Most people would love to escape the cold winter and enjoy a little sunshine abroad. Dreaming of white beaches, waving palm trees, having dinner outdoor and enjoy a cocktail while you watch the sun set after a long relaxing or working day. Why not just go for it? From New Year’s Eve to Carnival, Brazil is one of the best places to go in winter time. For leisure and MICE reasons.
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Relaxing in Rio

Let’s start the sunny winter journey in Rio, where it is impossible not to jump into the Cariocas (local residents) lifestyle and laid-back mindset. Enjoy the enchanting sound of samba, and relax at the famous beaches, from Copacabana to Ipanema. From Corcovado and Pão de Açucar you can overlook the city. Go surfing at Prainha, hiking “Morro dos Dois Irmãos”, sailing across the Guanabara bay, or simply enjoy the Lapa nightlife and relax at the beach.

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Soul food in Salvador

You can feel Salvador’s energy throughout the whole city. Take for example the capoeira circles, or the olodum shows on the streets. While walking the streets of Salvador the delicious smell of ‘acarajé’ and other mouthwatering delights fill the air. Salvador’s culture and African heritage make the city a cultural and charming place to visit.
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There are many reasons why you should visit Rio or Salvador. We will share a couple with you:
  • Rio has one of the Seven Wonders of the World – The Christ Redeemer”
  • Rio is the “Capital” of the Samba and Bossa Nova
  • Rio hosts the greatest and most exciting parties in the world – New Year’s Eve and Carnival
  • Salvador has a delicious gastronomy with good restaurants
  • In Salvador you will find distinctive venues suitable for various events, meetings and congresses
  • Salvador has a spectacular wildlife along the coast

For more information about Brazil as a winter and / or New Year’s destination, please contact our partner and Brazil specialist Abreu.

Happy holidays!

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[photo credits: dmcbrazil.abreutur.com]