Situated near the beach, this pousada is within a 5-minute walk of Oceanographic Museum and Daniel Barreto de Marco Square. Hermenegildo Barcellos Stadium and ...
Brazil is a country rich in history and nature. You can enjoy a trip in the Amazon Rainforest or lie out on the beaches. You will also find unique attractions, like Cristo Redentor, or other places to visit that you won’t find anywhere else. The laid-back atmosphere and friendliness of the people make you want to slow down and enjoy life. Whether it’s by spending time on the beach or enjoying Brazilian food, you can relax and unwind on your Brazil vacations. The nightlife is rich and varied and always musical.
The most popular time to plan Brazil vacations is during Carnaval, the biggest party of the year in the country. It lasts a week and is held either in late February or early March. Some areas of Brazil are tropical, and you can enjoy sunny beach weather all year, while others have a dry and a wet season. The months between May and September are typically the slowest tourist time if you are looking for quiet during your Brazil travel, but you can still find plenty to do.
Try the famous Churrascaria at Carretao, which is a style of cooking meat famous in Brazil.
Take out some time for Babilonia Feira Hype, a street fair where you can have your fortune told or get a tattoo or buy clothing or jewelry.
Enjoy a meal outdoors at Cafecito, where you will find a variety of sandwiches and desserts along with cocktails and beers.
Spend some time shopping at Mercado Praia de Pajucara, a craft market along the waterfront, where you can buy ceramics and baskets.
Catch a football game at one of the stadiums like Morumbi Stadium in Sao Paulo and watch the enthusiasm of the crowd.
With over 1 billion acres, the Amazon Rainforest has many creatures and plants exclusive to this region.
Copacabana Beach is a busy spot where visitors will encounter vendors selling their wares and kids practicing their football skills.
Parque das Aves, in Foz Do Iguacu, is a unique bird park home to over 800 species of birds.
Iguacu Falls, located along the borders of three countries, where you will see some of the most magnificent waterfalls and get a view of Devil’s Throat.
Pinacoteca do Estado features a comprehensive collection of Brazilian art from the 19th century to today.
Museu Historico Nacional, in Rio de Janeiro, gives visitors a complete history of the country on their Brazil travel.
Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo claims a prestigious collection of Western art with a variety of contemporary artists on display.
Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro is the biggest event in Brazil, and many businesses close to enjoy the festivities.
Museu do Seringal Vila Paraiso located in Manaus, provides tours or a rubber baron’s home and a replica of a rubber tapper’s shack.
Cristo Redentor is one of the most popular attractions in Brazil, with a statue of the Christ standing on a mountain overlooking the city.
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