Brazil
The perfect 2 days itinerary

Brazil, the largest country in South America, is known for its vast rainforests, including the Amazon, the world's largest jungle, home to a diverse array of wildlife and indigenous tribes. Its cities are equally vibrant, offering a mix of colonial architecture, bustling markets, and lively music scenes. From the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro to the stunning Iguazu Falls on the border with Argentina, Brazil offers a rich tapestry of cultural and natural wonders. This itinerary focuses on exploring some of the key highlights of Brazil over two days, providing a taste of its diverse landscapes and vibrant culture.

What to do in Brazil?

This 2 days itinerary is the perfect guide to the best things to see in Brazil. It includes day-by-day activities, travel tips, and the top places to visit.

Day 1: Exploring Rio de Janeiro

Morning

Start your day early with a visit to the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Enjoy breathtaking views of Rio de Janeiro from the top of Corcovado Mountain. Next, head to the nearby Sugarloaf Mountain for a cable car ride, offering another perspective of Rio's stunning landscape.

Afternoon

Explore the historic Santa Teresa neighborhood, known for its colonial architecture and vibrant art scene. Visit the Selarón Steps, a set of world-famous mosaic stairs created by artist Jorge Selarón. Enjoy a leisurely lunch at a local restaurant, sampling traditional Brazilian cuisine.

Evening

Experience Rio's famous Copacabana Beach. Relax on the sand, swim in the Atlantic, or enjoy a caipirinha at one of the beachside kiosks.


Day 2: The Majesty of Iguazu Falls

Morning

Fly to Foz do Iguaçu and spend the morning exploring the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls, one of the largest and most spectacular waterfall systems in the world. Take a boat tour to get up close to the falls, or walk along the trails for panoramic views.

Afternoon

Cross over to the Argentine side of the falls for a different perspective. The Argentine side offers more extensive trails and the opportunity to visit the Devil's Throat, the largest of the falls' many cascades.

Evening

Return to the Brazilian side and relax at a hotel with views of the falls, or explore the town of Foz do Iguaçu. Enjoy a dinner featuring local ingredients and flavors.


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