We love Brazil for:
Rio de Janeiro: The 2nd Largest City in Brazil. Best Known for the Brazilian Carnival
Weather: Due to the large geographical area the Climate of Brazil varies although most of Brazil lies in the tropics. Temperatures in the city of Brasília are moderate, usually between 15 °C (59 °F) and 30 °C (86 °F), Rio de Janeiro, on the coast has a warm climates, with average temperatures of each month ranging from 23 to 27 °C (73.4 to 80.6 °F) of São Paulo, has a subtropical climate however temperatures can fall below freezing in winter.
Demographics : Majority of Brazilians descend from the country’s indigenous peoples (Sometimes known as red Indians), Portuguese settlers, and African slaves. About 48% of the population would describe themselves at white, 43% would describe themselves as Brown (Multiracial) and around 7% would describe themselves as black. Food: Brazilian cuisine varies from region.
Feijoada (A stew made with beans, beef and pork) is considered a national dish. A common everyday meal in Brazil consist mostly of rice and beans with beef and salad
The most popular sport in Brazil is football (Soccer) The Brazilian national football team is ranked among the best in the world according to the FIFA World Rankings, and has won the World Cup tournament a record five times.
Languages: Portuguese is the official language of Brazil. Almost all of the population peaks Portuguese and is used on most media and business literature.
Religion Brazil is a highly spiritual country. Brazil has the largest Roman Catholic Population in the world.
The economy of Brazil is the 7th Largest Economy in the world. Some of the major export products from brazil include aircraft, electrical equipment, automobiles, ethanol, textiles, footwear, iron ore, steel, coffee, orange juice, soybeans and corned beef.
Try learning a little Portuguese before you travel. Just the basic words, you do not need to be fluent but a little does go a long way.
Explore the Amazon
The world’s largest rainforest contains one-third of all the living species on earth and is crossed by 10 of the world’s 20 largest rivers, including the Amazon River. Manaus is a usual tour destination.
Learn to Samba
Many dance schools or shows will give you the chance for perfect your dance moves ready for the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro.
Visit the City of São Paulo
Brazil’s Largest city filled with beautiful people, clean and wide streets, and a thriving night life. The city is filled with art galleries, live music art galleries and restaurants , São Paulo is a fascinating destination for culture vultures, as well as anyone who want a sophisticated city break.
Christ the Redeemer (statue)
Built as a place of worship and marriage. Now one of the top tourist destinations of the world. A symbol of Brazilian Christianity, the statue has become an icon for Rio de Janeiro and Brazil
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