Know the best places in Brazil
Brazil is the largest country in Latin America and ranks fifth in terms of population density. It is worth pointing out that two important geographical lines cross through the country, namely, the Equator, and the Tropic of Capricorn that runs through the city of Sao Paulo. Brazil’s large surface area covers the Amazon, known by many as the world’s lung. It is undoubtedly the world’s largest tropical rainforest and has the highest level of biodiversity on earth (it brings together more than 40% of the world’s plant and wildlife species).
In the north east of the country, you cannot afford to miss out on the spectacle of the Iguazú Falls, located in Iguazú National Park. The site is considered to be one of the 7 natural wonders of the world, making it an essential visit during your trip to Brazil.
The north-eastern city of Fortaleza stands out for its cultural richness, dominated by folklore that is the result mixing traditions and European, and indigenous cultures as well as those from Africa.
The highlight of Salvador de Bahía is its carnival, one of the most important and worldwide recognised events, where the country’s main dance schools come together. Also, the city has a large number of beaches located along its extensive coastline, and the average temperature is 38° making it a really relaxing paradise for both residents and tourists.
Recife is known by many as the Brazilian Venice, the city has some of the most spectacular urban beaches in the country such as the Boa Viagem. It is also one of the most important cities for cuisine thanks to the fusion of different cooking styles such as Portuguese, African, Jewish and indigenous influences. It is a recommended destination for those who love good cuisine. Its magnificent historic buildings and stunning carnival make it a destination where fun and relaxation go hand in hand.