With the World Cup drawing near, almost everyone is holding their breath till they land in Brazil and begin their ultimate vacation while at the same time hoping that it would not end any time soon. Brazil is the ideal place for you to turn to when things simply aren’t going your way; this is because it offers a fabulous variety of attractions that would leave you wanting for more.
However, at this point the World Cup 2014 seems to be the biggest attraction of all. It should also be noted that a part from the World Cup, Brazil has secrets that are waiting to be explored by you. So be the first of your friends to uncover the reality and revel in the mystical and magical attractions of Brazil.
With Brazil hosting the thrilling World Cup 2014, thousands of people from all over the world are eager to book their flights and live the games and make this trip one that they would remember for the rest of their lives. What was even more interesting were the Brazil Flights.
This is your ultimate opportunity to kill two birds with one stone as you will not only be able to watch the World Cup 2014 but also discover this stunning destination your own way. However according to my experience here are the places and attractions of Brazil that you do not want to miss out on.
The World Cup will be hosted in twelve cities across Brazil which gives you the perfect opportunity to explore its stunning beaches to its core. The pristine beaches and the glamorous landscapes which are unparalleled to any other place are exclusive to Brazil and Brazil alone. The Barra Beach is one of the most loved beach amongst locals as well as tourists hence it is advised that you put this beach on your list.
The Leblon Beach which is situated in Rio gives you more insight about the diverse culture and ethnicity of Brazil. The hypnotic recipe of sea, sun and the sky united with erotic bikinis and those swim suits makes Rio a flawless and ideal spot for break for you and your loved one.
Statue of Christ the Redeemer:
A place which is filled with attractions, both natural and historic, Brazil is a place to visit for its beauty. If you are in the mood to explore the history and understand its culture then the Statue of Christ the Redeemer should be one of the first on your list. This 98 feet tall statue is known to be the second largest Art Deco structure and is simply worth your time!
The landmarks and landscapes that are home to Brazil are simply mesmerizing. Out of all the attractions, the Sugarloaf Mountain makes it to the list. Hop onto the cable car and witness some of the most breathtaking views and panoramic views of this indescribable scene. The landmark is worth a visit.