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D31***61We made our way to The statue of Christ by using public transport first we bought a ticket at the Metro and there is a connecting bus that will take you directly to the cog tram. The cost was substantially cheaper than using a need to and also you are not limited to the amount of time that you spend up at the top of Christ the Redeemer
4.6/5
295 Reviews
Mountain
D31***61this is a must to do experienced for anybody who comes to Rio de Janeiro. Best to make your own way there and buy a ticket otherwise your time will be limited up on the top of Sugarloaf
4.5/5
187 Reviews
Beach
Marcus Vinicius de Barcelos MafraA mais iconica das praaias do Rio e também a mais populosa. Copacabana - a princesinha do mar. Ha quem diga que pela manhã, antes das 7 am sua beleza é estonteante e nenhum outra Praia pode se quer se comparar... Será? Destaque pra o Posto 6 (Forte de Copacabana)
4.5/5
173 Reviews
Seashore
Beach
_FB***77Ipanema beach it’s a must to go in Rio, Brazil! with the “two brothers” mountains at the end of the beach it’s a Brazilian icon. Most know for a famous song called “Ipanema girl” wrote by our famous Brazilian singer “Tom Jobim”
4.4/5
74 Reviews
City Park
乖小咪The Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo is a very beautiful sports park. There are wide lawns and peaceful lakes. There are dense forests along the lakes. You can do aerobic exercises along the lakes. The air is very good and it is very comfortable to run. It is definitely worth experiencing.
4.6/5
33 Reviews
Water Conservancy Project
锴kai10This dam looks very magnificent, with a length of 7,700 meters and a height of 244 meters from the top of the dam. What’s more interesting is that there is a national boundary line on the dam, Brazil on one side, Paraguay on the other, and even generator sets and booster stations. And the control room is half of each. It is shocking to be able to visit such a large hydropower plant, and to watch it close by the turbine. All tours cost 90 Brazilian dollars.

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About Brazil

Brazil, the largest country in South America, is known the world over for its football culture, incredible beaches, samba, rainforests, and waterfalls. These have long captivated tourists. Come revel in the sands along Rio de Janeiro’s famous Copacabana. Or travel to Sao Paulo, Brazil’s financial center, to see its stunning architectural treasures. Across the north is the mighty Amazon rainforest, the world’s largest and most diverse tropical ecosystem. And on the border with Argentina are the famous Iguazu Falls, a large and powerful system of waterfalls breathtaking to behold. Brazil is a paradise for travelers and rich experiences await those who visit.

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