Rio de Janeiro to Ushuaia.
Ushuaia is a city located in the far south in the world, located in the extreme south of Argentina near Cape Horn. Since you won’t find anything but money up it’s not good to travel there, most people who decide to visit this area, known as Tierra del Fuego, opting for a plane ride from .
I will challenge you to do something different: travel by road is not the capital of Argentina, but one of the most popular cities in Brazil .
Will face many adventures and moments the wonderful times that you want to surrender to fatigue, exhaustion and stunning pictures, and you’ll discover parts of the world didn’t think in her presence before.
Europeans need no visa to travel to Brazil, nor to any other country along this route, Uruguay, Chile and Argentina. All you need is a passport valid for six months from the date of entry in each of those countries. Brazilians do not even need a passport for all those countries as well.
A view of the port of ozwea.
The closer you get to Ushuaia, the harder the weather will be. In the winter in Tierra del Fuego is harsh, although the temperatures don’t plummet. It’s colder than the actual temperature because of the strong and cold wind. Besides, the days are very short. You’ll want to travel there in the summer, which is located in the southern hemisphere from December to February. To be honest, any time of the year is a great place to visit this wonderful place. It’s just experiments will be completely different.
What a package.
Tierra del Fuego National Park.
The biggest logistical problem, let’s call it, is what to wear. With Rio de Janeiro gone, you will come from a hot city and you will feel cold in the middle of your journey. In Patagonia, well, in the Patagonia we never know how the weather will be, but will definitely be cooler. If you have electronic devices, fill them in waterproof bags and bags. A good pair of mandatory hiking boots.
Military ice in Ushuaia.
If it was good to travel in other flights with travel insurance is appropriate, when it comes to Patagonia, due to the remoteness, it is extremely important. In the event of an accident or emergency, the costs of evacuation are very high.
If you choose to spend a day in Sao Paulo before continuing your journey south, you can breathe in the Avenida Paulista, which is the street that connects the parts of the new and old of the city. It’s the business and Cultural Center in São Paulo, where you’ll find more stores.
The historical center doesn’t look like most people think at the historical center. There aren’t many old buildings and most of them don’t think they’re fun at all. But this does not mean that there are not some real historical, such as the Teatro Municipal or station Luz train and Metro.
You can plan to stay an extra day in Sao Paulo and visit the city of Peru next door, two hours from Sao Paulo, where you can spend the day on the beach or visit the ruins of what is considered the first church built in Brazil in the 16th century. You might stop here on your way to Curitiba.
If you have a limited budget, you can stay in a common room in a hotel office, downtown about 100 meters from the Luz station. If you want a little better lodging, I recommend a motel villa where you pay a little more but stay in a private room with a private bathroom.
It’s one of the largest cities in southern Brazil, where most people of Europeans, with blond hair and eyes blue and green. Be a little cold even in summer, especially at night time, with temperatures frequently below zero in the winter. When you get to Curitiba, you’ll feel the first time you travel away from the equator and closer to the Antarctic region.
Likely to reach the train and bus station is huge, which is about a three terminals connected to each point as possible.Curitiba has enough interest in entertaining you for a few days, and maybe you should narrow down your list for a few.To roam the city, he used an efficient and budget-friendly bus network. There is a special bus (R $ 35 / Eur 10) serve the tourist route and go through 20 of the main attractions in Curitiba.