Reading the travel pages on Evaneos-Travel certainly makes you want to set off, doesn’t it? Have you already decided you are going to Brazil, but are unsure of which places to visit? Why not simply follow your desires? Indeed, the entire country is an open invitation to embark on...Reading the travel pages on Evaneos-Travel certainly makes you want to set off, doesn’t it? Have you already decided you are going to Brazil, but are unsure of which places to visit? Why not simply follow your desires? Indeed, the entire country is an open invitation to embark on a journey of discovery! If you are attracted by UrBex (Urban Exploration) cities, you should go to Rio de Janeiro (Sugarloaf Mountain, Corcovado), Sao Paulo or Salvador (a city with one of the richest colonial histories). Furthermore, you will be able to discover another side to the life of the cariocas by getting someone to show you around the favelas, so you can witness the solidarity and dignity which permeate life there, worlds away from any violent clichés. If you are looking for a pleasant balance between nature and city, don’t miss out on Manaus, the starting point for many expeditions along the Amazon, the largest river in the country. Last but not least, Brasília: created as a futuristic model city, it has become a top destination for lovers of architecture, who will recognize the work of architects like Lucio Costa and Oscar Niemeyer everywhere they look. In short, if you travel to Brazil, you will be guaranteed an unforgettable experience every single day!Continue reading
Are you preparing your next trip to Brazil and have a lot of questions to ask? You don’t know where to begin, you’re questioning the formalities and you’re having doubts about what to pack? This kind of scenario is not a problem when you look at Evaneos-Travel.com, which offers you a guide specifically dedicated to this destination! Among other things, on this site you will find guidance on the must see places (like for example the Iguazu waterfalls, the Amazon or dream beaches…), and a selection of places “off the beaten track” (for example Brasilia and the Marajo island). The administrative aspect is also covered, found under the headings “Before leaving”, and “Things to know about the place”. In any case, this practical guide is your new best friend for your preparations, and even better, for your future Brazilian journey!
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