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Top three best places to visit in Brazil
Brazil is a spectacularly beautiful country with some of the world’s most remarkable attractions, including the samba-school parades, Rio de Janeiro Carnival, Iguazu Falls and magnificent Cristo Redentor statue. If you want to make the most of your to visit to the South American country, check out these top three must-experience places to visit in Brazil.
Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is one of the most exciting places to visit in Brazil that thrills first-time visitors no matter how many photographs of the city they have seen prior to the visit. The city is located on one of the world’s largest and most beautiful harbors surrounded by spectacular natural attractions, ranging from glittering sandy beaches like Ipanema and Copacabana to majestic mountains like Corcovado and Sugar Loaf and the extravagant samba-school parades of Rio Carnival.
The city’s most iconic landmark is the magnificent Christ the Redeemer statue that was elected one of the Seven Wonders of the world. The stature sits 710 m atop Corcovado mountain with arms spread wide over Rio, apparently blessing the vibrant city below.Apart from these attractions, Rio is fantastically multi-cultural and home to some of the warmest and fun-loving residents you will ever encounter in such a big city.
Another top level place to visit in Brazil are the Iguazu Falls. Recognized as one of the world’s most stunning natural wonders, you have to see it for yourself to understand its grand splendor. The fall is located on the Iguazu River, which straddles the border between Brazil and Argentina. You cannot really claim to have been to Brazil if you leave without visiting the breathtaking Iguazu Falls.
Closing our list of places to visit in Brazil is the historic Old City of Salvador. The Old City, Brazil’s third largest city and the capital of the Bahia state, boasts gorgeous sandy beaches, world’s largest Carnival celebrations and exceptionally rich cultural heritage. You will particularly be blown away by the rich African influence on Brazilian culture most acutely felt here, not to mention the scenic landscape from high grounds in Salvador.