The move is part of a larger drive to relax norms for travellers to Brazil.
These natural and cultural wonders, from ancient forests to lost civilizations, were recognized for their value to humanity.
Grandpa Chan began sharing his paintings with his grandchildren—now he shares them with the world.
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Flying solo for five months in South America, the writer returned with lifelong friendships, unforgettable experiences and a repository of travel wisdom.
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If Rio is Brazil's face, São Paulo is its soul—and much of the credit for this goes to the large-hearted, fashion-forward Paulistas.
Six fun races for both marathoners and recreational runners.