Buzios became popular in the 1960's when the legendary french movie start Brigitte Bardot was in Buzios for a holiday with her boyfriend Bob Zagury. There is even a statue dedicated to her along the main street of Buzios.
Nowadays Buzios is a busy beach resort with lots of restaurants, hotels & Pousadas. The west coast of the peninsula offers calm, clear water, while the east coast is good for watersports and surfing. Buzios makes for a good beach extension to any visit to Brazil.
Casas Brancas Hotel and Spa is a well equipped boutique hotel set on the hillside above Buzios bay.
Pousada Abracadabra is an attractive 16-room hotel in the seaside resort of Buzios, just a few minutes walk from lovely beaches.
Time: GMT -3 hours
Flight time: Most flights go to Sao Paulo but some airlines have direct flights to Rio de Janeiro, and to North-eastern Brazil. British Airways and TAM have direct flights from London and many European carriers also offer flights to Brazil.
Language: Portuguese is the official language. Spanish and English are understood quite widely.
Visas: Not required for British nationals.
Health: There are no compulsory vaccinations, except yellow fever if you are coming from an infected area. Malaria prophylactics are recommended in the rainforest.
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