Oneworld member LATAM is running a nice sale resulting in great prices for flights from Brussels, Zurich, and Basel. You can book tickets for flights to various destinations in South America’s largest country, starting at only €375. Availability is good, and the offer already includes one piece of checked luggage.
And there are many more destinations available:
- Sao Paulo at €375
- Bauru at €376
- Maringá at €390
- Navegantes at €390
- Uberlândia at €390
- Ribeirao Preto at €390
- Jaguaruna at €391
- Londrina at €391
- Rio De Janeiro at €392
- Florianopolis at €392
- Belo Horizonte at €397
- Curitiba at €398
- Joinville at €398
- Fortaleza at €444
- Brasília at €451
- Porto Alegre at €452
Your trip will often include two layovers: one in Madrid or Barcelona, another one in Sao Paulo. The airline will operate a brand-new Airbus A350 on its long-haul flights from Europe to Brazil!
Search & Book
The reason for those cheap fares is a promotion that will be running until September 12th, 2019. Consequently, the tickets can only be booked via LATAM’s website. But you can use Google Flights (instructions) to find all available connections. Once you’ve settled for a date, just have the tool forward you to the carrier’s online presence.
We’ve been able to find flights in early 2020 (February through May). Unfortunately, during Carnaval in Rio, there are no cheap tickets available to Brazil’s former capital although you could book round-trips to other cities.
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Information & Tips for Brazil
Brazil is probably the country in South America that is most frequented by tourists. Whether it’s the carnival or the Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro or touring the Amazon, visitors will get their money’s worth here.
Traditionally, flights to South America and Brazil from Europe are quite expensive, but since a few years, there are increasingly cheap offers, especially with Iberia and TAP.
Best Time to Visit
Brazil is a vast country – so there is no such thing as an overall best travel time. It all depends on what you want to see. It is best to visit the cities of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo autumn and spring while the dry season fort he rainforest is from May to September.
Entry & Visa
EU citizens do not require a visa for stays of up to 90 days and can enter with a passport only. Note that, similar to the USA, that after your first stop in Brazil your luggage must be collected and brought through customs. Calculate accordingly when booking a connecting flight.
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