Brazil is currently attracting the attention of the whole world, as it hosts tens of thousands of athletes and administrators, along with hundreds of thousands of tourists and visitors attending the Summer Olympics, but in reality it is a beautiful destination all year round and at all times. If you put Brazil on your list of future visits, we will introduce you to how you spend two weeks of magic and uniqueness in the splendid country. It is the largest country in South America and is distinguished by its cultural richness gained from several civilizations along with enchanting natural beauty.
In these two weeks, you will discover a group of natural wonders, wonderful white beaches and distinctive historical sites. Brazil is an ideal destination for fans of exploration of external sites and lovers of history, engineering, museums, as well as music, food, festivals, markets and of course .. samba and football!
3 nights at Foz de Iguacu
The perfect start to your Brazilian trip will be in Foz do Iguacu, a city full of life, culturally and naturally diverse. This city near Argentina is known for its huge network of large waterfalls. Stay for 3 days in it because there are so many amazing natural places to see, including the Iguazu Falls National Water Park, which you must visit by boat and see the waterfalls also overlooking the surrounding areas. You should not lose sight of Parque Das Aves, which is a wonderful site that includes species that you will only find there are birds, especially flamingo pink birds.
Two nights in Curitiba
From Foz do Iguacu, he moved to the east towards the big city of Curitiba, one of the most important economic cities in Brazil and includes important historical architecture, especially in Old City Hall and buildings dating back to the Portuguese colonial period in Largo de Ordem. On Sundays, a direct market for traditional folk products is held, with more than 1,000 vendors flocking to the beautiful stone streets of Largo De Ordem and Praca Garibaldi. Visit the spread of exhibits in Museu Oscar Niemeyer, a unique contemporary building resembling the shape of the human eye. As for visits in nature, discover the city’s botanical garden, which includes fully green houses and French gardens, in addition to the distinguished vegetable museum.
A day trip in Morretes
During your stay in Curitiba, take a short trip towards Morretes, a historical district. If you take the train or bus, you will enjoy amazing views of the rainforest. In the city, discover the churches built in the eighteenth century, enjoy walking on the banks of the Nhundiaquara River and dine in one of the spread restaurants serving a traditional city meal known as Barreado.
Night in São Paulo
Then we move to Brazil’s economic heartland and its most populous city, São Paulo. It is a city bustling with skyscrapers, large museums and modern markets. Zona Central is the place that houses the most important historical buildings. Watch the many exhibitions at Avenida Paulista, where you will especially find the “Art in Sao Paulo” museum. For those who love shopping, the destination is the huge Patio Paulista Center, and Trianon Park is an ideal place for a relaxing stroll.
Two nights in Paraty
Paraty is a destination located along Ilha Grande Bay and surrounded by a wonderful array of tropical forests and mountains. Trindade area includes beautiful white beaches where you will practice swimming, surfing and snorkelling, rent a kayak and discover one of the tropical islands near the bay. As for the interior of Paraty, it has a lot of charm as well. In the historical center, you will discover landmarks of the colonial period that have now turned to restaurants, hotels, art galleries and shops. Organize a foot tour of Gold Path which is a group of stone streets and its proximity to beautiful gardens, especially in Parque Nacional.
2 nights at Ilha Grande
This tropical paradise deserves to spend two nights and more. A stunning natural beauty that was once home to pirates and has now turned into a wonderful destination full of virgin beaches and beautiful green forests and has turned several places where reserves preserve the beauty of this island. Choose your stay in one of the luxury sea resorts in Ilha Grande and enjoy the many activities there.
3 nights in Rio de Janeiro
There is no better place than Rio de Janeiro to end your visit to Brazil, as it is one of the world’s cities. In Rio, the famous annual festival takes place, but the reality is that Rio dance to the rhythm of samba throughout the year. The nightlife and bustling center of Rio is Lapa, and during the day you head to the famous Copacabana and Ipanema beaches. Statue of Savior Cristo Redentor is a Brazilian Brazilian landmark located on Mount Corcovado that you can reach by train and get a comprehensive view of Rio that will take you to another level of appreciation for the beauty of this city …
From São Paulo
A scene from São Paulo
From the streets of Paraty
One of the famous soccer fields in Curitiba
The Trindade area in Paraty
The beaches of Rio de Janeiro
The Statue of the Savior in Rio
Waterfalls in Foz do Iguaçu
Ilha Grande Island
Excursion in Foz de Iguacu
Beautiful Sao Paulo