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A country filled with tropical goodies and exotic features, Brazil remains to be one dominating all of South America, thanks to its huge landmass.

It is also a densely populated country, so expect to see tons of crowds and other tourists before you get there. But all that will be more than worth it once you see its grand cities and attractions!

With carnivals like Samba that roar along the streets, and fanatic football fans all cheering their team on while the game itself is played in every corner. You’ll find that this city will be farthest away from being disappointing.

But for you to experience it at its best, you will need to know about the three best cities to visit in Brazil, luckily for you, we’re here to show you just that! Starting with: 

#1 Rio de Janeiro. 

The most popular city that a lot of people actually believe is the capital of the country, Rio de Janeiro is a city that we all know and love. It’s been the main city for a lot of movies, books, and even TV shows, and houses some of the most fun and amazing activities in the city!

It is home to the Christ the Redeemer statue that we all know, and also has the biggest and most grand festival in the country! Follow that with all the stunning beaches and endless rows of palm trees which are considered to be the best places to sunbathe, Rio is definitely the tropical wonder that everybody is looking for!

And since it’s so amazing, the crowds are amazingly huge too! So remember that when you do decide to visit this exotic city! 

#2 San Pablo. 

Although Rio is the well-known city of Brazil, San Pablo comes in a close second, as this city pretty much has everything you can find in Rio but even more!

San Pablo is the city that never sleeps, a city where hustling and bustling is the norm and is pretty chaotic at times thanks to everybody trying to rush to get to work and all. But this city is the best place to visit if you want to get away from the huge crowds of Rio and still enjoy Brazil to its fullest.

It’s a city where clubs, bars, and restaurants are around every street corner, so make sure you’ll be able to handle all of that and more once you visit this huge city!

#3 Curitiba. 

This city is probably the most underrated among all of these, but you’d be damned if you thought it was the least beautiful or least exciting! 

Curitiba takes you on a break from all the sandy beaches, crowded streets, and warm sun, and brings you to a more lush and green setting in Central Southern Brazil.

Yes, that’s right! It’s time to take a little trip into the jungle, at least sort of. Curitiba is a city in the heart of Southern Brazil and connects the country to all neighboring ones which in turn makes it the source of the country’s economic boom as well as political stability.

So if you want to get away from all the crowds entirely and have a nice and peaceful break, then Curitiba is the city for you! 


The country of Brazil is filled with many beautiful and gorgeous cities filled with stunning beaches, fun activities, tourist attractions, and so much more. From the shore of Brazil to the urban jungles of Curitiba, it’s the country that has it all! Just as long as you know where to look! 


The Cradle of Liberty, Boston, is home to some of the most historical events in America. It is also the most populated city in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, which makes it a really busy city day in and day out. But don’t let that discourage you from visiting this great city, because here, you’ll have tons of sights to see and things to do as well!

The Freedom Trail. 

We all know that Boston is one of the main reasons why America is the way it is today. Due to the inciting of revolution, which gave it the nickname of the Cradle of Liberty, the city has tons of monuments and historical figures all around it, to remind us just how great the city is. One of those is the Freedom Trail where you will be able to have fun and learn more about the history of Boston. This is also a really affordable attraction that can definitely suit your budget. So while you’re in the city, take the chance to come by and walk around the Freedom Trail to know more about the founding of America.

Isabella Stewart, Gardner Museum. 

No doubt, one of the best museums you will ever encounter in the city, the Isabella Stewart, Gardner Museum houses some of the rarest books, paintings, drawings, furniture, and much more from all those Ancient Civilizations like Ancient Rome, Medieval Europe, Renaissance Italy, and even blooming Asia. Truly, if you want to really be immersed in the beauty of art, then this is the place just for you. And if you’re wondering, yes, the museum is set in a garden type, in order to immerse you in a really minimalist setting. This, along with the female statues scattered around the said garden, will really make you feel as if you were a part of those ancient civilizations.

New England Aquarium. 

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to actually swim with the fishes? Well, here, you’ll be able to do just that, even without having to actually swim! This is thanks to the fact that the aquarium is actually a giant circular tank, where you and your family will be able to watch the marine life while walking around the said aquarium. And if that isn’t enough to make you say “Wow!”, then how about being able to watch 80 penguins live? And speaking of live, you can also touch stingrays and sharks over at the Shark and Ray Touch Tank. But if you’re more of a mammal fan, then you can also enjoy a whale excursion on IMAX in the aquarium itself! Pretty amazing isn’t it?


History is very important for a country. It allows us to know what had happened before, and what built the foundations of the country we know and love today. In this case, Boston has been one of those foundations and continues to show how and why it is one of the best cities in America. So if you’re even in the area, come and have some tea here in good ol’ Boston. 

