In the second of a two-part series of local guides to , Carioca Instagrammer Ticiana Porto (@ticianaporto) shares her places to capture in the (Marvelous City). Ticiana has lived in Rio for 10 years and has challenged herself to take and share a different of the city each day since 2011.To kick off your visit, Ticiana suggests cycling along the seaside, starting in the eastern beach community of Leblon. “Head west and you'll reach the famous sidewalks of and then Arpoador, a small peninsula with a great . Stop for a photo and a coconut in Arpoador, then keep cycling along Copacabana Beach to the Leme neighborhood.” Not a fan of cycling? Ticiana also encourages visitors to stop and spend an afternoon on Ipanema Beach, drinking caipirinhas and admiring the fashions. “In Ipanema, everyone goes to the beach dressed and ready for their out after.” Looking for grand views of Rio? Ticiana recommends three trips: photograph Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) from atop the Pão de Açúcar (Sugarloaf); see the view of Floresta Atlântica and the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas from atop Corcovado; and, capture the view of Pão de Açúcar from Parque das Ruinas (Ruins Park). To see more of Ticiana's Rio de Janeiro, visit and follow @ticianaporto by instagram