Gramado's Rua Torta is famous for its winding design, creating a playful and unique photo spot in this Brazilian-European city.
One of the most spectacular segments of Iguazu Falls is the Devil's Throat. It is where multiple waterfalls merge, creating an incredible display of nature's power and beauty.
Get essential Brazil travel advice for first-timers, exploring safety, transport, language tips, and must-visit spots to make your trip unforgettable.
Discover the best cafes to hang out in and enjoy local cuisine in the fun city Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Plant goodness in your heart and get to know more about one of the Seven Wonders of the World and one of the tallest statue of Christ across the world.
A plane crash in Colombia brought tragedy to many people all over the world. The passengers of this plane crash included the Brazilian Soccer Team, Chapecoense.
Want to go an extra mile? Visit some of the most sought-after film locations around the globe. Reminisce and feel every scenes come alive in your very eyes.
Street Art 2.0, an initiaitve started by Philippe Echaroux aims to showcase how much impact deforestation has on the Surui tribe living in the Amazon and collectively calls for action.
Good news for those who wants to see and experience the festive welcoming of Brazil. Just this year, the government announces that they are considering waiving the visas of tourists from Australia, Japan, Canada and the United States. It was designed to improve the tourism of the country.
It’s a fascinating place that offers tourists not just picturesque sceneries but a good educational tour as well.
Russian photographers and daredevils Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov are back with a video of their climb from the Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janerio earlier this 2015. The video is their documentation from their climb atop the iconic monument.
Brazil announces to exempt from visa selected countries in time for the 2016 Olympics and Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro. The law already passed by Congress and signed by Rousseff states that the Ministries of Tourism and Foreign Relations will determine the exemption of entrance visas to tourists coming to see the 2016 Olympics and Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro.
The Associated Press has reported that they have obtained a video showing a uniformed Brazilian police officer firing live rounds into a crowd. The Brazilian government has stated that, should the video hold merit, the officer in question will be investigated and, if found guilty, chastised.
Sao Paulo is bigger and the capital moved to Brasília 54 years ago, but Rio de Janeiro, with its white beaches, blue ocean and jungle-covered mountains, is still the place that comes to mind when people think of Brazil.
Over 2,500 protestors take the streets of Sao Paulo, Brazil to in an anti-World Cup rally.