You can expect quality service, custom entertainment, versatility and a massive route network when you fly LATAM to Brazil. As the leading carrier in South America, there’s no better choice for your trip to Brazil’s top cities. Let LATAM show you the way.
Start in São Paulo, one of the world’s largest cities, abuzz with culture, nightlife and diversity. Stroll down Avenida Paulista or drink in the view from atop Banespa Tower. Enjoy a night on the town at the city’s range of clubs, from samba-rock to electro-pop, or savor the cuisine in uniquely Brazilian churrascarias.
Rio de Janeiro offers something to suit any traveler’s tastes. Of course, no trip would be complete without a visit to one of the city’s sunny beaches, like those found in Barra and Recreio. For the “Cristo Redentor” landmark, take the train to Corcovado before or after sampling the culture at several museums, including Museu Histórico Nacional and Museu Nacional de Belas Artes.
Next stop is Belo Horizonte, one of Brazil’s largest cities and a perfect spot to immerse oneself in local culture and history. You may recognize São Francisco de Assis Church in Pampulha Park or Sete Setembro Square from pictures, but now experience it firsthand. Taste Mineiro food, a blend of Portuguese, African and native Indian cooking before visiting many bars and lounges in “the bar capital of Brazil.”
Vacation as the Brazilians do in Fortaleza, where urban beaches and a boisterous party scene delight. Find live music nearly anywhere you go, including the traditional fórro dance. With a strong local textile industry, this city is the place to shop. When you check your luggage on your return LATAM flight, make sure it includes Brazilian clothing, handicrafts and hammocks from Fortaleza.
A strong Afro-Brazilian population sets the stage for Salvador as a cultural hub. Taste the essence of the city — literally — by enjoying its cuisine. In Terreiro de Jesus, find street food favorites like acarajé, small fritters made from black-eyed peas and onions. Take Lacerda Elevator, four elevators traveling 236 feet in 30 seconds.
Wherever you visit in Brazil, let LATAM take you there. Learn more.
Airplane travel evokes a lot of emotions these days: excitement, anticipation, uncertainty and nervousness, just to name a few. But when you do take to the skies again, the giddiness of getting pampered at 35,000 feet can most certainly wash away the surrealness of the past year and a half — at least for the duration of a long- haul flight — as you sip Champagne and slip your feet into plush slippers. While some global airlines have paused or pushed back plans for upgrades and refreshes to their premium cabins, others have introduced exciting changes that await in your pod or lie-flat bed in first and business classes. What’s more, amenities like privacy screens, sliding suite doors and space to spread out all serve a dual purpose as methods to luxuriate in the air while keeping social distance. Here are some nice- ties to expect now and in the near future, from retrofitted seat configurations to updated décor to Michelin-starred meals:
History and culture are etched into every corner of Greece. Beginning with its language, the oldest written language still in existence, and moving from the traces of passing civilizations and religions to pre-historic findings and works from many movements, there’s a wealth of culture to discover on your next trip to Greece.
United Airlines is making international travel more accessible. United announced the largest trans-Atlantic expansion in its history, including 10 new flights and five new destinations including Amman (AMM), Jordan; Bergen (BGO), Norway; Azores (PDL), Portugal; Palma de Mallorca (PMI), Spain; and Tenerife (TFS) in the Spanish Canary Islands. All new routes, set to begin in spring 2022, are not served by any other North American carrier.
Galataport Istanbul, a new cruise and lifestyle destination on the Bosphorus in Istanbul, welcomed its first ship, SeaDream II, on Oct. 1. Approximately 150 passengers and crew from Bulgaria Varna arrived at 10 a.m. for a two-day homeport operation before continuing to Bulgaria Burgaz.
The Global Business Travel Association’s (GBTA) Convention 2021 will be unlike any other convention before it, as we come together in person for the first time since the business travel industry drastically changed and look forward to rebuilding and reshaping the future. GBTA Convention 2021 will bring all of us together to learn from experts and each other, in-person at Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, Nov. 17–19. The safety of our attendees is our top priority. View health and safety protocols.
The countdown to Halloween weekend is on! Are you are still unsure about plans? Do you go to a house party? Stay in to hand out candy? Try something different this year and join Philadelphia’s The Mütter Museum at its 6th annual Mischief at The Mütter.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Walker Hotel Tribeca is blushing pink with an exclusive offer benefitting the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Throughout the month, guests can book an all-pink guestroom, among additional amenities.
GBTA’s Convention 2021 will bring the business travel industry together for the first time in a long time. Once again, you’ll learn and connect with experts and each other, along with discussions with leading thinkers, entrepreneurs and change makers addressing the issues that matter most.
Insight Vacations, Tourism Ireland and Tourism Northern Ireland are offering the chance to win a free trip to Ireland for two, valued at $6,000. Oct. 18–22, The Road to Ireland contest page will be updated daily with a new clue and question that contestants will need to answer for a chance to win a trip for two on Insight’s Country Roads of Ireland tour in 2022. Contestants have until 11:59 p.m. PST Oct. 29 to submit answers.