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.
Around the city you can explore the Brazilian savanna, a natural world of caves, waterfalls, lakes and grottos.
Brasilia is rich in culture and tradition, whilst also being home to some of the most elaborate cathedrals, palaces, parks and gardens in the world.
Whatever time of year you visit the fascinating city, you will find that there are lots of things to experience and things to do in Brasilia
The Brasilia national park is the largest park in the world and has incredibly lush flora and fauna that attracts thousands of people every year.
As a capital city, Brasilia has plenty of shopping including Brasilia Shopping which is an enormous mall containing 150 stores and is located in the heart of the city.
Home to the 2014 Fifa World Cup soccer tournament is the National Brasilia Stadium, which is one of Brazil’s most recent and magnificent architectural feats.
Whether you love shopping, exploring, crowded festivals, accessible nature, or new cultural experiences, Brasilia is a perfect holiday location for you!
Brasilia has a tropical climate and it is best to visit during the dry season which is around May-June and September-October.
If you’d rather visit later in the year, October hosts the ten day Brasilia International Film Festival which attracts filmmakers from all over the world to share their work.
Finally, if you visit Brasilia in September you can be part of one of their largest parades commemorating Brazilian Independence Day with jubilant music, performances, food, and other exciting displays in the open streets.
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