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Brazil is the largest country in South America, as well as the fifth largest in the world by land mass. Most of the northern region of Brazil is inhabited by the famous Amazon Rain Forest, which is also home to many native tribes. What would eventually become Brazil as we know it today began with the arrival of Portuguese explorers, and quickly became a large producer and trader of exotic commodities such as sugarcane. Travel to almost any city throughout Brazil and you will find a place full of history and culture, whether they be religious structures, old Palaces, or a number of museums and galleries. Finding your ideal hotel in Brazil can be a difficult task, especially when there are thousands of hotels to choose from. With Hotels.com, you can find the hotel suited to your budget and expectations with the help of thousands of user submitted reviews and photo galleries.

What's Brazil Like?

Brazil has many thriving metropolitan cities, each of which offers its own flavour and attractions. One of the most iconic attractions is of course the 38 metre high Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) statue in Rio de Janeiro which overlooks the city. Sightseers and hikers alike will be delighted with natural landmarks such as Morro Da Urca and Pedra da Gavea, which are great for long walks with panoramic views of the city. Sao Paulo is a modern metropolitan destination, full of shopping streets and bustling nightclubs. Malls and shopping streets such as the top floor of Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (Bank of Brazil Cultural Center), Shopping JK Iguatemi, and Shopping Patio Higienopolis offer everything from big name brands to local speciality stores.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Brazil

The climate in Brazil can sometimes be difficult to predict, and greatly depends on where in Brazil you travel to. The Summer months span from December to March, and temperatures can vary from between 25°C in the north to 28°C in the south. Many of the larger cities in Brazil are popular with tourists, and as a result can attract plenty of pick pockets, so ensure that you properly secure your bags and pockets, and if possible, keep your bags fixed to your front. Although the official language is Portuguese, many Brazilians speak English, however getting around the cities as well as communicating with the locals will go much smoother if you carry around a Portuguese pocket phrase book. Be sure to check the Hotels.com website before you travel, and you can enjoy a virtual tour of the area around your hotel.

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