• 19 Nov 2017, 17:50
  • João

KLM flights from many Italian cities to Brazil from only €391!

Cheap flights to Brazil!

(Updated) KLM is offering a good price from Italy to Brazil! Book tickets from Milan, Rome, Bologna, Florence, Naples, Venice or Turin to Sao Paulo with prices starting at only €391 for a round trip!

Brazil is well known for its beaches, carnivals, football, and nightlife. Go to discover one of the biggest Brazilian cities Sao Paulo or start from it your big Brazilian adventure deep into the country. Visit mysterious Amazonia, the Pantanal Wild Life Reserve or head further north to the breathtaking Roraima!

Travel dates:
March – April 2018

To check all available dates click here >>>

Routing:
Milan – Sao Paulo – Milan
Rome – Sao Paulo – Rome
Bologna – Sao Paulo – Bologna
Venice – Sao Paulo – Venice
Turin – Sao Paulo – Turin
Florence – Sao Paulo – Florence
Naples – Sao Paulo – Naples

How to book:
CLICK HERE>> or just follow one of the links below and adjust travel dates.

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag and one piece of checked baggage per passenger.

Sample bookings:
Milan – Sao Paulo – Milan >>>

Bologna – Sao Paulo – Bologna >>>

Florence – Sao Paulo – Florence >>>

Venice – Sao Paulo – Venice >>>

Turin – Sao Paulo – Turin >>>

Rome – Sao Paulo – Rome >>>

Accommodation:
We suggest you stay at Novotel Sao Paulo with breakfasts and very good reviews for only €52 per night! This property is located in the heart of Sao Paulo, one block away from Anhangabau or Republica Metro Station. It features 2 restaurants, a gym, and offers reduced mobility facilities. WiFi is complimentary and available throughout. All rooms at Novotel Jaraguá São Paulo Conventions are air-conditioned and equipped with cable TV, minibar and an en suite bathroom.

Car:
Find the best prices on Rentalcars.com.

 

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