Travelling Brazil During World Cup 2014

Travelling BrazilOne of the most significant events of 2014 is surely the World Cup Football and it’s more special given that it would be hosted by Brazil- the homeland of most famous footballer of all times and soccer legend Pele. Are you too planning a trip to the South American country during the grand football fiesta? Well, then, here is a short guide highlighting on what not to miss out in your upcoming Brazil trip.

The most important Brazilian football stadiums are Rio de Janeiro stadium, Brasilia, Sau Paulo Stadium, Belo Horizonte, Cuiaba Stadium, Salvador Stadium.

The Rio de Janeiro stadium is located at Maracana. You should not miss out on Ipanema Beach here and you will simply love the favela tour. Moreover you will have the opportunity to enjoy a cable car ride here- choro music & dance are other attractions.

Brasilia Stadium is located at Estadio Nacional. Apart from the soccer antics that you would enjoy inside the stadium- a tour nearby will take you to lip-smacking steakhouses, Niemeyer’s edgy architecture as well as the chance to watch armadillos and maned wolves at Brasilia National Park.

Sau Paulo stadium is situated at Sau Paulo. The place offers excellent clubbing and a sumptuous gastronomic experience. Moreover, you will also love the lush Costa Verde woods.

The Belo Horizonte stadium is located at Mineirao, the place famous for the delicious comida mineira dishes & of course the local cachacas. You will also enjoy the art gallery and Serra Espinhaco Biosphere.

Cuiaba stadium is located at Arena Pantanal which promises much fun stuff for the tourists here. These include piranha fishing, riverboat cruises and jaguar spotting.

Salvador Stadium is situated at Arena Fonte Nova. A visit to Arena Nova enables you to gorge on the great Bahian dishes and explore the old churches of colonial era as well as relish African drumming.

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