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Culture and Discovery in Brazil

Salvador de Bahia, immersion in the Bay of All Saints

Salvador de Bahia, immersion in the Bay of All Saints

Although the reputation of the Rio carnival may have faded, it's not the only city in Brazil that knows how to party. The proof is in Salvador de Bahia, the capital of Nordeste where rumba rings in every street corner.
Marie-Aurélie Graff9 September 2019
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Stopped by the Rio de Janeiro

Stopped by the Rio de Janeiro

Before even setting foot there, everyone knows Rio de Janeiro its Concorvado, its Sugarloaf. However, nothing will prepare the amazement that will come with each moment. Magic..
Amélie Perraud-Boulard29 March 2018
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Discover Recife and its surroundings

Discover Recife and its surroundings

The fifth city of Brazil, situated in the north-east of the country, is generally forgotten by tourists. Despite a reputation that is sometimes a little rough, the city which unites large avenues, tall buildings and old colonial buildings, has something to charm you. In the surroundings, the city of Olinda and the beaches of Porto das Galinhas are much more popular among tourists.
Adeline Haverland22 November 2015
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Discovering Lençois Maranhenses

Discovering Lençois Maranhenses

At 230 km from Sao Luis Airport, after a 5 hour journey through the dunes, you will discover Lençois Maranhenses Park. Situated in the State of Maranhao, in the north of Brazil, this natural park with an area of 1500 km2 offers a landscape of dunes and lagoons.
Adeline Haverland20 November 2015
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To the rhythm of the Amazon, deep in the heart of the forest...

To the rhythm of the Amazon, deep in the heart of the forest...

In the middle of the vast tropical, dense forest, the legendary river meanders. A river larger than any other, a source of life that travels from the Peruvian Andes to empty into the ocean at the other end of the continent. And what about you, why not take the time to navigate the Amazon River and discover its beauties and mysteries?
Anne-Laure Paffenholz20 November 2015
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Trip on the Cocoa Route

Trip on the Cocoa Route

Between Itacaré in the north and Canavieras in the south of the State of Bahia, the Cocoa Route is becoming one of the must-see locations for those travelling to Brazil. On the 180km that separate the two cities, visitors will discover large farms where the manufacture of chocolate chips is at the heart of the activity, mangroves and a primary forest, "Mata Atlantica".
Adeline Haverland22 November 2015
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Belem de Para, gate with entry towards the Amazonia

Belem de Para, gate with entry towards the Amazonia

Second city in the North of Brazil with over 1.4 million inhabitants, Belem de Para is an industrial port situated on the Amazon river 100km from the Atlantic Ocean. First town colonised on the Amazon, the town is full of traces of its colonial past.
Adeline Haverland21 November 2015
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On the route between Sao Luis and Fortaleza

On the route between Sao Luis and Fortaleza

It's one of the most famous routes in Brazil. From Sao Luis or Fortaleza, along the northern coast of Brazil, visitors venture on the 900km which separate the two cities, in the middle of dunes, to discover the country's most well known landscapes and beaches.
Adeline Haverland20 November 2015
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Sao Paulo, with the locals

Sao Paulo, with the locals

Sao Paulo is the giant and expansive economic capital of Brazil. Rather than tiring yourself out by going from museum to museum in the city centre, it would be better to observe the local's habits and keep up with them. Sao Paulo is full of surprises!
Julie Olagnol20 November 2015
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The most beautiful beaches of Florianopolis

The most beautiful beaches of Florianopolis

From the sandy beaches in the east with the raging sea, an untouched coast to the west with calm waters, quiet streets, little shops and a widepsread sense of safety everywhere: Welcome to Ilha Catarina and Florianopolis!
Julie Olagnol20 November 2015
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