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Surely you know that Brazil is a unique country, with breathtaking destinations and attractions. But there are many other things you may not know and that make Brazil a very special place to experience unforgettable moments.
In Brazil, exuberance is everywhere: in the vastness of the desert sands of Lençóis Maranhenses, in the 7,000 kilometers of beaches, in the rivers so large that they resemble the sea. In the Amazon Forest, the largest on the planet. In the 250,000 km² of Pantanal, the impressive natural reserve and a World Heritage Site.
Beauty is also in the 44 national parks that preserve the ecosystem, in the archaeological sites of Piauí, in the sky of Brasilia and in the pampas of Rio Grande do Sul. In the majestic mountains of Minas Gerais and in the appalling tidal wave (pororoca), the strange and noisy meeting of the waters in the states of Amapá and Pará.
In Brazil, wherever you go you can live many unique experiences that will delight and thrill you.
Brazil is internationally known for carnival, soccer and for tourist attractions like Corcovado, the Amazon, Pantanal and Iguazu Falls. But like its people and its culture, the country’s tourism options are diverse and exciting.
Those who insist on learning about our culture can enjoy popular festivities that reveal much of the history, art and wealth of the Brazilian people. There are options for all tastes: Bumba-meu-boi in the North, festivals of European influence in the South and, of course, carnival in Rio de Janeiro - the biggest celebration on the planet.
Brazil is in the route of most international airlines, and Brazilian airports have invested heavily in improving their infrastructure, providing greater accessibility and comfort to tourists.
The road network in the country is also increasing, and investments in new roads and signage allow tourists to travel more safely. Those who like to travel by car have the opportunity to enjoy the most diverse landscapes and see some particular aspects of Brazil, such as the typical fruits and crafts sold along the roads.
For Mercosur citizens, traveling to Brazil is even easier because they do not need an entry visa. All they need is a valid passport or an identification document.
We know how much can be difficult to choose what to do in a country with more than 8 million square kilometers. There's no shortage here is cultural and must-see attractions. Get to know a little about each state and try to decide. We know it will be hard to choose just one for your next trip, but who says you can not get them all?
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