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September 3, 2007

Fun is included in every daily rate


Fun is included in every daily rate

Brazil is internationally known for carnival, soccer and tourist attractions such as Christ the Redeemer and the Iguaçu Falls. But, just like its people and its culture, the options for fun and entertainment in Brazil are diverse and exuberant.

In the cosmopolitan Brazilian metropolises, such as Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Salvador and Brasília, the visitor has a broad range cultural options available, such as museums, gastronomic options of international quality, operas and symphonic orchestras.

For those who insist on getting to know more about our culture, they can enjoy popular festivities that reveal much of the history, the art and the riches of the Brazilian people. There are options for all tastes: Bumba-meu-boi in the north of the country, the folkloric gaucho dances and festivals with European influences in the south of the country, and of course, the carnival of Rio de Janeiro – the greatest party on the planet.

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Nature in Brazil also deserves special attention, with several ecological parks and extremely varied ecosystems: the tropical forest in the Amazon, the stunted vegetation in the northeast, the Atlantic Forest in the southeast, the vast swamplands in the mid-west and the pampas in the south. Besides these, in cities such as Curitiba and Rio de Janeiro, it is possible to visit botanical gardens that blend in their historical value with Brazilian biodiversity.

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