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Brazil is the perfect destination for teams of all levels, ages and genders, although competitive women’s soccer is not nearly as widespread as men’s. Soccer is the most popular sport in the country, especially since the 2014 FIFA World Cup was held in Brazil. Soccer is so loved in Brazil that it also reflects throughout the culture of the country. Women and men of all ages are dedicated to the game and it will remain a passion for many more years to come. Brazil has been named the “o País do Futebol,” which translates into “the country of football.” From waterfalls and wetlands to tropical islands and white sand beaches, Brazil is sure to give you the experience of a lifetime!
São Paulo is the largest city in Brazil, the largest city in the southern hemisphere, and the world’s 7th largest metropolitan area. The city is the capital of the state of São Paulo, the most populous Brazilian state. The name of the city honors Saint Paul. São Paulo exerts strong regional influence in commerce and finance as well as arts and entertainment.
Sights to see in São Paulo: the Paulista Museum, the neo-gothic Metropolitan Sé Cathedral, the São Paulo Museum of Art (MASP), the Monumento às Bandeiras (Monument to the Bandeiras) and Niemeyer’s Ibirapuera Bienal Complex; and more recently the Octávio Frias de Oliveira Bridge (Estaiada Bridge) in the South Side. For more information about visiting São Paulo please see Sao Pablo Travel.
Besides Brazil, Argentina comes in as the second most popular soccer country in South America. Throughout Buenos Aires, Argentina, there are 19 different soccer stadiums. Boca Juniors’ stadium and River Plate’s stadium are just a few of the many popular stadiums throughout the country. Visiting the football clubs of Argentina can provide an interesting experience and up-close look at the culture of soccer throughout the country and the importance that it holds to the residents of Argentina.
Buenos Aires is the capital of the Argentine Republic. The name means fair winds in Spanish. It is one of the largest cities in Latin America, with a lot of cultural offerings, and is the point of departure for travelling to the rest of the country. Inhabitants of Buenos Aires are called porteños, “people from the port”. Buenos Aires is a singular, open and integrating destination that allows the visitor not only to view the city but also to have an exceptional urban adventure.
Sights to see in Buenos Aires: Plaza Serrano (in Palermo), Cementerio de la Recoleta, Plaza de Mayo, Plaza Dorrego, Fundacíon Proa, Casa Rosada, Manzana de las Luces and many more! For more information please see Buenos Aires Travel.