parade, next to sector 2; however, in this one, the drummers only stop to warm-up and stay for a short time before setting off to march.

    The second niche is where you can see all the excitement clearly. There the drummers stops for a longer time until the entire parade goes by. It is located between sectors 9 and 11.

  • Where are the jurors?

    The Sambódromo jury booths are located in sectors 3, 6 and 10.

  • Do I need to bring identification to the Sambadrome?

    Documentation is only required for minors under 16 years old. In these cases, it is necessary to present the identification document of the minor and that of the parents/legal guardians or the adult expressly authorized by them. In other cases, no document is required as the tickets are not nominative, but we recommend bringing a copy in case it is requested when purchasing alcoholic beverages.

    *It is worth noting that minors under 16 years old will not be allowed entry into any area of the Sambadrome if they are unaccompanied by their guardians.

  • Until what time can I enter the Sambadrome?

    You can enter the Sambadrome until the end of the parade of the second-to-last school of the night. After that, entry will not be permitted.

  • Where are the judges located?

    The judges' cabins at the Sambadrome are located in sectors 3, 6, and 10.

Transfer to Sambodromo

  • How to go to and from the Sambadrome?

    We recommend that you go to the Sambadrome by taxi, subway, or transfer. We do not advise taking conventional buses as many routes change during the parade days. We also do not recommend going by private car as there is no nearby parking, and the streets around the Sambadrome are blocked, making access difficult.

    To learn more about all transportation options to the Sambadrome, visit:

  • Can I go by taxi?

    Yes. The Sambadrome has an agreement with two authorized taxi companies, one for each side, that will drop you off inside the Sambadrome, Coopatur and Coopertramo. To use them you must make a reservation by phone. For the odd side: Coopertramo, phones 21 2560-2022 or 2560-1474. For the even side: Coopatur, phone 21 3885-1000. Inform the taxi driver of your sector number so that he can take you to the correct entrance and on the way back, you can take one of these taxis, parked between sectors 8 and 10 on the even side and between sectors 9 and 11 on the odd side. They have pre-arranged fare and you must contact the company to find out about the exact prices.

  • Can I go to and from the Sambadrome by taxi or ride-sharing car?

    The Sambadrome has agreements with some authorized taxi companies that will drop you off near the Sambadrome, such as Coopatur, Coopertramo, Transcootour, Transcoopass, and Cootramo. To use their services, it is necessary to make a reservation by phone in advance. The cars can accommodate up to four passengers, and the fare is agreed upon in advance.

    Phones: +55 21 3976-9944 / +55 21 9951-8970 / +55 21 99252-3306

    Phones: +55 21 97198-6940

    Email: [email protected]
    Phones: +55 21 2209-9292 / +55 21 98008-0055

    Phones: +55 21 2590-2300 / +55 21 2590-2220 / +55 21 99654-5351

    Phones: +55 21 2209-1555 / +55 21 2560-4888 / +55 21 98112-8140

    Another option is the company specialized in transportation for people with disabilities (PNEs).

    Transport for wheelchair users
    [email protected]
    WhatsApp: +55 21 3295-9606
    +55 21 22899815
    +55 21 98858-8721
    +55 21 98936-0946

    We do not recommend taking an unlicensed taxi or a ride-sharing service. It is important to note that access to the vicinity of the Sambadrome will be restricted to vehicles authorized by LIESA and the Municipality. If you choose to use a conventional taxi or ride-sharing service, you may need to walk through some streets to reach your sector in the Sambadrome.

  • Can I go by car?

    The streets surrounding the Sambadrome will be closed to vehicle traffic, except for vehicles accredited by the municipality. Additionally, there are no parking spaces available near the Sambadrome.

    Do not park in prohibited areas; there is enforcement, and your vehicle may be fined or towed.

  • Can I go by subway/metro?

    Yes, that's the best public transportation option! The metro service is very reliable and safe, operating continuously throughout the carnival, 24 hours a day, with a 10-minute interval during the early morning hours and costs R$6.90. For even sectors, the nearest drop-off station is Praça Onze, approximately 300 meters from the Sambadrome.

  • How does the transfer service work?

    Our Special Transfer service is the most convenient and safe way to reach the Sambadrome. Departing from the main hotels in Rio, at 3 specific times and on the way back, at the end of each samba school's parade there is a transfer returning to the same point you boarded. Get to know more about our transfer service:

  • How does Booker's Angels work?

    Our Angels are Bookers guides who will be available to accompany our clients to the Sambadrome by metro. This service is free and exclusive to even sectors! The meeting point for the Angels is at our Customer Service Center at Hotel Atlântico Copacabana, at 7 pm on the day of your parade. Therefore, we kindly ask you to arrive at least 10 minutes in advance to ensure this special service. Oh, and it's worth mentioning that round-trip metro tickets are also on us! To learn more, visit:

  • Is there a transfer service from the Port to the Sambadrome?

    Yes, the Transfer Service can be purchased along with your tickets. After completing your order, you should schedule a time through our website. The boarding point is located where the graffiti by artist Kobra is, in front of terminal 4.

Travel Tips

  • Is it safe to visit Rio during Carnival?

    During Carnival, the Rio de Janeiro City Hall organizes a large operation in conjunction with the Military Police to intensify security in key areas of the city.

