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• Brazil – Transport.
Domestic Flights: Brazil has an extensive domestic flight network, and air travel is often the quickest and most convenient way to cover long distances. Research airlines that operate within Brazil, compare prices, and book your flights in advance to secure the best deals.
Intercity Buses: Brazil has a well-developed intercity bus network connecting major cities and towns. Bus travel is often more affordable than flying and provides an opportunity to experience the landscapes and local culture.
The bus schedule for the urban passenger transport service in large and small cities can be consulted on the website ⇒ Horario de Onibus
99app.com is a popular ride-hailing app in Brazil, similar to Uber. It allows you to request rides from professional drivers, including taxis and private cars, for convenient and reliable transportation in major cities across the country.
Brazil has an extensive network of intercity buses, connecting cities and towns throughout the country. Bus travel is a popular and affordable option. Several reliable bus companies operate in Brazil, including Viação Cometa and Pluma.
- Brasil by Bus is a platform that sells tickets for foreigners from a brazilian brand called DeÔnibus.
- Busca Ônibus is a useful resource for finding bus schedules.
- Brazil Bus Travel – specializes in bus travel in Brazil.
⇒ The bus schedule for the urban passenger transport service in large and small cities can be consulted on the website ⇒ Horario de Onibus
The Companhia Brasileira de Trens Urbanos (CBTU) is the official website of the Brazilian Urban Trains Company.
Serra Verde Express: This train route connects the city of Curitiba in the state of Paraná to the coastal town of Morretes.
Maria Fumaça in Minas Gerais: In the state of Minas Gerais, you can experience a nostalgic ride on the historic steam train called Maria Fumaça (smokestack Mary). The train operates between the towns of São João del-Rei and Tiradentes, passing through picturesque countryside and colonial architecture.
Trem do Pantanal: This train journey takes you through the Pantanal region, one of the world’s largest tropical wetlands. The train route starts from Campo Grande, the capital of Mato Grosso do Sul state, and travels to the town of Miranda.
Trem da Serra da Mantiqueira: This scenic train ride runs between Passa Quatro in Minas Gerais and the small town of Coronel Fulgêncio in São Paulo state.
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Most all airports with regular passenger traffic are operated by the federal – Infraero. They have a very convenient website, with an English version.
Brazil has a well-developed domestic flight network, making air travel an efficient option for covering long distances. Major cities have airports with connections to various destinations across the country. Airlines such as LATAM, Gol, and Azul offer domestic flights.
Azul’s subsidiary Azul Conecta and VoePass offer short-haul flights to smaller regional airports throughout the country.
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In northern Brazil, it is possible to travel many distances by boat. In fact, the boat is the main and most accessible means of transport to get around the Amazon, since the Amazon Forest is cut by many rivers and some cities are inaccessible by road. Amazon Explorers is a tour operator specializing in boat trips and river transport in the Amazon region. Paraty Tours is a tourism company in Paraty, a coastal town in Rio de Janeiro state.
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Iberostar Grand Amazon offers luxury cruises along the Amazon River, departing from Manaus.
Amazon Nature Tours specializes in small-group Amazon river cruises, focusing on eco-friendly and sustainable travel.
Amazon Clipper Cruises offers various cruise options, including traditional riverboat experiences and adventure-focused itineraries.
Rainforest Cruises is a platform that offers a selection of Amazon river cruises, including options in Brazil.
Driver’s License: International tourists can drive in Brazil with a valid driver’s license from their home country. It is recommended to carry an International Driving Permit (IDP) alongside your regular driver’s license for translation purposes, although it may not always be strictly required.
Many roads are in good condition, especially in the east and south of the country and along the coast. In other areas and outside the metropolitan regions there are also gravel and dirt roads for which an off-road vehicle can be strongly recommended.
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VISAS & IMMIGRATION.
Visas are required for foreigners to enter and stay in the Brazilian territory for any period of time. Special Visa Categories.