Being such a large and diverse country, there is an endless list of landmarks spread across the country.
From the more popular ones like the Christ the Redeemer Statue to unmissable architectural masterpieces and natural wonders, this list will take you through 23 landmarks that you should not miss.
It took nine years to complete and became one of the first landmarks in Brazil. Today the statue looks down on the city, serving as a protector for all who call Rio home.
Christ the Redeemer Statue
The Sugar Loaf Mountain or Pao de Acucar in Portuguese is a peak that sits at the mouth of the Guanabara Bay that flows out into the Atlantic Ocean in Rio.
Sugar Loaf Mountain
Copa, as it is known by locals, and is lined with hotels, bars, restaurants, and street vendors. And the gorgeous Sugar Loaf Mountain looms in the background.
It is known as the Maracana Stadium because it is located in the Maracana neighbourhood in the northern part of Rio. It is the largest stadium in Brazil and the second-largest in South America.
The Maracana Stadium
This stunning series of waterfalls is situated along the Iguazu River which stretches across Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay.
The Iguazu Falls
This river is a freshwater system that extends 6400 km (4000 miles) across South America and flows through six countries, including Brazil.
The Amazon River
One of Brazil’s best-loved attractions is the Seralon Steps which connect the streets of Joaquim Silva and Pinto Martins.