Carnivals, caipirinhas and Copacabana Beach define Rio - the second largest city in Brazil. This vibrant country seems to have an endless supply of samba dancing and sun.
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Countless natural coves once made Buzios the perfect hub for pirates. Hundreds of years later, Brazil's own St. Tropez is just as fashionable today. There are more than 20 beaches in Buzios.
Recife is the capital city of Pernambuco state located in northeastern Brazil. Known as the “Venice of Brazil”, the city boasts many waterways and a number of bridges. Stroll the historic Mercado de Sao Jose and taste Brazil.
This capital of Bahia state and fourth-largest city in Brazil was founded by the Portuguese in 1549, and its historic Pelourinho district is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
138 miles from São Paulo is the tropical island of Ilhabela: one of Brazil's most beautiful havens. Hidden coves, virgin beaches and offshore wrecks make it a dream destination for relaxing.
Visitors are lured by the sultry energy of Rio, with its seductive samba beat and miles of romantic coastline. Explore the 125-foot Christ the Redeemer statue or the nearby rainforests of Tijuca.
In cosmopolitan São Paulo, take a stroll in Ibirapuera Park, wander the busy pedestrian streets of the old downtown, or peruse the chic boutiques along the Avenida Paulista.
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