RIO SUMMER GAMES 2016

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RIO SUMMER GAMES 2016

2016 SUMMER GAMES – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Games: August 5-21, 2016
Para Games: September 7-18, 2016

Hospitality

We offer a range of comprehensive services during the Games, including hotels, hospitality and transportation.

Hotels

FunLy has brokered more than 4,000 room nights in Rio de Janeiro. Whether your clients need 5 star hotels or workforce accommodations, we have the contacts and experience to facilitate your group.

Transportation

Rio is a mess. Let us help you get from Point A to Point B. We can assist you with airport transfers, buses and private limos with drivers.

​Viva sua paixão, “Live your passion” coming to the Rio de Janeiro Summer Games! Rio is the first South American city gearing up to host this particular world class event. The XXXI Summer Games will be a way busier time for the city, compared to the few matches during the 2014 Soccer World Cup. 17 days, 42 sports including the newly added rugby & golf, over 10,000 athletes from more than 200 nations, 306 medal events, 34 competition venues spread across 4 areas.
Let us assist you with the most suitable ground services, accommodation, frills &trills according to your need.
Contact us today. We do offer the same support for the Para Games as well, running September 7-18, 2016.
Rio de Janeiro areas hosting the competition:
  • Barra da Tijuca: Golf, Road Cycling, Basketball, Wrestling, Judo, Fencing, Taekwondo, Handball, Diving, Synchronized Swimming, Swimming, Water Polo, Tennis, Artistic/Rhythmic Gymnastics, Trampoline, Track cycling, Table Tennis, Badminton, Weightlifting, Boxing
  • Copacabana: Sailing, Beach Volleyball, Marathon Swimming, Road Cycling, Triathlon, Canoe Sprint, Rowing
  • Deodoro: Modern Pentathlon, Rugby, Equestrian Eventing/Jumping/Dressage, Hockey, Shooting, Basketball, Mountain Bike, BMX, Canoe Slalom
  • Maracana: Ceremonies, Soccer, Water Polo, Volleyball, Athletics, Archery, Marathon
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SUMMER GAMES DISCLAIMER – FunlyEvents is not associated with the  Rio de Janeiro Olympic Committee for the 2016 Olympic Summer Games.

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