Copacabana Beach starts on Princesa Isabel Street and ends at POSTO SEIS. There are two types of small beaches: one, inside Fort Copacabana, and the second at the famous Ipanema neighborhood. The region is one of the “Olympic regions” during the 2016 Summer Olympics.
According to Reuters, and the Secretariat for Tourism, Rio de Janeiro contains 63 hotels and 10 hostels in Copacabana.
Copacabana Beach stretches from Posto Dois (Second Guard Watchtower) to Posto Cis. There are historical forts at both ends of Copacabana Beach; Fort Copacabana, built in 1914, which is at the end of the south Pusto Cess and Fort Duque de Caxias, built in 1779, at the northern end. As one of the watchtower of the Posto Dois Guards that did not exist.
There are hotels, restaurants, bars, night clubs and apartment buildings scattered around the park.
Copacabana Beach hosts millions of celebrities during the annual New Year’s Eve celebrations and, in most years, is the official venue for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup.
This beach is also a place where Usain Bolt tries to beat the world record 150 m.
Copacabana Corniche is widely known (4 kilometers long). It was completed in 1970, using black and white Portuguese with sidewalk design since its inception in 1930: an engineering wave. The Copacabana theme park was designed by Roberto Borle Marx
Copacabana has the highest human development index in Rio, and the 2000 HDI Copacabana census rolled out at 0.902.
According to IBGE, about 160,000 people live in Copacabana and 44,000 or 27.5% of them are 60 years or older. Copacabana covers an area of 7.84 km ² which gives the town a population density of 20,400 people per km ².
Residential buildings 11-13 floors were built next to each other to take over the town. There are rare houses and buildings of two floors.
There are more than 40 different bus itineraries that serve Copacabana, and there are three subway stations: Cantagalo, Sequeira Campos and Cardeal Arcoverde. There are also three main arteries parallel to each other: Atlantic Street, which consists of 6 lanes, over 4 km from the seaside avenue, Noosa Senhora de Copacabana Avenue and Parata Ribeiro / Raul, both of which consist of 4 lanes of 3.5 km in length. Parata Ribeiro Street changes its name to Raoul Street after Sa Freire. There are twenty-four streets that cut across all three major arteries, and seven other streets crossed.