There's more to Brazil than Rio.
Brasilia, Natal, Porto Alegre, Recife, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo.
Brasilia is the capital of Brazil, but it's only the sixth largest
city in the country.
Brasilia is not only a planned city. It is a planned capital.
Augusto Cesar Baptista Areal's information packed homepage about the Brazilian capital.
Natal is considered one of the safest capitals in Brazil and is a
popular entry point to the country, from Europe.
Many visitors to Natal choose to tour the beaches along the coast by
'dune buggy' or four wheel drive vehicle.
Information about Natal and the main beaches in the neighbourhood.
The attractions of Porto Alegre, as promoted by the government tourist department.
Recife is the capital city of the State of Pernambuco.
Government of Pernambuco:
Pernambuco government information made more accessible to its citizens.
The beach of Boa Viagem is amongst the most famous Brazilian beaches, outside of Rio de
Travel and cultural information about Recife and other major cities in Pernambuco.
All About Rio:
The insider's guide to Rio; made in Ipanema. There's so much information on the site, it's
a wonder they ever get time to go the beach.
Hakan Almerfors has been living in Rio de Janeiro since 2003 and shares his
experiences and knowledge with other travellers.
Rio is fun, but it's a lot quieter in the northeast of Brazil.
Founded in 1554, Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil, with
more than 10 million inhabitants; almost twice that of Rio.
Sao Paulo's not all skyscrapers, and there's a number of green areas
in the city to get some peace and quiet.
Museums of Sao Paulo
The collection of museums in Sao Paulo are: Contemporary Art Museum,
Lasar Segall Museum, MASP, Modern Art Museum (MAM), Paulista Museum (Ipiranga), Pinacoteca
of the State, Sacred Art Museum.
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