Brazil Travel - Monograms® Travel

Brazil

Brazil Travel - Monograms® Travel

Brazil

Brazil Travel - Monograms® Travel

Brazil

Brazil Travel - Monograms® Travel

Brazil

Brazil Travel - Monograms® Travel

Brazil

Brazil Travel - Monograms® Travel

Brazil

Brazil Travel - Monograms® Travel

Brazil

Brazil Travel - Monograms® Travel

Brazil

Packages with Brasilia

Brasilia

In order to locate the capital away from the coast to Brazil's interior, Brasilia was created in 1956. The goal was to help populate the interior of the country. Brasilia was built in four years and inaugurated in 1960. The land where the city sits was once uninhabited desert but now is a testament to a planned city. Its modern architecture attracts architecture aficionados from all over the world; the city buildings are particular highlights. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to its architecture and works of art, the capital offers sports and cultural events.

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Packages with Iguassu Falls

Iguassu Falls

One of South America's true masterpieces of nature is thundering Iguassu Falls, one of the largest falls in the world. Shared by Brazil and Argentina, Iguassu spans almost two miles with 275 separate falls plummeting an average of 300 feet to the river below. Every second, 450,000 gallons of water rush downward, creating clouds of misty spray against a backdrop of lush, green tropical vegetation. Best seen from the Brazilian side is the legendary U-shaped Devil's Throat, considered the most impressive of all the falls and which marks the border between Argentina and Brazil.

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Packages with Manaus

Manaus

Perched on the banks of the Rio Negro and gateway to Brazil's Amazon rainforest, Manaus stands as a testament to the glory days of the rubber boom, when wealthy developers dreamed of transforming the city into the "Paris of the Tropics." Evidence of this opulent era can still be seen and experienced in the city's fabulous mansions and monuments. Must-see highlights include São Sebastião Square; Palácio Rio Negro, the former seat of the state government; and the famous Opera House, built from materials imported from Europe. Sampling the rich local cuisine is also a must, such as tapioquinha, a buttered pancake filled with tucumã fruit and farmer's cheese, tacacá soup, sugar cane juice, and exotic fruits like the cupuaçú and açaí.

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Packages with Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

One of the most colorful cities in the world, Rio de Janeiro is an exciting city of festivals, food, art, culture, beaches, and stunning scenery. Once a Portuguese colony, Rio was the capital of Brazil for nearly two centuries. Today, it is home to Tijuca National Park, the largest urban forest in the world; two of the world's most famous beaches, Ipanema and Copacabana; and a thrilling blend of Samba, museums, galleries, shopping, churrascaria feasts, and panoramic views from atop Sugar Loaf Mountain. In addition to countless attractions-like the world-famous Christ the Redeemer statue, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World-Rio is known for its much-anticipated annual Carnival, a colorful extravaganza of music, dance, and sheer exhilaration.

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Packages with Salvador

Salvador

Situated on a peninsula overlooking Todos los Santos Bay, Salvador is the capital of the Brazilian state of Bahia and the celebrated "Soul of Brazil." The first colonial capital of Brazil, the city is one of the oldest in the country, and boasts some of the finest colonial architecture in all the Americas. Its historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that features buildings dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries, including the Jesuit Cathedral, baroque Church of St. Francis, Afro-Brazilian Museum, and the vibrant Mercado Modelo. One particularly fascinating feature is the escarpment that divides Salvador into the Upper Town and the Lower Town-an elevator has connected the two sections since 1873.

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*The "STARTING AT" price is based on the lowest price available to book. Price is per passenger based on double occupancy and does not include airfare. Pricing may vary on this date due to hotel availability. Some packages require intra-vacation flights (and in some cases intra-vacation segments must be purchased from Monograms).

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