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Samba fans can enjoy two live performances at the Museu de Arte (Museum of Art) next Friday, April 13th. Samba Que Elas Querem are determined to promote female representation in music and will perform and re-imagine samba classics from legendary artists:
A mere two hours from Rio, Miguel Pereira offers a “peaceful countryside atmosphere” tucked away in the state of Rio’s mountain range, as well as a history that dates back to the seventeenth century:
Today’s post features the Rio de Janeiro neighborhood Leblon. Known for beging one of Rio’s most exclusive areas, Leblon is also credited with being as well-connected as Ipanema or Copacabana. It also boasts a diverse culinary scene and popular entertainment venues:
Female sports journalists in Brazil say that “enough is enough” and have a very simple request: Let Her Do Her Job. Read on about the anti-harassment they have launched called #DeixaElaTrabalhar, or “Let Her Do Her Job”:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a Level 2 alert in multiple states of Brazil after outbreaks of yellow fever. Read on to learn what this means for travelers, including getting vaccinated before visiting infected areas:
This week Brazil’s Ministry of Tourism announced that 2017 marked the highest number of international tourists in the country’s history. This means that more international tourists visited Brazil in 2017 than in 2016 (when the Rio Olympic Games were held) and 2014 (during the FIFA World Cup):