Cities of Brazil.

Tourist information about popular cities in Brazil.

Rio de Janeiro: Known for its iconic landmarks like the Christ the Redeemer statue and Ipanema (map), Copacabana Beach (map), Rio de Janeiro offers a vibrant city atmosphere, stunning beaches, and a lively nightlife.

São Paulo: Brazil’s largest city is a bustling metropolis with a rich cultural scene, world-class restaurants, and vibrant nightlife. It is also known for its impressive architecture, museums, and art galleries.

Salvador: Located in the northeastern state of Bahia, Salvador is famous for its Afro-Brazilian culture, colorful colonial architecture, and lively festivals. The historic Pelourinho district is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Manaus and the Amazon Rainforest: Manaus, the capital of the state of Amazonas, serves as a gateway to the Amazon Rainforest. Explore the diverse ecosystems, spot unique wildlife, and immerse yourself in the beauty of the world’s largest tropical rainforest.

Florianópolis: Located in southern Brazil, Florianópolis is known for its stunning beaches, charming colonial architecture, and outdoor activities like surfing and hiking. It’s a popular destination for both relaxation and adventure.

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Regions of Сountry.

Tourist information about the regions of Country.

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*North – leave the glamorous cities and beaches of Brazil’s central and southern coast behind and see the wilder part of the country, where cities didn’t really develop until the 19th century. Northern Brazil is the place to see the enormous Amazon rainforest.

*Northeast – or Nordeste is one of the liveliest – a land of sunny beaches, colonial towns, vibrating street parties, music and friendly people.

*Central West – the region offers excellent opportunities for eco-tourism activities such as exploring caves, rappelling down waterfalls or just trekking through the cerrado (an ecosystem similar, in some ways, to the savannah). It is also well known for the Pantanal, the world’s largest wetland, close to the Brazil’s western border.

*Southeast – 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. It also has a lot to see outside of the cities, with national parks such as *Itatiaia (map) and *Serra da Canastra (map) and a long and beautiful coastline with popular destinations like *Paraty (map), *Caraguatatuba (map), and *Guarapari (map).

*South – its attractions range from the historic Jesuit ruins of *Missões to the excellent beaches of *Santa Catarina (map) and the unmissable *Iguaçu Falls (map).

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Visas are required for foreigners to enter and stay in the Brazilian territory for any period of time. Special Visa Categories.


Eventbrite is a platform that allows you to discover and book tickets for a wide range of events happening in Brazil.

Brazil Bus Travel.

Brazil Bus Travel is a website that specializes in bus travel in Brazil. Search for bus routes, schedules, fares, and book tickets online.

Currency Conversion: Websites like XE ( or OANDA ( provide real-time currency exchange rates, allowing you to convert your home currency to Brazilian Real (BRL) and vice versa.

Brazil SIM Card: Upon arriving in Brazil, you may consider getting a local SIM card for your mobile phone to have reliable data connectivity. Some popular providers include Claro (, Vivo (, and TIM ( You can check their websites for available plans, coverage, and instructions on purchasing and activating SIM cards.

The Rio Times is an English-language news website that covers news, culture, events, and tourism-related information primarily focusing on Rio de Janeiro. It provides a valuable resource for international tourists visiting Rio and wanting to stay informed about local news and events.

Eventbrite is a platform that allows you to discover and book tickets for a wide range of events happening in Brazil, including concerts, festivals, exhibitions, sports events, and cultural performances. It can help you find and participate in local events during your visit.