    However, we recommend taking some precautions to avoid inconveniences:

    1. Avoid displaying valuable items in public and crowded places, opting to carry only the essentials.
    2. Always choose to purchase tickets and tour packages from official agencies.
    3. Avoid carrying large amounts of money and original documents such as passports, IDs, etc., when moving around the city.

    These simple practices contribute to a more peaceful experience during Carnival in Rio de Janeiro.

  • Can I go straight from the airport to the Sambadrome?

    It's not possible to go directly from the airport to the Sambadrome because it's necessary to exchange your Voucher for the ticket at our Customer Service Center located at Hotel Atlântico Copacabana on Rua Siqueira Campos, 90. Access to the Sambadrome is only possible with the ticket in hand.
    Considering the distance to the Customer Service Center, we recommend that ticket pickup be done in advance.

Ball Tickets

  • Do you sell tickets for the Magic Ball at Copacabana Palace?

    Tickets for the Copacabana Palace Ball are only available starting in January. Check availability with our customer service team here.

  • What are the types of tickets for the Copacabana Palace Ball?

    There are 3 different types of tickets: Standing (Pista), Noble Room, and Golden Room.

    Remember that the tickets offer varied experiences:

    - Golden Room - Individual tickets with seating at one of the main hall tables, renowned DJs and Brazilian musicians entertaining all night long, and a dance floor for you to enjoy.

    - Noble Room - Individual tickets with seating at one of the hall tables. This hall provides access to the Golden Room. It's a lounge to sit, eat, and chat with friends in peace.

    - Standing - Individual tickets that allow you to move through all the halls and make the most of the entire party, but without a seat at one of the tables.

Travel Tips

  • Where should I stay in Rio?

    Preferably choose neighborhoods in the South Zone, such as Copacabana, Leme, Ipanema, Leblon, Botafogo, Flamengo, among others. These neighborhoods are safer, easily accessible, with various transportation options to the entire city, and offer plenty of entertainment options for all ages. Other neighborhoods with plenty of accommodation options and well sought after are Downtown, Santa Teresa, and Barra da Tijuca.

    Barra da Tijuca is distant from other tourist areas of Rio, but if you are staying near the subway, you can enjoy the good hotel infrastructure.

    In Downtown, you will be close to the area of various popular parties and museums, as well as enjoying generally lower prices, just keep in mind that, as it is not a residential area, the neighborhood tends to be emptier at night.

    Santa Teresa is a neighborhood atop a hill, with a charming atmosphere and spectacular views of the city, but transportation options are more restricted, and its steep streets and hills can be challenging for people with mobility difficulties.

  • What are the Carnival activities in Rio?

    Rio de Janeiro is world-famous for its Carnival festivities, offering a variety of activities and events. Here are some options for what to do during Carnival in Rio de Janeiro:

    - Samba School Parades: The highlight of Rio's Carnival is the samba school parades at the Sambadrome. Schools compete in different categories, presenting huge floats, elaborate costumes, and choreographed performances.

    - Street Blocos: Thousands of revelers gather in different neighborhoods to participate in street blocos, which are carnival groups that parade through the streets playing music, dancing, and celebrating.

    - Carnival Balls: Various clubs and venues host Carnival balls, where people dress up in extravagant costumes and dance to the sound of carnival music.

    - Technical Rehearsals: Samba schools hold technical rehearsals at the Sambadrome before the official parades, allowing the public to get a preview of the performances.

    It's worth noting that information may vary from year to year, and it's always good to check the specific schedule for the current year. Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is a unique celebration, known for its vibrant energy and contagious joy.

  • Do I need a visa for Brazil?

    Before entering any foreign territory, you should check with your country's government whether only a passport is required or if a visa is necessary.

    To find out if you need a visa to travel to Brazil, visit:

    Brazil adopts a reciprocity policy regarding visas. This means that citizens of countries that require visas for Brazilian citizens will need a visa to travel to Brazil. According to Brazilian legislation, Brazil must reciprocally agree to grant visa waivers to nationals of another country, except in cases provided for in Decree 9,731/2019. Brazil has entered into visa waiver agreements with approximately 90 countries.

  • Is it safe to visit Rio during Carnival?

    During Carnival, the City of Rio de Janeiro organizes a large operation together with the Military Police to avoid problems.

    Anyway, as in any big city, there is always a small margin of insecurity, so just take basic precautions to avoid bad times.

    Try not to go out with valuables in public and busy places, always take the essentials. Avoid traveling with a lot of money and/or important documents (ID, passport, etc.). We do not recommend walking down the street using your cell phone or camera.

    Always buy tickets and tours at official agencies. We also recommend not buying things from street vendors with a credit card, try to pay in cash.

  • Where is the gay zone during Carnival?

    In Rio de Janeiro, there isn't a specific "gay zone"; LGBTQIA+ revelers are welcome everywhere the festivities take place as the celebration is very open and inclusive throughout the city. However, some neighborhoods and events are known to attract more of this community, creating a vibrant and welcoming atmosphere.

    Locations like the neighborhoods of Copacabana and Ipanema are often popular meeting points for the LGBTQIA+ community during Carnival, with many street blocos and parties happening in the area.

    Since Carnival is a popular event, it's always a good idea to check the official schedule, seek local recommendations, and be aware of specific activities that may occur in different neighborhoods during this time.

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