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Top Tourist Attractions of Porto Alegre, Brazil

Top Tourist Attractions of Porto Alegre, Brazil

The city of Porto Alegre is the capital of the Brazilian State of Rio Grande do Sul. Porto Alegre ranks among the largest cities of Brazil. The metropolis offers many sights and attractions for the visitors. There are museums, markets, nature preserves, and architectural attractions in Porto Alegre. You may also enjoy boating through the(…)

Published On: Monday, May 19th, 2014
Best Beaches in Brazil

Best Beaches in Brazil

Brazil is famous for its wonderful beaches that offer a perfect combination of sun, surf, and sand. As the country is blessed with exotic beaches, it has become a beachgoers’ paradise. The fact that the beaches in Brazil are frequented by girls wearing swankiest beachwear made me recall one of my favorite songs, “Garota De Ipanema”,(…)

Published On: Monday, May 5th, 2014
Brazil Travel Tips – Sojourn In Brazil Safely !

Brazil Travel Tips – Sojourn In Brazil Safely !

Traveling is an art. It can be mastered with experience. For the first-time travelers, the anxiety and nervousness may cause problems. The best way to avoid the hassles is to read the reviews of people who have traveled to your chosen destination. Is Brazil your next place of jaunt? In this article, I have shared(…)

Published On: Friday, May 2nd, 2014
Paulista Avenue at Sao Paulo, Brazil

Paulista Avenue at Sao Paulo, Brazil

If you are visiting Sao Paulo City, then you must not miss a tour of the cultural center of the city of Sao Paulo – the Paulista Avenue. Hundreds of people visit the avenue for work during the week, while on the weekends, people visit the avenue for entertainment. Also, on Sundays, the avenue is enlivened(…)

Published On: Wednesday, April 30th, 2014
Monumental Axis – is it really the widest road in the world?

Monumental Axis – is it really the widest road in the world?

For those who do not know what is Monumental Axis, let me tell you that it is the name of the two parallel highways in the futuristic capital city of Brasilia, running from the East to the West direction. This road connects various government buildings of the new city. The Monumental Axis begins in the(…)

Published On: Monday, April 14th, 2014
Things to do in Recife, Brazil

Things to do in Recife, Brazil

Recife, the capital city of Pernambuco, is the fourth largest metropolitan city in Brazil. The city of Recife is located on the confluence of the two rivers, viz. the Beberibe and Capibaribe. The shores of Recife feature coral reefs. Some of the popular beaches in Recife include Boa Viagem, Brasilia Teimosa, and Pina. Not only(…)

Published On: Tuesday, April 8th, 2014
Things to Do in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Things to Do in Sao Paulo, Brazil

São Paulo is a gigantic city with towering skyscrapers on one hand, and crumbling sidewalks, view-blurring smog on the other. The city of São Paulo is also the financial hub of Brazil. The Opening Match of FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 and other five matches will be held in the Arena de São Paulo. If(…)

Published On: Monday, April 7th, 2014
Top Things to Do in Brasilia

Top Things to Do in Brasilia

Brasilia is Brazil’s futuristic capital created out of nothing. There was desert all around with no people, no animal or plants, and the problem of scarcity of water. In the year 1956, the then President, Juscelino Kubitschek, called the best Brazilian architects to propose projects for the creation of the new capital. Oscar Niemeyer, the(…)

Published On: Friday, March 28th, 2014
Museu Nacional – National Museum of Brazil

Museu Nacional – National Museum of Brazil

One of the important museums in Brazil is the National Museum of Brazil. The country of Brazil is located in South America. It is the fifth largest country in the world by area. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and all the South American countries except Chile and Ecuador. The city of Rio de(…)

Published On: Saturday, December 14th, 2013
Christmas in Brazil

Christmas in Brazil

Christmas in Brazil is celebrated with great pomp and fervor. Visit Brazil this Christmas for a wonderful experience to cherish lifelong. Though the majority of the population in Brazil comprises of Christians, even the Muslim and the Buddhist communities of the country celebrate Christmas in Brazil with equal zeal. Brazil is inhabited by various ethnic(…)

Published On: Thursday, December 12th, 2013