Brazil is home to world’s top football team Rio de Janeiro. It covers South America’s northeastern region extending from Amazon rainforest (North) to tropical beaches (along Atlantic) to Pantanal wetlands and vibrant Metropolises (Southeast). There are abundant interesting places and things to see around Brazil.
Sau Paulo – Largest city in the world famous for its skyscrapers, robust culture and gastronomy. Concrete Jungle Sao Paulo is home to lots of public parks and parts of Atlantic rainforest.
Brasilia – Brazil’s capital Brasilia is situated in Brazilian Highlands. Modern day infrastructure of Brasilia is designed in an airplane shape, where districts are separated to serve differently like commercial, government, residential and cultural.
Fortaleza – Fortaleza attracts tourists to it genuine spectacular beaches, idyllic fishing villages and rolling dunes along the Ceara Coast.
Parati – Located along Green Coast in the state of Rio de Janeiro this paradise comprises of tropical forests, coastal mountains, emerald sea and waterfalls.
Recife – Recife has numerous bridges and waterways, so it is nicknamed ‘Venice of Brazil’. This important city is positioned in the middle of tropical forests comprising of many rivers and islands. It is favoured tourist spot because of its historic old town, scenery, vibrant culture and wonderful beaches.
Olinda – Olinda is located on the Atlantic Coast in Pernambuco (north-east) and is perched on pictorial hilltop surrounded by trees. This historic downtown holds wealth of colonial churches, museums, colourful old mansions and plenty of artisan studios.
Manaus – It is the gateway of Amazon rainforest, so this region flourishes in rubber industry. The large city features distinguished landmarks like Rio Negro Palace and Amazonas Opera House.
Salvador – This is the oldest historic city featuring lively culture, beautiful beaches and world’s biggest carnival is celebrated in this capital of Bahia State.
Foz do Iguacu – Iguazu Falls is world’s most stunning wonders having series of wonderful waterfalls sited on Iguazu River. The falls are breathtaking to watch but their beauty is enhanced even more by lush green forest swarming with exotic wildlife.
Rio de Janeiro – Rio de Janeiro is a thrilling destination situated in South-east Brazil. It is most visited city because of its iconic landmarks (Christ the Redeemer sculpture), famous mountains (Corcovado and Sugarloaf mountains), beaches (Copacabana and Ipanema) and carnival festivals.
Preto – Ouro Preto means ‘Black gold’. The city features well-preserved ancient Portuguese colonial architecture. On the other hand modern buildings have to hold to the historical standards preserved by the city. The 18th & 19th century churches adorned with gold and Aleijadinho sculptures make Preto a popular tourist destination.
Fernando de Noronha – It is a wonderful chain of 21 islands with pristine beaches, scenery and wildlife. These islands are the major attraction for snorkelers and divers because it holds warm water all the year round and there is good visibility even if you dive 50 meters deep. You can read more on – uniktour.com/fr/ voyage Brésil
Amazon River – Amazon River is 2nd longest river little shorter than Nile but largest in volume. It is the home for 3,000 recognized fish species. Jungle tours comprises of boating into the damp, perky, cruel environment than truly spotting animals living in the Amazon Rainforest.
You can come across several isolated tribes that still live in the wilderness of Amazon Rainforest.