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Manaus may not rank at the top of most Brazil must-see lists in the way that Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo do, but this major port city has the appeal of a pretty historic center - complete with ...
Fortaleza is a perpetually sunny, seaside city with a vibrant atmosphere, lovely restored colonial buildings and several urban beaches. One of the largest cities in Brazil’s northeast, its main charm ...
Day 1: Bright Lights, Big City Get to know one of the world’s largest cities by heading directly into its heart with a tour of neo-Gothic Sé Cathedral and a few hours of free culture at the ...
If Rio de Janeiro is Brazil’s golden, glamorous face, and the Amazon its exotic, mysterious heart, then Salvador da Bahia is its irrepressibly joyful soul. Famous for its wild festivals (Salvador’s ...
Natal sits as the capital of Rio Grande de Norte and can be found just south of the eastern horn of Brazil. Known for its sandy dunes and white beaches, most visitors come here for a taste of ...
While the Brazilian side of Iguacu offers the finest views, folks who want to immerse themselves in the prismatic mists of the other 80% of the falls will want to cross the border to Argentina. In ...
Only about 20% of the park lies on the Brazilian side of the border. Thus, the vast majority of hiking trails, adventure tours, and other activities begin on the Argentine side. There's still plenty ...
While three days is more than enough time to see just the falls, there is more to Foz do Iguazu and the surrounding area that is worth exploring. Day 1: Touchdown in Foz do Iguacu Arrive in ...
Brazil’s third-largest city, Salvador da Bahia, is perfectly situated for taking advantage of some of the country’s most spectacular scenery, from idyllic beachfronts to historic villages. A scenic ...
Written by Ernest White, March 2013
When people think of Brazil ,
they don’t usually think of it as a family-friendly destination.
Sun-splashed adult playground is what initially comes to mind, but
throughout South America’s ...
Written by Ernest White, January 2013
There’s no bigger bash on Earth than Carnival in Brazil , and while Rio de Janeiro
might host the best-known celebration, cities in every corner of the
country party just as hard. Commemorating ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, October 2012
Vast and varied, timeless and tempting, Brazil beckons travelers from all over the world. From pristine rainforests to urban jungles, world-class parties to quiet beaches, there is something here for ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, July 2012
While the two biggest draws on Brazil ’s southern coast are also among South America’s biggest cities—wonderful Rio
and business-savvy Sao Paolo—travelers may find themselves eager to
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, June 2012
gets all the international press, São Paulo is in many ways the heart
of all things Brazilian. Home to more than 20 million people, including
immigrants from all over the world, ...
Written by Ernest White, February 2013
Aside from being Brazil’s largest city and the country’s financial heavyweight, São Paulo is a vast metropolis full of exciting activities and events, award-winning restaurants, unbeatable ...
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