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From its sprawling rainforest to its vast wetlands and dense cities, Brazil has a line-up of adventures waiting. It’s home to more known species of plants, freshwater fish and mammals than any other country in the world, and its eclectic cultures bring unique languages, foods and music together. There’s nowhere else quite like it.

Fly to Rio de Janeiro with British Airways and dance samba or frevo during Carnaval. Then, book tickets to see a football game at the legendary Maracana stadium, where the passionate supporters are as much fun to watch as the game itself. See street art in Sao Paulo, where a wealth of murals and graffiti cover the city’s grey concrete walls. Beco de Batman is a top spot to admire the colourful creations. Make sure to head out into nature and explore all the waterfalls and rainforests the country has to offer too. Book your Brazil holiday now.

Brazil flight FAQs

How long is a flight to Brazil?

A flight from London to Brazil takes just under 12 hours.

Which airports does British Airways fly to Brazil from?

We fly direct to Brazil from London Heathrow.

What's the cheapest month to fly to Brazil?

Use our low fare finder to discover the cheapest time to visit Brazil. Winter and early spring are the most popular seasons to visit, so book your flights in late spring and summer if you want to pay less for your flights, but still enjoy warmer weather and plenty of festivals.

When's the best time to visit Brazil?

The best time to visit Brazil depends on the activities you’re interested in. The warmest months are usually between November and March, and they’re perfect for enjoying the New Year and Carnaval celebrations or going on a beach holiday along the coast. Mid-summer to early autumn is a great time to explore the Amazon Rainforest as it’s dry season, which is the best time for wildlife watching.

Is Brazil cheap to visit?

You can enjoy everything Brazil has to offer on any budget. Visit off-season in the spring and summer to avoid higher prices for hotels and activities. If you’re planning a city break, look out for food vendors serving local dishes at reasonable prices and do as much exploring by foot as you can. Spend a few days on the beach for a budget-friendly and relaxing experience. And if you’re heading off on an Amazon Rainforest adventure, do some research before you go on places to stay and book guides that suit your budget.

Is it easy to get around Brazil?

Public transport in Brazil is modern and efficient, and many of the larger cities like Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo have extensive subway systems. Look out for multi-day metro passes to save money. Buses are also easy and cheap to use for city or long-distance travel. There are also plenty of licensed taxis that can be booked through apps.

You can also hire a car with British Airways if you want to get out of the city and see more of what Brazil has to offer. You’ll receive great benefits, with all mandatory charges included and 24-hour customer support, plus you’ll collect Avios points on every rental.

Why visit Brazil?

A country of beautiful white-sand beaches, luscious rainforests, buzzing metropolises and diverse ecosystems, there’s something for everyone in Brazil. Enjoy the delicious food, rich culture and discover the country’s festivals throughout the year for a taste of the authentic Brazilian way of life.

Why fly British Airways?

With outstanding service starting the minute you book, you can choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price including a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 24 hours before you fly. On board our planes, you’ll find HEPA-filtered air, quality catering and a warm, uniquely British welcome. Sit back, relax and let us take care of you every step of the way.

Rio de Janeiro: Highlights

  • Get up close to Cristo Redentor – known in English as Christ the Redeemer – on top of Corcovado. You can catch a cog train up to the top from inside the Parque Nacional da Tijuca.
  • Take in the views from the peak of Sugarloaf Mountain at sunset and admire panoramas of the entire city.
  • Enjoy your evening in Lapa, the centre of Rio’s vibrant night scene, with dozens of music clubs, bars and old-fashioned restaurants found along its avenues.

Sao Paulo: Highlights

  • Visit the Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo to see pieces by famous artists like Brazil’s Portinari and Anita Malfatti.
  • Take a tour of Edificio Copan, a modernist building with a serpentine façade, a shopping arcade and a spectacular rooftop.
  • Wander round Mercado Municipal, a market inside a domed stained-glass structure. Here you’ll find all things edible and delicious.

Brazil Travel Essentials

Flight time

12 hours

Time zone

GMT -3

Currency

Brazilian Real

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