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Beaches, bustling metropolises, colonial settlements and extravagant carnival celebrations await in Brazil's Southeast Region. Discover a mountainous backdrop that slopes down to an idyllic coastline dotted with pristine islands. The Southeast Region has Brazil’s highest population density, where some 80 million people share the cities, towns and villages spread across its four states. It’s also the most diverse population, with residents hailing from African, Asian, European and Middle Eastern migrant families.
A great place to start your visit is Rio de Janeiro, the Cidade Maravilhosa (Marvelous City) and capital of its namesake state. Here you’ll find famous attractions such as Copacabana Beach, Ipanema Beach and Sugarloaf Mountain. Take daytrips to the lesser-visited beaches of Niterói and the traffic-free Ilha de Paquetá (Paquetá Island). Drive inland to the well-preserved Portuguese settlement of Petrópolis.
Head in either direction from Rio to reach postcard-perfect beaches. Travel east along the Costa do Sol to Cabo Frio and Búzios or west along the Costa Verde to the colonial port city of Paraty. Go snorkeling in crystal-clear water and hike through lush rainforest on Ilha Grande (Big Island).
São Paulo is the region’s southernmost area and home to Brazil’s biggest city, São Paulo. Its large Italian and Japanese communities have turned it into one of the world’s most sought-after gastronomy centers. Nearby Santos is the gateway to the state’s beaches; those at Ubatuba, Ilhabela and Guarujá are among the many worth visiting.
Be sure to travel over the Serra do Espinhaco mountains to the sprawling Belo Horizonte, the capital of Minas Gerais state. It’s a jumping off point for trips to spa towns such as São Lourenco and Caxambu and the architecturally impressive Baroque city of Ouro Preto.
Beach lovers will enjoy hopping between the coastal resorts of Espírito Santo. Conceição da Barra, Guarapari and Vitória are some examples.
Reach the Southeast Region by flying to the international airports at Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo and then get around via intercity buses and organized tours. December through March is the region’s peak travel season, with February (or March) being the time of Brazil’s world-famous carnival.
The garden with the orchids! The restobar had really good coffee
Its nice new hotel, very good property, has good pools and access to the beach just across the street where you get towels, water and chairs which awesome. The breakfast is very good almost every possible option. On the folp side its located very far from the airport and city center; alsi check out ...
The view from my room and from the restaurant. Also, the location was perfect. The elevator security system is difficult for short stay guests to operate.
Best staff ever!! Courtesy and friendliness extended to all. Doormen were top notch
Excellent location. Great price, bad wifi. Not my first time here, and everytime wifi is the only issue here, expect signal to drop 10-12 in a minute, yes 10 to 12 time every minute.
Very beautiful beach front view,wonderful staff and very clean property
Hotel is right across from the Copacabana beach, excellent location. Beautiful view from the terrace and swimming pool on the roof top. Excellent staff, polite and very helpful despite of the language barrier.Special thanks to Adryelle (hope I spell your name right). Outstanding service. Thanks to ...
I stay here on all my visits to SP. Hotel is nice, staff is terrific and location is outstanding.