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Brazil

Bound for Brazil? Check out the advice, stories and tips I can offer after my April 2011 trip there, which saw me visit the cities of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo and Iguazú Falls. All about Brazilian visa requirements for U.S. citizens and sex motels in Brazil.

Brazil’s Ultimate Urban Rivalry

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There are far more differences between Brazil’s largest cities than there are obvious similarities.

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Salvador, My Savior

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If you’re planning to visit Brazil in 2021, I’d encourage you to consider adding Salvador to your itinerary.

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São Paulo Starts Here

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After the year we’ve all just been through, 3 days in São Paulo sounds like a dream.

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Brazil Awaits This Year (or Next)

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Nothing allows you to declare to victory over a pesky pandemic like a delicious meal inside an award-wining churrascaria, or a romp on one of the best city beaches in the world. 

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Rio Starts Here

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Whether you’re planning 3 days in Rio or a longer Brazil itinerary, the Cidade Maravilhosa more than lives up to its name.

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Rio de Janeiro’s Most Dynamic Day Trips

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In Brazil? You won’t want to miss these Rio de Janeiro day trips, which are some of the most exciting excursions to take from the Cidade Maravilhosa.

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Three Days in Rio de Janeiro

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It’s difficult to deny the amazingness of Rio de Janeiro, whether you’re looking down onto the city from Corcovado mountain, sipping caipirinhas on Ipanema Beach or traipsing through colonial Santa Teresa.

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Salvador, My Savior

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After a tumultuous time in Rio and a tiring trek in the Lençóis Maranhenses, three days in charming Salvador, Brazil was just what the doctor ordered.

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