Winter in Brazil brings with it many things to do. In fact, when it comes to being outdoors, the winter months offer some excellent opportunities. Winter runs June–September in Brazil with temperatures in the upper 70s. The top five things to do in Brazil during winter stretch across the country. There is clearly no end to the options possible, but here are five options for a winter trip to South America’s largest country.
The Amazon rainforest is more temperate during the winter months and cruises are regularly available.
Sugarloaf Mountain and “Christ the Redeemer” will take the better part of a day, accessible by tram. This tram started in 1912 and was the first in Brazil.
Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is open year-round and exploring this city in the winter can be more pleasant in milder temperatures.
Visit Olinda in northeastern Brazil, one of the best preserved colonial cities and home to the famous St. Benedict Monastary.
For something a little more unusual, visit the world’s largest cashew tree in Natal, Brazil. As famous as the California Redwoods, the setting for this tree is more beautiful than one can imagine.
When it comes to local, authentic tapas bars in the capital of Catalonia, they can be considered a dime a dozen. There are loads of options to choose from, so many so the average visitor to Barcelona can be completely confused as to where to even begin a search for pan con tomate. But one unsuspecting gem in the trendy neighborhood of El Born features a no-fuss, no-nonsense approach to traditional Spanish tapas, adding an extra touch of authenticity with the homemade cava.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.
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Hotels, airlines and travel companies are constantly looking for the best way to offer guests unique and memorable experiences. One of the latest ways hotels have expanded guests’ cultural exposure is through specialty concierges, or on-hand experts who can arrange bespoke travel experiences for individuals or groups.