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Do this, but take a tour group. The viewing platforms are tiny and always crowded, no longer easy to just go by yourself. The train is really fun, but check it out first...very popular and long lines both ways.
There's not always visibility . Not always a blue sky. (Booking in advance on the net. Then arriving on the day and seeing a sign on the ticket window saying it's cloudy, no visibility. Even when they print ur ticket it says no visibility). But smile & enjoy anyway! The clouds come and go. Hopefully u will see the Christ briefly like I did. And ur photos will be unique
They have managed to make sure you get screwed on the transportation so it may be best to take a tour bus. I used Uber and it was a reasonable price from Copacabana. However, I had to pay R$22 for the car to park and wait for us to come back.
Crowded daily, and its better to get there using the trolley which starts in the Rio neighborhood of Covina. Catch at the bottom and it take you almost to the Cristo. You have to switch before getting to the top and pay the visitors fee.
The worst experience of my life. It was my second time, I went there for a second time because my husband wanted to go to. Everything alright until a thunderstorm started. There was no structure for tourists whatsoever. We had to wait more than an hour in a heavy rain because we were already in line to departure and there was NO communication of what was going on. When the train arrived we also had to wait about 40 min to finally leave the station. It was a nightmare. We were all afraid and would be great if staff had told was what was happening.
Use an organized tour operator to visit. There is a small chapel at the base of the back of the statute that is lovely to sit in. Spend the $4 on a lapel pin at the top but wait until you are elsewhere to buy a small statue.