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  • Mercado Municipal, Sao Paulo

  • Mil Frutas, Jardim Botânico

    Although not quite a thousand, there are more than a hundred flavors of natural ice creams and sorbets at this shop near the Jardim Botânico. Mil F... More
  • Museu Afrobrasil

  • Museu Afro-Brasileiro

    The museum hold an extensive collection of crafts that trace the African tradition in Brazil. The structure of the museum was once Brazil’s first S... More
  • Niterói Contemporary Art Museum

    Oscar Niemeyer's architectural masterpiece was completed late in his life—1996—but has the same fantastic improbability and masterful precision of ... More
  • O Cravinho

    The famous bar serves up a vast selection of cachaças and other local, traditional drinks. More
  • Osklen, Rio de Janeiro

    Designer Oskar Metsavaht's clothes, wave-riding gear, and microscopic bikinis are a sleek, no-frills marriage of Miu Miu and Quicksilver—and come a... More
  • Osklen, São Paolo

  • Pão de Queijo Haddock Lobo

    Fresh batches of pão de queijo - irresistibly chewy, buttery bread made with cassava flour - are baked daily at the pocket-size bakery. More
  • Pelú

  • Pinacoteca do Estado

  • Priaia do Espelho

    Espelho is one of Bahia’s loveliest beaches, a vivid collage of blue water, creamy yellow sand, red cliffs, and lush green forest. Driftwood and co... More
  • Reinaldo Lourenço

  • Rio Scenarium

    Nightclub?Bar?Furniture warehouse?It defies description, but if you go to only one place, check out Rio Scenarium—two adjacent three-story building... More
  • Robert Betenson

    Years as agent: 8. Other specialty: Family reunions. Consulting fee: $50 a day, not above $500 total. bobby@matuete.com More
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