Brazil is well linked with other parts of the world. Be it by flight, bus, train or car and boat, you will get all the options here.
The international airports in Brazil are located at São Paulo or Rio de Janeiro. Regular flights from Europe (Lisbon) connect to Recife, Fortaleza, Natal, and Salvador. The regional airports Belem and Manaus also have by flights from Miami, French Guiana, Suriname, and Guadeloupe. Direct flights operate from Sao Paulo and/or Rio de Janeiro to Lisbon, Porto, Madrid, Paris, London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Milan and Zurich. You can also fly from North American cities like Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Miami, New York, Toronto, and Washington which are linked by daily flights. There are direct flights from South American as well as Asian countries.
The main routes which you can take to reach here by car are :
There is a long-distance bus service which links Brazil to its neighboring countries. You will get buses from Buenos Aires, Asunción, Montevideo, Santiago de Chile, and Lima. Here the Brazil land transport authority has international bus lines connecting it to different countries.
Go to Brazil by boat cruise on the mighty Amazon river. The waterways connect northern Brazil with Peru, Venezuela and Colombia. But be prepared for a 12-day cruise which may get tiresome in the end.
Though train service is practically nonexistent, you can still try out Trem da Morte, or Death Train, which connects Santa Cruz, Bolivia, to a small town just across the border from Corumbá in the State of Mato Grosso do Sul.
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Choose the suitable mode of transport in Brazil and just go and indulge in an exciting holiday here.
There are lot of other options for entertainment in Brazil like boat rides, nature hiking, surfing, diving, eco-tourism, kite-surfing, wakeboard and banana ski etc. Come and have an exciting Brazil tour.
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