RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – It is no news that Brazil is gaining more and more space in world ecotourism thanks to its natural biodiversity. However, the country also has a rich architectural tradition, which reflects the Brazilian culture’s uniqueness. Let us show you seven national streets worth a visit (even if only virtually!).
1. Rua Gonçalo de Carvalho, in Porto Alegre (State of Rio Grande do Sul)
You’ve certainly seen this picture before! This street in the capital of the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul has earned the fame of “the most beautiful . . .
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Oliver Mason is a British digital nomad who spends most of his time traveling the world and visiting places of interest. He currently travels through Brazil and will produce various travelogues for The Rio Times…