Brazil is home to the world’s greatest football players of all time. Millions of people from around the world visit the capital city for their beaches, medical tourism and scenic historic spots. The old panoramic building and sites in this city are great reminders of the affluent past of Rio de Janeiro.
Rio Janeiro is one of the most populated cities in the world. Its beauty made it a strong contender for the 2016 Olympics and in 2014, it will host one of the most anticipated event in all of sports – The FIFA World Cup. When in here, you must never miss out embarking on adventures at the Amazon Rainforest, Christ The Redeemer, Sugarloaf cable car, Copacabana Beach, Rio-Niteroi Bridge, Maracana Stadium and the picturesque dunes. What will also make you fall in love with the place is the warm reception of locals.
Cultural immersion is one of the most memorable things you can do while you are in this magnificent city of Brazil. Wear those cheap costume jewelry you bought from a seaside souvenir shop and mix it with a summer dress and a fab hat—off you go the parade. The authentic Latin American taste will also draw you to Brazil. Food here is diverse but is extremely rich in flavor. From street vendors to fine dining restaurants, you can easily hop into some gastronomic adventures of a lifetime.