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5 Best Street Foods in Brazil
5 famous street foods that any traveler to Brazil should try. Street food in Brazil is tasty, cheap, and clean and offers travelers the opportunity to try typical foods.
Brazil Needs to Be Your Next Vacation Spot:...
Ten reasons why you should visit Brazil.
Poço Azul: Floating in Subterranean...
Poco Azul - Top Attractions in Chapada Diamantina, Brazil
10 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Brazil
A list of all-inclusive resorts in Brazil. Brazil has few, but excellent all-inclusive resorts: Miramar Maragogi, Blue Tree Angra, three Club Med locations, Superclubs Breezes and Starfish, Ponta dos Ganchos, Enotel and Vila Gale.
Sorvete Italia: A Rio Classic
Sorvete Italia is one of the best ice cream shops in Rio de Janeiro, with several franchises in most touristic districts.
8 Brazilian Beaches Where You Can Bare it All
Find Brazil nude beaches where the principles of true naturism are observed.
Suspended Over Rio: The Sugarloaf Cable Car
The Sugarloaf in Rio de Janeiro is one of Brazil's top attractions. Read about the Sugarloaf cable car, its hours and ticket prices.
Is Your Country Exempt from Brazil Travel Visa...
A list of countries whose nationals need neither a tourist or a business visa to enter Brazil. Brazil visa requirements vary and Brazil travelers must check with Brazilian Embassies and Consulates whether their country is still exempted.
Brazilian Travel: 10 Great Ways to Enjoy...
Ten things Brazil travelers can do to enjoy the natural beauty of Iguassu Falls and the surrounding area to the fullest.
How to Stay Safe if You're Driving in Brazil
Driving in Brazil - Safety information for travelers. Things you need to know about traffic in Brazil before you rent a car.
Buracão Waterfall
The Buracao Waterfall. Brazil Travel.
Brazil State Abbreviations
Learn the abbreviations for Brazilian states and Federal District.
Top 10 Rio de Janeiro Restaurants: A Comprehens...
A list of Rio de Janeiro's top 10 restaurants by specialty, ranging from upscale to casual.
Reciprocity in Brazil Tourist Visa Fees for...
Brazil tourist visa fees are subject to a reciprocity principle. As of January 2008, American and Canadian citizens have had their Brazil tourist visa fees increased in reciprocity for a raise in tourist visa fees for Brazilian travelers to the US and Canada.
Why June is a Great Month to Visit Brazil
Highlights of Brazil in June, with an overview of weather, holidays, and events.
What You Can Expect from Brazil in July
Highlights of Brazil in July, with an overview of weather, holidays, and events.
Ibicoara: Southern Gateway to Chapada...
Ibicoara, at the southern tip of Chapada Diamantina National Park, is the gateway to Buracao Waterfall, one of the Chapada's top attractions.
Curitiba Rocks the Brazilian Winter as a World...
The 12 best tourist attractions in Curitiba, Parana, Brazil.
Where to Buy Havaianas in Rio de Janeiro
You're wondering where you can buy a pair on Sunday morning, before going to the beach, when most stores in Rio are still closed. Read on.
Does Brazil Require Yellow Fever Vaccination?
Learn about the Brazilian Ministry of Health standards for yellow fever vaccination prior to Brazil travel.
Driver License for Brazil Travelers
What documents do you need to drive in Brazil? Read about the 2010 resolution concerning driver licenses for tourists in Brazil.
Drinking Water Safety in Brazil
Despite reassuring reports issued regularly by water providers, the consumption of filtered or bottled mineral water is widespread in Brazil.
The Curitiba-Paranaguá Train Ride in...
The scenic Curitiba-Paranagua train ride in Parana, Brazil, is one of the most exciting and beautiful travel experiences in Brazil. The Curitiba-Paranagua train ride takes passengers through Serra do Mar, Brazil's coastal mountain range, and passes many charming points along the way.
Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro
Petropolis, just an hour away from Rio de Janeiro, is a mountain town with historic appeal and a number of ecotourism and adventure leisure options.
Christ the Redeemer Statue, Open Arms Over Rio
What you need to know when you visit the Christ the Redeemer Statue and Corcovado Mountain in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Brazil Travel Requirements for Children
Learn what Brazil travel requirements are for children - including Brazil visas, vaccination and special authorizations necessary to enter Brazil.
