Brasilia is the capital city of Brazil and is the ninth most populous city of South America. This planned city is famous for its unique architectures and modern buildings. One of the most prominent architectures is the Cathedral of Brasilia- a unique building designed by Niemeyer in 1970. Praça dos Três Poderes is another Niemeyer designed plaza. Palácio do Planalto which is the official workplace of the President of Brazil stands as a symbol of Brazilian democracy. This one-of-a-kind nature of Brasilia doesn’t just stop here. When you see the sculpture by Bruno Giorgi at Itamaraty Palace that symbolizes the union of five continents, you cannot stop marveling at Brasilia’s beauty.
Not only architecture but Brasilia’s natural beauty is another reason why people love to be here. Try fishing on the pier of Paranoá Lake or take an evening walk over the Juscelino Kubitschek bridge gazing at the picturesque surroundings of the lake, look at the majestic waterfall of Itiquira, or indulge in birdwatching at Parque Olhos D'Água. Brasilia’s calm and serene atmosphere will make you love the city even more. Let us have a look at what some interesting things to do in Brasilia are.