Salvador is the capital of the state of Bahia in Brazil and is considered to be one of the birthplaces of Brazilian culture. Salvador has the reputation of being a relaxed and easy-going reputation with a vibrant music scene and a love of carnival celebrations. Salvador is a wonderfully colourful city both in its culture but also in its architecture too.
Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil and an iconic city that is famous for its beaches, music, outstanding scenery and its annual carnival which lasts for 2 weeks with one of the most flamboyant parades you’re ever likely to see. The harbour of Rio de Janeiro offers a fantastic sight against the backdrop of the city’s spectacular geographic features that include Sugar Loaf Mountain, Tijuca hills and Corcovado peak. Many consider the harbour and surrounding mountains to be one of the new Seven Wonders of the World.
Foz de Iguazú
Foz de Iguazu is the 4th largest city in the Brazilian state of Paraná and is one of the Brazil’s most visited tourist destinations. Visitors come to the city from all over the world and over the last century the city has grown in stature from a small village to over a third of a million inhabitants. Foz de Iguazu has some outstanding natural attractions that would impress even the most experienced travellers.