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How to get to Rio de Janeiro

Rio is linked to airports from more than 80 countries.


Air travel times:

From major European capitals – about 10-hour flight
From North America – 9 to 15-hour flight
From Central America – about 7-hour flight
From South America –3 to 8-hour flight
From Africa – about 10-hour flight
From Asia – about 24-hour flight
From Oceania – about 15-hour flight


The International Airport Antonio Carlos Jobim is located at Ilha do Governador. From the airport to Barra da Tijuca, there is taxi, Uber or bus:

- special taxis are available at the airport with a flat rate of around US$ 40

- regular (yellow) taxis are available, with taximeter; the cost to Barra is around US$ 30, depending on the traffic

- Uber is available in Rio de Janeiro

- Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is a public passenger transport system that provides fast urban mobility through segregated infrastructure with priority overtaking. A new concept of urban mobility with a high-performance, efficient and ecologically sustainable transit system that is on the political agenda of urban and environmental planners worldwide.

- There are also several car rental companies located at the airport and other places in the city







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