Brazil is known as a country of extremes. Parties last all night, carnivals are wild, the atmosphere is always high, and the beaches and landscapes are the most beautiful. This vibrant country exudes a zest for life! On our intercontinental flights to Brazil you’ll enjoy an à la carte menu to suit any dietary requirements, a personal entertainment system loaded with a selection of films and TV programmes as well as in-flight Wi-Fi.
Where to Visit in Brazil
Start your trip to Brazil at Rio de Janeiro (GIG), the famous and high energy capital city. Here you can take part in the famous “Carnaval” in February and visit the landmark statue of Christ the Redeemer sat atop Mount Corcovado. You can also take a cable car ride to the top of Sugarloaf Mountain for amazing views of the city, or spend a day lounging on the incredible Copacabana Beach. Next, travel to Salvador da Bahia (SSA) to explore the more relaxed pace of life in Brazil. There is also a lot of history here, so you can take some time to explore the museums and architecture. Recife (REC) is another great destination. This pretty city is surrounded by rivers and lakes and has plenty of beaches for you to unwind. Finally, São Paulo (GRU) is a thriving mega-city with tall skyscrapers, a thriving business district and great shopping.
Other great destinations in this diverse and vast country served by Air Europa include Aracaju (AJU), Belém (BEL), Belo Horizonte (CNF), Campo Grande (CGR), Cuiabá (CB), Goiânia (GYN), Foz do Iguaçu (IGU), Ilhéus (IOS), Londrina (LDB), Manaus (MAO), Maringá (MGF), Natal (NAT), Navegantes (NVT), Porto Seguro (BPS), and Vitória (VIX).
Extending Your Trip in Brazil
With so much to see and do in Brazil, you may want to extend your trip and explore more of the country. Some amazing attractions you should consider adding to your itinerary include:
- Porto de Galinhas: Only an hour drive from Recife, this is a beautiful beach resort with white sand, crystal clear ocean and plenty of marine wildlife. When the sea goes out, pretty natural rock pools are left behind providing a place to enjoy a dip and cool down.
- Campos do Jordão: Nicknamed ‘the Switzerland of Brazil’, you can head here for delightful holiday chalets and resorts. While getting there takes some three hours from São Paulo, this is a popular destination in summer because it is highly elevated and offers an escape from the heat. In winter (July), it also has a renowned music festival.
- Lençóis Maranhenses National Park: Located four hours away from São Luís, on the northern coast of the country, these huge sand dunes collect water (and somehow fish!) during the torrential downpours in July that can create pools up to 3-metre-deep. You can swim in the hot pools, but they do vanish in the dry season!
The Weather in Brazil
Brazil is hot year-round and varies between being very humid and very dry. The climate is different in the mountains and the south where it can be cooler. November-May is the rainy season.
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