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Buzios gained international status with the visit of French actress Brigitte Bardot in the 60's. It is a string of beaches spread out for miles, topless bathing, surfing, diving and great food. It has a laid-back atmosphere with lodging of international class, great bars, and fancy restaurants.

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The archipelago of Anavilhanas is located on the Rio Negro, approximately 70km upstream from Manaus; at this point, the river becomes 27km wider. It is the biggest fresh water archipelago in the world, with about 400 islands, extending over 90 kilometres.

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The most European of all Latin American cities, Buenos Aires has among its many options, such as theaters, restaurants, parks and museums great choices to delight all kind of tastes, in a Paris and Barcelona looking city.

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Founded in 1848 by Germans, people from Blumenau keeps, up to these days, their traditions of German language, dress lining and typical folk dances in a hot and rainy city. The city hosts Oktoberfest, the country second largest festival, with thousands of tourists from the whole and world.

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Belo Horizonte, is the fourth largest city in Brazil and the first to be planned. Surrounded by mountains and excellent climate, people there are known for being friendly and helpful despite the city's great size. The state cuisine is plentiful and delicious, with meats, desserts and cachaca.

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Belem, gateway to the Amazon, is an important commercial and economic center. With Portuguese architecture, Belem was the main port of the region during the 19th century. With an exotic gastronomy, the only genuine from Brazil, Belem has an huge abundance of exotic tropical fruits and seafood.

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With 365 islands and 2000 beaches, Angra dos Reis is truly breathtaking. Ilha Grande is the largest island, with no roads and 106 beaches and waterfalls. Great for hiking, camping, diving and swimming inside its subtropical vegetation, crystal clear waters, along with many other beautiful islands.

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Campo Grande, capital of Mato Grosso do Sul. With many natural beauties, you can visit Dom Bosco Museum, whith different local fauna including countless stuffed birds, ancient fossils, shells, insects and a huge anaconda and a detailed ethnographic section with various Indian tribes of that area.

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Canoa Quebrada Beach, a village located along reddish high sea cliffs, is known as a paradise discovered by Brazilians and foreigners not so many years ago, in search of an exotic life, mysticism, peace and, of course, breathtaking natural sand beaches.

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Costa do Sauipe is a 500 acre complex, 50 miles north of historic Salvador, Bahia, with beautiful beaches, hotels and facilities that makes a perfect site for a relaxing vacation. There is also a replica of a Brazilian colonial city, Vila Nova da Praia, with shops, restaurants and bars. Very fun

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Fernando de Noronha is part of the archipelago of the same name, with 21 islands and islets, which is the peak of a four thousand-meter deep volcanic mountain, and the habitat of several animal species. Also, there is Sancho Beach, elected the most beautiful beach in Brazil. Great for scuba diving.

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Its proximity to the Wetlands makes Cuiaba a popular destination in the west of Brazil. Pantanal (The Wetlands) is a truly ecological sanctuary of water, fauna and flora. On the road to Chapada dos Guimaraes, scenery changes completely. It is a flat area situated in the upper part of the plains.

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Capital of the State of Ceara, Fortaleza is ever sunny and has sensual beach life appreciated by Latin Americans, North Americans, and Europeans more and more every year. Fresh fish and seafood are abundant here for a fair price. Enjoy powdery sand beaches with clean water and exciting night life.

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Capital of the State of Santa Catarina, Florianopolis is one of the hottest tourist destinations in Brazil. It is an immense mountainous island with more than 40 natural beaches. Sun, surfing, dunes, beautiful natives, and mountains make this island one of the best attractions in Brazil.

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Curitiba, southern Brazil, is one of the most beautiful regions because of the lush subtropical vegetation covered mountains. It has a rich colonization history, begun on the 17th century, but with a modern architecture and it's well maintained municipal parks and squares and a great way of life.

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Goiania, in south central Brazil, is located on a plateau. A planned modern city, it is an administrative center. Grain, livestock, and coffee are produced in the area, and nickel, titanium, chromium, and diamonds are mined. A railroad connects the city with Brasília and the coast.

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Located in the State of Parana, Foz do Iguassu is a town where tourist attractions go hand-in-hand with the most exuberant scenery provided by nature in the “Land of the Falls”. Truly a breathtaking and unforgettable natural beauty.

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The Long Island is formed by a gigantic sand bank with 4 km of width and 74 km of length, espreguiçada in wild beaches, turns for the open sea. In the side of the continent, ideal for fishes, manguezais if they esparramam in direction the Cananéia.

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Itacare, south of Salvador, is a small tropical town with many beaches and hills covered with palm trees and forest. On the beaches located close to the village, there are hotels, bars and restaurants and few miles from the village, there are also many preserved beaches.

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Ilheus is the cocoa capital of Brazil. It was founded in 1534 and nowadays is a modern city that has preserved its historical sites. Beaches abound in the region, and the city's Carnival celebration is one of the liveliest in Bahia.

