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Must Visit Cities in Brazil

Although Brasilia is the city capital, it is only the fourth largest city in the country. Sao Paolo has the biggest number of inhabitants. It is known for its skyscrapers, restaurants, intense nightlife and mix of cultures. Following closely Rio de Janeiro, it also holds a vibrant carnival that didn’t become as popular or as big as the one in Rio. But Rio de Janeiro is not only known for its carnivals but also for its famous beaches, Copacabana and Ipanema, and mountains. The Maracana Stadium, one of the largest in the world, can hold up to 80 000 passionate football supporters. Another iconic attraction is the 30 meter tall statue of Christ the Redeemer on top of the Corcovado Mountain made by the French sculptor Paul Landowski.

The most interesting feature of Brasilia which attracts many tourists is the city’s modern infrastructure and architecture. Although it is often referred to as being a concrete jungle, beautiful parks and an artificial lake soften the steel and glass landscape. The many theaters, museums, art galleries and festivals make the city a dynamic cultural center. Fortaleza is where the old meets the new: skyscrapers have made their way amongst colonial buildings. The 25 km of beaches and many shops and malls make the city a big attraction.

Foz do Iguacu is the gateway to one of the most remarkable shows of nature, the Iguazu Falls, surrounded by a luxurious forest animated by exotic creatures and plants. Similarly Manaus opens the way to the great Amazonian rainforest, the most diverse ecosystem on the planet. Olinda is a great destination for the nostalgic. It is a historical city with colorful colonial buildings placed on a hilltop circled by trees. The locals’ love for art and crafts can be seen filling the shops and markets.