Armação dos Búzios, about 180 km of the city of Rio De Janeiro, exceeded the borders of Brazilian tourism and nowadays it is visited by thousands of tourists from all the world. Considered one of the most beautiful and popular balneary of the country, Búzios enchants for its paradisiacal beaches, flaring landscapes and cozy places.
With hectic cultural and night life, the city offers all necessary infrastructure for its visitors’ convenience. The popular Rua das Pedras (Stone Street) concentrates pretty people, local handicraft, shops, bars, nightclubs, typical, international and sophisticated restaurants. Besides these attractions, there are gastronomical, cinema and music festivals. It is a place full of delights, with diverse public, who find spaces to reunite and enjoy the pleasures provided by the city.
Sculptures in bronze decorate Orla Bardot.
Apart from the beaches, the best of Buzios is there. You will find great restaurants, boutiques, charming art galleries, bars, cozy ice cream and coffee shops. During the day, it can be a bit quiet, but when the night falls, spaces gain life and agitation.
It offers varied routes, including stops for bathing on many beaches and visits to some islands, as Rasa, Branca and Feia. There are departures from Ossos Beach (boat), Canto Beach (schooner) and the Center’s pier (catamaran).
In the outskirts of Forno Beach, the mounts disclose Brave and João Fernandes beaches. In João Fernandes, the view is formed by Brava, Rasa and Armação beaches.
The stroll, made in an opened truck, lasts two hours and circulates through 12 beaches and two belvederes. It departures three times a day from Orla Bardot. The onboard service includes water, juices, biscuits and fruits.