Cheap flights to Brazil

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Flights to Brazil in 2022

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One-way fromRp 16,244,257One-way flight from Denpasar Bali Ngurah Rai (DPS) to Brazil

Which day is cheapest to fly to Brazil?

The cheapest flights to Brazil are usually found when departing on a Monday. The departure day with the highest cost at present is Tuesday.

How long is the flight to Brazil?

There are several cheap flights to Brazil, especially popular tourist places like Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo from both Jakarta airports; Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and Halim Perdanakusuma Airport. The time taken by flights to Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, from Jakarta Airport is around 32h 12m and from Surabaya Airport, it is about 40h 12m. If you are taking a flight to Guarulhos International Airport, São Paulo, another popular city in Brazil, the flight is around 25h 40m from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Jakarta, and 34h from Surabaya Airport. Qatar Airways, Emirates, Air France, Singapore Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Air Europa, and KLM are some of the airlines providing Brazil flight deals.

Where can you get direct flights to Brazil from?

There are no direct flights to Brazil from Indonesia. If you are travelling to a city like Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo from any of the Jakarta or Surabaya airports then there will be a minimum of two stopovers. Depending on the airline, the stopover airports can be Doha, Dubai, Singapore, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, or Tokyo. Flights to São Paulo Airport from Jakarta also have a minimum of one stop. You can checkout deals from multiple airlines that offer cheap flight deals to Brazil.

What is the best way to travel around Brazil?

The mode of transport around Brazil depends on whether you are restricting travel to one or two cities or if you want to travel all across Brazil. Since it is a big country, domestic travel through air is preferred but is expensive. Buses are also an option for intercity travel but they are not very reliable. If you are travelling around cities like Rio and São Paulo then use the metro, as it is easy to travel and safe compared to a bus ride. If you are in São Paulo city and want to visit Parque Estadual Fontes do Ipiranga then metro trains start from Luz Station and can take you to the destination in approximately 50m. Taxis are another option and are found in abundance, and are a cheap and safe way of transport, especially for night travel. It is better to call and book a taxi rather than taking one off the street. You can also hire a car at the airport.

What are some things to do in Brazil?

Brazil is a huge country and hence those travelling for the first time need to pick and choose to get the best travel experience. When in Rio, visit the Cristo Redentor and Corcovado, which is a huge art statue of Jesus with outstretched arms. The Museum of Tomorrow is a science museum that has futuristic and immersive exhibits. To get a feel of Rio’s musical heritage, visit the Pedra Do Sal. This birthplace of samba has a carnival vibe with street parties on Friday night. São Paulo has many interesting places to visit like the Museu de Arte and Museu Afro Basil to get to know the art scene. A leisurely stroll along Avenida Paulista or the Ibirapuera Park. Don’t miss the food at Mercado Municipal.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly to Brazil?

Indonesian passengers travelling to Brazil do not need a visa for business or tourism if the visit is for 30 days. The passport should be carried and should have a validity of at least six months from the date of visa application.

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