With this guiding map in your hand, you'll be an expert on travelling!
France is well known for a lot of monuments such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe. It's lovely cafés, bakeries, and cuisine will leave you out amazed. I wonder what frog legs and snails taste like. It's capital, Paris, is the centre for worldwide fashion. France is also known for its accordion players and berets.
Spain is home to famous foods such as paella, chorizo, and many others known to man. It's also known for its colourful flamenco dancing and castanets. There's a place in Spain called Ibiza where they are known to party a lot, so it would be an ideal place to go when you want to celebrate. Another thing Spain is well known for is its tradition of bullfighting.
Germany is a wonderful place to visit and go sightseeing for monuments and is the home to historical figures such as Albert Einstein, Karl Marx, Max Weber and many more. There are over 25000 ancient castles. They are also known for their sausages, beer and bread. Germany produces an outstanding 1500 varieties of bread!
Rio in Brazil is home to the statue of Christ the Redeemer: one of the 7 wonders of the world. They are known for holding lots of carnivals. Did you know that each city in Brazil has at least one soccer stadium? Brazil is the only country in South America that speaks Portuguese, not Spanish. Brazil contains almost 60% of the Amazon rainforest. One of the typical foods that are eaten in Brazil is pastel de queijo: a cheese pastel.