London (UK) to Bogota (Colombia) £ 375.00 Return Ticket

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London – UK (LGW) to Bogota – Colombia (BOG) Return Ticket

Price: £ 375.00
Average Fare:  £ 740.00

Savings: £ 365.00

Airline: Swiss Airlines
Date: 12.02.2019 to 22.02.2019

Colombia

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Milan (Italy) to Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) £ 274.30 Return Ticket

London to Rio de Janeiro 274.00

Milan – Italy (MXP) to Rio de Janeiro  – Brazil (GIG) Return Ticket

Price: £ 274.30
Average Fare:  £ 750.00

Savings: £ 475.70

Airline:  TAP
Date: 11.02.2019 to 19.02.2019

Rio de Janeiro Facts

  • Rio de Janeiro or simply ‘Rio’ is the capital of the Brazilian State of Rio de Janeiro and the third largest metropolis in the country with a population of 6.3 million people.
  • Christ the Redeemer landmark on the top of Corcovado Mountain is one of the most recognized features of Rio and has on several occasions been named one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
  • Brazil’s most famous dance – samba – has its origins from the African slaves that worked on the plantations in the State of Rio de Janeiro.
  • With over 50 kilometers of white and golden sand beaches, Rio is Brazil’s tourism capital.
  • There are more than 200 samba schools in Rio. The city gets more than 3 million international tourists every year.

Milan (Italy) to Belem (Brazil) £ 327.10 Return Ticket

Milan to Belem 327.10

Milan – Italy (MXP) to Belem – Brazil (BEL) Return Ticket

Price: £ 327.10
Average Fare:  £ 710.00

Savings: £ 382.90

Airline: TAP
Date: 27.03.018 to 07.04.2018

Belem Facts

  • There are several options to cruise the mouth of the Amazon from Belem (besides extended river cruises upstream towards Manaus or to Macapa at the other side of the Amazon delta). 
  • Today Belem is still the most important port city of northern Brazil (in fact, it is the gateway to the Amazon). The city has some interesting colonial and republican architecture, which is currently renovated more thoroughly than in the past. 
  • Marajó Island (Ilha de Marajó) — 3 hours by boat (to Porto Camará) The Shield of the Ocean, in local native language… The Marajó Island is the main reason – together with Amazon river cruises – for leisure travelers to end up in Belem. Often called the largest river island in the world (40,100 km2 / 15,480 sq. mi.: Switzerland sized)
  • Daily high temperatures average around 26 degrees Celsius (or about 79 degrees Fahrenheit) all year around. This climate creates the ideal environment for tropical rainforest vegetation to abound, giving the city a really beautiful aesthetic aspect.
  • Goeldi Museum offers a world-famous ethnological and zoological collections on the Amazon. The museum has a zoological-botanical garden, sheltering manatees, alligators, snakes, monkeys, birds and other Amazonian animals, an aquarium and the ethnology museum itself. Don’t miss the collection of Marajoara ceramics, Indian artifacts, stuffed birds and old photos.