Rio de Janeiro
One of the most fascinating world wonders can be found in the city of Rio de Janeiro, standing at 38 m high, you will certainly be able to see it wherever you go.
The Christ the Redeemer statue is one of the New Seven Wonders, a list that also boasts the likes of Machu Picchu in Peru and India's Taj Mahal. The breathtaking structure on top of the Corcovado Mountain is one of the most popular Catholic symbols in the world.
As well as the Corcovado peak, the city is also home to Sugarloaf Mountain, which majestically rises over the harbour filled with yachts.
The beaches in Rio de Janeiro are just as famous and you will likely spot groups of friends playing volleyball or practising the sport the country is particularly famous for - football. You might even unknowingly catch a glimpse of the next Ronaldo or Pele!
Glistening skyscrapers line the stretches of sand, along with 17th-century churches, showcasing how the city is one of contrasts.
Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil and is home to the financial centre of the country, as well as a large variety of art galleries and museums.
Fans of music will no doubt relish the chance to catch an opera performance at the Municipal Theatre, while there are other live performance venues dotted throughout this cosmopolitan city.
Enjoy a fine dining experience at one of the luxury hotels or restaurants and watch the world go by in a classy cocktail bar. Or, head downtown and see if you can catch a live samba performance at a venue hidden away.
While Brazil is perhaps most famous for its Christ the Redeemer statue and the opulent and jaw-dropping Rio Carnival complete with barely-there samba costumes, it should not be forgotten that the South American country is home to a variety of beautiful wildlife.
The Brazilian side of the Iguazu Falls - made up of 275 waterfalls spanning across the border with Argentina - is a fantastic place to spot creatures native to the country.
Indeed, some the animals that call Brazil home include hummingbirds, hawks, eagles, monkeys, sea turtles, jaguars and the giant armadillo.
A system of national parks is in place in the country, such as the Tijuca National Park, an 8,000 acre rainforest containing waterfalls, plenty of wildlife and plants.
Touring holidays to Brazil therefore combine amazing wildlife, cosmopolitan cities, opera and samba music, beautiful scenery and one of the New Seven Wonders and most iconic Latin American symbols in the world.