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Things to see in Búzios
With over 20 beaches, each with their own individual appeal, Búzios has a beach for everyone, but a particular family favorite is the secluded and scenic Azedinha beach. One of the best hidden beaches near downtown Búzios, its calm and crystal clear waters are ideal for swimming and snorkeling making it a top beach for families with small children. Another popular choice for families with older children is Ferradura beach—a tranquil cove perfect for banana-boat rides, kayaking and boat trips. For a stress-free and fun way to explore the town and its most beautiful beaches, hop on the Búzios Trolley, and come sunset, take a relaxing stroll down the waterfront boulevard of Orla Bardot, stopping off in one of the many beach-front cafés and restaurants. A trip down the charming flagstone street of Rua das Pedras is a must. This is at the heart of Búzios, where you’ll find a lively street teeming with shops, cafés and an eclectic choice of restaurants, catering for all palettes.
Family-friendly hotels in Búzios
Family-friendly accommodation in Búzios comes in all shapes and sizes, from resort hotels to “pousadas” and family-run inns, all of which are designed with families in mind so that you can enjoy your Búzios vacation to the full. Almost all of Búzios’ family-friendly hotels offer suites and family rooms, swimming pools, free WiFi, onsite restaurants, bars and room service. They also offer breakfast included in the rate and serve up child-friendly cuisine. For a stress-free family vacation, opt for one of the many child-friendly hotels that have easy access straight to the beach and are well positioned for the town’s shops and restaurants.
Where to stay in Búzios
The lively Rua da Pedras, Porto da Barra, and the beachfront promenade of Orla Bardot come together to create the buzzing center of Búzios, packed with busy restaurants, quirky shops, and outdoor cafés. At the northern tip of the peninsula, you’ll discover Ossos, the oldest part of Búzios. This pretty town boasts a charming harbor, and plenty of hotels and bars. For beautiful beaches with calm waters that are ideal for water sports and a slice of tranquility away from the resort’s bustling center, book into one of Manguinhos’ family hotels or B&Bs.
How to get to Búzios
Offering daily international flights, Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport is the largest airport in Brazil and the most likely place to start your journey to Búzios. Búzios’ Umberto Modiano Airport is for private flights only. Therefore driving from Rio de Janeiro is generally the preferred and most uncomplicated option when travelling as a family. Hire a family car from the airport and you can be in Búzios in around 2 hours. Alternatively, take one of the yellow taxis parked up on the street outside the terminal, or pre-book the services of a private driver.