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Buzios, Brazil

Once home to pirates and slave-traders, Buzios is a beach-lined peninsula jutting out into the sea. Made famous by Brigitte Bardot in the 1960s, today its beautiful beaches are frequented by the rich and famous. It's the perfect place to play all day in the sand and surf, then play all night in the clubs and bars.

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Buzios, Brazil

Port of Call in South America

The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss

Everyone who comes to Buzios comes for the beaches. There are 20 different beaches within a few kilometers of town, each set off from the others by the area's unique topography. Their separation has allowed each beach to develop its own unique personality. Surf, snorkel, dive or sip caipirinhas on the beach.

Local Flavors

Owing to its heritage as a fishing village, and its oceanfront location, fish and seafood are the most popular local dishes here. If you're looking for a memorable meal, go to Joao Fernandinho Beach where you'll find several bars and restaurants where the seafood is fresh and delicious.

Shopping for Bargains

There aren't many bargains in this exclusive beach resort, but you can find some beautiful, unique items. From small traditional arts to custom-made dresses and clothing, this sophisticated resort offers some memorable shopping.

Currency

Brazil's currency is the Brazilian real (BRL). Most stores will accept credit cards; however, traveler's checks are not usually accepted. You may get a discount if you pay with cash.

Weather in Buzios, Brazil

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Average Precip. 0.24 in 0.61 cm

Before You Visit

Learn more about this port city with these tourist information guides.

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