Taking a trip to Brazil? Maybe even for the World Cup?
Don't miss out on these sights while on your next Brazilian adventure! Out of all the places that have hosted the World Cup in the past, Brazil seems to be one of the top rated hosts. From sights to see, cities to explore and beaches to enjoy, Brazil is a gorgeous place to host the 2014 World Cup.
Places To See In Brazil
If you are planning on taking a trip to Brazil anytime soon, maybe even for the FIFA World Cup, be sure to check out these popular sights!
- Iguazu Falls: Also known as Iguaçu, this 269 feet tall waterfall consists of 275 individual falls. The falls are in a U-shaped design, which is commonly known as the "Devil's Throat."
- Christ The Reedemer statue: This famous statue is located on the peak of Corcovado mountain and stands out 130 feet. This statue overlooks Rio de Janeiro, which is one of the most popular cities in the world.
- Amazon River: Although this river is the second longest river in the world (the Nile being the first), it winds for 4,000 miles. The river is popular for boating, and consists of numerous animal species to look out for.
- Salvador beaches: Salvador is also a popular city inside Brazil, and is known for having the best beaches in the country. The waves range from small calm waves, to tall waves calling for surfers to come out with their boards.
- Fernando de Noronha: Since Brazil is located at the top of South America, that means the country is mostly surrounded by water. Located in the northeast side of the country are the beautiful beaches of Fernando de Noronha, which goes on for 220 miles. These beaches are perfect to escape the business of cities around the area.
- Teatro Muncipal: Located in Rio de Janeiro, this theater is considered the most popular theater in the country. Be sure to catch a show during your visit!
No matter if you plan on going to Brazil for this year's World Cup, or for a vacation at any point, these sites are noteworthy for your visit!