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You don’t know the meaning of the word beach, until you’ve grabbed yourself an ice cold caipirinha and plonked down on the endless beaches of Rio De Janeiro. The city is a vibrant, captivating place to be- and that’s even before the world renowned sunsets. In a fantastic sale, you can get there from all over Europe for just €495, on top airlines like Lufthansa, American, TAP and Swiss.

The Amazing Economy Deals

Rio is always a hot place to go- no pun intended. There’s so much to do in and around the city, with incredible steakhouses, bars, hotels and world famous beaches, such as the Copacabana and Ipanema. Lufthansa and Swiss have combined to offer an awesome deal, bringing the many delights of South America for under €500 from: Paris, Geneva, Milan and Amsterdam, with other cities offering similarly good deals. The best deals are just €392 from Milan!

The Dates You Can Jet Off

These deals are available on select dates from November 2017 thru May 2018. This gives plenty of time to plan the perfect trip, well into the New year. We’ve made easy to use Google Flights links, taking you right to the best prices. All you need to do is change the dates!

How To Book These Fantastic Deals

As promised, here are links from all the cities mention. Simply click the links, change dates to find something that works for you and follow the easy Google Flights instructions for booking. Here are the best deals from Paris, Geneva, MilanBrussels and Amsterdam. Enjoy Rio, we always do!

 

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