TV Tower - Brasilia
TV Tower is one of the tallest towers
of its kind in the world, the view from the top is breath taking. Street
fairs take place at the base.
Congresso Nacional - Brasilia
The Congresso Nacional was built by the once exiled Brazilian
architect Oscar Niemeyer designed this government building, which now
houses the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies.
Rua Das Pedra - Buzios
The Rua das Pedras is a cobblestone street is lined with restaurants
and shops selling resort wear, jewelry, handicrafts and artwork, and is
known for its lively nightlife.
Corcovado - Rio de Janeiro
Corcovado is a towering statue of Jesus Christ perched on the
Corcovado Mountain and is accessible by a steep train or winding car
ride followed by numerous staircases.
Praia Do Futuro - Fortaleza
Praia do Futuro is notable for is strong surf and plentiful bars.
Jose de Alencar Theater - Fortaleza
The Jose de Alencar Theater is as colorful and ornate as this theater
is on the outside, with a frescoed ceiling, woven cane chairs and
decorative wrought iron railings.
Iguacu Falls - Foz de Iguacu
The colossal power of these thundering falls, memorizing sight: 275
separate falls in a U-shaped formation pound the water below in raging
cascades with a deafening intensity.
Iguacu National Park - Foz de Iguacu
This massive forested park, with rare species of birds, pumas,
tapirs, monkeys and other wildlife is best known for housing the world's
largest and most extraordinary waterfalls.
Lake Januari Ecological Park - Manaus
Lake Januari Ecological Park is a 9000-acre park, with dry and
flooded forests and lowlands, and numerous examples of giant water
lilies measuring as much as seven feet in diameter.
Adolpho Ducke Botanical Garden - Manaus
At Adolopho Ducke Botanical Garden you can visit greenhouses and take
a guided walk through the forest at this massive reserve, where you’ll
learn about what grows in the Amazon rainforest.
Ponta Negra - Natal
This lively and popular beach is
conveniently located near shops, bars, restaurants and hotels.
Forte Dos Reis Magos - Natal
Forte dos Reis Magos is a well-maintained fortress built to protect
Brazil from foreign invaders in the 17th century.
Paraty Bay - Parati
Paraty Bay is a beautiful bay located in Parati you can take tours of
the bay on boats.
Sugar Loaf Mountain - Rio de Janeiro
At Sugar Loaf Mountain you can board the cable car that ascends this
390-foot granite mountain, which offers superb views of the city.
Pelourinho - Salvador
Pelourinho is sometimes called the "city within a city," this old
part of Salvador is filled with cobblestone streets, pastel-colored
buildings, churches, restaurants, shops and nightlife.
Geriba Beach - Buzios
The great waves at this large, open beach make it popular for surfing
Boa Viagem Beach - Salvador
Boa Viagem Beach although it is not recommended for swimming,
this white sand beach with turquoise water is a great place for walking
Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo - Sao Paulo
A low-rise elevated on two massive concrete
pillars 256 feet apart, the São Paulo Museum of Art contains the city's
premier collection of fine arts. The huge open area beneath the museum
is often used for cultural events and is the site of a Sunday antiques
Memorial da America Latina - Sao Paulo
A group of buildings designed by Oscar Niemeyer,
which has a permanent exhibition of Latin American handicrafts, and a
model showing all the countries in Latin America.
Brasilia's Cathedral - Brasilia
Another structure by Oscar Niemeyer, this landmark cathedral features
stunning interior glasswork.
Copacabana Beach - Rio de Janeiro
For sunning, relaxing and people watching, this world-famous beach is
lined with shops, bars, restaurants and hotels.