Are you thinking on spending your next vacation in Brazil? Whether it is for a short Brazil trip or a long holiday, you should definitely be prepared. That means that whether you are familiarised with the area or it is your first time in Brazil, you should know everything you need to know about Brazil vacations, including where to go and what to do. Read the following article where you will find a comprehensive guide to Brazil holidays.
Location You will find Brazil located in South America and bordered by almost all the other South American countries, namely Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. Brazil is not only the largest country in South America, but the fifth largest country in the whole world as well. Demographic information Brazil’s official name is the ‘Federative Republic of Brazil’. The capital of Brazil is Brasilia and the country’s largest and probably most popular city is Sao Paolo. According to the 2010 Brazilian statistical data, the population of Brazil is a little less than 200 million residents, referred to as Brazilians. Climate Given that Brazil is a large country, a vast variety of climate types is definitely expected. The majority of the country has a tropical climate, but equatorial, semi-arid, highland tropical, temperate, and sub-tropical type of climate can be found in different areas of Brazil as well.
Sao Paolo In Brazil’s largest city, you will find numerous attractions, such as the Museum of the Portuguese Language, the São Paulo Museum of Art, the Ibirapuera Park and the Latin American Memorial. Rio de Janeiro The city is mainly visited for its beaches. Some of Rio de Janeiro’s most popular beaches are the Ipanema and the Copacabana. You can also visit the beaches of Barra da Tijuca and Leblon. Millions of tourists come in Rio de Janeiro for the carnival celebrations as well. Transportation Brazil has approximately 2.500 airports, whilst Brazil’s biggest airport is the Sao Paulo – Guarulhos International Airport, located near Sao Paolo. You can also use the metro system in many Brazil cities, such as in Sao Paolo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Salvador, Fortaleza, Belo Horizonte and others. You will also find a sufficient railway system and numerous ports. Finally, Brazil owns a large road network.