Rio de Janeiro has it allRio de Janeiro is a vibrant city with the world-famous Christ the Redeemer statue as its main tourist attraction. You can take the train to the top of Corcovado Mountain, where this statue stretches its arms. Stroll amidst the jet set on the mundane beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema or visit the historical wards of Cosmo Velho and Santa Teresa, famous for its colourful Escadaria Selarón steps.
São Paulo; enormous and gorgeousWith over twenty million inhabitants, São Paulo is the largest city of South America. The city stands out for its many skyscrapers, of which the Mirante do Vol is the tallest. São Paulo has many interesting sites, such as the Museu de Arte de São Paulo with works of among others Paul Cézanne, Vincent van Gogh, and Pablo Picasso.
Staying in the AmazonasThe state of Amazonas is home to the world’s largest rainforest and the longest river of South America: the Amazon. Be sure to take a canoe or boat trip through the jungle, between piranhas and alligators. Another Brazilian nature paradise is Pantanal in the central west, with an enormous diversity of birds and other animals such as crocodiles, anacondas, and jaguars.
Pure Brazilian culture in RecifeIn the Brazilian culture, Indian, African and European elements come together. Recife, capital of the state of Pernambuco, is also known as the Venice of Brazil, because the city is built on islands that are connected by bridges. Alongside Recife you’ll find Olinda, a beautiful city, spectacularly located on a hill. The town centre is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List and accommodates many churches, convents and colourful merchant’s houses.
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