Flights to Brazil
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More Information about Brazil
Flights from the UK to Brazil generally disembark in Rio De Janeiro or Sao Paolo, where the country’s main international airports are based.
The long-haul flight to Brazil takes over 11 hours non-stop.
The total flight duration from London to Rio De Janeiro or Sao Paolo is 11 hours and 40 minutes.
Flights from the UK to Brazil will usually disembark in either Galeão-Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport in Rio de Janeiro, or São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport in Sao Paulo.
A Portuguese colony until gaining independence in 1822, Brazil has since had waves of Italian, German, Spanish, Polish, Japanese and Portuguese immigration. This has added to the diversity of a country which already has a distinctly varied geography and regional histories. But music is a common denominator everywhere – styles include choro, samba, bossa nova, caipira, forro and funk. Locals rock to their rhythm, whatever it may be, with wide smiles and a hearty encouragement for visitors to join in.
Here you can easily swap your dancing shoes for none at all (on the 7,000 kilometres of beaches) or strap those boots on for a hike you won't forget. The Amazon beckons, as do the savannas in the northeast, the Atlantic forest in the southeast, wetlands in the central west, and pampas in the south. When the bright lights beckon again, lose yourself in the sprawling, feisty Rio de Janeiro or cultural capital Sao Paulo.
Global travel restrictions are being updated regularly, so we have curated a round-up of the latest travel advice and safety tips by destination. If you're planning a holiday to Brazil, please visit our travel advice hub.
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