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Buzios Travel Guide


Buzios has been a luxury getaway for Brazil’s high society since the early 20th century. Located about 3 and a half hours north of Rio, the beautiful peninsular was made popular in the 1960’s when it was visited by French actress Brigitte Bardot whose bronze statue can be found along the oceanfront. Since the 60’s the town has developed rapidly yet retained all of its former fishing village charm. As a favourite spot for the world’s rich and famous there are top quality luxury hotels, excellent fine dining restaurants, tasteful boutiques and a vibrant night life.

The glamorous and upmarket peninsular of Buzios has over 20 famous beaches to choose from

Best months to visit Buzios

Enjoying a warm climate, it is possible to visit Buzios at any time of year. The hottest, busiest and most popular time is during the summer months of November until February. A nice time to go are the transitional months of March, April, May, September or October when there are less crowds but it is still nice and hot. The winter months are low season and it is the coolest time of year.

Our hand-picked hotels in Buzios

A well thought out selection of hotels can make a good trip truly exceptional and here at The Latin America Travel Company we put a lot of resources into sourcing and visiting hotels. Below are a selection of our favourite properties in Buzios.

Best reasons to visit Buzios

Buzios is Brazil’s most famous beach destination and a perfect way to end any trip. Below are our top experiences and highlights of the area.

Visit secluded beaches and go snorkeling on a schooner cruise

Take a trolley tour of the town to learn about it’s history

Learn to surf on one of the surfing beaches

Eat in one of the many upmarket restaurants

Relax in a luxury boutique hotel

Weather Averages for Buzios

Other destinations in Brazil

Visit the exclusive and remote island of Fernando De Noronha, or the sleepy village of Trancoso. Continue to explore Brazil with our essential destination guides by clicking the links below.

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