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Cheap flights from Brazil

Brazil, or the Federative Republic of Brazil, is the largest country in both South America and the Latin American region. It is the world's fifth largest country, and is the largest Portuguese-speaking country in the world and the only one in the Americas. The country is bound by the Atlantic Ocean to the East, while bordering all of the other South American countries with an exception of Ecuador and Chile. The country occupies almost 48% of the total land area of South America, including a considerable percentage of the Amazon River basin and the surrounding tropical forest.

Brazil's economy is the world's seventh largest by nominal GDP, and the seventh largest by purchasing power parity (2012). it is also one of the world's fastest growing major economies, and a founding member of the United Nations, the G20, CPLP, Latin Union, the Organization of Ibero-American States, the Organization of American States, Mercosul, and the Union of South American Nations.

Moreover, the country's resource-rich lands had been booming and have become a popular destination for tourists all over the world. Sights, festivals, and people, a whole new world filled with beauty awaits in Brazil.

Where to go

Sao Paulo – Enormous, intimidating, and altogether beautiful, the city and state of Sao Paulo is yet another beauty found in Brazil, a gem of a place that is brimming with natural beauty and culture beyond the norms. Be guided by locals through the numerous art-house cinemas, experimental theatres, bistros and gourmet restaurants, dropping by casually to a cafe to grab some of the best espresso before embarking on a tour to the underground bars and 24/7 clubbing scene. Whatever it is you're doing, Sampa – its nick to the locals – will provide travellers with their much needed travel fix.

Brasilia – Brazil's seat of government, the city is lauded for its futuristic architecture: a workable city with access to everything urban yet remains loyal to its Latino roots. A few detractors hate the concept of futurism, but it still remains as the only city in the world constructed in the 20th century to achieve World Cultural Heritage designation by UNESCO. So, what gives? Go ahead and visit the Congresso Nacional Palacio da Alvorada, Santuario Dom Bosco, and the Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil.

Rio de Janeiro – Known as the 'cidade maravilhosa' or marvellous city, Rio de Janeiro is like Brazil's ID card to the world. Sometimes, people mistakenly call the city as the capital of the country, but actually it is not – it's just too beautiful and intoxicating that they forget all the others. Tack on one of the sexiest populations on the planet and have an intoxicating tropical cocktail that leaves visitors drunk and incoherent on paradise, and visit the famous sites such as the Christo or the Statue of Christ the Redeemer. If you choose to spend Lent here, make sure to partake (or at least have a piece) on the Carnaval of Brazil.

Short haul destinations from Brazil include the other countries found in South America that are equally beautiful and fascinating to behold. Visit the countries of Panama, Peru, Bolivia, and Chile, and discover the Latin American vibe of exoticism and class. Don't forget to do some water sports and get a tan.

Fly to the East and discover the wonders of Asia and Africa. Get to know the countries of China, South Korea, Japan, and Mongolia in a one of a kind East Asian experience, or delve into the wild side and discover the unassuming yet stand-out beauty of South Africa, the Congo, and Morocco in Africa.

How to get out

The Sao Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport, officially called the Governador Andre Franco Montoro International Airport is Sao-Paulo and Brazil's main international gateway serving almost 27 million passengers in 2010. Fly out of Brazil in no time and discover the other beauties residing on all directions through various airlines such as Aeroméxico, Air Canada, Air China, Etihad, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, British Airways, KLM, Korean Air, and many others. Complete your trip with cheap flights by booking with Skyscanner. Skyscanner is an online resource of the cheapest flights from over 600 airlines worldwide.

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