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Shopping in Brazil - outlets, shopping streets and boutiques

Litoral de Fortaleza Brazilian shops work from 9:00 am to 6:30 pm on weekdays and from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturdays. Some large stores may be open up to 10:00 pm. Some supermarkets are open 24 hours a day.
Multifaceted, cheerful Brazil is a paradise for fans of night entertainments. Nightlife and vigorous activities are organically inherent in the …
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As a souvenir from Brazil, many tourists bring home green-colored alcoholic drink Caipirinha or Cachaça, Brazilian spirit made from fermented sugarcane juice. A traditional souvenir from the distant country is its coffee that became famous all over the globe. It's advisable to buy coffee beans for further grinding. In Brazil, there are many mines where precious stones are mined. Jewelry of decent quality can be purchased at lower prices than in other countries of the world. Football in Brazil is raised to the status of national religion. It's no wonder that here you can find a lot of sportswear and accessories related to this sport. Some stores offer their visitors balls autographed by their favorite players.
The purchase of local ethnic clothing would be quite original. Look for it in Rio de Janeiro's neighborhood of Ipanema where a fair is held once a week on Sundays. Here you can buy lace dresses, swimsuits, national musical instruments, jewelry, all kinds of small souvenirs and, of course, handmade shoes at reasonable prices. Local shoes deserve special mention. Brazil has long become the best place to buy summer shoes on the planet. The excellent quality of shoes is little inferior to the one offered by famous Italian and other world brands. Tourists should pay attention to summer slippers, light summer sports shoes, and, of course, summer ladies' court shoes. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
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Besides the market in Rio, try to find time to visit such major shopping centers as Rio Sul and Barra Shopping. In general, Rio is a paradise for shoppers since the bulk of branded boutiques is concentrated in this city. But keep in mind that their prices are not much different from European ones. Another market famous all over Brazil and far beyond its borders is in the city of Salvador. Its name is Mercado Modelo. Today it is an ordinary flea market. Visit this place if you're interested in all kinds of small things and souvenirs at very low prices. By the way, prices in Salvador are several times lower than in Rio de Janeiro. Therefore, it makes sense to buy souvenirs while here but not in more expensive and branded Rio.
Mole Beach In the capital city of Brasilia full of noisy markets and large shopping malls, tourists are recommended to visit a market located at the foot of the city television tower. It is ideal for purchasing all sorts of souvenirs. Here you can find ceramics, leather, paintings, candles, hammocks, ethnic masks or jewelry. Prices will pleasantly surprise and please any tourist. A visit to Gaixa Cultural Brasilia Shopping Center promises to be interesting. Here you can buy a national costume or other memorabilia. The mall houses many souvenirs shops as well as an art gallery.
Children of all ages can find something to their liking in Cidade Entertainment Center located in the capital. Here they can ride a bike or go through …
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While in Sao Paulo, tourists have a chance to visit the local grocery municipal market. You'll find products of the local cuisine, a variety of vegetables, fruit, and delicacies. Fans of gastronomic tourism will surely appreciate it, while low prices will be an additional nice bonus.
Rio Panorama There are two sales seasons in Brazil. The first one starts in February and usually lasts about a month. It is timed to the carnival. Tourists should be attentive during this period. If tempting sales reach 100% and more (and sometimes it happens), then traders inflate prices for goods artificially, returning prices to the original values profitable for themselves. The second season falls at the end of Brazilian winter. Usually, it's August and September. The country does not have such a great flow of tourists during this period, and some shops reduce prices to attract customers.
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♥   Shopping area ' Aleixo Neto' Vitoria. On the map   Photos
♥   Shopping area ' Avenida Batel' Curitiba. On the map   Photos
♥   Shopping area ' Avenida Chapot Presvot' Vitoria. On the map   Photos
♥   Shopping area ' Avenida Paulista' São Paulo. On the map   Photos
♥   Shopping area ' Avenida Vital Brasil' Botucatu. On the map   Photos
♥   Shopping area ' Leblon' Rio de Janeiro. On the map   Photos
♥   Shopping area ' Princesa Isabel' Vitoria. On the map   Photos

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Salvador

From the series “The Most Magical and Picturesque Cities in the World”
Many travelers who have once visited the Brazilian city of El Salvador, will never forget the atmosphere of happiness and joy reigning in it. The Brazilian city has no equal in the number of festivals, carnivals and incendiary parties. It is not surprising that this is the city where the most colorful street decoration takes place. Since ancient times, the facades of houses here are usually painted in bright colors, which makes the appearance of strict historical structures simply inimitable.

