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Football Museum

Located inside Estádio Municipal Paulo Machado de Carvalho (a soccer stadium located in the  Pacaembu neighborhood of Sao Paulo), the Museum du ...  Read more

Fortaleza Beach Park

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

The Fortaleza Beach Park complex is on Fortaleza's coast. Its main attraction is its enormous Aqua Park, with waterslides, waterfalls, and an artificial ...  Read more

Forte de Monte Serrat

Built in the late 1500s, Forte de Monte Serrat was once known as Castelo de Sao Felipe and today still serves as one of the most iconic military structures in ...  Read more

Forte dos Reis Magos

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Star-shaped Forte de Reis Magos (Three Wise Men Fort) predates the founding of Natal by nearly two years. The Portuguese began building the fort on January ...  Read more

Galinhos

With its vast, deserted beaches, towering sand dunes and pellucid waters, Brazil’s Costa Branca or "White Coast" is one of the country’s most ...  Read more

Genipabu

Genipabu is a beach village known for its large sand dunes and freshwater lagoons.  There are a few different ways to explore the mounds of shifting ...  Read more

Gold Path (Caminho do Ouro)

This rugged trail in the hills of Minas Gerais, once served as a train route for mining supplies, African slaves and exporting gold. But after numerous pirate ...  Read more

Guanabara Bay

4 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

A vast oceanic inlet flanked by the looming peaks of Sugarloaf Mountain and Papagaio Peak and dotted with over 100 islands, Guanabara Bay provides a dramatic ...  Read more

Guarujá

Nicknamed "The Pearl of the Atlantic," the Brazilian city of Guarujá hosts the closest stretch of beach to São Paulo, making it a wildly ...  Read more

Hotel Unique

With its striking crescent shape, Sao Paulo’s iconic Hotel Unique has been said to look like many things — a copper half-moon, the hull of a ship...but locals ...  Read more

Ibirapuera Park

Sao Paulo’s version of NYC’s Central Park, leafy Ibirapuera Park was opened on the 400th anniversary of the city, in 1954, and it’s known as much for its ...  Read more

Igreja Sao Sebastiao

Along with the Teatro Amazonas in central Manaus, the rubber boom of the late 1800s also saw the construction of the Church of San Sebastian (Igreja Sao ...  Read more

Iguassu Falls

4 star rating: Recommended 237 Reviews

This spectacular landscape of crashing waterfalls was once held sacred by the Guarani people, who called it Iguassu, or "Big Water." Straddling the ...  Read more

Ilha Comprida

The best thing about this “long island” on Brazil’s east coast is that it’s home to the second largest beach in Paraty. A trip to Ilha Comprida guarantees not ...  Read more

Ilha dos Frades

Warm waves and slow tides make the picturesque shores of Ilha dos Frades—a star-shaped island accessible only by boat—one of Salvador’s most popular family ...  Read more

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