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Brazilians often say they live in a continent rather than a country, and that's an excusable exaggeration. The landmass is bigger than the United States if you exclude Alaska; the journey from Recife in the east to the western border with Peru is longer than that from London to Moscow, and the distance between the northern and southern borders is about the same as that between New York and Los Angeles.

Brazil has no mountains to compare with its Andean neighbors like Peru, and Argentina, but in every other respect it has all the scenic - and cultural - variety you would expect from so vast a country. These difficulties, however, rarely seem to overshadow everyday life in Brazil. It's fair to say that nowhere in the world do people know how to enjoy themselves more - most famously in the annual orgiastic celebrations of Carnaval, but reflected, too, in the lively year-round nightlife that you'll find in any decent-sized town.

This national hedonism also manifests itself in Brazil's highly developed beach culture; the country's superb music and dancing; rich regional cuisines ; and in the most relaxed and tolerant attitude to sexuality - gay and straight - that you'll find anywhere in South America. And if you needed more reason to visit, there's a strength and variety of popular culture, and a genuine friendliness and humor in the people that is tremendously welcoming and infectious.
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Brasília, the capital of Brazil, designed by most famous architect Oscar Niemeyer, was built in two thousand days. Inaugurated by President Juscelino Kubitschek on April 21st, 1960, Brasilia is the best known among the cities that were planned during the 20th century. It is still considered one of the most modern capital in the world


Situated 260 kilometres from Campo Grande, capital of the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, the town of Bonito and all its surrounding region has countless grottoes, caves, springs, natural aquaria, waterfalls, lakes and archaeological sites.

Boa Vista

Situated on the western bank of the River Branco, 220 km from Brazil's border with Venezuela, Boa Vista is the capital of Roraima. The name Boa Vista means "Nice Sight" or "Nice View". It is the furthest state from the Federal Government being 4,275 km from Brasília and around 6,000 km from Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.

Belo Horizonte

This city was considered to be the city with the best quality of life in Latin America by the Population Crisis Committee of the United Nations and the 45th among the 100 best in the world

The city of Belém, capital of Pará

The city of Belém, capital of Pará, is full of indentations and recesses forming islands all around it; there are fifty five of these islets, most of which are wild and uninhabited, although some are home to small populations. These include the islands of Mosqueiro - fringed by fourteen fresh water beaches - and Caratateua which receive a large number of visitors in summertime.

Arraial D´Ajuda

Arraial D´ajuda, the largest “international” town in the municipality of Porto Seguro, lies on one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the southern Bahia. This tropical paradise was first discovered by hippies in the early 70´s, a post- Woodstock generation that traveled the world and found in Arraial D´Ajuda an alternative way of living with new values. These same people are now the owners of the friendly, rustic inns that are so common in town, many of which were built as extensions of their own homes.


Aracaju is the capital of Sergipe, the smallest Brazilian State by area. The name Aracaju is of indian origin. "Ara" is macaw, and "caju" is cashew, a native fruit from Brazil. Aracaju is a place where used to abund macaws and cashew trees.

Angra dos Reis

150 km south of Rio lies the beautiful Green Coast. The area is famous for its forest covered mountains which seem to fall into the emerald coloured sea.

The coast line is dotted with hundreds of small islands. It is a paradise for sunseekers, watersports enthusiasts and nature-lovers.

You can visit this charming seaside town by car (03 hours) or join a full-day excursion which includes a schooner trip through some of the islands with lunch. There also many deluxe resorts offering all sports, spas, golf, and many different tours.

New Years in Rio

Nothing compares with New Year’s Eve in Rio. Midnight is celebrated all along the beaches, but especially in Copacabana. 2.5 million people crowd together on the beach and the road, which is closed to traffic.

Carnival in Rio de Janeiro

The world wide known Carioca Carnival has his high point at the parades at the Passarela do Samba known as the Sambódromo. Officially, Carnival is programmed to happen from Saturday to Holy Wednesday at mid day. The most important Carnival parade happens on Sunday and Monday, when the samba schools make their parade in one of the greatest shows in earth. The Carnival Balls are costume parties which start around 11 pm and goes all the way to 5 am or latter. The Street Parades are one of the most common aspects from this traditional party.
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