The beauties of Brazil

Rio de Janeiro / Salvador de Bahia / Iguaçu

10 days

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9 nights
Classic Programs
Brazil
10

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9
Classic Programs
Brazil
  • Day 1 Rio de Janeiro IN
  • Day 2 Rio De Janeiro Flight to Salvador De Bahia
  • Day 3 Salvador de Bahia
  • Day 4 Salvador Flight to Foz do Iguaçu
  • Day 5 Foz do Iguaçu
  • Day 6 Foz do Iguaçu Flight to Rio de Janeiro
  • Day 7 Rio de Janeiro
  • Day 8 Rio de Janeiro
  • Day 9 Rio de Janeiro – OUT

Useful Information

Day 1: Rio de Janeiro – Check-in at the hotel from 2h00 PM

Day 2: Salvador de Bahia / Salvador – Day at leisure and flight to Salvador

Day 3: Salvador de Bahia

Day 4: Salvador de Bahia /Iguaçu – Am free time in the morning – flight in the afternoon to Iguaçu – 3 hours flight from Salvador to Iguaçu via Sao Paulo.

Day 5: Iguaçu

Day 6: Iguaçu/Rio de Janeiro – flight to Rio in the afternoon – 2 hours flight

Day 7: Rio de Janeiro

Day 8: Rio de Janeiro

Day 9: Rio de Janeiro/ Europe

Day 10: Arrival in Europe

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 Rio de Janeiro IN

The spectacular beauty of Rio is compelling. This glamorous metropolis is kissed by the sun, scalloped by gorgeous wide beaches, and dotted with dramatic mountains. Yet its history marked it not as a playground but as an important port-for the shipment of gold, gemstones, and coffee- and as a seat of colonial power.

Rio’s beaches define its culture: vibrant, joyful, beautiful, and every beach has its own flavor: from great lady Copacabana with its volleyball nets and out-door cafés to the seductive Ipanema; from São Conrado with its hang gliders to the hip, expansive Barra da Tijuca.

Arrival at airport and transfer to the hotel.

Accommodation at the hotel.

Dinner not included.

Overnight at the hotel

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Day 2 Rio De Janeiro Flight to Salvador De Bahia

Transfer to the airport

Flight to Salvador (not included)

Salvador, Bahia, beauties and mysteries is to experience fascinating findings and unforgettable emotions. More words cannot justly describe the enchantment and magical aura that enfolds this city brought to life by its people, its saints and its orixás. Those who have tasted the flavor of Salvador da Bahia know that it is impossible to resist to the temptations the city offers its visitors – a lush tropical setting, a culture rich in popular traditions and festivals, and exiting history of bravery and adventure.

Arrival at airport and transfer to the hotel

Lunch not included

Accommodation at the hotel.

Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

 

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Day 3 Salvador de Bahia

Breakfast at the hotel.

Departure for a panoramic visit of the Lower City. Salvador is divided by its natural topography in two parts – the Upper City and the Lower City – Salvador’s traditional buildings sit alongside modern constructions in perfect harmony. This fortuitous contrast between colonial and futurist architecture leads to a variety of backdrops with one common theme: colors in a myriad of hues.

Lunch included in a local restaurant.

Visit of the Upper City. The rich baroque architecture is a permanent source of discoveries. Salvador’s rich religious past is responsible for the actual title of “The city of 365 churches”. The visitors will visit the Pelourinho – where slaves were punished, this plaza is now the setting for one of the largest and most charming groupings of Brazilian colonial architecture and a thriving cultural renaissance – the Igreja de Nosso Senhor do Bomfim and Igreja de São Francisco.

Dinner not included. 

Overnight at the hotel.

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Day 4 Salvador Flight to Foz do Iguaçu

Breakfast at the hotel.

Morning at leisure.

The rooms must be released at noon.

Lunch not included.

Transfer to the airport and flight to Foz do Iguaçu.

Foz do Iguaçu is a unique and irresistible destination to the world. Iguaçu is more attractive than anyone can imagine. There is a lot more to see besides Iguaçu Falls. There is the incredible Itaipu Bio national hydroelectric power plant. Integration in the Iguaçu transcends borderlines and their geographical contours. It is lived out daily through harmonious coexistence between Brazilians, Argentineans and Paraguayans, in their business, cultural, social and political relations. Tri-national information, Iguaçu has cosmopolitan essence and is land where over 57 ethnical groups live side by side.

Arrival, reception by your guide and transfer to the hotel.

Accommodation at the hotel.

Dinner at the hotel.

Overnight at the hotel.

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Day 5 Foz do Iguaçu

Breakfast at the hotel.

Visit to the Iguaçú Falls on the Argentinean side.

On the Argentinean side, different circuits guarantee close-up contact with the water and rock formation. The main fall, Devil ´s Throat, is impressive and generates surprise reactions and unexpected showers.

Lunch in a restaurant situated in the park.

Back to the hotel around 15h.

Dinner not included.

Overnight at the hotel

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Day 6 Foz do Iguaçu Flight to Rio de Janeiro

Breakfast ah the hotel. 

Guided visit by private bus to the Brazilian falls. Walking tour over the paths to admire the falls from different views. The Brazilian side is blessed with the best panoramic view of the falls.

Transfer to the airport.

Transfer to Iguaçu Airport.

Flight to Rio de Janeiro (not included)

Arrival at the airport and transfer to the hote

Accommodation at the hotel.

Dinner in a local restaurant at walking distance without a guide.

Overnight at the hotel.

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Day 7 Rio de Janeiro

Breakfast at the hotel. 

Sugar Loaf’s visit. Take a cable car ride which will lead you to the top of Sugar Loaf with an amazing view of Guanabara Bay. Admiring Rio from the top, Rio de Janeiro is without a doubt the most beautiful city in the world.

Lunch not included.

Back to the hotel around 15h.

Dinner not included.

Overnight at the hotel.

Optional show at Plataforma (The show can be booked with dinner)

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Day 8 Rio de Janeiro

Breakfast at the hotel.

Corcovado’s visit. the most beautiful postcard of Rio de Janeiro is the Christ Redeemer statue on the mountain of Corcovado, located at 710 meters above the sea level and inaugurated in 1931.

Lunch in a local restaurant

City tour Rio Colonial – visiting the narrow streets and old historical buildings of downtown Rio, Candelaria, Praça XV, the “Travessa do Mercado”, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Sambódromo. Continuing the visit to the exterior of Stadium Mario Filho, the largest stadium in the world, globally know as Maracanã. The stadium was built in 1950, to shelter the World cup that took place in Brazil.

Dinner not included.

Overnight at the hotel.

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Day 9 Rio de Janeiro – OUT

Breakfast at the hotel.

Morning at leisure.

In option : Jeep Tour at Tijuca forest 

In option : Jeep Tour in a favela

The rooms must be released at noon.

Lunch not included.

Transfer to the airport.

 

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