Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil. The city is famous for its amazing landscape, its vibrant beach culture and its annual carnival. The harbor of Rio de Janeiro is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World with spectacular sights including Sugar Loaf mountain, Corcovado Peak (Christ the Redeemer statue) and the Tijuca hills. Sao Paulo, affectionately called “Sampa” by its residents, is a vibrant, business-oriented city in Brazil. The urban center has an exciting nightlife and unmissable steakhouses (churrascarias) filled to the brim with people of all ages. With many museums, cultural attractions, concert halls, and theaters, Sao Paulo is one of the cultural centers of Brazil.