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Aeromexico, American Airlines, US Airways, Avianca, Copa Airlines and others whisk vacationers away from New York on cheap flights to Brazil for the trip of a lifetime. Destinations like Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Recife, Sao Paulo, Vitoria and others await. Most flights to Brazil have at least one stopover but don't let this stop you from finding the cheapest flights to Brazil for your next trip.
When to visit really depends on which part of Brazil you'd like to explore. Many travelers head to Brazil on vacation in time to celebrate Carnival in style in Rio de Janeiro in February or March. If you've visiting during a major holiday, make sure you book your flights to Brazil months in advance as it's the most popular time to visit. New Year's Eve is also very popular, especially in the north-east where it's warm enough to dive into the ocean when the clock strikes midnight.
A non-stop flight to Brazil from New York takes 10 hours.
Sao Paulo, is a microcosm of multiculturalism and eccentric in every way. Rio de Janeiro offers the world's most famous Carnival and beautiful beaches like Copacabana and Ipanema, "Christ the Redeemer" overlooking the city, the historic centre and much, much more. Let's not forget about Brazil's natural wonders either!
Rio de Janeiro: This city is world famous so it's no wonder so many visitors make this their first stop on their Brazilian vacation. Jesus welcomes them with open arms, literally on top of Corcovado Hill. The city's famous beaches are all you'll need if you've come here to soak up the sand and the sun.
Brasilia: Brasilia is the capital. If you appreciate architecture even just a little bit, get yourself a rental car and visit this city. The cathedral shaped like a basket, the beautiful Arches Palace and many others make this city a highlight on anyone's trip.
Iguazu Falls: Brazil shares this famous set of waterfalls with Paraguay and Argentina. They are taller than Niagara Falls and twice as wide. They're a spectacle and best viewed from Brazil. While you're there, don't miss the chance to explore the surrounding park or take a boat trip on a zodiac to get a closer view of the falls.
Visit visitbrasil.com for more info.
Brazil is a large country so you can imagine that hotels come in just about every size and price range. When looking for a cheap hotel, make sure you book it in advance, especially if you're visiting during peak tourist times.