There's going to be a lot of people descending on Brazil over the next few years, what with a World Cup and Olympics going on in the country. This also means that there's going to be tons of people looking for food. And while the masses are jamming the reservation books of every restaurant available, you can find plenty of great eats at the Mercado Municipal. Opened in 1933, this local landmark offers a huge array of fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, and spices, some of which are only available on-site. There's also a Gourmet Lounge offering ready-to-eat meals, and thanks to the interesting architecture — including stained glass windows by Russian artist Sorgenicht Conrad Filho — it's worth a visit even if you're not hungry.