Brazilian Postcard-Pretty City Vibes

A vibrant unity of ancient and modern in lush surroundings
Demetria Brasil Trips

Soak up the very essence of Brazil in a fun-filled trip: stunning beaches, attractive colonial architecture, good shopping, vibrant atmosphere, and Brazil’s typical exuberance.

Soak up the very essence of Brazil in a fun-filled trip: stunning beaches, attractive colonial architecture, good shopping, vibrant atmosphere, and Brazil’s typical exuberance.
Head to Rio for legendary beach culture, to Brasília for Niemeyer’s modernist architecture, and to Manaus for unparalleled jungle adventures.


Brasília

A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a stunning example of urban development, Brazil’s futuristic capital is a treasure trove of architectural wonders, with lots of green open spaces and wide esplanades.

Curitiba

Also known as Brazil’s Green Capital, Curitiba is one of the world’s best examples of urban planning with fantastic parks, vivid open-air food markets, and ambitious infrastructure.

São Paulo

A huge and bustling metropolis, cosmopolitan São Paulo attracts urban explorers with its progressive cultural scene, fabulous food, and unparalleled nightlife.


Rio de Janeiro

Famous worldwide for its stunning natural setting, beautiful golden beaches, and exuberant atmosphere, Brazil’s Cidade Maravilhosa hardly needs any introduction. Rio is one of the world’s most spectacular cities.

Natal

Famous for its stunning sand dunes and forro music, this quiet northeastern Brazilian town offers beautiful beaches and pretty blue waters, decent nightlife, and exciting dune-buggy rides.

Fortaleza

This sprawling metropolis has all the ingredients for a fun-filled trip: nice beaches, attractive colonial architecture, good shopping, and a vibrant atmosphere that evokes Brazil’s typical exuberance.

Historical Guided
Urban Tours


01. Historic Town of Ouro Preto

The first city in Brazil to be named a UNESCO World Heritage Site (1980). The city's structure is one of the most singular manifestations of Brazilian colonial architecture.

02. Historic Center of Salvador da Bahia

Its monumental architecture reached its height in the 17th and 18th centuries due to the transition from the Renaissance to the Baroque era.

03. Ruins of São Miguel das Missões

The intense contact between indigenous Brazilians and Europeans gave origin to a singular artistic activity called 'Missionary Baroque,' which blends indigenous and European aesthetics.


Demetria Hudson
A founder of Demetria Brasil urban tour agency.