The most exuberant country in Latin America is so huge and full of contrast that it never fails to fascinate visitors. Discover the major cities, the Amazon jungle, the beaches and monuments, all accompanied by unmistakable rhythms.

To the beat of the greatest carnival

From some of the largest and most populated cities in the world like Sao Paulo or Rio de Janeiro, to the smallest and most traditional villages in the Amazon rainforest. From the most spectacular beaches to the most exuberant flora and fauna. It’s impossible to get bored in Brazil, one of the most varied destinations in the world. Make sure you have time to visit Iguazu Falls, the Bird Park, Christ the Redeemer statue and Sugarloaf Mountain, swim in the turquoise waters on the Costa Verde or dance to the beat of samba.

The official currency in Brazil is the Brazilian real. It is easy to exchange foreign currency in banks and exchange offices.
The official language is Brazilian Portuguese, with a more open and nasal pronunciation than European Portuguese. There are also about 180 indigenous languages.
Internet access in Brazil is good in most regions, although generally of lower quality in rural areas.
As it is so immense, Brazil has many different types of climates, but tropical, hot and humid conditions predominate.

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