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Flights to Brazil

Brasilia Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese
Brazilian Real 207,7 million
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A South American country along the Atlantic Ocean, Brazil hosts a rich ecosystem formed by the marvelous natural beauties. The country owns a variable climate by its lands both on the northern and southern hemispheres. The weather and climatic conditions vary by almost each city in Brazil which is a home to a cosmopolite population consisting of fun-loving, entertaining and warm-hearted people.

Have a look at the flights to Brazil offered by Turkish Airlines now to set your travel plan to this marvelous destination where you may see closely the football love of the locals, enliven your life with the stunning festivals and explore the spectacular rain forests.

Flight Details

Brazil flight details

Turkish Airlines flies to 37 different destinations in Brazil: Aracaju, Belem, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Campinas, Campo Grande, Chapecó, Cuiaba, Curitiba, Florianopolis, Fortaleza, Goiania, Ilheus, Imperatriz, Joao Pessoa, Joinville, Juazeiro do Norte, Londrina, Maceio, Manaus, Natal, Navegantes, Palmas, Passo Fundo, Porto Alegre, Porto Seguro, Recife, Ribeirao Preto, Rio Branco, Rio de Janeiro (2 different airports), Salvador, São José Do Rio Preto, Sao Luis, Sao Paulo (2 different airports) and Vitoria.

The airport of arrival in Turkish Airlines flights is Sao Paulo Guarulhos Airport (GRU) in Sao Paulo, which is the busiest airport in the country serving to more than 36 million passengers each year. Direct flights from Istanbul Airport (IST) take nearly 13 hours.

Carnivals taking place countrywide grab the attention of whole world, contributing greatly to the busy air traffic. The entire country wraps itself up in an utterly entertaining atmosphere especially throughout the Rio Carnival organized in March. Rio Carnival is doubtlessly among the top enjoyable events worldwide by its brilliant costumes, breathtaking dance shows, contests with the participation of thousands of people and the colorful Rio de Janeiro streets echoing with thunderous applauses.

Fashion Week in Sao Paolo is another great event, during which many artists visit the city to steer the fashion by their own designs. Anima Mundi Brazil International Animation Festival is held annually with huge participation every July mutually in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo. Moreover, Festival do Rio and Sao Paolo International Film Festival stand out as the remarkable film festivals taking place regularly in the country. In addition to these, Modern Art Week, Bahian Carnival and Festival de Gramado (Cinema) may be regarded as the delightful events and festivals organized countrywide.

Attraction Points

Brazil sightseeing and attractions

The capital Brasilia has become a totally well-organized and planned city following its construction which ended in 1960. Fascinating the visitors by its planned urbanization, the capital serves as an utterly delightful destination also by its modern architecture and perfectly fine details. As the most popular square in the city, Praca dos Tras Paderes shines out by contemporary works of art. Brasilia Cathedral, Palacio Itamaraty, Memorial of the Indigenous Peoples, Brasilia National Park, Dom Bosco Park, Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge, Park de Cidade and JK Memorial are among the touristic spots in the city.

Sao Paulo is the most visited and populous city countrywide. As an enjoyable Brazilian city in the South America with its population of 17 million, Sao Paulo is one of the prominent cities in the country in industry and tourism. Sao Paulo Museum of Art, Municipal Theater of Sao Paulo, Ibirapuera Park, Sao Paulo Cathedral, Sao Paulo Football Museum, the open market Mercado Municipal, Banespa Building, Catavento Museum, Sae Banto Monastery and Japanese District are among the most crowd-pulling destinations in the city.

Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city and the naughty child of the country… Hosting many amusing events as a globally known destination, the city is often cited as Rio. Popular beaches like Copacabana, together with Ipanema Coast, Sugar Loaf Mountain, Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden, Maracana Stadium, Tijuca National Park, Favela and Samba districts, and the Christ the Redeemer Statue at the summit are the most notable and popular destinations in this vigorous city.

Salvador owns a touristic value as a Brazilian city discovered by Amerigo Vespucci. The city full of rainforests mostly has rainy weather conditions. Although it is not convenient for swimming all the time as the coastline is extremely wavy and rough, Salvador remains totally joyous and lovely. Regarded as the country’s ambassador in cultural tourism, the city offers a wide range of cultural artifacts to see. This adorable destination is divided into two parts as Historic and New and is totally ideal for cultural tours, as well as taking a rest and walking around the beautiful streets. Make sure to visit during your stay the Historic Center Pelourinho, Sao Francisco Church, Frades Island, Elevator Lacerda, Porto de Barra, Farol de Barra and Piata Beach, which all are among the most appealing touristic spots.

You may use the bus services operating between the cities, or the domestic flights to see closely many destinations during your visit to Brazil. Furthermore, you may plan a more comfortable vacation by renting a car to ensure a smooth transport throughout your stay.

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