For tourists the so-called "Upper City" is the most interesting. It is here that the most beautiful historical streets with colonial mansions are located. A significant part of the historical buildings today are occupied by government institutions, and in some buildings interesting museums have been … Read all

Lencois Maranhenses Beach

From the series “Top 15 Most Romantic Beaches on Earth”
Lencois Maranhenses Beach is definitely one of the most unique beaches in the world. Located in Brazil, this natural site is on the territory of the nature reserve of the same name. It is a unique combination of snow-white sand dunes and azure waters that have formed beautiful lakes and lagoons. Located among sand, the ponds are formed by ordinary rainwater. It is noteworthy that the appearance of Lencois Maranhenses Beach is constantly changing under the influence of the wind.

The incredible natural sight can only be admired in rainy season. Besides the romantic walks along the beaches, tourists here have a great selection of other exciting entertainments. Fans of extreme sports will have an opportunity to ride on barkhans on a sand board, and also appreciate the beauty of the nature … Read all
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Shopping malls, boutiques and outlets in top cities of Brazil

Rio de Janeiro
A no less popular shopping center, Shopping Leblon, is open in the southern part of the city. It is also a great place to shop clothes and accessories for any taste. There are more than 200 stores in total in Shopping Leblon, including very interesting ones. There are also several special pavilions with handicrafts in the shopping center. A great choice of restaurants and cafes is a nice addition to shopping. There are several wonderful markets in Rio, and Feira Hippie is, without a doubt, … Read more
Salvador
If you want to spend the whole day shopping, you should not go shopping on Sunday. All major stores and shopping centers in the city are closed after one o'clock on this day. In any case, you will definitely not leave Salvador without shopping. It is worth considering the customs rules for the export of products and goods. Alcohol restrictions are quite strict, for example. Therefore, even if you really like cachaça, you should not buy it in dozens of liters. You will not be able to take more … Read more
Florianopolis
There is the most modern cinema in the city with seven halls and about two hundred shops in Iguatemi Florianópolis. You can also visit the new Floripa shopping center. About 160 stores are open here. In general, you can find products from the world's leading brands here. However, their prices are not much lower than in any other part of the world. So it may be worth focusing on stores from local manufacturers of clothing, shoes, cosmetics, and perfumes. Keep receipts until you pass customs … Read more
Natal
If you want to visit the Brazilian shopping mall, you should go to the largest shopping mall in Natal. It's called Midway Mall. There are 270 shops, a theatre, 7 screen cinema, and 4 restaurants there. In general, there is everything you need for a great shopping here. You can find both stores of local retail chains and boutiques from world-famous manufacturers of clothing, shoes, and perfumes in Midway Mall. If you want to combine a beach holiday and a shopping trip, go to Praia Shopping. … Read more
Brasilia
At the height of popularity is Conjunto Nacional shopping center, where residents of small surrounding towns come by for shopping on weekends. This shopping complex is the oldest in the city, its opening was held in 1971. Nowadays, the center houses over 300 shops selling locally produced goods only. The only downside is an everyday flow of visitors. Patio Brasil is one more known trading complex that includes more than 350 specialized shops. Here, besides traditional shopping pavilions with … Read more
Ilha Grande
Nobody would forbid you to pay with cash, of course, but eventually, you’ll miss just a couple of coins from a change. Don’t be surprised if you see a «20x6» on a price tag as you come to a grocery store. The point is that the locals buy goods in installments so often that people started to print all the price tags like this: «payment for month* installments date». You also can bargain on the local markets, but don’t be zealous. The locals don’t like getting into conflicts. So, the … Read more

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