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You can go for a walk through the market place in Campo de' Fiori, drive through the back streets where you see the artisans at work in their shops: the upholsterer making a couch, the blacksmith putting a new lock on an old door, the carpenter restoring an antique piece of furniture and ...well dressed executives discussing their business while sitting in a sidewalk café!....
Pantanal – The Brazilian wetlands
Its a good alternative to the Amazon forest, as its a lot easier to get to than the rainforests, plus apparently its easier to spot animals here as the forests are not as dense.Getting thereIf you are in Brazil, you can enter the Pantanal from the North through the city of Cuiaba or the South through the city of Campo Grande....