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Cheap flights from Brazil

Officially referred to as the Federative Republic of Brazil, Brazil is the largest of all the countries within both South America and Latin America. It is also the world’s fifth largest country. Brazil occupies a total area of an estimated 8.5 million square kilometres or 3.3 square miles, and is home to approximately 202.8 million inhabitants as of 2014. The country’s capital is Brasilia, and its largest city is Sao Paulo. Brazil is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, as well as all the other South American countries except for Ecuador and Chile.

Where to go

Brazil is famous for world renowned attractions such as Christ the Redeemer, a giant Art Deco statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, on top of the 700-metre Corcovado mountain in the Tijuca Forest National Park. It serves as a symbol for Brazilian Christianity and an icon for the city of Rio de Janeiro. Other popular points of interest in Brazil also include Sugarloaf Mountain, Iguazu Falls, Copacabana, Ipanema, Fernando de Noronha, Tijuca Forest, and Ibirapuera Park, to name a few. As a major urban park in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Ibirapuera Park is a great spot for various leisure activities, jogging, walking, among others, due to its vast open area that also offers a lively cultural experience with its music halls and museums. The park is considered to be among the largest city parks in South America along with Chapultepec Park and Simon Bolivar Park. When within the park, some of its main features include the Marquise, the Cicillo Matarazzo Pavilion, the Manoel da Nobrega Pavilion, the Armando de Arruda Pereiro Pavilion, and more.

Fly out to these short-haul destinations from Brazil. Sao Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport operates nonstop flights to Buenos Aires, Argentina; Bogota, Colombia; and Santiago, Chile, among others. Bogota in the country of Colombia is known for many tourist destinations like Gold Museum, Museo Botero, Monserrate, Colombian National Museum, Bolivar Square, Bogota Botanical Garden, Quinta de Bolivar, 93 Park, and Primatial Cathedral of Bogota, to name a few. Bogota’s Gold Museum is a museum that was founded in the late 1930s to house a selection of Pre-Hispanic gold works, considered to be the largest collection worldwide. At present, the museum features an estimated 55,000 pieces.

When looking for long-haul destinations from Brazil, some of the destinations within Europe and Asia that should not be missed include Paris, France; Beijing, China; and London, United Kingdom. Get to London and visit its most popular sights and attractions such as the Tower of London, London Eye, Buckingham Palace, Palace of Westminster, Natural History Museum, Madame Tussauds London, and Big Ben, to name a few. The British Museum is dedicated to human history and culture. Located within London’s Bloomsbury area, it features a sizable collection of approximately eight million pieces and receives around 6.7 annual visitors as of 2014. The museum highlights numerous departments namely Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan; Department of Greece and Rome; Department of Middle East; Department of Asia; along with the Department of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas, to name a few.

When looking for long-haul destinations from Brazil, some of the destinations within Europe and Asia that should not be missed include Paris, France; Beijing, China; and London, United Kingdom. Get to London and visit its most popular sights and attractions such as the Tower of London, London Eye, Buckingham Palace, Palace of Westminster, Natural History Museum, Madame Tussauds London, and Big Ben, to name a few. The British Museum is dedicated to human history and culture. Located within London’s Bloomsbury area, it features a sizable collection of approximately eight million pieces and receives around 6.7 annual visitors as of 2014. The museum highlights numerous departments namely Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan; Department of Greece and Rome; Department of Middle East; Department of Asia; along with the Department of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas, to name a few.

How to get out

Among the airports that serve the country of Brazil include Guarulhos International Airport, Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport, Congonhas Airport, and Galeão International Airport, to name a few. The busiest airport in Brazil is Guarulhos International Airport in Sao Paulo, also well-known as Cumbica Airport. The airport works as a hub for Avianca Brazil and TAM Airlines, and also as focus city for Gol Transportes Aereos and Azul Brazilian Airlines. The airport operates scheduled flights to Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Toronto, Beijing, Madrid, Paris, Los Angeles, London, Panama City, New York, Abu Dhabi, Aracaju, Seoul, Zurich, Porto Alegre, Chicago, and Houston, to name a few. The airlines that go to and from these stops include Aerolineas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air China, Air Europa, Air France, Avianca Brazil, Delta Air Lines, Copa Airlines, Etihad Airways, Gol Transportes Aeros, Korean Air, Swiss International Air Lines, TAM Airlines, and United Airlines.

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