Top Five places to visit in Brazil

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After all of the articles we’ve had this week on the country, I bet you’re itching to go to Brazil now! To end Brazil Week, we’re going to tell you the Top Five places you just have to visit while you’re there.

Statue of Christ the Redeemer

Christ The Redeemer (Image Source)

Tiuca Forest National Park

Of course the famous Rio was going to be on this list. Once the capital of Brazil, Rio is a thriving city of culture, home to a fantastic nightlife, picturesque beaches and the Tijuca Forest National park. While you’re there you just have to pay a visit to see the statue of Christ the Redeemer which can be found on the top of the Corcovado mountain in the Tiuca Forest National Park.

Foz do Iguacu National Park

In Brazil’s 7th largest city, you can find Foz Do Iguacu National Park which is one of the country’s tourism hot spots. Here, you can marvel at the Iguacu Falls which fall between both Brazil and Argentina and has a flow capacity of more than three times that of other famous waterfalls. It truly is a beautiful place.

Foz Do Iguacu

Foz do Iguacu waterfalls (Image Source)

Copacabana

Bet you can’t read the name of this next place without getting that song stuck in your head, can you? Copacabana is located in the south of Rio de Janeiro and is famous for it’s beautiful three mile long beaches and eclectic nightlife. If you’re after a holiday where you lounge around on the beach all day and party all night, Copacabana is definitely the place for you!

Salvador

If you’re more into sightseeing and the historical side of things when you’re on holiday, then Salvador is definitely one to put on your list of places to visit. You can take a guided tour around Salvador’s Historical District and marvel at the exquisite architecture or have a wander around the many museums and galleries that are on offer.

The Amazon Rainforest

Home to around 100,000 invertebrate species the Amazon Rainforest is a must-see for any nature lover. 10% of the world’s known species lives there! It covers over 2.5 million square miles, so you’ll only be able to visit a part of it but who knows what creatures you’ll come across!

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