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Brazil is an incredible country with a culture and atmosphere unlike anywhere else in the world. Its vibrant cities are filled with colorful markets, amazing architecture, and lively nightlife. The country also boasts a wealth of natural beauty, from its stunning beaches to the Amazon rainforest, as well as numerous UNESCO World Heritage sites. 

In addition, Brazil offers travelers a range of adventure activities such as sailing, hang-gliding, and trekking.

With its truly unique atmosphere, Brazil is a must-visit destination for anyone looking for a memorable vacation experience.


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Things to Do in Brazil

1. Visit Rio de Janeiro: Enjoy the vibrant culture, stunning beaches, and breathtaking views of this incredible city.
2. Explore the Amazon Rainforest: Get lost in Brazil’s largest rainforest and discover its breathtaking beauty.
3. Take a Tour of Iguazu Falls: Marvel at one of the world’s most impressive waterfalls located on the Argentina-Brazil border.
4. Hike to Christ The Redeemer Statue: Climb hundreds of stairs for an unforgettable birds-eye view from atop this iconic statue overlooking Rio de Janeiro.
5. Relax on Copacabana Beach: Recharge as you stretch out on one of Brazil's famous golden coastlines full of beachside bars and cafes.
6. Visit São Paulo City Centre: Step into lively neighborhoods rich with centuries-old colonial buildings, food markets, boutiques, and more within Latin America's largest metropolis.
7. Salvador da Bahia: Journey through history within Brazil’s bustling port city full of colorful cobblestone streets, thriving nightlife scenes, live music venues, and exotic cuisine all inspired by African influence.
8. Go Surfing or Kiteboarding in Fortaleza: Catch some waves or enjoy a kiteboarding session with world-class instructors in this trendy coastal city.
9. Tour the Pantanal Wetlands: Get close to nature as you explore one of the world’s largest wetlands teeming with wildlife and unique bird species. 
10. Explore Lençóis Maranhenses National Park: Wander through this remote desert landscape of pristine lagoons, deep canyons and an array of wild animals.

Shopping in Brazil

1. Curitiba: Find upscale designer goods at the malls surrounding the Santa Felicidade neighborhood or browse around downtown where you'll find antiques and crafts.
2. Belo Horizonte: This popular destination is known for its chic boutiques along Rua dos Goitacazes as well as a vast selection of Brazilian jewelry stores on BH Shopping Street.
3. Porto Alegre: Take some time to explore the Mercado Publico Central marketplace before heading over to the Barra Shopping Mall which features luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Hermes & Dior.
4. Rio de Janeiro: Visit the upscale Ipanema and Leblon neighborhoods where you'll find designer brands, boutiques, and souvenir shops galore. Plus, don't miss out on exploring the famed Feira Hippie fair with its artsy crafts and jewelry pieces.
5. Brasilia: This modern city offers an array of shopping centers, including the chic Park Shopping and Pátio Brasil malls as well as a bustling street market with plenty of local delicacies.
6. Salvador: Stop by the Mercado Modelo for all of your souvenir shopping needs. Don't miss out on the artisanal crafts in Rio Vermelho.
7. Sao Paulo: This bustling city is home to some of Brazil's most famous shopping centers. For something a bit more unique, head over to Galeria do Rock which features hundreds of independent stores selling vintage music posters and records.
8. Manaus: Here you'll find an array of market stalls selling handmade goods from all over the Amazon. Don't miss out on checking out Souk Shopping, a mall featuring traditional Amazonian art and crafts.
9. Recife: Enjoy a unique shopping experience at the Recife Antigo marketplace, which specializes in antiques and vintage items. Or browse around Boa Vista Shopping Mall to find luxury brands and designer labels.
10. Foz do Iguaçu: Visit the Cataratas JL Shopping Mall for a more upscale shopping experience or explore the traditional markets where you'll find plenty of artisanal goods.

Dining in Brazil

1. Rio de Janeiro: Known for its Brazilian barbecue. The city’s churrascarias serve up delicious flame-grilled meats, with a side of feijoada (black bean stew) and farofa (manioc flour).
2. São Paulo:  An international gastronomic destination, visitors to São Paulo can find all sorts of cuisine from around the world. However, there is plenty of traditional Brazilian food to be found here as well, such as pastel (savory pastry) and the famous mortadella sandwich.
3. Belo Horizonte: The capital of Minas Gerais state is known for its unique cuisine, called “comida mineira.” Dishes include feijão tropeiro (a stew with beans), tutu a mineira (mashed beans and manioc flour), and pão de queijo (cheese bread).
4. Bahia: The cuisine of Bahia is influenced by African flavors and ingredients, such as coconut milk, dendê (palm oil), spices and seafood. Most dishes are served with rice, beans, warm cassava flour or farofa. Popular dishes include vatapá (a thick fish stew) and moqueca (seafood stew).
5. Brasilia: The capital city is known for its diverse cuisine, ranging from Italian and Japanese to Middle Eastern and African dishes. However, traditional food like pão de queijo (cheese bread) and brigadeiros (chocolate truffles) can still be found here as well.
6. Porto Alegre: The capital of Rio Grande do Sul state is known for its churrasco, a traditional Brazilian barbecue. Dishes like costela de porco (pork ribs) and carreteiro (stewed beef) are served with sides of vinaigrette, rice and vegetables
7. Recife: The city is known for its seafood-based dishes, such as moqueca de peixe (fish stew), carangueijada (fried fish) and bobo de camarão (shrimp stew).
8. Curitiba: A city that's renowned for its Italian heritage, Curitiba has a wide range of Italian dishes on offer, from pizza and pasta to risotto. Traditional Brazilian dishes like feijoada (black bean stew) and arroz carreteiro (rice with beef chunks) can also be sampled here.
9. Salvador: The city is known for its unique cuisine known as “comida baiana.” Dishes have an African influence and include acarajé (deep-fried bean fritters) and vatapá (a thick fish stew). 
10. Manaus: The capital of Amazonas state is known for its regional cuisine, which features wild ingredients like jambu (a local herb), tucupi (a yellow sauce made from manioc), and pirarucu (an Amazonian fish).