Sao Paulo, Brazil

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Sao Paulo, Brazil

It is as pretty as it is busy, for being the largest city in South America. Many travelers are aware that the city has a lot of traffic and large crowds and people still flock to this city. One bizarre yet expensive hotel people like going to is Hotel Unique. Unique is one way to put it designed by Ruy Ohtake this 95 room hotel has a similar shape to a slice of watermelon with the windows being the seeds. Not to get this destination confused with San Francisco, but this does have one of the most diverse eateries out there.

Salvador, Brazil

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Salvador, Brazil

Come visit Salvador  the reputation of  the people are relaxed, easy going, and fun loving. This by the standard of brazil so imagine how friendly these people are. Very few cities can match the energy and unadorned beauty.  Salvador Portugal’s great New World colony back in the day, is the country’s Brazilian jewel.  It’s a must to see the brilliantl hued center, of a living museum of 17th- and 18th-century architecture and gold-laden churches. This town is known to have wild festivals happen regularly, with drums pounding out rhythms against the colonial buildings frequently. The night life is worth the trip alone, capoeira circles form on plazas where the aromas of food fill the streets with signature dishes such as acarajé (bean and shrimp fritters) and other African delights.

Natal, Brazil

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Natal, Brazil

Gateway to the stunning beaches of Rio Grande do Norte, the city of Natal is perched on Brazil’s Atlantic coast, at the mouth of the Potengi River. Escape the bustle at secluded Pipa and Pirangi beaches or live it up at Genipabu and Tibau do Sul. The city is surrounded by Dune State Park. Go on a buggy ride over 30-foot sand dunes or tour the dunes on a dromedary tour. The city is home to the cleanest air on the continent, according to NASA, and also to the world’s largest cashew tree.

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

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Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

When Rio de Janeiro is thrust into the international spotlight during the 2016 Olympic Games, it’s likely that the entire world will fall in love with the jewel of Brazil. While it’s been over 50 years since the famous song came out, Ipanema Beach is still the place to see and be seen. As the largest Art Deco statue in the world, Christ the Redeemer beckons visitors to Corcovado Mountain. Rio’s Carnaval parties are bacchanalian extravaganzas of feasting, music, dance, and costumed revelry.

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Gramado, Brazil

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Gramado, Brazil

The small Brazilian village of Gramado is a quaint and woodsy respite that boasts some delightful surprises. After you’ve fully enjoyed the paddleboats and surrounding Black Forest pines of Lago Negro, pay a visit to the peaceful Chagdud Gonpa Khadro Ling, a Tibetan Buddhist center and temple.

Kids will love a visit to Mini Mundo, a miniature park that features tiny replicas of famous landmarks.