Brazil's capitol of Brasilia features a unique background and interesting attractions. There you can find charming churches, interesting museums together with the great variety of hotels in Brasilia. Juscelino Kubitschek was the person guilty for moving the capital from Rio de Janeiro to Brasilia. He devised the city plans and designed a modern city with specific zones for specific activities. Brazil's foremost designers, artists, and architects have all left their mark on Brasilia.

One of Brasilia's most well-known attractions is the Congresso Nacional. It is a construction that looks like a tall tower rising between two bowls, one turned up and one turned down. Tours run on a daily basis, so you might be capable to get a glimpse of government in progress as the Congresso Nacional houses both the Senate and the Chamber of the Deputies.

The Catedral Metropolitana Nossa Senhora Aparecida is one additional favorite tourist attractions. This cathedral is located close to the Congresso Nacional, and resembles an inverted chalice and a crown of thorns. The beauty of the exterior is surpassed only by the attractiveness of the inside of the cathedral. Lots of sculptures and extensive stained glass work overhead make it a real masterpiece of art. Nearby are located some astounding Brasilia hotels and by selecting one of them you may appreciate amazing views and you will be just in walking distance from city’s top rated attractions.

JK monument is one more attraction of Brasilia which is worth visited. Visitors can pay their respects to the founder of the city, and view a number of personal artifacts of the former President which are on display. Also of interest at this monument is an exhibition of failed city plans and photos of the building phases that Brasilia endured.

The Parque Nacional de Brasilia is a national park with walking trails, an enjoyable way to spend an afternoon. Within the park you will find two mineral springs, which brings visitors who bath in their healing waters.

No visit to Brasilia would be complete without a trip to the top of the TV Tower. It is placed nearly 250 feet in the air. The TV Tower in Brasilia is probably the tallest of its kind in the world. On the weekends, there's a market at the base of the tower. In case you are lucky enough to time your ascent to a sunset, you can get the most magnificent views in all of Brazil.

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