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Travel Guide To Brazil

Travel Guide To Brasil
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General Information About Brazil

Brazil is the largest country in South America and fifth largest in the world. Famous for its football (soccer) tradition and its annual Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Recife and Olinda. It is a country of great diversity, from the bustling urban mosaic of São Paulo to the infinite cultural energy of Pernambuco and Bahia, the wilderness of the Amazon rainforest and world-class landmarks such as the Iguaçu Falls, there is plenty to see and to do in Brazil.Brazil, due to its continental dimensions, possesses a very wide climatic diversification, influenced by its geographical configuration, its significant coastal extension, its relief and the dynamics of the masses of air on its territory. This last factor assumes great importance, because it acts directly on the temperatures and the pluviometric indexes in the different areas of the country.After 30 years of democracy, the country has grown strong, and despite the social problems of unequal income distribution, the people try to remain happy and festive.As the world's fifth-largest country by both area and population, it is the largest country to have Portuguese as an official language and the only one in the Americas.  Bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, Brazil has a coastline of 7,491 km (4,655 mi). It borders all other South American countries except Ecuador and Chile and covers 47.3% of the continent's land area. Its Amazon River basin includes a vast tropical forest, home to diverse wildlife, a variety of ecological systems, and extensive natural resources spanning numerous protected habitats. This unique environmental heritage makes Brazil one of 17 megadiverse countries, and is the subject of significant global interest and debate regarding deforestation and environmental protection.

Sports Played in Brazil

Sports in Brazil are those that are widely practiced and popular in the country, as well as others which originated there or have some cultural significance. Brazilians are heavily involved in sports. Association football is the most popular sport in Brazil. Other than football, sports like volleyball,mixed martial arts, basketball, and motorsports, especially Formula One, enjoy high levels of popularity.


  • Soccer - Soccer is the talk of the town wherever you are in Brazil, and the country is brimming with great teams and great players. Rio de Janeiro has the world-famous Maracanã Stadium, Mineirão in Belo Horizonte, Morumbi Stadium in São Paulo, Arena Grêmio and Beira-Rio in Porto Alegre.
  • Volleyball - While soccer is the main sport in Brazil, is very normal to find spaces on the beaches where you can play beach volleyball, but this version of the sport possess a different code of rules than indoor volleyball (for example instead of six players, only two players are allowed to play on each team).
  • International Charter Group: - Yacht charter and sailing, one of the worlds largest yacht charter companies, can take care of all charter requirements, from bareboat to crewed in the Brazil. Operating from nine offices worldwide (USA, Spain, UK, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Switzerland, Caribbean, Honk Kong and Dubai).
Brasil Culture e History

Brazil Culture and History



Owing to Brazil’s continental dimensions, varied geography, history and people, the country’s culture is rich and diverse. It has several regional variations, and in spite of being mostly unified by a single language, some regions are so different from each other that they look like different countries altogether.Music plays an important part in Brazilian identity. Styles like choro, samba and bossa nova are considered genuinely Brazilian. Caipira music is also in the roots of sertanejo, the national equivalent to country music. MPB stands for Brazilian Popular Music, which mixes several national styles under a single concept. Forró, a north-eastern happy dancing music style, has also become common nationwide. New urban styles include funk - name given to a dance music genre from Rio's favelas that mixes heavy electronic beats and often raunchy rapping - and techno-brega, a crowd-pleaser in northern states, that fuses romantic pop, dance music and caribbean rhythms.A mixture of martial arts, dance, music and game, capoeira was created by African slaves brought to Brazil, mainly from Portuguese Angola. Distinguished by vivacious complicated movements and accompanying music, it can be seen and practiced in many Brazilian cities.Indigenous traits can be found in some places like the North, from cuisine to vocabulary. There are still many indigenous groups and tribes living in monstly North Region, although many have been deeply influenced by Western culture, and several of the country's surviving indigenous languages are in danger of disappearing completely.Globo, the largest national television network, also plays an important role in shaping the national identity.In general, Brazilians are a fun-loving people. While Southerners may be somewhat colder and more reserved, from Rio upwards people usually boast a captivating attitude towards life and truly enjoy having a good time. Some may even tell you that beer, football, samba, barbecue and woman is all they could crave for.  


Brazil was inhabited solely by indigenous people, mainly of the Tupi and Guarani ethnic groups. Settling by the Portuguese began late in the 16th century, with the extraction of valuable wood from the pau brasil tree, from which the country draws its name. Brazil was settled by the Portuguese.Throughout its history, Brazil has welcomed several different peoples and practices.Desde o início do século 21, o Brasil tem enfrentado uma onda crescente de imigração da China, Bolívia eHaiti.


