Hi! I am looking at buying a bus ticket on costaverdetransportes.com.br... to go from Paraty to GRU (Sao Paulo), but when I try to buy the ticket, I am asked to create an account with a CPF number. How do I buy a ticket if I don't have a CPF number?
I'll visit Paraty and need to transfer to Sao Paulo GRU airport on Jan3rd.2014.I will be carrying a big back pack. So, I am looking for an easy and not expensive way of transport. What options do we have for it? Thanks.
My wife and I will be visiting Rio for 3 days in March for Carnival. Accommodations are not a problem because we will be on a cruise ship. I have been checking the websites of ticket sellers and must admit I was surprised at the cost of some of the tickets. We've decided to go to Carnival on the evening of Monday March 3rd. I would really appreciate any suggestions on which section might be best, the best way to get there from the port, what time should we figure on getting there, and what to do after the show. Just a little background: we are seniors on a budget, we are well travelled and adventurous and enjoy mixing with locals wherever we go. Having said that it would be unlikely that we'd be staying up much after 2.00am. Any suggestions and recommendations anyone can give us would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance !!
I am 20 yr old girl from India. I will be touring Rio de Janeiro in next month. I am confused in packing my bags.
I want to know what I need to wear while touring city and also at beach. I will be touring alone and will be spending 10 days in Rio. What I need to wear at Ipanema beach?
What other cloths I should take.
Thanks in advance.
Hi there! Planning a trip to Rio de Janeiro (and possibly Paraty just down the coast) for February or March. We reviewed the recommended immunizations for Brazil, and the CDC recommends Typoid and Hepatitis A vaccines. Does anyone know what the risk is of these diseases if we either 1) stay in Rio the whole trip, or 2) stay in Rio most of the trip, then head to Paraty on the coast for a couple of days? My boyfriend has a rare auto-immune disorder that makes vaccines risky (can cause paralysis, which one did when he was a child). Anyone have any thoughts? I am hoping the risk for these diseases is in the Amazon or very rural areas, and we can avoid it by washing our hands and now eating street food or uncoked foods.
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