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São Paulo will appeal mainly to urban lovers, but is close to the wilderness of the Costa Verde’s Atlantic rainforest. Rio has its own inner-city wilderness, the Tijuca Forest national park, and its residents enjoy an enviable lifestyle, including a great beach sports scene.
The 2014 World Cup, by spreading the matches around a dozen cities, opens up parts of Brazil that are still neither famous nor tourist-infested. A party like 2014 is bound to be a good time to explore them.
Rio de Janeiro Stadium: Maracanã – upgrade completed (capacity: 76,804). Fun stuff: Ipanema beach, Christ the Redeemer, dinner in Santa Teresa, favela tour, cable car up the Sugar Loaf; choro music and dance.
Brasilia Stadium: Estadio Nacional – almost completely built and reopened in 2012 (68,009). Fun stuff: Niemeyer’s modernist architecture, dining at the local churrascarias (steakhouses); maned wolves and armadillos at the Parque Nacional de Brasilia.
São Paulo Stadium: Arena de São Paulo – new stadium (65,807). Fun stuff: gastronomy; clubbing; the Costa Verde forests and beaches; and the football museum at Santos (all 75-minutes’ drive away).
•What to see and where to stay in Sao Paulo
Belo Horizonte Stadium: Mineirão – upgrade completed (62,547). Fun stuff: the hearty comida mineira cuisine and local cachaças; Inhotim contemporary art gallery; Serra do Espinhaço Biosphere Reserve; scenic train to Vitoria.
•What to see and where to stay in Belo Horizonte
Cuiabá Stadium: Arena Pantanal – new, due for completion 2014 (42,968). Fun stuff: jaguar spotting, riverboat cruises, piranha fishing.
Curitiba Stadium: Arena de Baixada – new, due for completion 2014 (41,456). Fun stuff: Oscar Niemeyer Museum, German culture; Serra Verde train ride to the port city of Paranaguá.
Fortaleza Stadium: Castelao – upgrade completed (64,846). Fun stuff: 4WD and beach buggy tours; boat trip around the protected coconut eco-park.
Manaus Stadium: Arena Amazonia – upgrade due for completion late 2013 (42, 374). Fun stuff: float-plane flight to see the meeting of the black Rio Negro and chocolate-coloured Amazon; riverboat trip to the anavilhanas (river islands) to observe caiman and monkeys; Manaus Opera House.
•What to see and where to stay in Manaus
Natal Stadium: Estadio das Dunas – new, completion due by late 2013 (42,086). Fun stuff: beaches, especially lovely Praia de Pipa; dune-buggy rides; tapioca ice cream.
Porto Alegre Stadium: Beira Rio – being upgraded, due to open early 2014 (48,849). Fun stuff: nightlife, nearby ranches.
Recife Stadium: Arena Pernambuco – new, due for completion 2014 (44,248). Fun stuff: forró music and dancing; Olinda, the nearby colonial town and Unesco World Heritage site.
Salvador Stadium: Arena Fonte Nova – new, completed (48,747). Fun stuff: Bahian dishes like moqueca stew (creamy and rich, with palm oil and coconut) and carne do sol (salted meat dried in the sun); colonial-era churches; African drumming; dancing; capoeira lessons
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