Arriving in Sao Paulo

When the time comes to fly to Sao Paulo, a passenger cannot rely on a more professional and comfortable flight than Etihad Airways. A person can then soak up all of the rich culture of the beautiful city.

Plan Your Getaway to Sao Paulo

Want to have a little fun in the sun? Of course you do. That is why you should fly to Sao Paulo. Standing as the largest city in Brazil, it is home to some of the finest museums and art galleries on the planet. At the same time, the fine dining and the exciting nightlife are as wonderful as a traveler can imagine.

Once you travel to Sao Paulo, you can feast your eye on the Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo, also known as the Sao Paulo Museum of Art. Situated in Ibirapuera Park, the impressive museum has well over 7,000 pieces by artists like Van Gogh, Renoir, Monet, Rembrandt and Picasso. Meanwhile, the Art Gallery of the State of Sao Paulo features the unmatched work of the best Brazilian artists from the 19th and 20th centuries.

Brazil’s largest zoo, Jardim Zoológico, features more than 3,000 different species. The Banespa Skyscraper consists of an observation tower for visitors to get a 360° view of the city from 35 stories up. Holding up to 8,000 men and women at a time, the Metropolitan Cathedral is made up of a Renaissance-styled dome, as well as stained glass panels from France, Italy and Brazil. Anytime of the year is ideal for visiting Sao Paulo and its beautiful attractions. Take a look at Etihad Airways’ best deal for flights to Sao Paulo.

Flying from Ireland

Book your flights from Ireland to hundreds of worldwide destinations with Etihad Airways and experience exceptional comfort and luxury aboard our brand new aircrafts, each equipped with cutting edge in-flight entertainment systems.

Major Airports in Ireland

Ireland features four international airports and seven regional airports, though the relatively modest size of the Isle limits the need for domestic air travel. Of Ireland’s approximately 4.5 million inhabitants, roughly a third live within the city of Dublin and the surrounding areas, so it comes as no surprise that Dublin Airport (DUB) is the primary airport for international and domestic air travel. Opened in 1940, Dublin Airport’s two terminals service in excess of 19 million passengers each year.

Airport Transportation in Ireland

Dublin Airport is located just 10 kilometres from Dublin city centre, and is serviced by over 1,000 buses and coaches each day. Travellers can take the bus to Dublin Airport and into the city for a modest ticket price. The trip takes approximately half an hour, depending on traffic. A taxi to Dublin Airport is also available, though at greater cost with no real change in travel time. At the present time, there are no direct trains to Dublin Airport.

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Interested in Sao Paulo? Consider Belfast

Book your flights to Belfast with Etihad Airways, pack your luggage, and get ready to discover the city famous for having the most character in Ireland. Perfectly preserved castles, a lively cultural calendar, and parks filled with wildlife and beautiful scenery are waiting for you.

Plan Your Belfast Holiday

One of the reasons to travel to Belfast is its amazing and unique architecture. Explore the Belfast Castle, a rare example of 19th century Scottish architecture; visit the adorable St. George’s Market, a spectacular Victorian-style structure; wander The Argory, a neoclassical gem; and marvel at the futuristic form of Titanic Belfast.

For those less interested in architecture, you can attend a show at the Lyric Theatre; play golf on one of Belfast’s seven golf courses; enjoy the several species of wild flowers that cover the fields of Barnett Demesne; or scale McArt’s Fort, an imposing mountain basalt. To get the most out of outdoor activities, the best season to buy tickets to Belfast is summer. Due to the low volume of tourists, it is easy to find cheap hotels in Belfast. Check out Etihad’s Deals section online to find flight deals to Belfast and let the adventure begin.

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