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Brazil Trip

Top hotels in Brazil

Hilton Copacabana Rio de Janeiro
Hilton Copacabana Rio de Janeiro
5 out of 5
Avenida Atlantica 1020, Rio de Janeiro, RJ
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs6,389 per night from 11 Mar to 12 Mar
4.4/5Excellent! (938 reviews)

"I loved the hotel. Organized and excellent recepcion. Wonderful vision of city and beaches. Simply very beautiful."…"

Reviewed on 4 Mar 2021

Hilton Copacabana Rio de Janeiro
Miramar Hotel by Windsor
Miramar Hotel by Windsor
5 out of 5
Avenida Atlantica, 3668 - Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, RJ
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs6,681 per night from 19 Mar to 20 Mar
4.7/5Exceptional! (944 reviews)

"Great hotel the staff were amazing. The breakfast was actually good here. Only reason I don’t give 5 stars is because the room wasn’t spectacular, it was a basic room. Pool was small. But I had a great time staying here"…"

Reviewed on 25 Feb 2021

Miramar Hotel by Windsor
Radisson Hotel Paulista Sao Paulo
Radisson Hotel Paulista Sao Paulo
4 out of 5
Alameda Santos, 85 - Jardins, Sao Paulo, SP
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs3,659 per night from 14 Mar to 15 Mar
4.1/5Very Good! (963 reviews)

"Excellent hotel, excellent location with restaurants, shopping mall, gyms, pharmacies, supermarkets, metro and more at walking distance. I would definitely stay there again"…"

Reviewed on 20 Feb 2021

Radisson Hotel Paulista Sao Paulo
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Brazil

With rainforests and wetlands thronged with wildlife, gorgeous sandy beaches and high-energy metropolises, Brazil is a country that really does seem to have it all.   The largest country in South America, Brazil has a reputation for its stunning beaches, glorious rainforests and bustling cities. Go diving in fish-filled waters, take a trip to roaring waterfalls and admire the colourful houses that line the streets of its charming colonial towns.

The Europeans first reached Brazilian shores in the 16th century and the country later became part of the once-vast Portuguese Empire. Although the country has been independent since 1822, legacies from its old colonial rulers, including the Portuguese language, still remain.  

One of the most popular cities in Brazil is Rio de Janeiro. To see the city from above, ride a cable car to the Pao de Acucar peak. Soccer is a much-loved national pastime. Experience the exhilarating atmosphere of a match at the Maracana Stadium in the north of Rio.

On the east coast of Brazil sits the city of Salvador de Bahia, the former capital of Portugal’s New World colony. View Afro-Brazilian art, observe traditional dances in the plazas and sample local specialties such as bean and shrimp fritters. The capital of Brazil today is Brasília, a planned city with many buildings designed by Oscar Niemeyer, one of the key architects in modern architecture.

If you’ve come to Brazil for beautiful beaches, you’ve come to the right place. Copacabana is home to the world-famous Copacabana Beach where children kick around soccer balls, beach vendors hawk their wares and cariocas (Rio residents) work on their tans. For somewhere a little quieter, take a boat to Ilha Grande , which is ringed with secluded palm tree-lined beaches and crisscrossed by forest trails.

Brazil’s high season, when the weather is hot and festivals abound, lasts from December to March. For lower prices, book a trip between May and August.

Rio de Janeiro’s Aeroporto Galeao serves as an international gateway for travellers. Choose domestic flights to get around the country quickly or save money and ride long-haul bus routes. Bus services are reliable, frequent and usually comfortable.

Whether you go for February’s Carnival festivities in Rio or escape to the Amazonian wilds, a trip to Brazil is always an adventure.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Brazil holiday package cost?
From as little as . Yes, you read that correctly. Our Brazil packages are the quickest way to make your budget go further. Combine your preferred hotels, flights and car rentals and get to know this fabulous destination.
If I'm not able to travel, can I cancel my Brazil holiday package?
Because we understand life can throw you a few curveballs, the answer is yes. For more information, check out our Customer Service Portal. But generally speaking, if you’ve booked your Brazil holiday package in the last 24 hours, you may be able to change or cancel it for free. Your hotel, airline or car rental company may impose a fee if you made your booking a while ago.
How do I get a cheap travel package to Brazil?
Creating your own Brazil holiday package with Expedia is a smart way to save. Secure your trip now and save up to 21.4% — it’s really that easy! We have more than 400 airlines and 321,000 hotels globally. With such an extensive range to pick from, you’ll have no hassles pulling together your next dream adventure.
Where should I stay in Brazil?
You’ll have lots to do in Rio de Janeiro, with fantastic attractions such as Christ the Redeemer and Sugar Loaf Mountain to discover. Or, if sights like Geriba Beach and Forte Beach are of more interest, Buzios is the place to head.
What are the top hotels in Brazil?
Have a look at Miramar Hotel by Windsor and Sheraton Grand Rio Hotel & Resort. They’re top picks for lots of travellers to Rio de Janeiro. If Sao Paulo features in your travel itinerary, Radisson Hotel Paulista Sao Paulo and Melia Paulista are a couple of popular options.
When is the best time of year to visit Brazil?
The best time to visit Brazil comes down to personal preference. If you’re holidaying on a limited budget, you might want to avoid , which is considered to be the most expensive time of year. is usually when you’ll pick up the best prices. To enjoy the energy of peak season, take off in . are the least popular months to visit and a smart idea if you’d rather escape the crowds.
How far in advance should I book my Brazil holiday?
While prices do change, we generally suggest booking your seats as soon as possible. Most international airfares can be found on Expedia up to 12 months in advance. If you’re booking last minute, you might still get lucky. Cheap journeys to Brazil sometimes occur just weeks before departure.
What does an Expedia Brazil travel package include?
From hotels and flights to car rentals, Expedia can help you create a Brazil package that’s right for you. Holidaying for a few weeks? Look into a hotel, rental car and flight bundle. If you’re taking a quick break, a hotel and airfare deal may be more your style. Experiences can also be added after you’ve booked. Our holiday packages make it a breeze to plan and save.
What should I know before booking a Brazil travel package?
You can save a tidy sum by bundling your hotels, airfares and rental cars. Once you’ve created your package, you can add on day tours or experiences. Your next unforgettable holiday is only a few clicks away.
Does Expedia offer Book Now, Pay Later Brazil holiday packages?
Thanks to our partnership with online lender Affirm, you can opt to Book Now, Pay Later. You can customize your holiday with Expedia packages, so why not customize your payment plan too?
Can I choose my airline with a Brazil Expedia holiday package?
With a holiday package, you’re the boss. Whether you’re hoping to fly to Brazil in business or coach, simply choose from the available airline options. Expedia has access to more than 550 airline partners across the world.