Transportation directory provides you with all the information you need to know about transport in 12 host cities for the Brazil FIFA world cup 2014.

Transportation in Belo Horizonte
Belo Horizonte Transportation Guide provides you with all the information you need to know about transport in town. Every Belo Horizonte hotel is easily accessible to public transport. Read more

Transportation in Brasilia
Brasília was planned to be a city where transit flows smoothly. Lucio Costa planned the streets in such a way that even traffic lights would not be necessary: cars and buses would take thoroughfares to displace long distances, then would use one of several loops to gain access to local streets to reach specific destinations. Read more

Transportation in Curitiba
Curitiba is well connected by a great road system. There are four roads surrounding the city and connecting Curitiba to the states of Santa Catarina and São Paulo. The Curitiba international airport is another important connection channel. It´s still possible to access the city from the coastline via the train line that links Curitiba to Morretes, and on Sunday to Paranaguá. Read more

Transportation in Cuiaba
Flight, Bus, Hiring a car..Read more

Transportation in Fortaleza
If you're traveling to Fortaleza, Brazil, by air, the city has its own international airport. Taxis, rental cars, and even a bus service operate daily out of the airport. It is a little less expensive to hire a cab at the airport than in the city. The buses are often crowded and, as stated in Inside Fortaleza: Safety, are not really as safe for the tourist as, say, a taxi or rental car. Read more

Transportation in Manaus
Manaus is located on the Rio Negro (which means black river) 10 km upstream from where it meets the Solimoes River to form the Amazon River or Rio Amazonas. The city of Manaus is well connected by air and sea routes. The Brazilian airline, TAM, has daily scheduled flights to Manaus from all over Brazil. Copa Airlines has direct flights scheduled on weekends from Miami to Manaus. Many transatlantic ships like the Holland America Line make regular cruises to Manaus. Read more

Transportation in Natal
Bus, Taxi and car. Read more

Transportation in Recife
Recife, the capital of Pernambuco, is one of the largest and most important cities on the northeastern coast of Brazil. This lively capital, originally founded by Dutch colonizers, is brimming with a vibrant culture, an interesting old town (which includes the oldest synagogue in the Americas) and some nice beaches. The main transportation around Recife is Bus, taxi, car, boat and flight. Read more

Transportation in Sao Paolo
Sao Paulo has three airports, which owns the biggest number of international connections of Brazil and South America. There are two main airports: the “Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport (GRU)”, which receives national and international flights and the “Congonhas Airport”, which manages only local flights. The third airport is the “Campo de Marte”, which is located at north of Downtown; nevertheless, this airport receives only private flights and helicopters. Read more

Transportation in Salvador
There are a number of transportation options available in Salvador, including taxis, buses and car rentals. The bus fares are quite affordable, although the taxi fares can be quite expensive if one is traveling a long distance. This Salvador Brazil guide provides information about local taxi services, bus information and car rental businesses. Read more

Transportation in Rio De Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is a very large and quite accessible city that can often be tricky to get around in. Here are all the available options you need to get from Point A to Point B, whatever that destination may be.
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Transportation in Porto Alegre
Bus, metro, car. Read more

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