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Lapa Neighborhood

The most bohemian of Rio de Janeiro’s neighborhoods, vibrant Lapa is best known for its eclectic music scene, with an abundance of bars, clubs and venues ...  Read more

Leblon Beach

Fronting one of Rio’s wealthiest and most exclusive neighborhoods, Leblon Beach is a slightly quieter alternative to its neighbor Ipanema. Separated from ...  Read more

Liberdade

Home to the world’s largest Japanese population outside Japan, the Sao Paulo district of Liberdade is a densely-populated neighborhood that’s a popular spot ...  Read more

Mangue Seco

This tropical paradise ranks high among the most popular destinations in and around Salvador. Located in the traditional fishing village of Jandaira, the sandy ...  Read more

Maracajau Reef (Parrachos de Maracajau)

If the string of shallow coral reefs that grace Natal’s gorgeous, sandy coastline could be called a necklace, then Maracajaú Reef is its biggest, most ...  Read more

Maracana Stadium

4.5 star rating: Recommended 30 Reviews

The gigantic Maracanã Stadium was built to open the 1950 World Cup.  It holds the record for the largest attendance at a World cup final as 199,854 ...  Read more

Martinelli Building

Standing 130 meters tall in the heart of São Paulo, the Martinelli Building was the city’s first skyscraper. Built in 1929 with 12 floors to begin with, ...  Read more

Meireles Beach

The Brazilian state of Ceara is famous for its long coastline and numerous beaches. In the city of Fortaleza, Meireles Beach is one of the busiest stretches ...  Read more

Mercado Central

Like many northeastern Brazilian cities, Fortaleza is famous for its handicrafts, particularly its embroidered white lace textiles. One of the best places in ...  Read more

Mercado Modelo

3 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

Mercado Modelo is a lively place stocked full of arts, crafts and touristy trinkets. Located across the street from the restored art deco elevador lacerda ...  Read more

Mercado Municipal

Situated in a vast but lovely neoclassical structure and first opened in 1933, the Mercado Municipal de São Paulo — known colloquially as the ...  Read more

Metropolitan Cathedral

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Natal’s Metropolitan Cathedral was recently restored and is decidedly modern, making for an interesting stop in the city and an architectural landmark worth ...  Read more

Metropolitan Cathedral

Designed by French architect George Mounier and allegedly inspired by the grand cathedral in Cologne, the Metropolitan Cathedral of Forteza is the third ...  Read more

Monastery of Sao Bento

In Sao Paulo’s downtown, the Monastery of Sao Bento is known for its Gregorian chanting, exceptional bakery, and beautiful frescoes. To catch the medieval ...  Read more

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

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