Only In Brazil

Few other countries capture the world’s imagination like Brazil, and with the 2016 Summer Olympic Games coming to Rio de Janeiro, it is unlikely that focus will shift. Of course, Brazilians are perfectly comfortable with that kind of attention. They have, after all, been receiving it for centuries. With legendary beaches from Copacabana to Natal, and the equally legendary biodiversity of the Amazon River and rainforest, Brazil offers a massive experience that is as lush, fluid and seductive as the samba itself.

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  • The Charms of Olinda

    Every major city has suburbs, but not many of them are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. But three miles north of the bustling city of Recife, on Brazil's northeast coast, the small town of Olinda is exactly that. What makes Olinda so special is much more than its historic significance, it's also the small town's unique charm. But first, the history. (more…)
  • The Charms of Olinda

    Every major city has suburbs, but not many of them are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. But three…
  • Favorite place to get lost:
    Quito historical district

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