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Things to do in Brazil

  • Itiriki Bakery

    Here, Japanese karepan (curry buns) are sold alongside Brazilian palmito cakes and eggy breads laced with Portuguese sausage. More
  • Jardim Botânico

    Vast palm-lined avenues lead to groves of cocoa and rubber trees. Giant Amazonian water lilies—some more than three feet across—float in ponds. Est... More
  • Jerry Greenberg

    A travel industry veteran of 38 years, Jerry Greenburg of Cassis Travel Services makes leisure travel his particular focus. Recognized within the i... More
  • Kensington Tours

    A vast range of personalized itineraries, including working on archaeological digs in Israel and trekking to see gorillas in Rwanda, while staying ... More
  • La Vereda

    Above the city's fray in the boho-chic hilltop neighborhood of Santa Teresa sits a tiny shop specializing in native crafts. Loosely woven cotton ru... More
  • Laselva

    A typical airport bookstore with a limited selection of English paperbacks and a lot of people flipping through Caras, one of Brazil’s best-known g... More
  • Latin Excursions

    The tour provider has helped raise the travel profile of South America with high-end cruises on the Amazon and in the Galápagos, as well as bespoke... More
  • Love Club & Lounge

    Brazilian DJ's spin all night at this local hot spot. More
  • Mangue Alto Turismo

    Rent a car at the airport—it’s an hour to Trancoso—or hire a driver ($113) through Mangue Alto Turismo. Owner Henrique Costa speaks fluent English ... More
  • Marcenaria Trancoso

  • Maria Bonita Extra

    Skinny pants, diaphanous camis, and slinky tube dresses in eye-popping orange and fuchsia fill the racks at this younger, hipper sister to Brazilia... More
  • Martin Frankenberg

    Years as agent: 12. Other Specialties: Brazil, El Salvador, Amazon River cruises. Consulting fee: $350. More
  • Matuete

    This Sao Paulo-based boutique travel agency specializes in custom luxury itineraries from Bahia to the Amazon. Robert Betenson is an invaluable loc... More
  • Mercado Municipal Adolpho Lisboa

    With its soaring tin roof and stained-glass windows, the century-old Manaus fish market is nothing if not a temple dedicated to Amazonian biodivers... More
  • Mercado Municipal Paulistano

    Tangy olives, linguica sausages, and salt cod (legacies of Portuguese rule) sit cheek by jowl with native tropical fruit and Amazonian chiles at th... More
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