The home of Iguaçu Falls and the Rio de Janeiro Carnival, Brazil is one of the most exciting destinations in the world. The fact that it is South America’s largest country that contributes to the many places you can visit. Whether it is the Amazon rainforest or tropical beaches along the Atlantic, there are plenty places for you to choose from.
Starting off with the capital – Brasilia. Planned city from the very start, today it is developed as people refer to as a utopia. Its modern infrastructure is designed in an airplane shape with different sections serving as different districts like residential or governmental. There are so many sights for you to visit and see like the unique Brasilia Cathedral and the Presidential Palace. The city is designed with sensual curves and plain white or grey surfaces and everything screams – style and harmony. It is definitely a must.
Rio de Janeiro
The most exciting destination is without doubt Rio de Janeiro as the most visited city in the continent. It is a city that gathers the most – mountains, beaches, landmarks and of course – the Carnival. The famous beaches Copacabana and Ipanema are one of the most beautiful in the world and attract the most tourists; not to mention the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue atop Corcovado Mountain. It is a very bohemian town, which “excels at hedonism”. There you can find all you want – great nightlife, restaurants and bars and also rich culture and art.
There is no trip to Brazil without visiting Iguacu Falls. Larger than Niagara, Iguacu is one of the most attractive spots in Brazil. Definitely, a must, this breathtaking spectacle of falling waters is more enchanting even than the surrounding forests and exotic wildlife.
The “Venice of Brazil” is Recife. This is one of the most important cities in Brazil, truly a metropolis. It is called the “Venice of Brazil” for its numerous bridges and waterways. It has a beautiful historic old town with fascinating history, beautiful beaches and incredible sceneries. The city may seem a bit untidy, but it is great for frevo music, deriving its name from the way brass bands make a rhythm into frenzy.
One of the largest cities in the world according to population is Sao Paulo. It has a non-stop nightlife but also it is famous for its concrete jungle, number of parks and portions of the Atlantic rainforest. The city is full of skyscrapers and incredible sceneries. Also it offers a rich gastronomy and cultural life.