The Allure of Brazilian June Festivals
Festas Juninas, or June Festivals, are folk celebrations that take place all over Brazil, with traditional music, dances, and food. They're often referred to simply as Sao Joao, or St. John, one of the saints honored in the celebrations. The festival was introduced in Brazil by the Portuguese colonizers. In a great part of Brazil, bumba-meu-boi, also known as boi-bumba, is the core of celebrations.
American Foods and Drinks You'll Miss in Brazil
A list of American foods that can't be found, are hard to find, don't taste as good, or are too expensive to buy in Brazil.
The Flip Flop Craze from Brazil
Havaianas, the best-loved flip flops from Brazil.
Brazil Visa Extensions
Brazil visa extensions must be applied for at Brazil's Federal Police. Learn how to apply for a Brazil visa extension.
Lençóis Maranhenses National Park
Lencois Maranhenses National Park, in Maranhao, Brazil, is one of Brazil's top natural attractions - sand dunes that stretch over 383,000 acres and are dotted with rainwater lagoons.
Drinking and Driving Law in Brazil
The drinking and driving law issued on June 19, 2008 in Brazil (Lei 11.705) establishes zero tolerance for any measurable amount of alcohol content in the blood, for all drivers. Learn what travelers planning to drive in Brazil need to know about Brazil's Dry Law.
Days of the Week in Portuguese - Origin of the...
Portuguese is the only romanic language in which all the days of the week have their origin in the Catholic liturgical calendar, and not in pagan traditions.
Brigadeiro
Brigadeiros, or chocolate fudge truffles, are what Brazilian kids expect to find at birthday parties.
A Sweet Take on Acai
The Acai bowl (acai na tigela) is a sweet delight widely enjoyed in several parts of Brazil.
A Place in the Rainforest: Brazilian Amazon...
A guide to Amazon jungle lodges in Brazil.
There's No Pancake Like This: Brazilian Tapioca
Tapioca - in Brazil, the term refers to a kind of pancake made with manioc starch and water, then filled with different ingredients such as cheese or bananas.
How to Eat Like a Local in Brazil
5 tips for eating like a local in Brazil, including what street food to eat in Brazil and how to eat at a per kilo restaurant in Brazil
How To Make a Collect Call from a Telephone in...
Learn how to make a collect call from any telephone in Brazil.
Rio de Janeiro Travel: Sugarloaf Cable Car Has...
Alexandre Macieira/Riotur. View full-size The Sugarloaf cable car, one of the top touristic attractions in Rio de Janeiro, has some changes in place for
Brazil Postal Codes
Brazil Postal Codes - How to find Brazil postal codes in the Correios (Brazil Postal Service) website when you have a street address.
A to Z of Brazilian Swimsuit Collections for...
Browse this list of Brazilian bikini and swimsuit designer websites featuring the latest Brazil beachwear collections.
Japanese Immigration in Brazil - The Kasato...
On June 18, 2008, the first Japanese immigrants arrived in Brazil aboard the Kasato Maru. The trip from the Kobe port in Japan to Santos, in Sao Paulo State, lasted 52 days. The first immigrants were about to start a new era for Brazilian culture and ethnic makeup. In 2008, Brazil celebrates the Centennial of Japanese Immigration with a great number of events, including the presence of Prince Heir Naruhito, from Japan.
Yellow Fever in Brazil
Important facts about the 2007/2008 yellow fever outbreak in Brazil.
Cachaça Tourism in Brazil
Cachaca tourism is a growing trend in Brazil travel. Learn about cachaca distillery tours and some of the places to buy and taste cachaca in Brazil.
Bahia Travel: Rustic-Chic Trancoso
A Trancoso travel guide with tips about Trancoso beaches, accommodations, tours, restaurants, nightlife and New Year's Eve.
The Long, Lingering Allure of Búzios
Buzios beaches are all attractive in their own special way. Learn more about them and find the one that's right for your mood and style.
Antiquarius
Antiquarius set a new standard for Portuguese cuisine when it opened in the 1970s, and it's still one of Rio's best restaurants.
Fun Things to Do in Belo Horizonte
Fun things to do in Belo Horizonte, Brazil's third largest city and one of the host cities in 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. Discover fun options in and near town.
