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Morro Branco

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Morro Branco’s red colored cliffs are an easy day trip from Fortaleza. While looking strikingly red from a distance (particularly when contrasted with the ...  Read more

Morro da Urca

4 star rating: Recommended 562 Reviews

Sitting in the shadow of big brother and Rio de Janeiro icon, Sugar Loaf Mountain, the Morro da Urca is just as important if only because the cable car trip up ...  Read more

Morro de Sao Paulo

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

Bahia not relaxed enough for you? Then try Morro de Sao Paulo, the ultimate island getaway. The complete opposite to its big city namesake Sao Paulo, Morro ...  Read more

Morro do Careca (Bald Hill)

This large sand dune located in the center of the city of Natal has become the main symbol of the city and the state of Rio Grande do Norte. Pictures of Morro ...  Read more

Museu Afro-Brasileiro

The Museo Afro-Brasileiro is one of the few museums of its type in Brazil exclusively dedicated to African cultural heritage and its influence on ...  Read more

Museu do Índio

4 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

Learning about the indigenous population of a country like Brazil should be an interesting and engaging part of one's visit. The museum is run by a ...  Read more

Museu do Seringal Vila Paraíso (Rubber Museum)

Located on the site of a former rubber estate, the Museu do Seringal Vila Paraíso (Rubber Museum) is the last vestige of the Amazon’s once booming rubber ...  Read more

National Fine Arts Museum

4 star rating: Recommended 494 Reviews

Set in an impressive neoclassical building in downtown Rio de Janeiro that harkens back to an era when the city was a national—and imperial—capital, the ...  Read more

National Library

4 star rating: Recommended 494 Reviews

Holding over 9 million volumes within its stacks and archives, Brazil’s extensive National Library (Biblioteca Nacional) is the largest library in Latin ...  Read more

Natural Science Museum (Museo De Ciencias Naturais Da Amazonia)

Certainly one of the attractions of visiting the Amazonas region is the incredible variety of living creatures that are unique to the river and rainforest. ...  Read more

Palacio do Catete

The imposing Palacio do Catete was Brazil’s presidential palace from 1894 until 1960 when Brasilia became the capital of Brazil. The buildings now house ...  Read more

Paraty Historic Center

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

Visitors looking to escape the sun and instead, soak up a bit of Paraty culture will enjoy exploring the cobbled streets of the town’s compact Historic Center. ...  Read more

Paraty House of Culture (Casa da Cultura)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

The colonial mansion that houses Casa da Cultura, dates back to the middle of the 18th Century, making it an ideal place to explore the rich history and ...  Read more

Parque das Aves (Birds Park)

The most famous residents of Iguacu's humid subtropical forests—the parrots, toucans, lorikeets, flamingos, and other brightly colored tropical birds—can be ...  Read more

Pelourinho

4 star rating: Recommended 10 Reviews

Pelourinho is Salvador’s original colonial center and was Brazil's first slave market. Its name is derived from the post or pillory that African slaves were ...  Read more

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