SAO PAULO, BRAZIL
Brazil, the host nation of the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ has far more to offer than its passion for the game. Brazil is a dazzling array of cultures and landscapes. As the largest city in South America, Sao Paulo’s cuisine and art is as multinational as its diverse population of 10 million.
Learn about Sao Paulo history visiting its main buildings and its architectural design, pass through the Museum of Art Sao Paolo, Luz Station, Municipal Theater, Banespa and much more!
Enjoy an aerial view via helicopter of the city and see the 10 districts and more than 20 city sights, like the Anhembi, the Sambadrome, Parque da Luz, Luz Station, Mercadão, Praça da Se, Prefeitura (City Council), Viaduto do Cha, Teatro Municipal, Edificio Italia, Copan, Praça da Republica, Praça Roosevelt, Liberdade, Avenida Paulista, MASP, Trianon, Higienópolis, Pacaembu Stadium, Ibirapuera.
Museum of Art Sao Paolo
Praça da Republica
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL
Rio de Janeiro, is a cosmopolitan metropolis, known worldwide for its scenic beauty and its natural resources. Sinuous, graceful, beautiful and intriguing, Rio de Janeiro’s landscape has enchanted visitors to its coast for five centuries. Voted one of the Seven Modern World Wonders and considered the largest Art Deco statue in the world, Rio can’t be conceived without the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue and its amazing view at the top of Corcovado Hill, seated 710 meters above sea level. A 20 minute train-ride in a private wagon across the lush Tijuca Forest is worth the trip in itself, ending up at the magnificent panorama.
Sugar Loaf, the iconic symbol of the hip and trendy Rio, towering over the skyline of the city, the views to be seen from the top of the cable cars are indescribable. Rising up from a small peninsula at Guanabara Bay to reach to the top you need to take two cable cars, which provides an exceptional 360 degree view of the entire city including Botafogo, the Copacabana Beaches, Corcovado and downtown Rio. Simply breathtaking!
BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
Buenos Aires is the gorgeous capital of Argentina. Tango, tenderloin, fútbol (soccer), and fine wine are the spirit of Buenos Aires! The large and charismatic city has been given the title of “The Paris of South America”.
Wander the cobbled streets, marveling at faded architectural glories and colourfully painted metal houses. This complex, energetic, and seductive port city, which stretches south-to-north along the Rio de la Plata, has been the gateway to Argentina for centuries.
Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires is undoubtedly the Latin American city that best resembles the cosmopolitan and aristocratic atmosphere of the big European capitals. But beyond this Buenos Aires there is another one, holding the small coloured houses of La Boca and the popular Tango that lives in the San Telmo streets. This is the mixture that makes Buenos Aires an original and irresistible metropolis.
Eva Perón’s grave is just one of many of the Argentine rich and famous whose private mausoleums lie in this prestigious district’s cemetery. It forms the focus for a walking tour of Recoleta. Sitting proudly at the heart of Plaza de Mayo is La Casa Rosada. Translated to English, La Casa Rosada literally means “The Pink House.” This “casa” is a little more than just a house - it is the “Casa de Gobierno” or Government House.
The Iguazu falls
Eva Perón’s grave
The Pink House