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Abilio Barreto Historical Museum (Museu Histórico Abílio Barreto)

The Abilio Barreto Historical Museum brings visitors back in time to the founding days of Belo Horizonte and through hundreds of years of history. In the ...  Read more

Adolpho Lisboa Municipal Market

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

The image of the art-nouveau cast-iron Adolpho Lisboa Municipal Market building is like a snapshot of the multiculturalism of Manaus as a whole. The building, ...  Read more

Allianz Parque

Hailed by many as the best stadium in São Paulo, Allianz Parque is a multipurpose arena in the West Zone of the city. Inaugurated in November 2014, the ...  Read more

Altino Arantes Building (Banespa Tower)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 26 Reviews

An enduring symbol of São Paulo’s 20th-century race to modernity, the Edifício Altino Arantes—more commonly known as the Banespa Tower or ...  Read more

Amazon Rainforest

4.5 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

Trying to fathom the Amazon’s size is a lesson in mental futility. You can read all the Amazon stats that you want—like the fact that the Amazon has more ...  Read more

Angra Dos Reis

4 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

With miles of white sand beaches, aquamarine waters and a backdrop of forested mountains, Angra dos Reis, or the Bay of Kings, is as impressive as its name ...  Read more

Art Gallery of the State of Sao Paulo (Pinacoteca do Estado)

One of Brazil’s most important art museums, the Art Gallery of the State of Sao Paulo (Pinacoteca do Estado) was founded in 1905. Dedicated to 19th- and ...  Read more

Atlantic Forest (Mata Atlântica)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 66 Reviews

The Atlantic Forest, or Mata Atlantica Biosphere Reserve, covers 14 states and spreads over more than 20,000 acres in Brazil. It’s formed of the remnants of a ...  Read more

Avenida Berrini

Developed in the late 1970s as an off-price alternative to the sky-high rents along Avenida Paulista, Avenida Berrini (pronounced be-HEE-nee) has given its ...  Read more

Avenida Paulista

One of the most expensive strips of real estate in Latin America, Avenida Paulista is São Paulo’s most iconic thoroughfare. What started out as a ...  Read more

Baia Formosa

Baia Formosa translates to “beautiful bay,” a fitting name for this scenic city in eastern Rio Grande do Norte, bordering the nearby state of Paraíba. It ...  Read more

Bairro Cosme Velho

The Cosme Velho neighborhood is best known as the jumping-off point to ascend Corcovado Mountain to Christ the Redeemer. Most visitors to Rio will set foot in ...  Read more

Bank of Brasil Cultural Center (Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil)

Since 1986 Bank of Brasil Cultural Center has been showcasing an impressive collection of artwork that’s made it one of the top 100 most-visited art museums ...  Read more

Barra da Tijuca

Barra da Tijuca, often referred to simply as Barra, is one of Rio’s newest neighborhoods — evident by its mega malls and glass-towered condominiums. As one of ...  Read more

Barra de Cunhaú

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Natal is known for its spectacular beaches and Barra do Cunhau is no exception. Its clear blue ocean and white sands are backed by palm trees and mangroves ...  Read more

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