If you’re looking for a destination that has it all – views, beaches, culture and food – Brazil checks every box on the list. This vibrant country has something for the many different types of travelers, making it a favorite repeat destination amongst our community.
On the vibrant streets of Rio de Janeiro, the flavor of Brazil truly comes alive, and the views of Sugarloaf Mountain and Ipanema Beach in the backdrop, never get old. Another thing that will catch your attention about Brazil is its local style. Brazilians love to dress to impress, so make sure you pack your flyest threads.
One jetsetter who was not about to be caught slipping when he touched down was CEO/Designer Mike (@youngmikeofficiall). His recent getaway to Rio was full of that grown man swag, and he never missed an opportunity to show off his impeccable style.
Between Mike’s style game inspiration and our exclusive guide tips, you’ll shut the streets of Brazil down and have all eyes on you, trust us.
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Welcome to Brazil
The largest country in both South and Latin America, Brazil is a destination that will stimulate all your senses. From the minute you arrive, the vibrancy of both the people and culture will take hold of you. The best time to visit Brazil’s second-largest (and most well known) city, Rio de Janeiro, is between December and March when the weather is pleasant enough for you to hit the beach. $1 USD equals 4.06746 Brazilian Real (BRL), so budget your stay accordingly.
The vibes on the streets of Rio are literally never ending, but if you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle for a bit, set up shop at the Belmond Copacabana Palace. This ritzy urban oasis is the perfect getaway from the crowds and the Brazilian heat.
Photo Credit: Belmond Copacabana Palace
A medley of European, Amerindian and African influences, Brazil’s cuisine is full of flavors that will set your tastebuds on fire. Don’t leave the country without trying traditional dishes like Picanha (Barbecued meat), Feijoada (A rich, hearty stew) and Brigadeiros (Brazil’s version of the chocolate truffle).
Grown Man Swag
Seeing Christ the Redeemer is cool, but if you’re trying to pull up on something a bit more ‘Beautiful'(word to Snoop and Pharrell), then puton your flyest gear and make your way over to the Parque Lage before you leave town.