Brazil travel experience

Brazil is known as a tourist paradise – saying so is not exaggerating when you can once immerse yourself in the bustling, jubilant festival here, meet active, cheerful Brazilian people, visit these scenic spots, long-lying hotspots on the beach, etc.

Some general information

Brazilian full name is the Brazilian federal republic. Brazil’s official capital is Brazilia. The largest city is Sao Paulo. Geographical position is the largest country in South America and has a common border with every South American country except Chile and Ecuador, divided into two regions: Brazil’s highland and Brazil’s Amazon River in the North.

Being a Portuguese colony within 3 centuries, the language, culture, architecture and cultural life are mainly influenced by the country of Portugal. This is the only Portuguese-speaking country in America, so it has turned this language into one of its own national characteristics. The Brazilian is mainly Christian. It is also the country with the largest Christian community in the world. In addition, as a multiracial country with many cultural colors, Brazil is also influenced by many other peoples.

Native Americans have an influence on Brazilian vocabulary and cuisine, while African-American blacks, who were brought to Brazil as slaves before, have an important influence in music and dance moves of this country. In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the influx of immigrants from Italy, Germany, Spain, Japan, the Middle East came to Brazil and established large communities living together in cities, creating background of different unique imprints and focus mainly in southern Brazil.

When should you travel to Brazil?

The average temperature in Brazil is about 25 degrees Celsius, quite pleasant, high humidity. However, in the hot summer, the temperature may rise to 40 degrees C. Because of the southern hemisphere, the seasons will be opposite to the northern hemisphere – the summer will fall in December – April and winter in May -November.

Visiting great Amazon of Brasil

Amazon is the name of the river and the most famous rainforest in the world, flowing through the territory of many countries such as Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia. The Amazon River originates in the Peruvian Andes, and flows eastward and turns north to reach the South American continent. Finally, all the water was gathered and poured into the Atlantic Ocean at Belem, Brazil.

Amazon has a total area of ​​about 7.5 million km2, accounting for about 40% of the South American continent. The Amazon River was first discovered by Francisco de Orellana in 1542 and has since been widely known for its legendary stories of tribes living in the old forests. Amazon is known as a primeval forest, with the highest biodiversity in the world. This is the ideal place for millions of plants and animals. Scientists say there are more than 500 species of mammals, 175 species of lizards, more than 300 species of reptiles, and 30 million species of insects along with about a third of the world’s birds are currently preserved. in the jungle Amazon.

Surrounding the forest is the system of the Amazon River winding around, including many tributaries including 17 major tributaries, crossing and providing enough water to keep the forests green. The average water flow, every year the Amazon flows into the Atlantic Ocean about 6,600 km3 – nearly one-sixth of the total amount of water the rivers in the world pour into the oceans. On the Atlantic Ocean more than 300 km from the river mouth, visitors can still see the opaque watercolor pouring out from this main river mouth. Therefore, people also call the Amazon river mouth “Sea of ​​fresh water”, or “Sea of ​​the sea”.

Come to Amazon once to discover a part of South American culture. In the beautiful country of Brazil, Amazon is a good place for visitors to visit – as an indispensable point for nature lovers and for exploring the rare and unspoiled wild beauty of the world.

5 must-visit places when traveling to Brazil

Each region along Brazil has its own unique landscape, creating a common diversity in the overall nature of this place. Below are five must-visit places when you come to Brazil.

City of Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is one of Brazil’s most vibrant cities. Thanks to its characteristic tropical climate, it is famous for its long white sand beaches, diverse vegetation in the Tijuca National Park, the hills around Guanabara Bay, etc. Especially, the famous Christ the Redeemer statue is considered a symbol of this city. This statue was built between 1922 and 1931, designed according to Art Deco school with a height of 30m, placed on a pedestal 8m high, the armrest of the statue is 28m and weighs 635 tons.

Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo is a diverse city with more than 100 different ethnic groups living together and is the cradle of culture and cuisine of Samba. Every year, there are about 90,000 large and small events in many fields including art, business, fashion, etc. In which, the most famous is the Sao Paulo Art Festival or the Masquerade Festival, Week Sao Paulo fashion, March parade for Jesus, etc.

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Ouro Preto

Ouro Preto city was once a colonial town founded in the late 17th century. It has a well-preserved Portuguese colonial architecture. Modern buildings that want to build must adhere to standards to maintain the city’s history.

Salvador

Salvador is a seaside city and the capital of Bahia state. The atmosphere is always lively with music stages and bustling beaches. It also has quiet, enclosed bays suitable for swimming, diving, and sailing; or bays full of wind and strong waves, which are ideal for surfers.

Fernando de Noronha

Fernando de Noronha is a beautiful archipelago located off the northeast coast of Brazil. It is famous for pristine beaches, green nature, and wildlife. Traveling to Brazil, do not forget to visit this archipelago so you can immerse yourself in the clear blue water and participate in scuba diving activities to watch the ocean world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Where to go when traveling in Brazil?

There are many young people who love road trips, not only to save costs but also to have more opportunities to discover for themselves, experience the natural, cultural and human scenery in new lands.

The following article will share the experience for those who love Brazilian trips and the people of the glamorous Flama dances.

Places to go to Brazil

Tourist destinations spread across Brazil, but travelers should not ignore the following places:

Ouro Preto

This is an old town built in the late seventeenth century with Portuguese colonial architecture, the churches are decorated with gold.

Teatro Amazonas Theater

The theater has an extremely unique architecture, the dome is paved by 36,000 ceramic tiles and decorated in the colors of the Brazilian flag.

Fernando de Noronha Islands

There are many pristine beaches, rich and diverse ecosystems.

Olinda Historical Center

This is an old city located on the Northeast coast – Brazil. There are not only ancient buildings but also rich cuisine.

Salvador Beach

This beach is not only very beautiful but also has many traditional festivals happening all year round.

Rio City

This city is extremely popular by Carnaval festivals attract millions of participants. There is also a famous redemptorist statue on top of the 700m-high Corcovada mountain.

Amazon River

This will be an extremely interesting destination for those who love to explore nature.

Some notes when traveling to Brazil

Brazilians are very open, kissing strangers is a custom often seen in this country.

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Unique Brazilian street food, remember to enjoy the following dishes: Coxinhas, Brigadeiro, Churrasco Grill, Kibe Spicy Beef Cake, Bauru Sandwich, fruit juices.

You should not use the bus in Brazil because it is usually not on time, instead, you can rent a car to drive or see the Kombi.

Hopefully the above Brazilian experience will help you have the best preparation before coming to the country of football and the special Carneval festival.