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While there are more than just a few landmarks in Brazil, most momondo users find Praia de Ipanema, Copacabana Beach, Praia da Barra da Tijuca, and Leblon Beach to be the most interesting places to see in the country.
When visiting Praia de Ipanema in Rio de Janeiro, the closest airport is Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont Airport.
17% of our momondo users travelling to Brazil in the past year chose to fly into Sao Paulo Guarulhos Intl in the past year, making it the most popular airport in Brazil. The Sao Paulo Guarulhos Intl airport serves the city of Sao Paulo.
The cheapest flight to Brazil recently found on momondo was £515. If you’re unable to find a flight deal this cheap, keep in mind that anything less than £1,071 is considered a good price for flights to Brazil. £1,166 is the average cost to fly to Brazil, while £2,445 is the most expensive.
If you're headed to Brazil, consider flying into Rio de Janeiro–Galeão Intl airport in Rio de Janeiro for the best deals, with an average airfare of £515. Alternatively, Sao Paulo Guarulhos Intl airport in Sao Paulo is a close second for cheapest flights to Brazil with an average airfare of £553.
Prices for flights to Brazil are updated daily.
As of December 2023, there are 25 operators available to choose from for flights to Brazil.
The minimum age a child must be to fly alone is five but airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UNMR) service will have their own age restrictions, including rules around flight length, timings, and stopovers. We always recommend checking with the individual airline you are booking with to travel to Brazil.
The required travel and health documents for your Brazil trip may vary depending on your itinerary and personal circumstances. As a general rule, you should carry multiple documents, including a national ID card or driver's license and a passport valid for six months after your intended arrival at Brazil. We recommend that you seek guidance from your airline or a reliable third party such as IATA.
|Departing||Destination||Best Time||Best Price|
|Manchester||Sao Paulo||15h 05m||£525|
|London||Sao Paulo||14h 30m||£537|
|London||Rio de Janeiro||15h 50m||£602|
|Manchester||Rio de Janeiro||14h 40m||£626|
|Newcastle upon Tyne||Sao Paulo||15h 05m||£639|
|Birmingham||Sao Paulo||14h 45m||£668|
|Manchester||Porto Alegre||22h 10m||£680|
|London||Porto Alegre||21h 35m||£686|
|Southampton||Sao Paulo||27h 30m||£692|
|Newcastle upon Tyne||Rio de Janeiro||15h 40m||£710|
|London||Belo Horizonte||13h 40m||£711|
The cultural diversity of Brazil means that the nation observes a wide range of cultural and religious festivals. The most famous is Carnaval, which is a week-long party that starts on the Friday before Ash Wednesday and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Find Brazil flight deals through momondo to join the party. In Rio de Janeiro, the highlight is the lively parade in the Sambadrome, where the top samba schools dress in flamboyant costumes and are accompanied by fantastic floats. In the weeks leading up to Carnaval and continuing after the official parades, Blocos de Carnaval fill the streets, which are exuberant street parties that follow a live band, playing traditional Marchinhas de Carnaval as well as pop and funk music. Each bloco has its own theme and music, and parties start early and continue late into the evening. Carnaval is also celebrated in Salvador, Recife and Olinda. The second most popular festival is Festa Junina, which occurs during the month of June all over Brazil. This commemoration of St John the Baptist is a celebration of rural life and the harvest season. A large tent called an arraial is colourfully decorated and people spend their time drinking, dancing and feasting on traditional foods made of corn.
Brazilian cuisine varies from region to region, with influences from Portugal, Europe, Africa and Asia, and is as diverse and colourful as the country itself. The national dish is feijoada, a rich, slow-cooked stew made with pork and black beans. Another staple is moqueca, which is a creamy fish or prawn stew cooked in a terracotta pot. One of the local favourites in Brazil is barbecued meat, particularly picanha, which is salted and grilled to perfection. Farofa is usually served with barbecued meat and feijoada, and made from bacon fried with cassava flour. A popular street food in Bahia is acarajé, which is crispy fritter made from black-eyed peas and chopped onions. Pão de queijo are light fluffy rolls made from cassava flour and soft cheese and a popular option for breakfast, as well as a snack at any time of day. If you have a sweet tooth, try the local brigadeiros, which are a type of truffle made from condensed milk and cocoa and covered in chocolate sprinkles.
Whether you’re travelling on a budget or planning a luxury getaway, Brazil can satisfy any kind of traveller. If your idea of a good time includes caipirinhas and cocktails, there are plenty of beautiful beaches to discover including iconic Copacabana Beach. Visitors can also hit the beaches of Florianopolis for top surf breaks. If you’re spending time in Rio, take the cable car up Sugarloaf Mountain and visit the Christ the Redeemer statue. One of Brazil’s most popular natural attractions is the spectacular World Heritage listed Iguazu Falls. Adventurous travellers will want to visit Abismo Anhumas for spelunking, snorkelling, and stalagmites, or go hiking in one of the national parks, such as Aparados da Serra or the Chapada Diamantina National Park. Nature lovers can go scuba diving with sea turtles at Fernando de Noronha in north-eastern Brazil and spend time at Pantanal, the largest wetland in the world, which is home to native animals including capybaras, jaguars, howler monkeys and giant anteaters. Book your flight to Brazil and discover the wonders of this amazing country.
UK passport holders are not required to obtain a visa to travel to Brazil. However, travellers must carry a valid passport. On arrival, you may need to show your return ticket and prove that you have sufficient funds for the duration of you stay. Tourists are allowed to stay in Brazil for up to 90 days, but this can be extended for a further 90 days.
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