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Cachaça, cases and off you go. I was once told that even if you are not “fabulous”, Brazil makes you feel “fabulous”. Though the word fabulous is often amiss from my daily vocabulary, my love for Brazil is unmatched and my desire to return is “fabulously” strong. There is an incredible fare being offered from One World airlines British Airways and Iberia offering you the opportunity to hit Brazil’s best from Rio to Sao Paulo in total style, business class style. Oh and you can stop in the United States in Miami or JFK on the way there or back! WOW.

a city on a mountain

a row of seats in an airplane

For £1300 you can fly round trip flat bed business class from Europe (Amsterdam or Barcelona) to Sao Paulo or Rio De Janeiro, Brazil in Club World or Iberia business class. On a ten plus hour flight, you’ll love the bed and champagne sedative. However you choose to route, you can make the journey as wonderful as the legendary beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana. You can choose to route to Sao Paulo or Rio, truly one of the most stunning places on earth. I’ve visited a few countries in the year before their Olympic games, including Australia, Brazil and England and it’s a wonderful time to experience them in the “calm before the storm” charm offensive. Who doesn’t like to be the guy in the room watching an Olympic broadcast and say, “yeah, I’ve been there”? Given the ability to add a stopover in Miami or New York on your way going or the way home means you can experience business class on three continents for just over £1000!

a woman standing in the water

There appears to be a steady number of dates available for a post summer trip with incredible availability in September, October and beyond (remember they are South of the Equator). The fare permits a stopover in each direction so with the right travel agent, you can really maximize the possibilities. The fare includes a seven day minimum stay requirement, which I see as an opportunity. Rio and Sao Paulo are only an hour and change of flying time, with Buenos Aires only three hours away from either. Why not see them all? British Airways Avios are one of the best ways to spend miles for shorthaul flights. For a pittance of British Airways miles, you could fly between Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires round trip on British Airways partner Qatar Airways in their superb business or first class. If South America is calling you, call back, this is a great deal and a splendid opportunity to drink caipirinhas and play some beach volleyball in one of the most stunning environments on earth. Bookable on British Airways or Iberia’s websites directly. Or just click here for a built in amazing itinerary ready to buy.

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Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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