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|October||Best time to beat the crowds (5% less expensive on average)|
|August||Most popular time to fly (10% more expensive on average)|
Average price of a return ticket
|£861||(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)|
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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Brazil
- Looking for cheap airfare to Brazil? 25% of our users found return tickets to Brazil for the following prices or less: From London £570, from Edinburgh Turnhouse £614, from Glasgow £735
- Book at least 4 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
- High season is considered to be July and August. The cheapest month to fly to Brazil is February.
- Brazil has a number of international airports to fly into – São Paulo is the main hub with onward connections to many other locations in Brazil. Flying into Rio de Janeiro will put you in a good position to explore the state capital of Rio de Janeiro and its surroundings, while if you want to visit the north of Brazil, you might consider flying into Macapá, which is situated on the equator.
- If you are looking at flights to Brazil in order to visit Recife in the north of the country, the best option is to fly from London on TAP via Lisbon and pick up an onward connection to Recife International Airport (REC).
- For visitors wanting to explore the state of Bahia, consider booking flights into Salvador-Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport (SSA). This airport is in Salvador, the state capital of Bahia and from here you can explore the region by road.
- As a British passport holder, it is not necessary to have a visa to enter Brazil but on arrival in the country, you will need to prove that you have enough money for your stay there, a return or onward plane ticket and proof of accommodation. Your passport will need to be valid for 6 months from the date of your arrival in Brazil.
- There is only one currency that is legally accepted in Brazil – the Brazilian real. It is possible to buy currency at any bureau de change that has authorisation from the Central Bank of Brazil and international debit and credit cards can be used at ATMs. There are foreign exchange counters and ATMs at the main international airports. If you are connecting to smaller airports, it is advisable to get your currency before you go.
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