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Things to do in Brazil

Travel to Brazil

It’s always a good time to travel to Brazil. The fifth largest country in the world and the largest of South America, it is never shy to show its passionate side. Brazil is gifted with a varied terrain, phenomenal waterfalls and a lot of people who know how to dance to the beat. Visitors will love to be swept away in its rhythms. If you love color and flavor and heat, you need to meet Brazil. Here’s a select list of Brazilian destinations Owegoo recommends.

 

Foz do Iguaçu

Foz do Iguaçu showcases Brazilian’s wildlife and beautiful scenery. The star attraction is the Iguaçu Falls which are three times as vast as Niagara Falls. Read more about Foz do Iguaçu…

 

Rio de Janerio

Many religious tourists flock to the Rio de Janeiro Jesus statue, Christ the Redeemer, which was created in 1931. It took seven years to make and is a symbol of peace and considered one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. Read more about Rio de Janerio…

 

Sao Paulo

Sao Paolo is often underrated because of the more popular Rio de Janeiro, but it actually plays host to numerous festivals and cultural attractions, museums, shopping malls, and parks. The sports, entertainment, and nightlife scene in Sao Paulo is always buzzing with excitement and fun. Read more about Sao Paulo…

 

Belo Horizonte

Belo Horizonte is the capital of Minas Gerais, Brazil. It is a great model of topnotch urban planning, with its tree-lined avenues and neat, orderly grid sections and friendly neighborhood bars. Read more about Belo Horizonte…

 

Brasilia

Brasilia (Brasília) is one of the only cities in the world that was designed and built in 2,000 days. Created out of a visionary dream for the new capital of Brazil, it is a modern wonder of exciting nightlife, incredible architecture, and lavish festivals. Read more about Brasilia…

 

Recife

Recife, one of the largest cities in Brazil, sits at the convergence of the Atlantic Ocean, Beberibe River, and Capibaribe River. The city is distributed across islands, canals, and rivers, giving it the moniker of the “Brazilian Venice”. Read more about Recife…

 

Salvador da Bahia

Salvador da Bahia is known for its spectacular beaches, colorful street festivals, and interesting historic attractions. When you go to the city for a holiday or vacation, expect that your trip will be a pleasant mix of surfing, shopping, and partying. Read more about Salvador da Bahia…

 

São Luis

The state capital of Maranhão, Brazil, São Luis is a humble city brimming with cultural and natural attractions. Its historic center is well preserved and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site while the beaches of São Luis are a paradise on Earth. Read more about Sao Luis…