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Business class flights to Porto Alegre

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About Business class flights to Porto Alegre

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A major city south of Brazil, Porto Alegre is a tourists’ delight with historic centre, manicured parks, spectacular Guaíba River and scrumptious dining hubs. Top it up with gracious hospitality of its people, and there emerges a city which is an out and out destination. Owing to its fabulous allures a large number of travellers fly business class to Porto Alegre where there is so much to explore and experience. With museums, monuments, squares and markets; the city ticks all the right boxes.

Useful Information

  • A trip to Porto Alegre should be planned between the months of October and April.
  • Don’t venture out alone after dark as it become unsafe for travellers.
  • Avoid visiting slum areas as these are not considered safe.

Being served by the local as well as the international airlines, the capital of Rio Grande do Sul province in Brazil has appeal across age groups. So whether you are a museum hopper, a religiously inclined person or someone with passion for sports, it caters travellers with varying interests. Once you arrive in the city you would have several means to get around. Buses, cars, taxis and lotacao are popular means of transportation. Monumento aos Açorianos a 17m high structure made in the memory of Azore is worth visiting while Santuário Mãe de Deus is well known for its beautiful architecture. The museum lovers will also find Porto Alegre interesting as it is home to some good museums. Fundação Iberê Camargo, a modern museum is well known for its award-winning exhibits. MARGS which is situated in downtown has separate spaces for permanent collections and changing exhibits. Museu de Ciências e Tecnologia da PUC is also a major museum in the city which should be part of travel plan. Apart from the museums, the city is also known for its cavernous parks. Parque Moinhos de which is locally as Parcão, looks great with its crystal clear lakes and jogging pathways. Parque Farroupilha or Redenção has played venue to political acts and music concerts. Parque Marinha is equipped with several fitness amenities. Parque Maurício Sirotsky Sobrinho is well known as a venue for annual Acampamento Farroupilha, a three day long event. Parque Germânia (Germania Park) is also a major park dotting city’s landscape.

Porto Alegre Flights

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