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Learn a little more about gastronomic tourism in Brazil.
Learn a little more about gastronomic tourism in Brazil.

Brazilian cuisine is not only historic, but also varied, tasty, and part of the different cultures all around the country. In fact, some dishes and recipes are exclusive to some regions, while other types of food are quite traditional all over Brazil. If you love trying new flavors, Brazil is the perfect destination for you.

The local cuisine in Fortaleza, in which seafood is such a popular ingredient, combines Brazilian flavors and family… READ MORE +
The local cuisine in the state of Goiás is closely connected to Brazilian cultural aspects. Many of the… READ MORE +
Located in the south region of Brazil, Gramado is home to flavors that can sharpen your senses. The… READ MORE +
João Pessoa’s cuisine is one of the ways of expressing the state of Paraíba’s rich culture and tradition.… READ MORE +
Macapá combines creativity and remarkable spices, making the city one of the main culinary tourism destinations in the… READ MORE +
Renowned for its incredible landscapes and beaches, Maceió also offers mouth-watering cuisine. The delicious local dishes are one… READ MORE +
Manaus is the capital city in the state of Amazonas and its cuisine combines indigenous traditions with seasonings… READ MORE +
Natal is one of the largest shrimp-farming centers in Brazil, but local cuisine is much more than that… READ MORE +
How about some Chambari (Brazilian braised veal shank), carne seca (jerked beef), or some local cerrado fruit? The… READ MORE +