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Sao Paulo

São Paulo has the largest and most diverse population in Brazil: more than 40 million people, of whom about 3 million are immigrants of 70 different nationalities. The state is recognized as one of the main destinations for business and events in the Americas and its capital, São Paulo, is one of the major financial centers in the world.
The city is also full of cultural attractions. The Art Museum of São Paulo (MASP), the Municipal Theatre, the State Art Gallery and the Portuguese Language Museum are some of the cultural options in the city, which also offers night entertainment from Monday through Monday.
Tourists who visit the state of São Paulo have at their disposal more than 5,000 lodging facilities spread over 645 cities. In addition to 622 km of beautiful beaches such as Guarujá, Ilha Bela and Ubatuba, the state offers rural and ecological tourism in places like the Mantiqueira Mountain Range; cities with mountain climate like Campos do Jordão; caves and waterfalls like Vale do Ribeira; in addition to mountains, natural parks and historic buildings.

Rio de Janeiro

Most tourists who visit Rio de Janeiro are attracted by the beaches and great festivals of its famous capital - after all, who has never heard of Copacabana, Ipanema, Barra da Tijuca and many other beaches? And of the Rio Carnival, the largest popular festival in the world? But there is much more to be seen and enjoyed in the state of Rio.
The coastal landscape is one of the most beautiful and rugged in Brazil, with a total of 365 islands scattered along the coast in the region of Angra dos Reis alone. National parks like the one on the Ógãos Mountain Range are excellent for sports like climbing, hiking and rappelling.
The setting of many important events of the past, some of the states history is shown in photos and documents gathered in museums, such as the Imperial Museum in Petrópolis. The houses and churches of Paraty also boast a colonial style and make visitors imagine what the Brazil of the past would look like.