What places combine well with Recife, Olinda, Fernnado de Noronha?
The towns and beaches of Brazil’s northeast: Natal, Pipa, Salvador da Bahia: Brazil’s most exotic city (1.5 hours by air from Natal, 1 hour 20mins from Recife); Lençóis in the Chapada Diamantina, via Salvador and a 6 hour drive.
How do I get to Recife, Olinda, Fernando de Noronha?
You can fly to Recife via a change of plane in Portugal on the Portuguese airline TAP. Fernando de Noronha is 1 hour 40 minutes by air from Recife. Flights between Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo take around 3 hours; to or from from Salvador it is 1hr 20mins.
How do I get local currency in Recife, Olinda, Fernando de Noronha?
The easiest way to get local currency (reais) is to use a debit card in one of the many ATMs. You can also change US dollars in monet exchange offices - pounds sterling or euros are often not accepted as there is no rate available.
When's the best time to visit Recife, Olinda, Fernando de Noronha?
It’s hot with plenty of sunshine all rear round, but most rain falls between Mar-Jul, so the Brazilian summer is relatively dry.
Note that the time difference with the UK is GMT -2 hours in Fernando de Noronha and -3 hours on the mainland (Recife). There is daylight saving Oct- end Feb (approx) when clocks are put forward one hour.
What's the official language of Recife, Olinda, Fernando de Noronha?
Brazilian Portuguese, a more languid and musical version of Portugal’s mother tongue.