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Recife/Olinda: Carnival in Recife and Olinda is celebrated by approximately 1.5 million people along 12 km of streets.About 100 dolls 3.6-meter tall, some dating as far back as 1932, are unique to the Saturday parade in Olinda.From a traveller perspective, South America splits into roughly three regions.The more developed Southern countries of Argentina, Uruguay and Chile; with their European feel, political stability and relatively high standards (not to mention great wine and meat). Then you have the less developed ' Inca and Amazon' countries - Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador/Colombia.During summer (December-February) many Brazilians take holiday's, making travel both difficult and expensive.At the same time, in Rio and the rest of the south the humidity is nasty.The cost of accommodation in Rio during this time is very high and you are normally required to stay the week.
South America on the whole lacks difficult border crossings and visa headaches (although Americas will occasionally run into hefty charges).
Summer is also the most festive time of year, as Brazilians escape their apartments and take to the beaches and streets.
School holidays begin in mid-December and go through to Carnival, usually held in late February (the weekend and days before Ash Wednesday).
Rio: Takes place along a 700-meter runway, also know as Sambódromo, an open-air stadium built 21 years ago to house the two-day extravaganza that dates back to 1932.
About 70,000 people cheer from the grandstands, with tourists paying from US0 to US,000 to watch the spectacle.