Holidays To Brasilia

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Brasilia the capital city of Brazil is a planned city and showcases to perfect modernist architecture which has been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is for this reason that many interested in architecture travel to this city to get an architectural fix. Brasilia is a main travel center within Brazil. Holidays to Brasilia include beautiful scenery and interesting places to visit and experience. The Palacio da Alvorada is the official presidential residence and is a building by Niemeyer and was inaugurated in 1958. Another interesting architectural masterpiece is the spherical half dome of the Museu Nacional which is also by Oscar Niemeyer. It has a mezzanine floor that is featured discreetly and held up by columns that are suspended from the roof and are fascinating to see firsthand. For breathtaking views that will leave lasting impression be sure to visit Sugarloaf Mountain while in Brasilia. The spectacular waterfall the Cataratas do Iguacu will leave you in awe. Take Travel Center all inclusive holidays to Brasilia and enjoy a hassle free holiday as all your travel needs are taken care of. From flight tickets, to tours to accommodation all the travel plans are taken care of so that all you have to do is experience every moment in Brasilia to the fullest. Book holidays to Brasilia and be amazed.

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT -3:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Delta Airlines, TAM Airlines, American Airlines, TAP Portugal

Languages

Portuguese

Best Time to Travel

May to August

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Subway, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 5.95 BRL

TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Praca dos Tras Poderes

The Square of the Three Powers is so named as it is bordered by the legislative, executive and judiciary buildings. Official residence of the President the Palacio do Planalto is also there, together with the Historical Museum of Brasilia and the Pantheon of Freedom. Also located there is the huge Mastro de Bandeira a 91m flag pole from which a 73m Brazilian flag flies.

Catedral Metropolitana Nossa Senhora Aparecida

The majestic circular cathedral designed by Niemeyer is one of Brasilia’s most iconic attractions. Sixteen curved columns extend upwards to form a crown shape that is adorned with a glass roof. Likewise the natural lighting that engulfs the interior of the building is stunning.

Palacio dos Arcos

The place is also called the Palacio Itamaraty and is a must visit for the structure is considered to be one of the best creations of architect Oscar Niemeyer. The building made up of long symmetrical arches is set amidst a lake that in turn is within a beautiful garden. The interior is lavish and well worth exploring.

The Museum of Indigenous People

The museum has an excellent collection of native Brazilian artefacts and art; together with a comprehensive record of the culture and traditions of the areas indigenous people. The collection is one of South America’s best including weapons, pottery, feathered head dresses and more.

Sanctuary of Dom Bosco

The Sao Joao Bosco church is dedicated to the priest canonised in 1934. His visions of a Utopian capital are thought to be the foundation on which Brazil was formed. The chandelier within is made of 7,000 pieces of Murano glass and the windows sport blue green stained glass.

The Television Tower

The Torre de TV is a 224m high tower. At 74m is a viewing deck from which one can appreciate a bird’s eye view of Brasilia. A craft market takes place there on Sundays.

Monumento JK

This is a monument dedicated to President Juscelino Kubitschek; revered as the founder of Brasilia. Within are exhibition halls on the president’s life and those on Brasilia’s vibrant history.

Congresso Nacional

This is another significant landmark to visit. The building houses the Chamber of Deputies and the offices of the Senate. Dish shapes have been used to create the buildings giving them a flying saucer look. The Tunnel of Time exhibit within is quite interesting.

Parque Nacional de Brasilia

Located on the north-western edge of Brasilia the 28,000 hectare Brasilia National Park is a must visit for all nature lovers. Made up of swamps, grassland and wide plains the park is home to giant armadillos, jaguars, pampas deer, bird varieties and much more.

Lago do Paranoa

Towards the eastern edge of the city the Rio Paranoa was damned up and a magnificent lake formed; around this you will find Lago Paranoa home to eclectic restaurants, sports clubs, the Olympic centre and Palacio da Alvorada official residence of the president. The architecture is to be admired.