Pristine beaches, friendly people, exquisite food and endless culture makes Brazil a must see.

Places to Visit

Sao Paulo

It's the biggest city in Brazil, the seventh largest city in the world and a hub for culture. There are countless museums, art galleries, theatres, farmer's markets, quaint boutiques, and exquisite dining. Some popular, must-see events the city hosts include the Art Bienal, Fashion Week, International Film Festival, Festival of Electronic Art and, of course, the world-famous Carnival.

Rio de Janeiro

What you get when you put together some of the most famous beaches in the world, a nightlife unlike any other and the most equisite scenery. Some important sites to see include The Christ Redeemer, Sugarloaf Mountain, the soccer stadiums, Samba schools and Carnival.

Fernando de Noronha

A true hidden paradise, this 21-island archipelago is famous for its natural beauty both above and below the sea.


Unique Afro-Brazilian flavors makes this northern city a popular destination. Beautiful beaches, delicious food, vast farmers markets, famous carnival celebrations, shows, nightlife and rich culture make up only a small array of activities in Fortaleza.