The Rough Guide to Brazil

» Oliver Marshall

Rough Guides
ePub eBook : 01 Oct 2009


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Synopsis

The Rough Guide to Brazil is the essential guide to one of South America's most tantalising destinations. Detailed accounts of the best attractions Brazil has to offer, along with the clearest maps and plans, showcase this amazingly diverse country to aid both your trip planning and on-the-ground experience. With expert advice and background, it also details the famous Rio carnival, the world's biggest rainforest - the Amazon and the most fantastic wildlife and beaches, whilst the guide itself is full of informative text on the practical and cultural nuances of visiting Brazil, from wildlife safaris in the Pantanal to the concrete architecture of Brasilia. Read about Brazil's football successes and find out more about the Capoeira music and culture that is expanding rapidly in popularity across Europe. At every point, the Rough Guide steers you in the right direction to find the best hotels in Brazil, recommended Brazil restaurants, cafes and shops across every price range, giving you clear, balanced reviews and honest, first-hand opinions.

Make the most of your holiday with The Rough Guide to Brazil.

Product details

Format : ePub eBook
ISBN: 9781405380195
Size : 129 x 198mm
Pages : 768
Published : 01 Oct 2009
Publisher : Rough Guides

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The Rough Guide to Brazil

» Oliver Marshall

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