Brazil is the largest country in South America and fifth largest in the world. Famous for its football tradition and its annual Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Recife and Olinda, it is a country of great diversity.
Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil, on the South Atlantic coast.
Whereas elegant Rio de Janeiro and cosmopolitan São Paulo may be the best-known places in Brazil …
São Paulo is the largest city in Brazil, with a city population of about 11 million and almost 20 million in its metropolitan region.
The South is the southernmost region of Brazil. Its attractions range from the historic jesuit ruins of Missões to the excellent beaches of Santa Catarina and the unmissable Iguaçu Falls.
Fortaleza is a major city on Brazil's northeast coast, and the capital of Ceará state.
Central West is the only landlocked Brazilian region.
Recife, the capital of Pernambuco, is one of the largest and most important cities on the northeastern coast of Brazil.
While elegant Rio de Janeiro and cosmopolitan São Paulo are best-known places in Brazil, the North is the most unexplored part of the country.
Brasília, the capital of Brazil and the seat of government of the Distrito Federal, is a planned city.
Salvador is the capital of the state of Bahia, Brazil.
Curitiba is the capital of Paraná, Brazil. If you're heading for Iguaçu Falls from Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo, it's worth stopping by for a day or two.
Campinas is a city and county in São Paulo state, Brazil.
São Paulo is a state in the southeast of Brazil. It is undoubtedly the country's economic powerhouse, contributing alone to one third of the Brazilian GDP.
Southeast Brazil is the cultural and economic hub of the country, and contains three of the four largest cities: São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Belo Horizonte.
Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home. - Matsuo Basho
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