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Top Deals on Flights to Brazil

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Rome (FCO) - Sao Paulo (GRU)

Departure 21/02/2020
Return 21/03/2020

Rome (ROM) - Sao Paulo (GRU)

Departure 21/02/2020
Return 01/03/2020

Rome (ROM) - Rio de Janeiro (GIG)

Departure 03/02/2020
Return 17/02/2020

Barcelona (BCN) - Sao Paulo (GRU)

Departure 25/12/2019
Return 25/01/2020

Florence (FLR) - Sao Paulo (GRU)

Departure 01/03/2020
Return 20/03/2020

Bari (BRI) - Rio de Janeiro (GIG)

Departure 27/01/2020
Return 28/02/2020

Florence (FLR) - Rio de Janeiro (GIG)

Departure 20/12/2019
Return 13/01/2020

Traveling to Brazil

Some say that Brazil defies description. The attractions of Rio de Janeiro and the “Copacabana” have become legendary, as has the Amazon Rain Forest. Yet other parts of this vast county are equally impressive including the wetlands of the Pantanal, the incredible 60's architecture of Brasilia, and the beautifully preserved colonial city of Olinda. Flying to Brazil, cosseted by Alitalia’s legendary service style, will give you the chance to see some of these wonders for yourself.

Seeing Brazil

For stunning natural grandeur and electric vitality, Rio can’t be easily beaten and its Carnival is the largest and most glamorous in the world. The capital of Brasilia is a must for anyone with an interest in modernist architecture. Recife is another fascinating city for visitors, with a UNESCO World Heritage Site ancient center that blends into an ultra-modern skyline and some great beaches. Travel to Brazil with Alitalia and all of these cities, plus many more, will be within reach.

When to go

For many travelers planning to fly to Brazil, their journey must coincide with a local carnival. These are typically around Ash Wednesday, in February-March (the dates vary slightly). All times of the year are great for visiting this country though and big cities may be quieter outside of Carnival.