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You ever wondered why there was a city named after one of the most famous explorers, Christopher Columbus? Well, neither do we, but here we are with Columbus, Ohio! Otherwise known as the Discovery City. It must be because Christopher got around a lot. Anyway, when we’re talking about visiting the state of Ohio, we’re often always first pointed out to Cleveland. I mean, it is a lot more famous than Columbus, but the Arch City is nothing to sneeze at all!

In fact, Columbus is the capital of Ohio, so although Cleveland has a lot more popularity, Columbus is right there with it! But what is there to do in good ol’ Columbus? Well, we aren’t going to tell you what to do exactly, but we are going to tell you why you should visit in the first place. 

The ever so glorious food. 

When it comes to food, there is no city that does it quite like Columbus. Why? Well, the restaurants here are probably, no absolutely, some of the best you will ever have! Craving Italian food maybe? Well, Columbus has Basi Italia, serving some of the most authentic Italian food you will ever get to taste! Or maybe you would want some amazing breakfast to help fuel your day? Then head on over to Katalina’s cafe! A drive through cafe that serves these delicious pancake balls! Or maybe you want to end the night with some pretty chill drinks and a good vibe to go with it? Then the Fox in the snow is the place for you. Either way, Columbus is a real foodie city just for you!

Get a chance to visit Germany.

Okay, so maybe not actual Germany, but you will be able to experience a town similar to it! Probably the only place in America that actually has a German Village, Columbus can give you a taste of European culture right near your doorstep! Built by German immigrants way back during the 19th Century, you’ll be able to experience what a genuine German village is like. With infrastructure and shops dedicated to the Germans, you’ll soon find yourself wanting to learn the language or even be immersed in the culture itself! So while you’re on a tour of this particular village, be sure to visit the book loft, where it covers an entire city block filled with book shops! Truly, every book worms dream!

The Ohio State Fair. 

With Columbus being the states capital, it would only be normal for it to be the host of the Ohio State Fair. A fair wherein it feels like the whole city will be brought to life. A carnival will be there for all those kids that want to play carnival games or go on one of the rides. This fair only happens once every year during the summer. So when you’re visiting Columbus it would probably be best to do so during vacation.


Columbus is a massive and fun city, only second in popularity to its sister Cleveland. And though that is the case, it is still one of the best cities to visit in the United States. Why exactly? Well, even without all these fair and German Villages, the people themselves will make you feel as if you were one of their own, the very first time you step into the city. And that is all the more reason to actually visit the Arch City.



Wyoming continues to be an underrated state. Sure, it doesn’t have the bright lights of New York or the pristine water that Florida boasts, but Wyoming has more than its fair share of natural beauty, good eats, and historic places. Tried-and-true travelers love Wyoming for its no-frills approach to fun and adventure. There’s no over-abundance of casinos or comedy shows or giant flashing billboards – and the locals like it that way! If you’re in the market for a serene, calming, wistful experience away from all the hustle and bustle, then you’re in the market for a Wyoming vacation. And when you’re there, hitting the State Parks is the thing to do. Don’t miss these Fabulous State Parks on your visit!

The Top Parks 

Yellowstone National Park 

This one is obvious, but has to be listed. Yellowstone is no doubt a bucket list item for any serious traveler. When you’re there, check out Old Faithful, an on-the-clock geyser that explodes in a unique way over and over. After that, check out the Grand Prismatic Spring, which is the largest hot spring in all of the United States. Yellowstone never disappoints – and don’t forget to bring the camper!

Grand Teton National Park 

While it may nott get as much attention as the above mentioned Yellowstone Park, Grand Teton certainly holds its own weight. It’s actually linked to Yellowstone through Rockefeller Highway, and it’s the place to go (in my humble opinion) for both and biking in the Wyoming area. Yellowstone gets the press, Grand Tenton gets the better rating with its calmness and serenity compared to the iconic Yellowstone.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort 

Past sounding kind of funny, Jackson Hole is a one-stop ski resort just South of Teton National Park. Yes, a lot of things in Wyoming seem to be rather interconnected — but that’s good for you, huh? Less moving, more doing! Enjoy breathtaking snowy hills, a historic lodge, and just remember: pizza, french fry. Pizza, french fry. Or if you’re like me, just stay in the lodge and drink.


So there you have it! Wyoming may not have the glitz and glamour that the coasts offer, but for down-home, true-blue adventuring, it’s hard to beat Wyoming. And, of course, it’s a lot cheaper. So nowadays, you may want to hit Wyoming just for that reason.