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Brazil Things To Do

Enjoy your irresistible Brazil holidays at the following attractions with your loved ones.

Our Lady of Brazil Church (Igreja Nossa Senhora do Brazil): This scenic and exquisite church was constructed in 1714 and features ornate tiles and beautiful altar to add more value and elegance to the church. On holidays to Brazil visit this sacred art museum and enjoy its relaxing ambience.

Autodromo Nelson Piquet: One of the most thrilling tracks for motorcycle and car races. Its tracks are used for Grand Prix, Indy and various World Championship races. A must visit place for adventurous travellers on their Brazil holidays.

Barra da Tijuca: This famous place is known for various shopping malls and the travellers can enjoy shopping, bars and fine restaurants with the subtle ambience of Miami. Travellers on their Brazil holidays can come here mainly for its fabulous beach.

Casa Franca-Brasil: Well designed by a French architect this cultural centre was constructed in 1820. Initially it was an indoor market but nowadays it houses various exhibitions showcasing the cultural heritage between Brazil and France. A lovely restaurant is placed nearby the premises to relish during your Brazil holidays.

Casa do Grito e Capela Imperial: It has been built exactly like the painting ‘Independencia ou Morte’ of the artist Pedro Americo. Renovated in the fifties, the rooms are decorated with paintings, utensils and objects from the nineteenth century. Spice up your Brazil holidays by paying a visit here.

Igreja da Candelaria: With its baroque style and impressive façade this property took nearly ninety years to build and was finished at last in 1898. The interiors are a delightful mixture of altars, statues and marble graven columns. The dome also has colourful paintings that show the virtues of Christianity which is a travellers’ delight during Brazil holidays.

Ilha Fiscal: This late nineteenth century neo-gothic palace was elegantly designed by Adolfo del Vecchio and was finished in 1889. Since it was primarily used to watch the naval operations it now belongs to the Brazilian Navy. It is worth a visit during your Brazil holidays.

Jardim Botanico: This is the park that comes first in our mind if there is any comparison with other Rio’s natural parks. It was primarily used to cultivate spices but now it has become a favourite location. It spans 338 acres of lush greenery with a delightful mix of sculptures, fountains, ponds, gardens and “imperial palm boulevards”. Travellers on their Brazil holidays should not miss this natural show every season.

Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas: An unforgettable landmark from atop of Corcovado and enjoy an interesting view when you go out of the tunnel. The lake is a great relief for native Cariocas in the evening times. Travellers on their Brazil holidays should take advantage of its wonderful water-side walk and five mile bike road. At night some of the kiosks present live music and great food.

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