2014 World Cup Travel Guide: 7 Tips To Remember

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6. Things to Do

Besides attending World Cup soccer matches, there is much to see and do in the World Cup host cities. Rio de Janeiro is known for a vibrant night life and is considered a hiker’s paradise. Sao Paolo, the largest city in South America, is home to world class restaurants and bars, concerts, theatres and samba schools. Natal is famous for pristine beaches, sand dunes and warm, calm waters.

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