One of the entrances to the Amazon region, Belém is its largest city. A metropolitan area with a stunning river coast. The municipality includes 42 islands and a huge forest park. Known for its mango trees and heavy rains, the cities temperature is hot and humid throughout the year, as the warmth of its people.
Belém offers many places of interest, such as the Ver-o-Peso Market, but all of them fall short if compared to its traditional food. An incredible variety of fishes from the Amazon Basin and endless fruits and spices form the rainforest forms an unmatched cuisine, available only there.
With intense music rhythms, the city dances every night and has a wide range of bars and clubs for all tastes. It gathers millions for the world's largest catholic procession, 15 days of celebrations and cultural boom during the month of October. Belém offers an unforgettable cultural experience.