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14 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid in Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo is one of the biggest cities on the planet, but there’s so much more to it than sheer size and sprawl. The city’s cosmopolitan residents and visitors enjoy some of the best shopping, dining, and nightlife in the world. Life is stylish here: Sao Paulo’s art scene is second to none, its entertainment…

The Best 10-Day Brazil Itinerary

To visit Brazil is to dial your senses into overdrive. The world’s fifth-largest country beckons with cosmopolitan cities, glamorous beaches, tropical rain forests, unreal shopping and nightlife — including Carnival, the biggest party on the planet — and that’s just the start. Brazil is an enormous place and planning a trip to see it can…

10 Cheapest Destinations to Visit in Winter 2020, Ranked

Whether you want to escape the frigid weather or unwind after the holiday season, this upcoming winter is an opportune time to plan a getaway without breaking the bank. Many popular destinations hawk off-season deals on accommodations and flights, while others are just plain cheap. To stretch your travel budget, read on for our list…

The World’s Most Notorious Red Light Districts

Whether they’re spoken about openly, or talked about in hushed tones, there are corners of almost every major city where the sex trade is thriving. From Nevada to Amsterdam, Paris, and Bangkok, red light districts have occupied a place in the minds of artists, writers, self-professed bohemians, moralists, ethicists, and travelers for centuries. Of course,…

The 9 Best Things to Do in Sao Paulo

Deni Williams/Flickr Have you ever Googled images of Sao Paulo’s sprawling skyline? It’s a big one. Sao Paulo is the fourth-largest city in the world, with over 21 million Paulistanos, or residents. (By comparison, New York City has 8.6 million.) Unlike beach-y Rio de Janeiro, Brazil’s business capital is set about 50 miles from the…

The Scariest Airports in the World

While flying may be the safest way to travel, many airports are located in treacherous places that will make you shudder (think landing strips built in the middle of the Himalayas or on the edge of an island). However, keep in mind that just because these takeoffs and landings are stomach-churning, the airports themselves have…

Where to Travel Along the Equator

Thanks to year-round pleasant weather and fairly consistent flight and hotel costs, traveling near the equator is an attractive option. Plus, getting to stand on (or close to) that zero-degree latitude is a fun bucket-list item. Although the equator passes through 13 countries, it doesn’t lie along any major city. That said, there are still…

It Just Got Much Cheaper and Easier to Visit Brazil

Praia do Arpoador, Ipanema, Brazil/Oyster In an exciting effort to attract American visitors to Brazil, the South American country’s government has officially launched a much anticipated e-visa system. Starting this week, Americans, Canadians, Japanese, and Australians planning to visit Brazil will be able to apply online for a $40 e-visa, down from the whopping $160…