On April 21, 1960, Brasilia was inaugurated as the new capital of Brazil, planned and built at the request of President Kubitschek. Far from inhabited areas, then it was planned and co-designed by the famous architect Oscar Niemeyer. More than 32,400 workers were involved in the project and created a city which was awarded in 1987 the site as World Heritage by UNESCO. The approximately 2.1 million inhabitants enjoy many lakes, wide roads and parks. The futuristic architecture became world-famous and the people of Brasília call with a little humor “modern city”. The visitors have interesting attractions available. Whether the National Congress, the famous glass cathedral designed by Oscar Niemeyer, the beautiful national park with many animals or the Palácio do Planalto.
In the afternoon visit the city of Brasília. During this informative tour, you will make a good idea of the futuristic Brazilian capital. She became world-famous thanks to the architect’s Oscar Niemeyer and Lucio Costa who designed the city on the drawing board, following the government’s decision to move the capital from Rio de Janeiro to Brasilia in 1964. The construction of this planned city is still considered one of the most spectacular architectural works of the modern world. During a car ride, you will have the opportunity to admire the unique architecture of Brasilia.
Afternoon, transfer to the airport BSB.
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|Golden Tulip Brasília Alvorada ****||151||2.1. – 28.12.2021|
|Windsor Brasília ****||165||2.1. – 28.12.2021|
|Windsor Plaza Brasília ****||166||2.1. – 28.12.2021|
|Royal Tulip Brasília Alvorada ****(*)||164||2.1. – 28.12.2021|
Hotel classification: assessment of Brazil Insider. The official classification is generally higher
Price based on 2 persons: Another number of people, route guidance and residence time on request
Exceptions: separate prices for Christmas, New Year, Carnival, Easter and local holidays
• Accommodation in a double room including breakfast and all taxes
• English speaking guide for all private transfers and excursions
• All entrance fees
• All meals mentioned in the program
• All taxes and service charges
• Personal expenses such as drinks, etc.
• Gratuities (optional for guides, drivers, etc.)
• Travel insurance (eg, luggage, cancellation, return extra)
Prices and programs subject to change