RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Spring days have been nothing but atypical in Rio this year. A rainy and cloudy landscape has become a rule rather than the exception in Rio de Janeiro, known for its exuberantly colorful scenery during this season. The lower-than-usual temperatures and gray skies are making Rio's springtime unrecognizable, but this doesn't mean Cariocas are not finding ways to cope with the weather and enjoy what indoor venues have to offer.
Thanks to lower Covid-19 infection rates in the city, the indoor arts & culture life is gradually going back to normal . . .