Where else should we visit the brazil after world cup?

The only purpose why many people travel to Brazil during this period is to watch a once-per-four-year event directly; that’s FIFA World Cup. Now, there are many people staying there for World Cup, and they may want to continue their holiday in Brazil after the end of the tournaments. Being as a large country in South America continent, Brazil covers a majority of places which you may be difficult to decide or you may not even know. So where should you visit? Let me introduce some interesting places you can go to visit after the end of World Cup.

1.Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

is a capital city in the State of Rio de Janeiro located in the Southeast region of Brazil. Rio de Janeiro is well-known for its natural settings, carnival celebration, especially famous beaches such as Barra da Tijuca, Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon. Rio de Janeiro consists of giant statue of Christ the Redeemer (Cristo Redentor) atop Corcovado Mountain. You can also visit Sugar Loaf Mountain and enjoy with its cable car.

2.Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls

is a spectacular waterfall located on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Iguazu Falls is a natural waterfall surrounded by subtropical rainforest—home of around 2000 species of plants and 400 species of birds. With its impressive landscape, you’ll feel like you’re on the paradise.

3.Salvador

Salvador

Salvador

has a historic center called Pelourinho which is renowned for its Portuguese colonial architecture with historical monuments. Salvador allows you to visit beautiful Porto da Barra Beach, large island of Itaparica in the Bay of All Saints, BA-099 highway and many other places where make your holiday become an unforgettable memory ever.

4.Manaus

Manaus

Manaus

is the capital of Amazonas state in the northwestern Brazil. Manaus contains a nice architectural Amazonas theater, San Sebastian cathedral, an Eco park, zoological, botanical gardens and museums. Especially, Manaus is where Solimoes and Negro rivers meet and join together to form the Amazon River which is one of the longest rivers in the world.

5.Olinda

Olinda

Olinda

is an artistic and cultural city located in Pernambuco State. Olinda has attracted many tourists because of its historic downtown area, colonial churches, colorful houses, museums and artisan studios. Olinda also comprises of carnival celebration which admission is free. This place would suit you best if you want to visit cultural place.

6.Recife

Recife

Recife

is the capital of Pernamburo State on the northwestern coast. Recife consists of numerous waterways and bridges which provide a fantastic view ever. Recife, nicknamed as “Venice of Brazil”, features Crystal Tower, Capibaribe River, Boa Viagem Beach and the Beach of Porto de Galinhas awarded the title of best beach in Brazil. Your holiday will be the best one ever in Recife.

In conclusion, Brazil is the largest country in South America region where comprises of numerous wonderful places. Since most places mentioned above will be some of the host cities of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, you can visit those places to see its amazing scenery after World Cup ends.

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