Go north of Rio to explore the people, cultures and food of Bahia state and its capital, Salvador.
The best ways to explore Salvador, the birthplace of Brazil.
Watch Andrew Zimmern cook Brazilian Moqueca. Then prepare the dish in your own kitchen.
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!
Before the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics, find out how to score the best apartment in Rio. Get expert advice on how to pick the perfect place to stay.
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See our favorite photos from Rio.
Check out dancer Jaycee Gossett's travel guide for Brazil.
Visit one of Brazil's 12 World Cup cities.
Experience the impressive beaches of Brazil's São Paulo state.
Few people can claim they've witnessed the unspoiled and breathtaking beaches of Fernando de Noronha.
The capital of Brazil’s southern state, Rio Grande do Sul, is decidedly, and proudly more European, holding fast to the traditions of Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and German descendants.
Grab your pack, and discover South America.
Feed your inner adrenaline junkie in the highlands or get a taste of the finer things in Gramado. There’s a little something surprising for everyone in Rio Grande do Sul.
Known for its beautiful beaches, Pernambuco is exotic and remote, providing the ultimate escape from reality.