The plane used to transport the Brazilian national squad around the country for the World Cup is now a flying work of art
Surprise inspections turn up and confiscate expired food from hotels hosting the Italian and English teams
iReporter Richard Romero shared with us a picture of the beach in Rio during Winter. What's your best shot of Brazil's party hub?
The daily sucos is a sacred ritual in Rio, a tonic to beat the heat, get a boost of natural vitamins
Outside the Brazilian party capital lie a tropical island, a 17th-century colonial town and a beach resort for stars and surfers
Once seedy and derelict, the city's cultural heart now swings to the sounds of samba
Five minutes and 30 seconds of travel envy coming up
An Avianca Airlines passenger jet lands in Brasilia, Brazil, after its front landing gear failed to deploy
Residents call it "Sampa" -- that's not the only local secret you'll find in this guide to one of the world's most vibrant megacities
Hurry up and read this story before it melts all over your hands!
Rooms in Rio's favelas could go for as little as $50 a night