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Brazil is a country of great diversity, from the bustling urban mosaic of Sao Paulo to the infinite cultural energy of Pernambuco and Bahia, the untouched wilderness of the Amazon rainforest and world-class landmarks such as the Iguacu Falls (Iguassu Falls), there is plenty to see and to do in Brazil. Sao Paulo and Rio are the largest cities of the country and its economic and industrial hub; there are also some century-old colonial towns. Brasilia - the capital of Brazil - is an architectural spectacle. Noteworthy buildings include a basket-shaped Cathedral, the beautiful Arches Palace (seat of the Ministry of Justice) and others. Fortaleza is blessed with beautiful beaches. Home of the Iracema's Beach street market. Manaus is the best place to go to visit the Amazon Forest. Nicknamed "The Brazilian Venice", Recife is built on several islands linked by many bridges. Rich in history, art and folklore. Do not miss neighboring Olinda and Porto de Galinhas. Parque Nacional Chapada dos Veadeiros displays cerrado (tropical savanna) with wildlife and stunning waterfalls. Pantanal is the world's largest wetland and hosts lots of eco-tourism. Brazil has a reciprocal visa policy with all countries, meaning that whenever prices and restrictions are applied to Brazilian visiting a country, Brazil adopts the same measures for that country's visitors, which means that Americans have to pay at least US$131 for a tourist visa and US$191 for a business visa. The cheapest airfares are from February (after Carnaval) to May and from August to November. By far the largest international airport in Brazil is Sao Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport (IATA: GRU), the hub of TAM airlines, with connections to most of the capital cities in South America and major cities in the USA. The second largest airport in Brazil is Rio de Janeiro-Galeao International Airport, (IATA: GIG) the home of Gol Transportes Aereos, which flies to many regional destinations including Montevideo, Buenos Aires and Asuncion. Delta Air Lines flies to Atlanta, and New York, US Airways flies to Charlotte, and United Airlines also flies to Washington, D.C. In certain border towns, notably Foz do Iguacu/Ciudad del Este/Puerto Iguazu, you do not need entry/exit stamps or other formalities for a daytrip into the neighbouring country. Long-distance bus travel connects Brazil to its neighboring countries. Carnival is in February/March. It is movable - but generally 7 weeks before Easter. Monday and Tuesday are the actual holidays, but celebrations usually begin on Saturday and last until 12PM of Ash Wednesday, when shops and services re-open.) If you intend to visit various cities within Brazil, you should consider getting a Brazil Air Pass, offered by Brazilian airline Varig. (Pause for advertisement): Find airline tickets, travel deals, bed and breakfasts, Cheap flights. Obtain air fare prices, lodging, air tickets, and student travel. Check out flights, trip tickets, air line specials, low prices on air travel fares and more at AirGorilla.com (end of ad). It is available to anyone who lives outside Brazil holding an international air ticket to Brazil. You can travel to 4 different cities. The Air Pass is valid for 21 days, starting on the day of the first flight, and can be used for flights to up to 9 cities throughout Brazil. Other air passes are also available (Mercosul, South America, All America). TAM also offers air passes. Booking online airline tickets for domestic flights can be frustrating for non-Brazilian citizens. Often, you will be asked for your CPF national identity number while paying by credit card. There are the usual car rental companies at the airports. In Brazil cars are driven on the right hand side of the road. English is generally spoken at main hotels and those in contact with tourists, though in most bars and restaurants it may be difficult to find a menu in English. On the rooftop of Sao Paulo's posh Hotel Unique, Skye serves excellent fusion food under the supervision of chef Emmanuel Bassoleil. Some more accommodations for the traveller include the Hilton Sao Paulo Morumbi Hotel, Sao Paulo Airport Marriott Hotel, LimeTime Hostels, and Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel. Brazil is one of a few countries that uses both 120 and 240 volts for everyday appliances. Expect the voltage to change back and forth as you travel from one place to the next -- even within the same Brazilian state, sometimes even within the same building.