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Brazil Ends Visas For US Travelers

Brazil ends Visas for US travelers and that will make your visit to the Land of Samba and Sun easier and...

Rio’s Most Romantic Beaches? These Three Are Underrated.

Rio's most romantic beaches? Could you think of a better place to be on Valentine's Day?  You'll need three things: Your passport, your special...

Watch Rio’s Iconic Christmas Tree Light Up The Night

Christmastime is here, and in the city of Bossa Nova's birth, that means the lighting of Rio's iconic Christmas tree. by Scott Adams   The family-friendly event...

Brazilians Speak Portuguese, Not Spanish. Here’s Why.

Planning some Brazilian Day festivities? A little Portuguese might add to the ambiance. Yes, Brazilians speak Portuguese and not Spanish. As the only country...

You Can Do This: Shadowing The Spirit Of Jobim

The spirit of Jobim is more than a breezy Bossa Nova song. Walking in his footsteps is easy, and another good reason to fly...

True Story: Traveling on Brazilian Time

Antonio Carlos Jobim once famously remarked, “Brazil is not for beginners.” Have time for a story? It's about traveling on Brazilian Time. If you’ve never...

You Can Do This: Exploring Rio’s Santa Teresa

Crossing over from the patina of centuries-old Santa Teresa to the music and nightlife district of nearby Lapa has become a popular pastime for...

5 Not-To-Be-Missed Summer-Stretching Concerts

Now that Winter has officially begun in Brazil, you’d be right in thinking that you would need a pretty good reason to fly south...

You Can Do This: Blue Note Jazz Club Opens In Rio de Janeiro

If you’re looking for reasons to visit Rio de Janerio, here’s another one you can add to your list, and it’s so good we’re...

Explore Michael Palin’s Brazil Documentary

Brazil is big. Bigger that the European continent, bigger than the United Sates. Its history and people are equally impressive and Michael Palin’s documentary...