Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world, but this doesn’t prevent it from being one of the most exotic travel destinations on the planet. Each year, millions of people travel to Brazil to take part in its carnivals and enjoy the many tourist attractions that make this country the most popular in South America for tourists from all over the world. Famous around the world for its football, there is nothing Brazilians won’t do to for the love of this beautiful sport, a fact that will be made clear as soon as you step foot on Brazilian soil
Another interesting aspect about Brazilians, is how different its regions are from one another. Sometimes you will travel from one city to another and feel like you’ve crossed the border in a different country altogether. Although the country’s official language is Portuguese, Brazil’s rich and diverse culture gave birth to many different dialects over the years, which resulted in a very diverse population spread, with communities that keep to their own. This being said, Brazil is a very interesting travel destination if you know where you’re going and what to do when you get there.
Brasilia is the capital city of Brazil like the name suggests, and it has been since 1960. Bare in mind that Brasilia was built to act as the country’s capital, which makes its design even more interesting. From above Brasilia looks like a giant airplane, with each of its sections serving as different districts. In these districts, we find the city’s true life force – the people, spread out throughout the city. Brasilia’s unique planning created a system that is being followed to this day by its inhabitants, despite the rapid urbanization of its outskirts.