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Santa Teresa Tram is Open

A typical Rio de Janeiro district, Santa Teresa was born around a convent in the 18th century and now populates a hillside in the...

It’s Summer Peak Season in Brazil!

There are beaches in Brazil among the most beautiful on the planet. Some landscapes are celestial, with blue water and white sand. From the...

Tourism

Health Guide to Brazil

The Brazilian government just launched the “Traveler’s Health” guide, a website with useful health information created to assist tourists before and during their trips...

Visiting the World of Soccer

São Paulo lives with intensity a national passion: soccer. This love is clearly present in the Soccer Museum, one of the must see attractions...

Tourists Wish to go Back

Around 6.3 million foreign tourists visited Brazil in 2015 and 95.5% stated they wish to go back to the country, according to a survey...

Tourist in Brazil Inflows After Visa Waiver

The visa waiver for tourists from the United States, Canada, Japan and Australia enacted for the period of the Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games...

Arts & Culture

Sandy Cressman and her New CD “Entre Amigos”

As founder and leader of the group Homenagem Brasileira, San Francisco-based vocalist/educator Sandy Cressman has had many opportunities over the last 20-plus years to...

The Story of the Greatest Brazilian Singer

More than 34 years after her death from an accidental overdose, Brazilians still can’t get enough of Elis Regina, considered by many the country’s...

Music Review: Fio da Memoria by Luisa Maita

Six years is a long time to wait between albums for a new artist, but São Paulo-born Luisa Maita seemed to have made the...
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