Queijo Minas
Queijo Minas is a kind of cheese originally made in Minas Gerais, Brazil. Handcrafted Minas cheese production is a Brazilian Immaterial Cultural Heritage. The cheese is made from raw cow milk and it can be ripened or not.
A Sloth Sanctuary in Ilhéus
The sloth sanctuary in Ilheus, Southern Bahia, (Centro de Reabilitacao Reserva Zoobotanica)
Marajó Island
Marajo is a Brazil island at the mouth of the Amazon River. The pororoca, wildlife, water buffalo and unique ceramics are some Marajo symbols.
Get Your Pet's Documents and Carrier Ready for...
Prepare your pet's documents and carrier for Brazil travel.
Tambaba
Tambaba, in Conde, is one of the best naturist (and non-naturist) beaches in Brazil. Learn about its attractions and places to stay.
Rio de Janeiro - BasicTravel Information
Basic information for the visitor to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Lapa Doce
The Lapa Doce cave, in Iraquara, is part of one of the largest cave systems in Brazil and a top attraction in Chapada Diamantina.
Liberdade - São Paulo's Japanese District
Liberdade, the Japanese district in São Paulo, Brazil, is a great place to experience Korean and Chinese cultures as well.
Brazil Traffic Signs
Learn about Brazil traffic and road signs. See the official list with all the 10 categories of traffic and road signs in Brazil.
5 Best Museums in São Paulo, Brazil
5 of the best museums in São Paulo, Brazil, including museum descriptions and logistics for visiting
Free Yellow Fever Vaccination - List of Public...
A list of public clinics in Rio de Janeiro where travelers can get free yellow fever vaccination.
Real Time São Paulo Traffic Reports Online
Get real time Sao Paulo traffic reports online from CET, Sao Paulo's Traffic Engineering Company.
The Great Brazil Express
Discover the Great Brazil Express, Brazil's luxury train in Parana.
Bombinhas Travel Guide
Bombinhas, in Santa Catarina, is one of the top beach destinations in Brazil, with great beaches for families, diving and natural attractions.
Track Daily US Dollar-Brazilian Real Exchange...
Keep track of daily US dollar-Brazilian real exchange rates online.
Catupiry
Catupiry is a kind of cream cheese made in Brazil.
Brazil Visa - Countries Exempted from Brazil...
A list of countries whose nationals are exempted from a Brazil tourist visa, but need to apply for a Brazil business visa.
Largo do Boticário
Largo do Boticario, a square near Corcovado with 19th-century houses and a boutique hotel surrounded by rainforest, is a Rio de Janeiro historical attraction calling for preservation.
Brazilian Money and Its Anti-Counterfeit Features
Brazilian money - learn about the currency in Brazil - the real - and its anti-counterfeit features.
Rio de Janeiro Travel Guide
A guide to the best of dining and nightlife in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
15 Fun Things to Do in Ubatuba
There's plenty to do in Ubatuba, on the Sao Paulo North Shore. Here are 15 ideas for a fun Ubatuba beach vacation, including adventure, nightlife, local food and culture.
Mocotó
Mocoto, or cow's foot, is an important item in Brazil culinary, especially in the Northeast and in the deep South. Read about mocoto and its uses.
Best Rodízio Churrascarias in São Paulo
Discover Sao Paulo's best churrascarias in the rodizio (continuous serving) category.
Azul
Azul is Brazil's newest airline. Find out about Azul, its current flights, and growth plans.
Peter Lund Museum
The Peter Lund Museum is one of the attractions on a touristic cave route newly launched in Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Top Luxury and Boutique Hotels in Salvador
Salvador's luxury and boutique hotels are an obvious sign of the city's great strides in luxury travel.
Brazil Motels
In Brazil, a motel is a short-stay hotel which affords couples privacy for sexual encounters.
Porto de Pedras
Porto de Pedras, less than 80 miles from Maceio, is one of Brazil's most preserved coastal getaways, with pristine beaches such as Praia do Patacho. Discover Porto de Pedras.
Rio Scenarium - Guide Review
Rio Scenarium is the best-known bar in the historic Lapa district in Rio de Janeiro. Decorated with antiques, it spreads over three floors and four remodeled buildings on Rua do Lavradio. The crowd is a mix of locals and foreigners.
