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Brazil has a long tradition of football. It is also famous for it annual carnival of Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Recife and Olinda. The economy of Brazil is the largest economy of the south america. It is recognised as one of the fastest growing economies of the world. Moreover, it is part of free market economy. Brazil’s has diverse industries which range from automobiles, steel and petrochemicals to computers, aircraft, and consumer durables.
The tourism industry is regarded as the first priority of Brazil. It is practicing a institutionalization of Eco-tourism which will ensure the safe and sound environment for the tourists. Rio de Janeiro, Foz do Iguaçu, São Paulo, Florianópolis and Salvador were the most visited cities by international tourists for leisure trips in 2005.
The Roman Catholicism is mainly practised in Brazil. As it was colony of the Portuguese, the colonial influence has a great impact on its culture , religion, cuisine, music and sports. The non- European culture also has a influence. The indigenous communal culture can also be found here.
Thousand of tourists visit Brazil every year as it has an abundance in natural beauty, art and culture and safe environment for the visitors.You can see the urban mosaic in Sau Paulo, huge cultural energy in Pernambuco, the taste of wild life in Amazon rainforest and the remarkable landmarks of Lguacu. Moreover, the accommodation and transport system are categorised in such a way that every one can enjoy tour in Brazil with the lowest possible budget.