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Rio Olympics: Where to go And What You'll Find
In the splendid Maracana stadium into a sewage-filled bay, an enormous assortment of settings will greet sports fans and athletes at the Rio
Olympics.

That is the very first time a South American city has hosted since the market skidded into deep downturn and the challenge continues to be
made all the more difficult for Brazil.
The good thing is that stadiums and arenas are declared complete, barring the odd tweak that is aesthetic. The primary issue is whether a
transport network that is revamped will prepare yourself for the August 5 opening ceremony.

Narrative of four cities
The most iconic city of Brazil was split into four hearts for the Games.
The primary complex is the Olympic Park in the well off Barra da Tijuca region that is western, which can have most swimming, the tennis,
gymnastics, judo and wrestling events.

A small area in the northwest of Rio that does not normally see many tourists, Deodoro, will host contests including canoeing, field hockey,
rugby sevens and equestrian events.

Before closing rounds play out at the Maracana and Olympic arenas in Rio the soccer tournament will be spread around the state at former 2014
World Cup sites.

Windsurfing and sailing will be based with the courses out in Guanabara Bay, at Marina da Gloria, near Copacabana. Triathlon swimming and
aquatic marathon will occur off Copacabana beach.

But the amazing Guanabara Bay has been set by decades of pollution in danger of environmental ruin and there are concerns for the well-being
of sportsmen

.
Authorities had guaranteed an enormous clean-up, with reform of the sanitation system of the town to ensure at least 80 percent of sewage
would be treated.
Guanabara Bay additionally sees vast quantities of floating garbage, like bottles and plastic bags. Garbage- boats that are collection will encircle
the sailing paths to try and prevent anything.

But among the most photogenic of the Games, the sailing events will be on television at least.
The best way to get around?
Rio de Janeiro is a sprawling area separated favelas, by steep hills and traffic-clogged roads, so transportation can be challenging.
But the city is over whether the metro expansion -- the largest infrastructure project in the city -- will be prepared on tenterhooks. It is simply
due to open before the opening ceremony, which can be almost last minute with regards to a such a vast endeavor.

Use will be limited to people who have Olympic event tickets even should it open. The general public is only going to have the ability to use the
new metro.

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