The generally ignored north sides of both Brazilian cities offer rewards that range from the cultural to the culinary.
After President Dilma Rousseff proposed recruiting foreigners, Brazilian physicians said a lack of infrastructure and supplies was the problem.
Leaders of President Dilma Rousseff’s governing coalition agreed to pursue a plebiscite on political reforms but fell far shy of meeting her call to hold one right away.
The Frugal Traveler adores São Paulo, a city he calls his second home. But could he make an old friend fall for his beloved town?
Brazil’s capital is drawing visitors to its Niemeyer-designed buildings, samba hot spots, first-rate restaurants and awe-inspiring sunsets.
The big cities in Brazil have become expensive, but Seth Kugel finds a way to eat cheaply and healthily in Rio, without setting foot outside of the upscale beachfront haven of Ipanema.
In this sprawling metropolis that anchors Brazil’s booming economy, the flaws — which include high prices and persistent drizzle — are no match for its teeming energy, which infuses everything from art to business to the city’s relentless…