Travel maps of Brazil including Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, and the Amazon.

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Map of Brazil

Brazil Maps

These free, printable travel maps of Brazil are divided into nine regions:

Explore Brazil with these helpful travel maps from the fourth edition of Moon Brazil.

Rio de Janeiro

Squeezed between lush mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, Rio de Janeiro is one of the world’s most visually stunning cities. Historically and culturally rich, its iconic sights include Pão de Açúcar, Corcovado, and the beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema. Its compelling architecture and terrific museums are complemented by a relaxing vibe and pulsing nightlife. The small state of Rio de Janeiro has numerous getaways from the urban bustle, ranging from cool mountain retreats and virgin Atlantic rain forests to beautiful sandy beaches.

Highlights of Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

Maps - Brazil 4e - Brazil - Rio de Janeiro City

Rio de Janeiro City

Travel map of Rio Centro

Rio Centro

Maps - Brazil 4e - Brazil - Botafogo and Leme

Botafogo and Leme

Travel map of Ipanema, Leblon, and Lagoa

Ipanema, Leblon, and Lagoa

Maps - Brazil 4e - Brazil - Petrópolis


São Paulo

The city of São Paulo, Brazil’s economic and cultural powerhouse, is often overlooked by foreign tourists, but this megametropolis offers a wealth of artistic, gastronomic, nightlife, and shopping options. Its electric hustle can be felt on the main drag of Avenida Paulista, but urban oases, such as Parque do Ibirapuera, also abound. The interior of São Paulo state possesses Alpine-style resorts and unspoiled swaths of forest. The Litoral Norte features a string of trendy beach resort towns whose sugary sands are framed by mountains.

Maps - Brazil 4e - Brazil - São Paulo City

São Paulo City

Maps - Brazil 4e - Brazil - São Paulo City

São Paulo City

Maps - Brazil 4e - Brazil - Avenida Paulista and Jardins

Avenida Paulista & Jardins

Maps - Brazil 4e - Brazil - Sao Paulo State

São Paulo State

Travel map of Ilhabela


Travel map of Ubatuba


Maps - Brazil 4e - Brazil - Centro Sao Paulo

São Paulo Centro

The South

Known as O Sul (The South), the trio of narrow states running south from São Paulo is very different from the rest of Brazil. The area was settled largely by 19th-century immigrants from Germany, Poland, Ukraine, and Italy, and European influence remains strong. Striking natural attractions include the windswept beaches of Santa Catarina, the rugged Serra Gaúcha mountain range of Rio Grande do Sul, and the jaw-dropping, body-drenching spectacle of Iguaçu Falls.

Travel map of the South

The South

Travel map of Curitiba


Travel map of Iguaçu Falls and Vicinity

Iguaçu Falls and Vicinity

Travel map of Porto Alegre

Porto Alegre

Travel map of Ilha de Santa Catarina

Ilha de Santa Catarina

Minas Gerais

Despite important mining and metal industries and the sophisticated capital, Belo Horizonte, this inland state has a rural character enhanced by its craggy mountains, robust cuisine, and bracing cachaças. Minas Gerais is also steeped in history: You’ll find extravagant baroque churches lined with pure gold along with 17th-century colonial mining towns such as Ouro Preto, Mariana, São João del Rei, Tiradentes, and Diamantina. Collectively known as the cidades históricas, each one has its own flavor, but all showcase splendid Brazilian colonial architecture.

Travel map of Minas Gerais

Minas Gerais

Travel map of Belo Horizonte

Belo Horizonte

Travel map of Ouro Preto

Ouro Preto

Travel map of São João del Rei

São João del Rei

Travel map of Tiradentes


Brasília, Goiás, and the Pantanal

Brazil’s space-age capital, Brasília, sits in a flat plateau region known as the Planalto. The city symbolically marks the heart of Brazil and offers a unique mélange of utopian modernist architecture. Brasília is the gateway to the state of Goiás, which features colonial towns and the savanna-like Cerrado riddled with waterfalls. Farther west, Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul constitute a vast Wild West region with a frontier feel. Both states share the Pantanal, the world’s largest wetlands, which teems with wildlife.

Travel map of Brasília, Goiás, and the Pantanal

Brasília, Goiás, and the Pantanal

Travel map of Brasília, Goiás, and the Pantanal

Brasília, Goiás, and the Pantanal

Travel map of Brasília


Travel map of the Pantanal

The Pantanal


Salvador was Brazil’s first capital, a legacy that has left it with a captivating historical center and one of Brazil’s most potent traditional cultures. A strong African influence colors everything from religious celebrations and festas to music, dance, and cuisine. Bahia boasts Brazil’s longest coastline and some of its most captivating tropical beaches. Inland, the Chapada Diamantina is a lush oasis of mountains and waterfalls, speckled with colonial diamond-mining towns.

Travel map of Bahia


Travel map of Bahia


Travel map of Barra and Rio Vermelho

Barra and Rio Vermelho

Travel map of Pelourinho and Centro

Pelourinho and Centro

Travel map of Porto Seguro

Porto Seguro

Travel map of Chapada Diamantina

Chapada Diamantina

Pernambuco and Alagoas

Pernambuco’s coastal capital, Recife, is steeped in a vibrant local culture, while Olinda is one of Brazil’s most seductive colonial towns, with baroque churches perched on palmy hills and a thriving artists’ scene. Inland, the rich culture of the Sertão offers a feast of forró, sun-dried beef, and artisanal traditions. Heading south, the coast is lined with drop-dead gorgeous beaches. The snorkeling is superb along the coast of Alagoas, a tiny state to the south, anchored by its laid-back capital, Maceió.

Travel map of Pernambuco and Alagoas

Pernambuco and Alagoas

Travel map of Pernambuco and Alagoas

Pernambuco and Alagoas

Travel map of Recife


Travel map of Maceió


The Northeast Coast

The beachscapes in this region, which extend uninterrupted from Rio Grande do Norte across the state of Ceará and into Maranhão, vary from Saharan dunes navigable by buggy, sand board, or dromedary to sweeping white beaches backed by crumbling red cliffs. The bustling and touristy capital cities of Natal and Fortaleza offer access to rustic resorts, such as the famously secluded Jericoacoara. Maranhão provides a transition between the arid Northeast and the lush, wet Amazon. Its island capital of São Luís possesses an atmospheric colonial center.

Travel map of the Northeast Coast

The Northeast Coast

Travel map of the Northeast Coast

The Northeast Coast

Travel map of Natal


Travel map of Fortaleza


Travel map of São Luís

São Luís

The Amazon

The vast forested region bisected by the Amazon River and its thousands of tributaries is referred to as O Norte (The North). Its two largest states, Amazonas and Pará, are sparsely populated, and the river continues to be the major source of life and transportation. The rain forest is best explored from trips out of Amazonas’s buzzing capital, Manaus, and the town of Santarém, where you can also bask on white-sand river beaches. At the Amazon’s mouth is the alluring colonial city of Belém and the Switzerland-size Ilha de Marajó.

Travel map of the Amazon

The Amazon

Travel map of the Amazon

The Amazon

Travel map of the Amazon River

The Amazon River

Travel map of Belém


Travel map of Manaus


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