Rio Beaches: Pristine Beauty Awaits at Prainha
Prainha, one of the best and most beautiful beaches in Rio de Janeiro, is surrounded by native rainforest, popular among surfers and non-surfers alike.
Bahia Travel: The Joys of Morro de São...
Guide Morro de Sao Paulo, a picturesque village on Tinhare Island, south of Salvador, Brazil.
Dressing for Rio Winter: A Woman's Guide
What do women wear in Rio de Janeiro in the winter? Know what to pack so you're comfortable and stylish in the Rio winter.
Find Your Place Under the Sun of Búzios
Find hotels and accommodations in Armação dos Búzios, or simply Búzios, Brazil, in this guide with hotels and pousadas listed by beach.
Rio's King of Stadiums to Host Rio 2016
Discover Maracana, in Rio de Janeiro, one of the host stadiums in FIFA Confederations Cup Brazil 2013 and 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.
Iha do Mel: Pristine Getaway in the Brazilian...
Ilha do Mel, off the coast of Parana, is one of the most beautiful destinations in southern Brazil. Learn about the island's top attractions and beaches.
LGBT Pride Parade in São Paulo - Parada do...
The LGBT Pride Parade in Sao Paulo, Brazil is the largest in the world.
Ziriguidum
Ziriguidum - definition, examples and pronunciation of this Brazil samba term.
Easter in Brazil
Holy Week and Easter in Brazil - read about celebrations and travel planning.
Museu Paulista - A Monument to Brazil's...
Museu Paulista (also known as Museu do Ipiranga), in Sao Paulo, is a monument to Brazil's Proclamation of Independence. Museu Paulista, one of the best museums in Brazil, opened in 1890, nearly seven decades after the Proclamation of Independence, in 1822.
St. Francis of Assisi Church, Pampulha, Belo...
The St. Francis of Assisi Church, designed by Oscar Niemeyer and with tile murals by Candido Portinari, is one of the top attractions in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Page 2.
Monte Sião Blue and White Pottery
Information about blue and white pottery made in Monte Sião, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Brazil in January
Information for travelers about January in Brazil, with an overview of weather, holidays and events.
Rio Parks: Henrique and Gabriella's Palace of...
Parque Lage, near the Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden, is another verdant getaway with lots of history.
Cocoa Coast Travel: Itacaré
Itacare, in Bahia, is one of Brazil's top surfing and summer destinations. Surrounded by beaches with lush vegetation, Itacare has fun nightlife, sustainable resorts, adventure travel and ecotourism.
Brazil in May
Travel information about Brazil in May, including an overview of May weather, holidays, and events.
Great Seafood Restaurants in Rio de Janeiro
A guide to great seafood restaurants in Rio de Janeiro, from budget to sophisticated.
Rio de Janeiro by Taxi
Getting Around Rio de Janeiro by taxi can be a safe option for travelers. Learn how to improve your chances of being safe while getting around Rio by taxi.
EasyPortuguese.com - Guide Review
EasyPortuguese.com, a free online Portuguese tutorial, is a valuable resource for Brazil travelers featuring plenty of sound files, useful expressions and vocabulary lists.
Costa do Sauipe Guide
Costa do Sauipe Guide. Learn all about this group of resorts at one of the top beach destinations in Bahia, Brazil.
X is for Cheese in Brazil's Mega Burger
X-Tudo is a Brazil cheese burger with several toppings, ranging from reasonably-sized to eat-it-if-you-can challenges.
Getting Around Rio de Janeiro by Bus
Getting around Rio de Janeiro by bus is practical and easy. Here are some tips for Brazil travelers getting around Rio by bus.
Restaurante por Quilo - Brazilian Kilo Restaurant
Restaurante por quilo, also known as comida a quilo, is a Brazilian buffet restaurant in which you weigh your plate and only pay for what you choose.
Bahia Travel: Spotting Humpback Whales
Bahia is Brazil's top destination for humpback whale watching. Discover the Whale Coast in Bahia, Brazil.
Goiabada
Goiabada is a sweet made from guavas, known in English as guava paste or guava marmelade.
Brazil in February
Information for travelers about February in Brazil, with an overview of weather, holidays and events.
