Brasilia, which was built in just 41 months and became the new capital of Brazil after its predecessor Rio de Janeiro, serves as a model in terms of city and environmental planning for the local units in the status of metropolis. Brasilia which is home to highly esthetical and modern examples in terms of architecture is in the list of UNESCO Heritages.
In addition to the buildings of all government departments of Brazil, the headquarters of the large Brazilian companies are located in Brasilia. The buildings such as the National Congress, The Palacio de Alvorada, The Palacio do Planalto, The Cathedral of Brasilia, Claudio Santoro, National Theater and Estadio Nacional de Brasilia are among the structures to visit. In addition, if there is a match during your visit, do not miss the experience of watching football in one of the most beautiful football fields of this country which is very assertive about football. Furthermore, a great number of museums, parks and gardens having attractive landscape architecture are waiting for their visitors.
Brasilia is under the influence of the tropical savanna climate. In the city, two seasons are effective. These are the rainy season continuing between October and April and arid season continuing between May and September. The temperature is measured around 20 degrees all year round.
In urban transportation, taxis, buses and metro network offering service with 24 stations on 2 different lines are used.
Since no passenger flight is arranged at Anapolis Airport in Anapolis, you can travel to Brazil International Airport, which is the nearest international airport, in order to reach the city. You can get to Anapolis from Brazil International Airport by bus or shuttle services, as well as you can travel by renting a car with or without a driver.
There are the bus lines that connect Brazil International Airport to Anapolis. However, it is not possible to reach Anapolis with a single bus and you need to transfer to another bus. Traveling by bus is much less costly compared to renting a car, however it takes too much time.
Some private companies serving at Brazil International Airport provide shuttle services to Anapolis. You can get information about the prices and departure times at the help desk in the arrival terminal. Shuttle services are cheaper than car rental services, yet they are slow. On the other hand, shuttles are faster compared to public buses, yet more costly.
Avis, Hertz and four local car rental companies serve at the airport. By renting a car at Brazil International Airport, you can reach Anapolis by driving southwest after connecting to the motorway 60. The total distance you need to cover is about 150 kilometer.Last Updated: 14 Feb 2017
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