Brazil Tourist Guide: get information here to plan your holidays in Brazil in Vietnam within a reasonable budget. Visit the official site of Brazil:
The largest international airport in Brazil is São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport. It is the hub of TAM airlines which has direct flights to many capital cities in South America:
The second largest airport in Brazil is Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport:
Direct flights from these airports include:
North America: New York, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, and Toronto.
Europe: Lisbon by TAP, Madrid by Iberia, Amsterdam and Paris by KLM-Air France, London by British Airways, Frankfurt and Munich by Lufthansa, Istanbul by Turkish Airlines.
Asia: Seoul by Korean Air, Tel Aviv by ELAL, Doha by Qatar Airways, and Dubai by Emirates.
With a coastline of 8,500 km navigable, Brazil has 37 public ports, between sea and river, which move annually about 700 million tons of various goods and accounts alone for more than 90% of exports. Some of the most important sea ports in Brazil include Manaus, Natal, Porto Alegre, Recife, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, and Santos.
A car is a good idea if you want to explore scenic areas, e.g. the historic cities of Minas Gerais, the Rio-Santos highway, or the beaches in North-East Brazil. There are the usual car rental companies at the airports.
BY BUS: Long-distance buses are a convenient and economical way to travel between regions. The bus terminal (rodoviária) in cities play a role akin to train stations in many countries. Brazil has a very good long distance bus network. It has direct lines to the nearest few state capitals, and also to other large cities within the same range.
ACCOMMODATION: Visit these sites for budget rate accommodations: