Brazil is often described as “paradise” by those who have visited, especially if they're football (soccer) fans. As the largest country in South America, Brazil takes the lion's share of the country and offers dozens, if not hundreds of must-see attractions.
The Green Coast
Located in Rio de Janeiro, the Green Coast is home to a tropical paradise of sprawling hills and mountains, sea breezes, waterfalls, and lush forests. If you go to this stunning region, be sure to visit Parati, a historic city with cobbled streets.
Pernambuco is a state of Brazil, which is home to the capital city of Recife. Known as the “Venice of Brazil,” this coastal metropolis can offer visitors exciting nightlife experiences, hundreds of locally owned restaurants, and five star hotels.
Whether you're in Brazil or Argentina, visiting the Iguazu River is worthwhile thanks to the borderline magical waterfalls located on the border between each country. You'll definitely want to bring a camera for this one.