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Tourist Destinations in Brazil
Brazil is such vast country and there are several awesome destinations which you should never miss while visiting this place. It is famous for the largest river and rainforest, the biggest waterfalls, large amounts of wildlife and the longest beautiful tropical beach.
Brazil tourist destinations are visited by thousands of travelers from all over the world. Attractions in Brazil include lovely beaches, warm people who greet the visitors from all over the world. An amalgamation of various cultures and races, Brazil is the dream destination for all those who want to have a feel of the vibrant and colorful country.
Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is the largest and most famous city in Brazil. It is here that the world famous statue of "Christ the Redeemer" is located. In fact, this staue is so famous that it has become one of the main landlmarks and unofficial symbols of the country. Like the famous Brazil tourist destinations this one too has many fascinating sights that attract tourists all the time.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio - a glittering jewel of high rise buildings, a spectacular primordial landscape of rugged mountains and jagged monoliths rising from the Atlantic coast. Flying into Rio by night will take your breath away, and you will see why the bay itself is featured as one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World. Home to the famous Christo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) and the Pau de Acucar (Sugar Loaf Mountain) plus the teaming super-social beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema that feature as much in the daily lives of locals as the office grind. Rio is a city with lots to offer both in terms of sightseeing and nightlife.
It is famous for its spectacular natural setting, its Carnival celebrations, samba and other music, hotel-lined tourist beaches, such as Copacabana, Ipanema, and Leblon and pavements decorated with black and cream swirl pattern mosaics.
The Amazon Rainforest
Amazon is well known for its natural beauty and gives you opportunity to see many different eco-systems and an abundance of animal and plant species. It represents over half the planet’s remaining rainforests and is considered the “lungs of the world”. It includes the largest collection of living plant and animal species in the world. Millions of species remain undiscovered in this region.
The Amazon Rainforest, Brazil
World’s biggest rainforest is spread across several nations on the South American continent and 60% of the forest falls in Brazil. Although the forest covers around a third of the Brazilian territory, it is the lack of information which makes it harder for the tourists to plan a trip to this place of natural beauty. Diseases have also kept the tourism industry from developing but the real problem, according to the experts, is the lack of tourism infrastructure. In spite of all this, the Amazon is among the top ten tourist destinations in Brazil.
Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo overwhelms the senses with its sheer size. With over 10 million inhabitants, it is the world's third largest city and the largest in South America. Sao Paulo and its rival Brazilian city, Rio de Janeiro, have often been compared to New York and Los Angeles respectively. If Rio has gained fame for its striking natural setting, Sao Paulo's attraction lies in its people and its vibrant cultures. The Avenida Paulista's canyon of upthrusting skyscrapers only hints at the city's sources of energy. A more cosmopolitan city than its counterpart, Sao Paulo possesses significant ethnic minority communities, including substantial Japanese, Italian, and Arab and Lebanese Christian neighbourhoods. 
It is the largest and the richest city in the whole of Latin America and the most populous city in the Western Hemisphere. The city also has a nickname Sampa and it boasts of a number of renowned institutions of cultural importance like the Sao Paulo Museum of Art, Metropolitan Se Cathedral etc.
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Parque do Ibirapuera is a park spread over 1.6 million square meters and to the locals it is more than just a park because it compromises of the Japanese Pavilion, Aeronautics and Folklore museums and many other attractions.
Located near the middle of the country, Brasilia has been the national capital since 1960. All three branches of the Brazilian government are located here, as well as the headquarters for most of its largest companies. Planned by Lucio Costa and Oscar Niemeyer, its districts are laid out to resemble a butterfly when viewed from above. Its location and status mean it attracts much in the way of international art and cuisine, but the natural wonders in the surrounding area make it a great spot for nature lovers. Day trips to places Chapada dos Veadeiros, a massive national park filled with enchanting wildlife and stunning waterfalls, and the hot springs of Caldas Novas are possible if you’d like a break from the city. 
Brasilia, Brazil
Barra Grande
It is an island situated off the coast of the Rio de Janeiro. Although virtually undeveloped, the island is appreciated for its tropical beaches, a rugged landscape and other natural scenes. There used to be a notorious prison on the island but it is closed now and the island now holds one of the most pristine parts of Brazilian Atlantic rainforest. The rich ecosystem on the island is home to many endangered species including brown howler monkey and red-browed Amazon parrot. Only small scale eco-tourism is permitted but it is still one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in Brazil.
Barra Grande, Brazil
Salvador da Bahia
Known as the Brazilian capital of happiness, it is one of the oldest cities in Brazil. The complete name of the city is Sao Salvador da Bahia de Todos os Santos (Holy Savoir of All Saints’ Bay). This third most populous city in Brazil is famous for its cuisine, architecture and its music. The Portuguese colonial architecture in the city is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 50 km coastline in Salvador is one of the longest in Brazil and many big hotels are situated along the coast. According to The Guardian, Porto da Barra Beach in Salvador is the third best beach in the world and it is the second most attractive city in Brazil after Rio de Janerio for those who enjoy city life.
Salvador da Bahia, Brazil
Over one hundred beaches grace the coast of Florianopolis.  Head to Praia Mole in summer for a touch of Ibiza, when international dance-music DJs play outdoor sets.  Praia Joaquina is a great place for sand boarding, as the dunes reach speed-gathering heights behind the pretty beach.  Or try Praia Brava, a great spot for surfing.
Florianopolis, Brazil
Copacabana Beach
Copacabana it is located in the southern zone of the Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and is known for its beach which is one of the most famous in the world. Copacabana beach stretches from Posto Dois to Posto Seis, its 4 km beach one should must visit if they reach the city of Rio de Janeiro. There are historic forts, Fort Copacabana and Fort Duque de Caxias at both ends of the beach. during the annual New Year's Eve celebrations beach plays host to millions of revellers.
Copacabana Beach, Brazil
Iguazu Falls
These are waterfalls of the River Iguazu located on the borders of the Brazil and Argentina. The river is divided into the upper and lower Iguazu by the falls. The city of Curitiba is the place where this river originates and it takes most part of the course in Brazil and at the end at the Brazil and Argentine borders. Two international airports, Brazilian Foz do Iguacu International Airport and Argentine Cataratas del Iguazu International Airport are close to Iguassu Falls. The falls are shared by the Iguazu National Park of Brazil and Iguazu National Park of Argentina. Both the two parks were designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Iguazu Falls, Brazil
Statue of Christ the Redeemer
It is the Statue of Jesus Christ located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Christ the Redeemer is 98 ft tall and is considered the second largest Art Deco statue in the world. It is at the peak of the Corcovado mountain and has become an icon of the city of Rio de Janeiro and Brazil. It was constructed between 1922 and 1931 with reinforced concrete and soapstone. It was named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
Statue of Christ the Redeemer, Brazil
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