Includes how to get to and from the country/economy as well as the different transportation options and their reliability within this country.
Last Published: 7/5/2017
Brazil has numerous international and domestic airports, and American Airlines, Azul, Delta, Tam and United Airlines offer direct flights between Brazil and the U.S. The country’s taxi services run very well, though U.S. citizens are recommended, for safety reasons, to meet one at a taxi stand or to call a radio-dispatched taxi, not to simply hail a taxi on the street. Public transportation, such as busses and subways, are also available in metro areas but can often be unsafe.
In major Brazilian cities, mobile apps are available to hire taxis and personal drivers for transportation inside metropolitan areas using credit card and cash as methods of payment:

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