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Things to do in Brazil
Buzios - enjoy a day at Sandy Brava Beach
One of the quietest beaches in the region it is a great place to relax and swim, providing you do not wind swimming in the surf. Surrounded by rocks the beach itself is sandy and pleasant. Brava means “angry” so be sure to watch out for some great surf. Check out the fresh seafood from the fisherman, especially the oysters.
Curitiba - see a show at the Guaira Theatre
Home of both the Parana Symphony Orchestra and the city ballet company the theatre is one of many theatres in the region. its is also one of the largest in Brazil containing 3 different auditoriums. The Comedy Theatre of Parana also performs here on a regular basis. The current building finished in in 1952 replaces the original theatre that was built in 1894
Fortaleza - go shopping or eat along Beira Mar Avenue
Be warned this is one of the most popular spots in the city but it is worth the effort. Right on the seafront it offers great opportunities for shopping and dining as well as people watching. There are plenty of small bars and restaurants for you to try out. There are also plenty of places to check out the local handicrafts.
Iguazu Falls - wander the world heritage Iguacu National Park
One of the most stunning waterfalls in the world is located in the park. The park was opened in 1934 and consists of rivers and tropical rainforest. Parts of the river in the park are over 1500m wide. Also found in the National Park are Jaguar and the South American Tapir. The national park of Argentina can also be found here.
Rio de Janeiro - discover the landscapes of the Rio de Janeiro Botanical Gardens
Now over 200 years old the gardens host over 6,500 species of plant some of which are endangered. Originally for nutmeg, pepper and cinnamon the gardens also now host 900 varieties of palm trees some of which make up the 750m Avenue of Royal Palms. 60% of the gardens are uncultivated and make up part of the Atlantic forest. Also one of the best places to see Christ the Redeemer statue
Rio de Janeiro - enjoy the sunsets of Arpoador Beach
Some of the most stunning sunsets in the region can be found whilst sitting on the rocks at Arpoador Beach. Songs have been written about these and made famous around the world. The beach is just 800m long and to the south of the more famous Copacabana Beach. For the best views walk along the narrow trails on the rocks in the late afternoon and find the best place to sit and enjoy
Salvador - discover the historic city centre
Renowned for its cuisine and architecture it was the first capital of Brazil. Over US$100million has been spent since 1992 renovating the old Portuguese town houses and slave barracoons. Some of the buildings date back to the early 17th century. Stop off at a small restaurant to try one of the local delicacies and watch the people passing by. Being a catholic country the churches are stunning, especially their interiors
Salvador - ride the waves and go surfing
Not the first place you would think of for surfing El Salvador offers 300km of surfing fun. For those in the now there are over 300 day of waist to head high waves offering waves for all experiences. November to April is good for consistent breaks with April to November the bigger waves. San Blas and Las Flores are 2 of the more popular spots
Sao Paulo - experience the fresh local foods of the Central Market
An absolute explosion of colors and aromas the market is a great place to learn about genuine Brazilian cuisine. Unusually for a market it is surrounded by remarkable stained glass windows that show the history of food in the region. The market first opened in 1933 and now opens every day except Sundays at 5am for the general public and closes at 4pm.
Sao Paulo - marvel at the views from the top of the Banespa Building
Based on the Empire State Building in New York the 360 degree viewing platform is probably the best place in the city to check out just how large and stunning Sao Paulo really is. Completed in 1947 it was in its time the tallest building in Sao Paulo but has now been eclipsed by the Edificio Italia. You will need to bring a copy of your passport to get to the top.
Introduction of Brazil
Brazil is the biggest country in South America and is also one of the liveliest and certainly has the largest party atmosphere. Annually tourists flock to the country to discover stunning beaches and to get lost in the unspoilt forests. Brazil hotels vary from city to city. In the large cities you find low cost hotels as well as top end international chains. When getting off the beaten track the hotels in Brazil will normally be small privately owned ones or very basic hostels. Hotels in Brazil that are situated near the coastline during the peak tourist season fill up quickly so advanced booking is recommended. In Brazil you will find heavenly beaches, diverse forests, and an array of different cultures. The country also has a range of cuisines depending on the region. Brazil is a great place for a holiday if you enjoy good weather, good food and enjoy a place that has a rich heritage.