Top Places to Visit in Brazil
Brazil is certainly to a large number of people the first place among the destinations that need to be seen during a lifetime. There are many reasons for this: the atmosphere of “eternal summer” that prevails in this region, famed Carnival in Rio and of course football, for which Brazil is distinctive. In addition, we recommend some of the following destinations.
Sao Paulo is the most striking example of an unprecedented transformation. Today, it is a city-monster, Leviathan, certainly concrete rainforest. Frightening and fascinating at the same time. One is unable to see the end of the buildings and the mansion and nothing can suggest some sort of order in their erection. The crowded state is a natural state. Every day through the streets pass between five and seven million vehicles. If one is unclear where Fittipaldi, Pike and Sena were born, he should cruise through the streets of Sao Paulo. The answer will present himself immediately.
Parque Nacional da Tijuca
The most beautiful and least expensive adventure treats is certainly the Tijuca National Park (Parque Nacional DA Tijuca). This “town lungs” spread for more than ten thousand square meters and are a piece of paradise cut with numerous trails suitable for hiking. One should reserve one day to enjoy in this nature reserve, climb to the top of one of the surrounding hills and see the magical sunset.
Pedra do Sal
Samba and Rio always go hand in hand, so do not miss the opportunity to enjoy these infectious rhythms. There is no need to set aside money for special clubs when great fun, if not the best, you can find on the streets. Visit square “Pedra do Sal” and let yourself to the enchanting rhythms. At this site often is many young people brought together with a desire to dance in captivating music rhythms.
Go to a Japanese restaurant Sushi Leblon. Beside Japan, most of Japanese people are living in Brazil, so sushi restaurants are all around with food of excellent quality. Order some of the specialties – maki rolls with tuna and salmon, sashimi, teppanyaki, tempura.
Built in less than three and a half years in the form of aircraft which, according to legend, marks the rise of the state, the capital city of Brazil became the administrative center only after the military junta took power in 1964. Brasília today is also reference of the modern architecture. Within a few years, Brazil has built a modern capital city in the middle of the savannah in order to achieve the balanced development of a country that is fifth largest in territory and population in the world.
Credit: A. Duarte