Welcome to the guide to Brazil that will help you quickly and easily discover where you need to travel to in Brazil (and how); and what you need to see and do while you are in the country. No fuss, no puff, just what you actually need to know to plan a visit to Brazil, be it on business or leisure. The pleasure – in Brazil – is a given.
For Brazil the times really are a-changin’. Today Brazil is one of the world’s largest and most politically stable democracies. It lends money to the IMF, and despite the recent global economic troubles, its economy is doing relatively well on both the domestic and international front. Recent large oil and gas finds, along with its well-developed biofuels programme, make Brazil a serious player in the energy market, whatever measurement you choose to go by.
For a more complete guide to the city and state of Rio de Janeiro, visit our sister site Rio: The Guide
In the past decade Brazil has stepped out from the shadows to take its place at the top table, and not only as the regional leader in South America, both economically and politically, but also as a global leader. When Brazil speaks, people and governments around the world are sitting up and taking note.
And the future looks even more promising. Brazil, a country synonymous with the brilliance of its football team hosted the FIFA World Cup between 12 June and 13 July 2014, a tournament considered to be the best cup ever, and will now host the Olympic (5-21 August) and Paralympic games (7-18 September) in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. São Paulo will also host the second last race of the 2015 Formula One seasons on 15 November.
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On 1 July 2012, the city of Rio de Janeriro was elected by UNESCO to be a World Heritage Centre due to its iconic landscape and setting. It is the 19th Brazilian World Heritage Centre. 2015 is also the 450th anniversary of the founding of the city. For a full list click here.
So if ever there was a time to come and discover what Brazil has to offer, either for business or leisure, it is now. So let’s get down to the basics and to business, and introduce you to Brazil and the Brazilians.
For our guide and the story of the 2014 FIFA World Cup CLICK HERE
For a more complete guide to the city of Rio de Janeiro, visit our sister site Rio: The Guide
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