Brasilia is the capital city of Brazil has the title of "Cultural Patrimony of Humanity" by UNESCO and boasts purely architectural attractions. A modern and a well planned city built in the 1960s; all the buildings were projected by 20th century renowned architect, Oscar Niemeyer.
The natural attractions and many attention-grabbing traveler destinations, in the beautiful tow of Brasilia are best to spend a day trips or exciting weekend getaways with family and friends. Among the most renowned modernists structures of the city are some very unique buildings such as the Television Tower, Cathedral Nossa Senhora Aparecida, the Juscelino Kubsticheck Memorial, Brasilia Airport and Claudio Santoro National Theater. This is a major commercial town of Brazil and as continuing the sports traditions, this city will be hosting both the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games. Some popular overnight trips or great excursions from this city are Itiquira Falls, which lies just 60 miles from here and world's largest natural hot springs resort the Caldas Novas is just 220 miles away from Brasilia.