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Brazilian cuisine is characterized as being one of the most varied and tasty in Latin America. Many of the ingredients and dishes have strong influences of indigenous, European and African cuisine. European influences that most have left their mark in the country are Italian and German, who introduced new ingredients and preparation methods. In general, the Brazilian gastronomy is characterized for being rich in meats, as it is the case in other countries of Latin America, as well as vegetables, such as vibrant pumpkin. As for fish, the most commonly used is shrimp.
Travel to Brazil
Travel to Brazil
“Buenos Aires is a very interesting city and we thoroughly enjoyed our time there.
The other hotels were extremely good with very comfortable beds and excellent breakfasts and the one in Rio De Janeiro very well located.
The falls at Iguazu are breathtaking and the optional boat trip under the Iguazu falls was definitely worth doing and an exhilarating experience.”
“The last few days at the coast were the perfect end to a busy holiday and the included boat trip was a wonderful finale.
“‘Stunning locations and great to explore so much in such a short space of time.’
“'The tour was well planned and enabled us to see a lot of Brazil in a short time which is exactly what we wanted. Exoticca did an excellent job with the flights so we maximised our stay in Brazil and spent as little time as possible in airports awaiting connections. We also commend Exoticca on the choice of hotels - all were well positioned, offered clean, comfortable accommodation, a good breakfast with plenty of choice, and overall a first class service.'”
“‘The hotel in Rio was excellent and in an amazing position. The airport pickups were all waiting for us on arrival and the pickups and guides for the tours were all punctual, friendly and informative.’
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