The big and beautiful Copacabana, stretching about 4 km of white sparkling sand along the city of Rio, Copacabana beach sure is magical. While walking down by the water, hearing the sounds of the ocean to my right and the lively noise from the billion city Rio de Janeiro to my left I start wondering, what if Stockholm would have a beach like this, what if the entire north side of Södermalm would be a big beach.. Would be quite nice i think. Walking down the beachside of Copacabana gives me a special feeling. Firstly, you have one of the biggest and most beautiful beaches I’ve seen, just next to that beach lies one of the biggest cities I’ve ever visited, & beyond the skyscrapers outlines big mountains climbs the horizon, giving it all a magical touch.Brazil, the land of the tiny mini ”tanga” bikini.. I’m sure you’ve seen or heard about it, and it’s true. Brown or white, big or thin, old or young, almost everyone uses them (mostly girls though). For a foreigner like me that sure is one of the things you that catches your eyes walking the white beaches of Rio de Janeiro. So if you enjoy thinly dressed ladies, Rio sure is a city for you. Though, if you’re the type of person that likes breast more or if you like to sunbath topless Rio isn’t the town for you, since doing that will most likely get you arrested.Another common sight on Rio’s beaches is people running by, mostly seen are the tanned and well trained guys. So if you’re into that, you should join the the rest and visit Rio!As most beaches with tourists, Rio has the obligatory sellers walking up and down, shouting something that you understand nothing of. Selling everything from sunscreen to sodas. But is it the best beach? Even though it has the coolest name, I’ve got to say I like another beach even more here in Rio, which one? I’ll show you tomorrow!