Sao Paulo is the most populous city in Brazil, all of the Americas, and in the entire Southern Hemisphere. The state of Sao Paulo is the wealthiest and most populous state in the entire country. The diversity found in Sao Paulo has created a melting pot of cultures, beliefs and food, as well as a wealth of natural and man-made beauty. Travelers on their way to Sao Paulo will do well to keep the following things in mind during their visit. [Read more…]
Rio Carnival is a festival which is normally held in Rio de Janeiro every year before Lent. In the year 2017 it will be held starting on Friday, February 24th to Tuesday, February 28th.
Rio is the world’s famous and the biggest partying city. A great number of people always visit Rio de Janeiro every year for different festivals. Street parties are usually conducted every night all over the city. [Read more…]
Rio de Janeiro is the third largest city in Latin America and the second largest in Brazil. Rio houses the world famous beaches – Copacabana and Ipanema, the Christ Redeemer statue and the Sugarloaf. It is a mixture of spots with natural attractions, busy metropolitan areas, restaurants, nightlife and carnivals. It is also getting ready to host the 2016 summer Olympics, so are the prices of things and services, which is getting ready to become expensive. [Read more…]
Whether it is a cloud-piercing mountain standing proudly in a valley or spectacular island in the crystal blue sea the nature is always idyllic, but sometimes it surpasses our imagination. Iguazu Falls are a vivid example of natural wonders. Discovered by Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vega in 1541, Iguazu Falls have become one of the most frequented tourist sites. This is astounding waterfalls of The Iguazu River on the border of Argentina and Brazil. The River makes a boundary between these two countries and flowing from Brasil it is divided into the upper and lower Iguazu by the falls. [Read more…]