Natal Beaches, Brazil
Natal beaches fascinate travelers with their wild mix of intense sunshine, wind, and sand dunes. Lined with great hotels, Natal beaches are among the most sought after on the Brazil coast.
Rio de Janeiro Tourist Police
The Tourist Police in Rio (DEAT) is prepared to support travelers in several languages. Learn how to get help from the Tourist Police and look at their crime statistics.
Círio de Nazaré Listed as UNESCO...
Círio de Nazaré is one of the largest Catholic processions in Brazil and in the world. About two million faithful join the Círio de Nazaré, which takes place in Belem, the capital of Para, on the second Sunday of October.
Abrolhos, Eco-Paradise in Bahia
Abrolhos Marine National Park, an archipelago off Bahia's Whale Coast, is one of Brazil's top natural treasures.
Clínica Galdino Campos
Clinica Galdino Campos, in Rio de Janeiro, has a multi-lingual team and specializes in traveler's health.
Campos do Jordão, SP
Campos do Jordao, in Sao Paulo State, Brazil, is a town in the Mantiqueira mountain range. With German and Swiss-style architecture, excellent hotels, a prestigious International Winter Music Festival and lots of outdoor activities, Campos do Jordao is one of the most popular mountain destinations in Brazil. The district of Capivari and Pedra do Bau - a trunk-shaped rock with great climbing - are some of its greatest attractions.
Charming Places to Stay in Florianópolis
Find charming boutique hotels, pousadas, and guesthouses in Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, one of the best island and beach destinations in Brazil.
Yellow Fever: Top 7 Online Resources for...
Turn to these reliable online resources for updated information about yellow fever prevention in general and specifically in Brazil.
São Paulo Airport Bus Service
Sao Paulo Airport Bus Service is a transportation alternative to taxis that's worth considering. With two different kinds of buses - a more comfortable and a more affordable one - the service connects travelers to subway stations and key areas in Sao Paulo.
A São Paulo Landmark Rethought
The Monument to the Bandeiras (by Victor Brecheret) at Ibirapuera Park is a highly symbolic Sao Paulo landmark.
Ubatuba, SP
Ubatuba, on Sao Paulo's North Shore, has a great mix of beaches, Atlantic forest, mountains and city life. Read about Ubatuba and get some helpful travel tips.
São Paulo's Vehicle Rotation System
Sao Paulo has a vehicle rotation system, according to license plate number, to reduce the number of vehicles at peak traffic hours.
Brasília Attractions: On the Trail of...
Athos Bulcao is known as Brasilia's quintessential artist. Discover his works in Brazil's capital.
Festa do Divino - Festival of the Holy Ghost in...
The Festival of the Holy Ghost, or Festa do Divino, is celebrated all over Brazil. However, some cities host outstanding festivities with regional folkloric elements that have made them attractive to travelers from Brazil and abroad. The Festival of the Holy Ghost marks the descent of the Holy Ghost upon Jesus Christ's apostles and is usually commemorated 50 days after Easter.
Bahia Beaches: A Mirror of Wonders
Praia do Espelho, in Porto Seguro, is one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil.
Floripa Beaches: Peace and Waves at Campeche
Praia do Campeche, one of the best beaches in Florianopolis, has great surf, budget pousadas, a party scene, and ties to writer Saint-Exupery.
Go Portuguese Review
A review of goPortuguese, a Brazilian Portuguese language program by Simon & Schuster, based on the Pimsleur Method.
São Paulo's King of Theaters
The Municipal Theater (Teatro Municipal), opened in 1911 and restored in time for its centennial, is one of the top attractions and architectural highlights in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Essential Salvador: The Senhor Bom Jesus do...
Senhor Bom Jesus do Bonfim Church is one of the top attractions in Salvador and the site of a major Afro-Brazilian syncretism event: the Washing of the Steps.
JK Iguatemi
JK Iguatemi, opened in mid-2012, is Sao Paulo's new ultimate spot for luxurious shopping. Learn about its attractions.
Brazil Climate at a Glance with CPTEC
Brazil weather maps from the Center for Weather Forecast and Climate Studies (CPTEC) offer an overview of Brazil average, low and high temperatures, rainfall patterns, and humidity indexes at a glance.
Frevo, Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity
Frevo, a unique form of Brazilian artistic expression, is on the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Garden View 2
Unger's Pottery House Art Gallery by Paula Unger, in a lush setting in Monte Verde, is one of Brazil's best places for pottery shopping. Page 15.
