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Celebrities' Travel Destination

They have a passport that can make everyone jealous. From the Americas to Europe, Alessandra Ambrosio, Marlon Teixeira, Laura Neiva, Dani Braga, and Bruna Tenório are travelers experts—and that includes taking advantage of business travels, ok? We've talked about it and picked the best hotspots for you.


What is the best vacation you've ever had?
It's hard to choose just one place, but the St. Barth Island in the Caribbean is one of the destinations that I always go to work, so it is special.

What are your hotspots?
St. Barth is the perfect place to relax. The beach of Saint Jean is great for taking the kids; the Cheval Blanc hotel has a super cool restaurant for lunch and, of course, impossible to be there and not see the sunset at Shell Beach—my favorite beach!

What do you usually pack in your suitcase?
Besides several bikinis and fresh items, I also pack some winter clothes in case the weather changes.

What makes your holiday destination special?
The people, the energy of the place and being with my family.


Where are you going to travel this holiday season?
It has always been a dream to do volunteer work in Africa or some South American country, and now I have decided that I am going to do it with my boyfriend, but I haven't decided yet which place I should go to.

What is the best vacation you've ever had?
I always was fascinated by India. By the time I was there I was working but I had the opportunity to know a little bit about the culture and the people, it was a wonderful experience. They are very receptive!

Which items people should pack for a perfect suitcase?
To be honest I'm the best suitcase packer (LOL). My key pieces are good jeans and sneakers because they go with everything!

Do you have any tips for those who are always traveling?
Be practical! Choose exactly what you need to wear during the travel period so there will be nothing extra.


What is the best vacation you've ever had?
Indonesia, one of the best places to surf.

Have you been there before?
Yes, I spent there a month traveling in a boat, it was amazing!

What did you like to do in Indonesia?
For me, who love to catch waves, is surfing. But besides that is to eat because the food there is delicious.

What do you usually pack in your suitcase?
I try not to carry too many things, but I always pack some shorts and t-shirts. I prefer to pack many surfboards as I can (LOL).

Is there a place would you still want to visit?
I'm lucky to travel to different destinations for work, but I don't know many countries in Asia yet, so I want to explore them very soon.


What is the best vacation you've ever had?
There were several, but one that is special was when I spent the carnival in Rio de Janeiro only with my best friends. I think that rather than the place are the people that can make an unforgettable trip.

And what do you like to do most when you're in Rio?
It's funny because I almost never go to the beach since Rio has the most beautiful beaches in the world. However, my favorite neighborhood there is Baixo Gávea. I also go to some bars and restaurants in Botafogo, such as "Espaço Caverna" and "Oke Ka Baiana Tem."

Do you usually have a trip itinerary while you are traveling?
Whether in Brazil or elsewhere, I prefer to be free to decide where I'm going to or what I'm going to do, because there's always plenty of possibilities to discover something cool along the way.


Which destination would you like to go to?
I have a passion for "Espirito Santo" in Brazil because the beaches there don't have many tourists and the water is crystal-clear. I like quiet places since I always live in a rush.

What do you usually pack in your suitcase?
A long dress for me is a checkmate! You can use it both during the day and at night. Also, I love high heels, so it is always in my suitcase as well as my bikinis and a good sunscreen.

Is there a place would you still want to visit?
I had scheduled my vacation to go to Egypt, but unfortunately, I could not make it yet, so I'll be there as soon as I can.

What makes your holiday destination special?
I think the food and the atmosphere can make all the difference.

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