The Brazilian landscape is very varied. It is most well known for its dense forests, including the Amazon, the world's largest jungle, in the north. But there are also dry grasslands (called pampas), rugged hills, pine forests, sprawling wetlands, immense plateaus, and a long coastal plain. Northern Brazil is dominated by the Amazon River and the jungles that surround it. The Amazon is not one river but a network of many hundreds of waterways. Its total length stretches 4,250 miles (6,840 kilometers), making it the longest river on Earth. Thousands of species live in the river, including the infamous piranha and the boto, or pink river dolphin. Southeastern Brazil was once completely covered with dense forest. Now it is the country's industrial capital, home to Brazil's biggest cities: São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. It covers only 11 percent of the country but houses 43 percent of its population.
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Paris Nightlife

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Popular Bars in Paris

L’Open Café
17, Rue des Archives - 75004 ParisTel. : +33 (0) 1 42 72 26 18
Bliss Kfé
30, Rue du Roi de Sicile - 75004 ParisTel. : +33 (0) 1 42 78 49 36
L’Oiseau bariolé
16, Rue Sainte Croix Bretonnerie - 75004 ParisTel. : +33 (0) 6 10 38 46 51
Le Cox
15, Rue des Archives - 75004 ParisTel. : +33 (0) 1 42 72 26 18

Famous Clubs in Paris

65-67, Rue Pierre Charron - 75008 ParisTel. : +33 (0) 1 58 56 20 50
VIP room
76, Avenue des Champs-Elysées - 75008 ParisTel. : +33 (0) 1 56 69 16 66
Le Baron
6, Avenue Marceau - 75008 ParisTel. : +33 (0) 1 47 20 04 01
Le Latina Café
114, Avenue des Champs Elysées- 75008 ParisTel. : +33 (0) 1 42 89 98 89

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Curitiba Brazil

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Wire Opera HouseInaugurated in 1992 is a tubular structure with a transparent roof. Has a capacity of 1542 people and its stage has dimension of 400 square meters destined to cultural and artistic presentations. The external scenario is also wonderful, surrounded by native forest, a lake with Carp, a variety of birds and a 10 meter cascade.Historic centerThe historic center is popularly known as Largo da Ordem. There, you will find buildings like the Paranaense Museum, the colorful Mosque Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib, Garibaldi Palace, The Flower Clock, Solar do Rosário and the Memorial of Curitiba. There also happens an Arts and Crafts Fair that takes place every Sunday from 9am to 2pm.

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Fernando de Noronha – PE
Fernando de Noronha Brazil

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For enjoying the numberless natural attractions and experiencing a little bit of the history of our colonization, a trip to Noronha requires at least 5 days. There are countless activity and tour options, which satisfy different people and offer to the visitor the chance to see all natural beauties of the islands.

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The Serra do Cipo is currently one of the major tourist provinces of Minas Gerais.Inserted into the Royal Road and the Diamond Circuit, with a National Park, especially rugged, unique scenic beauty, numerous waterfalls and one of the most diverse floras in the world, the region accounts for a enviable collection for leisure, the practice of outdoor activities free, and scientific research.The region is home to a National Park full of waterfalls and trails. Various simple and charming pousadinhas that spread to the edges of MG.

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Manaus – AM
Manaus Brazil

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Manaus is the Amazon’s largest city, an incongruous pocket of urbanity in the middle of the jungle, a major port for ocean vessels that’s 1500km from the ocean. The rainforest has a population density half that of Mongolia’s, but the journey there invariably begins in (or passes through) this bustling city. Don’t be surprised if you feel a little out of whack.The city itself has some genuinely rewarding sights, including a leafy zoo with as many animals out of the cages as in them, and a beach-and-museum combo that gets you out of the city center. Discover Brazilian Amazon Rain Forest.

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Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro Brazil

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If you have not visited Christ the Redeemer "The Wonder of Rio " do not waste time. The statue is located at the top of Corcovado Mountain, 709 meters above sea level, in the Tijuca National Park, overlooking the city. A symbol of Brazilian Christianity, the statue has become an icon of Rio de Janeiro and Brazil.

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Caldas Novas
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It is the biggest attraction in the region and no wonder, since it is born with a pleasant temperature of 37.5 °, and has therapeutic and medicinal properties.

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Salvador – BA
Salvador Brazil

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Salvador has so many beauties and attractions, that to know and enjoy every one of them you need to stay more days. And not to mention food and the joy of the people of Bahia that is contagious t . So if you plan to travel to Salvador now or later, meet some of Salvador hotels and enjoy all that the city offers.

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