A Budget Weekend in Rio de Janeiro
A travel planner for a budget weekend in Rio de Janeiro - where to stay, what to do, sightseeing, restaurants and attractions.
Fernando de Noronha Diving Tour with Freeway...
Read about the diving tour in Fernando de Noronha offered by Freeway Diving, a subdivision of Freeway in Brazil.
Things to Do in Natal During the 2014 World Cup
Natal, one of Brazil's top beach destinations and a host city in the 2014 World Cup.
São Luís, Maranhão
São Luís, in Northeastern Brazil, is one of three Brazilian state capitals located on an island. Discover São Luís attractions, such as its folklore and architecture (a Unesco World Heritage site).
Fortaleza, Ceará
Fortaleza, the capital of Ceará, is a top Brazil beach destination and a gateway to some of the country's most stunning coastal landscapes.
Cupuaçu
Cupuaçu, an Amazon fruit, has been officially listed as a Brazilian national fruit. Read about the cupuaçu and where you can try it in Brazil.
Interview with Dan Babush of Rent in Rio
Dan Babush, Rent in Rio founder and president, shares tips about vacation rentals and safety in Rio de Janeiro in this exclusive interview to the About.com Guide to Brazil Travel.
Olinda, PE
Olinda, in Pernambuco, northeastern Brazil, is world famous for its Carnival, historic district - a Unesco World Heritage Site - and gorgeous views of the Atlantic Ocean. Located atop a hill less than 10 miles from the state capital, Recife, Olinda is one of the best cities for tourists in Brazil and deserves a visit any time of the year.
Portinari Mural: Detail
The St. Francis of Assisi Church, designed by Oscar Niemeyer and with tile murals by Candido Portinari, is one of the top attractions in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Page 3.
Farofa
Farofa is a dish made with toasted manioc flour and complements. It's also a Brazilian slang term.
The Nation's Pantheon in Brasilia
The Nation's Pantheon is a building in Brasilia, capital of Brazil, dedicated to honoring the memory of national heroes. Designed by architec Oscar Niemeyer, the Nation's Pantheon is located on Praca dos Tres Poderes.
Pirão
Pirao is usually a kind of gravy made from fish stew juices, to be served as a side dish.
Ilha do Campeche, a Santa Catarina Treasure
Campeche Island (Ilha do Campeche), an ecological haven off the coast of Florianopolis, is open to controlled visitation. Here's a guide.
Top Oktoberfests in Brazil
The top Oktoberfests in Brazil are hosted by the southern states of Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul, which have the strongest German influence in Brazil. Oktoberfest in Blumenau, SC, is one of the world's largest outside Germany.
Imperial Museum in Petrópolis, Brazil
The Imperial Museum in Petropolis, built in 1845-1862, was the summer palace of emperor Pedro II. Discover the Imperial Museum, one of the richest collections in Brazil.
Rio Travel: Bohemian Santa Teresa
Santa Teresa stands out among Rio de Janeiro districts with its hilltop location, historic sites, charming B&Bs and bohemian vibe.
Queijo de Coalho - Coalho Cheese
Definition of queijo de coalho, Brazil.
Octavio Café
Award-winning Octavio Cafe, in Sao Paulo's upscale Jardins district, serves specialty coffee by master baristas and great food.
Hotel de Lençóis
Review of Hotel de Lençóis, one of the best places to stay in Lencois, the main gateway to Chapada Diamantina in Bahia, Brazil.
Kilo Restaurants in Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro has several good kilo restaurants, most of them a handy resource for budget travelers.
Poco Encantado: Karst Wonder in Chapada...
Poco Encantado (Enchanted Pool), in Chapada Diamantina, is famous for the beauty of its karst topography and transparent waters hit by sunlight during part of the year.
Seaside Thrills Near Fortaleza
Beach Park, near Fortaleza, stands a cut above other Brazil water parks. The seaside complex includes a hotel, a beach leisure area with a spa, and condos.
Gloria Palace: The Future of Hotel Glória
Hotel Gloria, a legendary Rio de Janeiro hotel opened in 1922, has been bought by EBX and is expected to reopen in 2014 as Gloria Palace.

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