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Nestled in the dunes, northwest from Fortaleza is the fishing community of Jericoacoara, a quiet and nice town. Small inns and restaurants are owned by native families. There you find towering sand dunes, deserted beaches, cactus-covered cliffs, interesting rock formations in a pleasant atmosphere.

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Spread over a flat coastal plain, with few tall buildings and many residential streets, Joao Pessoa is a delightful beach town. A charming combination of sweeping coves called

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Londrina, a trade and industrial center with vast railroad lines and a large German and Slavic population, was founded after World War I. Located north of the State of Parana, a region with purple and very fertile soil, was until few decades an extensive forest of araucarias.

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Capital of the State of Alagoas, Maceio is located on a tip of a curved peninsula and has an coastal line of in-town beaches where most of the fine hotels and restaurants are concentrated. The main beaches are Pajucara, Ponta Verde, Jatiuca and Praia de Cruz das Almas. Read more...

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The Mamirauá Sustainable Development Reserve is an area with more than 1 million hectares of lakes, marshy forests and jungle. Together with the Amanã Reserve and the Jaú National Park, it forms the largest area of protected flooded forestlands in the world.

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A modern city, surrounded by rain forest, Manaus, is rather than industrial, the starting point of the Amazon region. Tour boats leave Manaus to see the Meeting of the Waters, where the black waters of the Negro River meet the light waters of the Solimoes River, providing an awesome natural show

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Natal has extraordinary beaches with tiny fishing villages and also freshwater beaches and falls. The Reis Magos Fort has on one side strong waves crashing against the rocks on which the fort is built. On the other side, the beach and reefs form a huge, natural aquarium. It is sure worth a visit.

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Declared World Heritage (downtown), Olinda is famous for its part on Brazil history, culture and also for its carnival where thousands of people dance through the narrow, hilly, bright colored house lined streets among historical buildings. Olinda also houses colony of artists with great art.

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Paraty was founded in the early 17th century. Today is a charming colonial town, declared World Heritage. Motor vehicles are not allowed in its narrow, stone-paved streets. Located between Sao Paulo and Rio (Green Coast), the town has 65 island and over 300 beaches, many falls and nice restaurants.

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Founded in 1711, Ouro Preto, declared World Heritage, is built on rocky ground with cobbled streets wind up and down steep hills crowned with churches. Mansions, fountains, churches, ruins, shining towers with colored tiles, altogether, help keeping a delightful charming 18th century atmosphere

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A resort on the hills, and industrial city, 42 miles north of Rio, Petropolis, City of Hydrangea or Imperial City is reached by road along a steep, scenic mountain road, one of the most beautiful drives in Brazil. It stands at 2654 ft in the Serra da Estrela range of mountains in the Serra do Mar.

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Imagine a remote city, in the middle of the Amazon jungle, 400 kilometers down river from Manaus and accessible only by boat or airplane…. Imagine that once a year, this town-that-time-forgot becomes the focal point of an incredible regional celebration.

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Porto Alegre is located on the banks of the Guaiba River. An interesting visit for those interested in

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Pipa is hidden within one of the last

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Porto de Galinhas, with warm and crystal waters, shadows provided by a huge coconut plantation, is one of the most visited beaches on the northeast. After a day of sunbathing, beer drinking on the sand and jeep and raft tours, hotels and bars guarantee the visitor comfort, and nightlife excitement

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Porto Seguro is a popular holiday resort and is Bahia’s second most popular tourist destination. Known as kind of a wild party place, people buy mixed drinks with strange names at stands in the streets or at bars and walk through the city streets having a good time and meeting people from all over

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Located in one of the most beautiful coastal regions in Brazil, 50 miles from Salvador, Praia do Forte is a quiet resort, with thousands of coconut palms standing on 7 miles of white sandy protected beach and also the site of a major preservation center for sea turtles.

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Rio de Janeiro, the “Wonderful City” is impossible to describe in words. Located between the mountains and the ocean, this city has thousands of places to see, visit and enjoy, and of course beaches, samba, carnival and nightlife makes this city loved and seductive and definitely worth visiting.

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Rio Solimões is a Brazilian river that bathes the State of Amazon. It starts in Peru and when entering in Brazil, in the city of Tabatinga, it receives the name from Solimões. It has as affluent of the right edge Rio Javari, Jutaí, Juruá and Purús in the left edge the rivers Içá and Japurá

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Salvador, former capital of Brazil, is divided into two parts. Lower City, at sea level, holds the old port and the commercial area. Upper City, that holds the old government buildings, the residential districts, museums, churches and much of the newer architecture Fun all over and all year round.

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Sao Paulo, third largest metropolitan area in the world is the wealthiest and most important commercial center in the southern hemisphere. It has the largest and busiest hotels, convention centers, and airports not to mention the second largest helicopters fleet in the world. This city never sleeps

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Tefé is a city in the state of Amazonas in Brazil. It is located about 200km to the west of Manaus on the south bank of the Rio Solimões. Tefe was founded by missionaries as Nogueira in the 17th century and also called Ega at one time, it lies on the right (south) bank of the portion of the Amazon River known as the Solimões, on the lake formed by the mouth of the Tefé River.

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