With the Soccer world cup FIFA hardly one day away football lovers from various parts of the world have started to land in Brazil to catch a glimpse of their favorite players and team competing for the prestigious trophy. So, whether you are in Brazil once again or flying out for the grand play for the first time, you must need some great options to make proper use of the time before and after catching up a match.
With the FIFA world cup 2014 in Brazil, the country has already geared up to entice its visitors with its happening culture, lifestyle, and picturesque city views. Let’s check-out some great places in the host country, where you can chill-out :
Rio de Janeiro also renowned as cidade maravilhosa (marvelous city) is an exhilarating place to check-out. The city flanked by white sandy beaches, beautiful mountains, rainforests in front of the deep blue sea, makes every heart skip a beat. Dotted with intriguing World Heritage sites and spectacular setting, Rio de Janeiro is a total retreat with the famous Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, the scenic Pão de Açúcar and Corcovado, the mighty Cristo Redentor, the enchanting sounds of samba, and a care free lifestyle of the cariocas, it is truly a far cry from everyday.
Salvador is one 12 host cities for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Salvador is the capital of Northeastern Brazilian state of Bahia and a city with matchless beauty and energy. Apart from its timeless charm, Salvador is adorned with gorgeous coastline that lies right out of the city. Here you can catch a glimpse of the 17th century architecture, and the gold ladened churches. Salvador is the Afro-Brazilian jewel of Brazil, where you can experience the heritage of the Africans from music, religion, food to martial arts and traditions. And, if you wish to earn that perfect tan, then you can chill out at the Porto da Barra Beach, or Rio Vermelho, the nearest beach neighborhood.
Porto Alegre is a famous port city in Brazil that is one of the place playing hosts to FIFA cup 2014. The city preserves its neoclassical architecture in the very old way and hosts vibrant arts & music scenes. Here you can enjoy it to the fullest with great sightseeing attractions like Estádio Beira-Rio stadium, Porto Alegre Public Market, Estádio Olímpico Monumental, Museum of Science and Technology, Rio Grande do Sul Museum of Art, Porto Alegre Botanical Garden, Porto Alegre Brazil Temple, and Júlio de Castilhos Museum.
Originally founded by the Dutch colonizers, Recife beams with a very rare charm and a vibrant culture that will surely offer the most happening options to enjoy your day and night out in Brazil. The vibrant city with a great culture, impressive coastal backdrop, and happening lifestyle makes Recife a great place you must check-out while on the go.
So, whether you have been to some of these places with your week before plan to explore Brazil or haven’t, get ready to explore the best of Brazil during this season. Travel to some of these great places till we bring you something more from Brazilian cup.