“Brazilian Switzerland” is the nickname of the small town of Monte Verde amidst picturesque nature and snow-capped mountain peaks. You can stay in one of the local guest houses or choose an apartment — there is a place to stay for every taste and budget (more than 350 options). The town is famous for its natural beauty with its mountains and waterfalls, but you can admire architectural and cultural sights in the vicinity.
Rio de Janeiro is the country’s most beautiful city, located on the shores of the Gulf of Guanabara. It sparkles with lights like a diamond surrounded by emerald forests that cover the mountain ranges. The carnivals that made Rio famous are indescribably beautiful events that last almost a week. The sounds of sambo pouring everywhere, bright colorful outfits, fun, and laughter — this cannot be conveyed in words, and one should see it oneself. Loads of guests come to the city every year to participate in this whirlwind of celebration. Rio de Janeiro is famous not only for its carnival — there is something to see and where to relax all year round. You can see a recognized wonder of the world — Christ the Redeemer — by climbing Mount Corcovado. You can admire the stunning views by visiting Sugarloaf Mountain. From there, you can witness the azure ocean waters, the snow-white sands of the islands in the emerald greenery of palm trees, and the statue of Christ. Numerous museums, palaces, cathedrals, parks, and beaches are also open to visitors.
Florianopolis is a city of well-equipped beaches with a developed infrastructure and a lot of entertainment facilities.