Three Main Ways of Transport to Get around the Amazon

Three Main Ways of Transport to Get around the Amazon

Visiting the Amazon in Brazil you will have more ways of transport to get around than you would actually think. You can easily access even smaller cities inside the Amazon by local buses or a car and you also have airlines connecting the cities most visited by tourists. Local travel in Brazil is always easy. Public transport outside of the Amazon is generally by bus or plane, though there are a few passenger trains, too. However you travel, services will be crowded, plentiful and, apart from... [ read more ]

Tourist Guide to Get around the Amazon in Brazil

Tourist Guide to Get around the Amazon in Brazil

Tourists visiting Brazil cannot miss to get around the Amazon, this huge region with its different landscapes. The Amazon's territory is larger than Western Europe and it's surrounded by eight other countries: French Guiana, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, Colombia,  Bolivia and a main part of France. It is possible to spend whole months in here although most visitors spend only a few days. A couple of days definitely won't be enough to discover most of the regions of t... [ read more ]

Main Ways of Transportation to Get to Brazil

Main Ways of Transportation to Get to Brazil

Tourists traveling to Brazil can choose from more types of transportation to reach any part of the country. Most of tourists prefer to travel by plane, because it's fast and comfortable, but there is also a large number of travelers who feel more safe if they are using ways of transportation that have wheels. If you love the wavering sea you can also take a boat to get to Brazil. Whether you are traveling by plane, boat or on the land by bus or car, you will definitely experience an unforget... [ read more ]

Tourist Guide to Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Tourist Guide to Belo Horizonte, Brazil

The capital of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, is the third largest city in Brazil. Although moderately attractive it offers little in the way of sights, beyond a handful of museums and parks. Most travellers come here to change bus on the way to Ouro Preto or Tiradentes, or to find work as an English language teacher. The center of the city is filled with skyscrapers surrounded by huge mountains helping to trap the pollution  produced in the city. The city is pocked with hills that rise and f... [ read more ]

The best walking places in Brasilia

The best walking places in Brasilia

The gorgeous Brazilian capital is a picture of contemporary architecture. Tremendous group of tourists visit the city every season of the year. It has many impressive monuments and buildings. The tourist opinion is that Brasilia is like a big open-air museum. Many visitors said that Brasilia wasn’t built for foot passengers but for those who travel by car. This is not so true. Those who designed Brasilia wanted that pedestrian and cars would be separated so the people can have safe spaces t... [ read more ]

The most beautiful buildings in Brasilia designed by Oscar Niemeyer

The most beautiful buildings in Brasilia designed by Oscar Niemeyer

Architect Oscar Niemeyer designed all the significant buildings in Brasilia. He did the best! He loved to work with forms but not so with details, landscaping and materials. Niemeyer rather worked only with bare concrete. Niemeyer worked together with Roberto Burle Marx he was the most excellent landscape designer, and Milton Ramos materials - and detailing-focused architects, and Alfredo Ceschiatti he was a gifted sculptor and artist. All the buildings he worked on had accepted to the plan o... [ read more ]

A guide to the official residence of the President of Brazil

A guide to the official residence of the President of Brazil

The Brazil President’s official residence is Palácio da Alvorada. It’s situated in the national capital, on a peninsula at the borders of Paranoá Lake. The designer of Palácio da Alvorada was Oscar Niemeyer. This was the first dedicating building in Brasília, in 1958. Juscelino Kubitscheck named it. The meaning of the name is "Palace of the Dawn". This palace is a symbol of the current movement of Brazilian architecture, the country’s technical and cultural progress. The columns of t... [ read more ]

A short guide to the capital city of Brazil

A short guide to the capital city of Brazil

Brasilia is a South American city and it is the federal capital of Brazil. This grow well wonderful city is located in the Central-West part of the country, in the Federal District. Brasilia is full of sightseeing attractions and great things to do. It is famous for its modernist style and it is also a great example in urban planning. Only five years before its initiation there was desert, but now there are gorgeous buildings, ranging from beautiful Cathedral of Brasilia to the unforgettable ... [ read more ]

A short guide to Recife neighborhoods

A short guide to Recife neighborhoods

With the right directions Recife will become an easy navigate place where every neighborhood has many interesting activities to offer. The city is situated two meters above sea level and there you can see many islands. Recife and its neighborhoods have many rivers and canals, so these are great places for water sports. It received the name “Brazilian Venice” because all the waterways are running through the city.  Therefore it’s very easy to visit the neighborhood attractions by boat a... [ read more ]

The best visiting places in Recife

The best visiting places in Recife

Recife is a perfect place to spend your holiday in Pernambuco. There are beautiful attractions, amazing beaches, great food and lovely people. You will find many places to go, things to experience and sights to see. This unforgettable experience will remain a great memory. The cultural roots of Recife are notable and the traditional activities should not be overlooked. Recife is one of the richest places in Brazil where you can explore folk art and craft, sculpture, painting, music and dance... [ read more ]