Brazil is the largest country in South America and is one of the largest and diverse countries in the world which continuously and positively radiates beauty. With the world's largest rain forest; the Amazon, heavenly tropical beaches such as the Copacabana, mesmerising vibrant cities and it's 4-day long
4-day long carnival which is the king of all carnivals, Brazil has something to offer everyone. The official language in Brazil is Portuguese and like across the region its inhabitants make this another place to visit. The two major cities of Brazil and most renowned are Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Sao Paulo also known as Brazil's vibrant financial centre is amongst the worlds most populous cities. Sao Paulo is a city with a thriving and vibrant atmosphere both day and night, boasting fine architecture and art museums to explore within. Rio de Janeiro, is the city of
of beautiful settings as well as the home to the worlds most popular festival - carnival. Other landmarks within this city are Sugar Loaf Mountain, the statue of Christ the Redeemer in the Corcovado Mountain peak and it's sandy beaches one of which we mentioned the copacabana and the Ipanema beach. Although these may be two of Brazil's most popular destinations the nation has so much more to explore and with over 4,000 airports you are an internal flight away from witnessing something remarkable each place you visit. Explore its beautiful coastline which stretches more than 7000 kilometres finding breathtaking settings from hidden natural wonders to turtle preservations at Praia do Forte. Or why not visit one of the 21 UNESCO world registered heritage sites such as the Iguacu National park home to the worlds larget and most impressive waterfall stretching more than 1.7 miles and with a total of 275 drops.
Life in Brazil
Brazil's importance on the global stage is forever increasing and in conjunction with this so is the number of expats in the country. Brazil has experienced economic and political growth making it an important global player and with their relaxed lifestyle, their tropical climates has seen it become a country popular for many tourists as well as a destination cccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc
of relocation for many professionals. You will be sure to emerge yourself in a multi-cultural environment within the major cities of this spectacular nation with large numbers of foreign nationals living and settled in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia and Macaé. The friendly attitude of the Brazilian people will be sure to make your experience even more memorable, the largest country in South America and the only portuese speaking nation in the region is truly legendary. There are endless choices of activities to do whilst in Brazil, so much to explore and to witness, that you will be sure to return for more to see more as you won't do it all in one go.