The first shopping mall to be built in Rio de Janeiro, Rio Sul opened its doors on April 28, 1980, and its proximity to the main tourist attractions of the city – such as the Sugar Loaf and Corcovado – soon put it on the route of who comes here.
Associated from the beginning with the beauty of icons images of the Marvelous City, the mall assumes its spirit of inovation in every fashion that launches, differentiating itself by accurately translating the true Carioca spirit.
In its seven floors – four of which are parking spaces – 400 shops of the most diverse segments, including a home center with more than 26 decoration shops. Rio Sul also has cafes, gift shops, two food courts with varied options, and a state-of-the-art gym. The four cinemas complement the mix of services.