If you visit Petrópolis, it’s impossible not to visit the Catedral de São Pedro (St. Peter’s Cathedral). It is not only one of the major attractions in the area, but also a place with a tumultuous history.
Known as Iguazu Falls, Iguassu or Iguaçu Falls, the immense waterfall on the Iguazu River is the symbol of Brazil. The fabulous spectacle that water makes by creating a water curtain formed by exactly 275 individual waterfalls has awed locals and tourists for centuries.
The Afro – Brazilian Museum is perhaps one of the first contemporary museums worldwide, which aims to obliterate racial differences, while reserving a prominent place for African culture. It is located in the Ibirapuera Park in Sao Paulo.
One of the natural wonders of Brazil, the Enchanted Cave or Gruta das Encantadas in Portoguese, is located in the southern part of the island known as the Honey Island (Ilha do Mel). The cave walls have been formed by a type of rock called migmatite.