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Experience the Federal Capital of Brazil
>> TRAVEL & TOURS TO BRASILIA <<


In 1957 there was nothing just a vast desert, three years later in 1960 Brazil’s new capital was inaugurated. Today about 50 years after the inauguration there is a city of 2 million inhabitants. Your Brazilian Tour will not be completed without visiting the country’s capital, full of interesting monument and buildings.

Suggestion of stay / travel service in Brasilia:
* Transfers (Airport/Hotel/Airport)

* Stay at chosen hotel in Brasilia; see options below:
* A half day tour (3h.)- The Best of Brasilia.
* Alternative tours/activities - see links to the left:


NOTE: Send us your inquiry (itinerary with dates of your entire journey to Brazil), then we will send you a proposal free of charge, according to the frames you give to us.
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North Sector
TOURIST
Breakfast
Standard
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Lider Flat Hotel North Sector COMFORT Breakfast Standard Consult..!
Lake
SUPERIOR
Breakfast
Standard
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North Sector
SUPERIOR
Breakfast
Standard
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Lake
FIRST CLASS
Breakfast
Standard
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Lake
FIRST CLASS
Breakfast
Standard
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MORE ABOUT BRASÍLIA

Brasilia was constructed between 1956 and 1960, during the government of President Juscelino Kubitschek. It was inaugurated, as Brazil's new capital, in April 21, 1960. Its master plan ("Plano Piloto") was conceived by Lucio Costa, and its major buildings were designed by Oscar Niemeyer. Seen from above, Brasilia looks like an airplane (symbolizing the fastest way out of town) or a bow and arrow (signifying the penetration of the interior and the destruction of the indigenous people). The planned city faces the giant artificial Lake “Paranoá”. In the plane’s fuselage (or the arrow) are all the government buildings and monuments. The plaza of three powers – the Palácio do Planalto, the Palácio do Congresso and the Palácio da Justiça – is in the cockpit. Out on the wings (asas) are block after block of apartment buildings (known as “Superquadras” or “Quadras”) but little else.

The city was planned for only 500,000 inhabitants, but Brasilia has seen its population grow much more than expected. Several satellite towns have been created over the years to house the extra inhabitants. Brasilia's total population (including the satellite cities) is around 2,000,000 inhabitants. In 1987 the city was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites, being considered one of the major examples of this century’s modern movement in architecture and urban planning. For those that are not going to Brasilia on business, then the time of one day would be sufficient to visit the main tourist attractions and may stay over the night, before go on to other sites in Brazil.