Florianopolis (Florianopolis)

Ersilio Luz International Airport AEROPORTO INTERNACIONAL HERCíLio Luz), also known as Florianopolis International Airport / Ersilio Luz (Aeroporto Internacional De FlorianóPOLIS / HERC&# 237; Lio Luz) – Main Air Gate Florianopolis.

Gol Airlines – Belo Horizonte, Buenos Aires (Argentina), Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo

Lan Airlines – Santiago de Chile (Chile), seasonal flights

Pluna – Montevideo (Uruguay), seasonal flights

Tam Airlines – Brazilia, Campinas, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo

Florianopolis (Florianopolis) – Resort town on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in the south-east of Brazil, the capital of Santa Catarina. Part of the city is located on the west coast of the Island of Santa Catarina, and the part on the mainland (three bridges are connected). Population – 427 298 people (2011).

The city was founded on March 23, 1726 and today is a major tourist center, with well-surviving colonial architecture in the historic center, with large shopping centers, many hotels, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

Florianopolis is famous for the very high quality of life, due to which it is considered one of the best cities for life in Brazil.

Florianopolis (Florianopolis)

The population of the city for the most part consists of Brazilians of European origin – mostly these are descendants of Portuguese (from the Azores), Germans and Italians.

In Florianopolis and its surroundings, more than 40 good beaches (one of the most beautiful in the country), many of them with excellent waves and strong winds, due to which there are excellent conditions for surfing and windsurfing.

Every year, the World Cup is held in Florianopolis, attracting many professional athletes and ordinary lovers here.

And Florianopolis is also known for its major Music Folianopolis Music Festival, held annually in November, during which he turns into the musical capital of Brazil for 3 days.

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