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Holiday in a B&B in Brazil
Few countries are as versatile as Brazil. This enormous country has gorgeous sandy beaches with clear blue water and coconut palm trees, a tropical climate, an abundance of nature, and fascinating culture. You can spend the night everywhere in Brazil, in fantastic bed and breakfasts (B&B’s), apartments and guest rooms.
Bed and breakfast in Rio de Janeiro
Rio 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. Or take the cableway to the top of Sugarloaf Mountain, with its characteristic rounded cone shape. 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. If you are visiting Brazil in February then try to attend the carnival of Rio. An unprecedented event with carnival floats and thousands of dancers.
Bed & Breakfast in São Paulo
With over twenty million inhabitants, São Paulo is the largest city of South America. The city stands out by 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. The cathedral of São Paulo is one of the largest neo gothic cathedrals in the world.
B&B in Natal
There’s no lack of beaches in Brazil, which borders the Atlantic Ocean with a coastline of nearly eight thousand kilometres. Perhaps the most beautiful beaches of Brazil can be found in Fortaleza, known for its star-shaped fortress. Here you find broad, white sandy beaches with high sand dunes and steep cliffs. Also loved for its beaches is the sunny region of Natal, a great location for diving and snorkelling. Other well-known coastal resorts are Ponta Negra and Pipa, with its vibrant nightlife. Recommendable: Take a ride with a buggy through the dunes of Natal!Salvador and its surrounding region also offer wide kilometres of sandy beaches with palm trees and lovely, lukewarm water.
Bed and breakfast in Amazonas
The state of Amazonas is home to the world’s largest rainforest and the longest river of South Africa: the Amazon. A touristic highlight Manaus, a town in the heart of the jungle. Not far from Manaus, two rivers flow together to form the Amazon River, a spectacular sight. 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. True miracles of nature are the Iguaçu waterfalls in the state of Paraná. There are about 275 waterfalls over a length of almost three kilometres. By boat you can see this spectacle up-close.
Bed & breakfast in Recife
In the Brazilian culture, Indian, African and European elements come together and it’s interesting to explore these traces. 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. Here, you can visit many churches from the seventeenth and eighteenth century. Alongside Recife lies 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. On the island of Itamaracá you can visit the fortified town of Fortaleza de Santa Cruz. If you are into modern urban architecture, then the young capital Brasilia is highly recommendable.
Book a bed and breakfast in Brazil
All over Brazil you find beautiful B&B’s, pensions and guest rooms. Stay in a city or at the countryside. Each bed and breakfast is unique. Experience it yourself! Find your perfect B&B, pension, guest room or apartment from our extensive choice and book directly, without reservation costs. View all B&B’s in Brazil. »