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Why visit Brazil |  Best things to do and see

Why visit Brazil | Best things to do and see

Brazil is the largest country in South America and the 5th largest country in the world. Brazil is synonymous with dynamic samba rhythms, colorful carnival, long stretches of sandy beaches and one of the most popular soccer centers. Immerse yourself in the extraordinary landscapes, incredible wildlife and unique culture. If you’re still not sure if Brazil should be your next vacation destination, read our reasons why Brazil is so legendary! Towns Read moreVisit Rio de Janeiro... During Carnival!We can all agree that Brazil is a country that everyone should visit once in their lifetime. But, where to go exactly? Brazil is a massive 8.5 million square km country, so expect a lot of diverse locations. Sure Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo are top priorities for good reason. The city of Christ the Redeemer is a cultural hub with some of the greatest attractions in the world such as the Tijuca National Park, Copacabana beach and others. On the other side, the most populous city in Brazil continues to grow in popularity, offering a dynamic atmosphere and a huge cultural baggage that you can discover in many excellent museums. The capital, Brasilia, is another important business and tourist center. Here you can enjoy many festivities throughout the year and a rich schedule of performances, concerts and traditional events. Read more10 must-do things in Rio de JaneiroRecife is a traditional Brazilian city that resembles Venice thanks to its many canals. The city is full of interesting landmarks some of which are on the UNESCO list and has some of the most incredible beaches. The former capital of salvador is one of the oldest cities in Brazil. The city has a rich historical past which is reflected in lots of things...

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Our Top Tips for Visiting Rio de Janeiro!

Our Top Tips for Visiting Rio de Janeiro!

“Travel is the education of youth and the experience of old age.” Francis Bacon From year to year, Rio de Janeiro becomes more and more touristy. In 2018, the city hosted 1.5 million tourists during the Rio carnival alone, 400,000 more than the previous year. Read moreVisit Rio de Janeiro... During Carnival!If you plan to go to trip to brazil, do not miss Rio de Janeiro. The second largest city in the country, the city offers many cultural and festive riches. Here are our top tips for preparing your Rio de Janeiro tour. Read more10 must-do things in Rio de Janeiro The best Portuguese teachers available Read more10 things to do in Rio de Janeiro4.9 (45 reviews) 1er course offered! 4.9 (14 reviews) 1er course offered! 4.9 (61 reviews) 1er course offered! 5 (13 reviews) 1er course offered! 4.9 (8 reviews) 1er course offered! 4.9 (13 reviews) 1er course offered! 5 (21 reviews) 1er course offered! 5 (7 reviews) 1er course offered! 4.9 (45 reviews) 1er course offered! 4.9 (14 reviews) 1er course offered! 4.9 (61 reviews) 1er course offered! 5 (13 reviews) 1er course offered! 4.9 (8 reviews) 1er course offered! 4.9 (13 reviews) 1er course offered! 5 (21 reviews) 1er course offered! 5 (7 reviews) 1er course offered! Let’s go Visit Rio: the neighborhoods of the city Visit Christ the Redeemer during your stay! The town is close to the Guanabara Bay, near the Atlantic Ocean. It is surrounded by surrounding hills and bordered by the Atlantica rainforest. Rio can be divided into four zones: The northern area, The center, The southern area, The West Zone. Most tourist activities are located in the central and southern areas of the city. In these parts you will find the...

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