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Things to Do & Attractions in Brazil

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Carambei Historical Park (Parque Historico de Carambei)

A fascinating tribute to Brazil’s Dutch pioneers, the Carambei Historical Park (Parque Historico de Carambei) is a vast open-air museum where visitors can ...  Read more

Carlos Costa Pinto Museum (Museu Carlos Costa Pinto)

The Carlos Costa Pinto Museum takes visitors back in time to the everyday lives of the aristocracy from Bahia’s sugarcane-producing days in the 1600s – 1800s. ...  Read more

Casa Franca Brasil

This architectural highlight was built in 1820 and once served as a customs house for the region. Today, Casa Franca Brasil is home to rotating exhibitions ...  Read more

Catedral Sao Joao Batista

This elegant example of neo-Gothic architecture, easily Brazil's finest, might seem more at home in Medieval France than the rainforests of the New World. But ...  Read more

Center of Tourism (Centro de Turismo do Ceara)

Housed within the former public jailhouse in downtown Fortaleza, the Center of Tourism (Centro de Turismo do Ceara) has been fully restored to include art and ...  Read more

Cervejaria Bohemia

There’s a lot more to Cervejaria Bohemia than simply “the best beer in Brazil.” Sure, the beer that’s made at this Petrópolis brewery is a local ...  Read more

Chacara do Ceu Museum

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 88 Reviews

Situated in a sleek, chic modernist house in Santa Teresa, Rio’s bohemian quarter, the Chacara do Ceu Museum houses part of the vast art collection of the late ...  Read more

Church of Our Lady of Candelaria

4.5 star rating: Recommended 73 Reviews

Once the tallest structure in all of Rio de Janeiro, the Church of Our Lady of Candelaria features a striking combination of Baroque, Neoclassical, and ...  Read more

Church of Our Lady of the Rosary

Built by slaves in the early 1700s, the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary is one of Paraty’s most historic—and most visited—religious sites. The ornate wooden ...  Read more

Cidade Alta

Cidade Alta (Upper City) contains Salvador’s largest concentration of sights. Perched on an escarpment and affording great views over the bay (Todos os ...  Read more

Cidade do Samba (Samba City)

Every February and early March, the world’s largest party takes place on the streets of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Sure—Carnaval is celebrated in ports and ...  Read more

Cinelandia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Located in Rio’s central financial district, Cinelandia is the common name for an attractive Parisian-style square officially named Praça Floriano ...  Read more

Coffee Museum (Museu do Café)

At the Santos Coffee Museum visitors experience the world’s favorite caffeinated-beverage through history and of course, taste. The Coffee Museum is housed in ...  Read more

Coffee Palace

Near São Paulo, the port city of Santos is home to Brazil’s Coffee Palace. Opened in 1914, it served as the hub of Brazil’s booming coffee industry, ...  Read more

Conceicao Lagoon (Lagoa da Conceicao)

Located just over the hill from downtown Florianopolis, the Lagoa da Conceição neighborhood is situated on a lagoon that bears the same name. This ...  Read more

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