Brazil: FIFA World Cup Cities Tour 2014
Explore the cities that will be hot destinations for the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil, including Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Salvador, Recife, Natal and Porto Alegre.Filed under:
1. Sao Paulo
Brazil’s economic and financial center, Sao Paulo is the richest and most populous city in the country, with more the 11 million residents. There are more than 70 nationalities living in the city, and it’s known as the gastronomic capital of Brazil, with over 12,500 restaurants serving a variety of tasty cuisines.
Please forgive us, this gallery is really popular.
We sent a note to our support staff about the glitch you just experienced. Please click the button below to reload your content.
You May Also Like
Brazil will host the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Kick start your plans and see where some of the biggest soccer games are played, including Arena De São Paolo and Estadio do Maracana.
Test your knowledge about hot Brazilian beaches, attractions, food, music, traditions and popular destinations, including Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Take our Brazil Trivia Quiz!
Be prepared to be wowed! See our recommendations for not-to-be-missed attractions when visiting Rio de Janeiro, including Ipanema Beach, Pedra Bonita, Sugarloaf Mountain and Maracana Stadium.
Are you ready to be awed? Check out our picks for the new 7 wonders of ...
Miami, Nice, Provincetown, Rio de Janeiro and Fire Island are just a ...
Dive into our picks for some of the hottest beaches around the globe, ...
More than 100 million people voted to choose the New Seven Wonders of ...
Find out what cities made our list for the world's best destinations ...
More Travel Inspirations
Enter daily for a chance to win a grand prize worth over $1.5M, located in Atlanta.
Get the essential Food Network email featuring time saving tips, recipes and how-to videos.
Win over the kids with these easy, time-saving dinners the family will love.