When planning your next vacation, look at these Buzios facts before making your decision! Situated some 105 miles from Rio de Janeiro is the beautiful peninsula of Buzios. With 22 beaches, an amazing climate and a night life to keep any party animal happy, its tourist heaven!
The busiest tourist season in Buzios is from mid-December to mid-February, but there is hardly a "bad" time to visit. Off season tends to be between March to June and September to November, when you should be able to find really good deals for holiday accommodation and car rentals. The beaches aren't quite so crowded too, so you can take it easy and enjoy the more peaceful side of the environment. Perhaps you want to enjoy the night life, of which there is plenty for all tastes - enjoy the Rio de Janeiro music - while sipping a sundowner at one of the many pubs lining the beachfronts.
Some facts about Buzios : the population of Buzios is approximately 20 000, and a large majority of the permanent residents work in the tourist industry, one of the main industries sustaining this region. The per capita income Buzios is on a par with that of the Brazilian average, and obviously is largely dependant on the tourist industry. The downtown region of Buzios has many popular restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars. There are also a couple of supermarkets and a number of smaller grocery outlets. There are 5 gas stations, a number of drugstores and plenty of internet cafes with high speed internet connections! The Brazilian government is well represented with the City Hall in downtown Buzios. Buzios city demographics indicate a mostly young or old population (being either young professionals or retirees); and health services are well organized.
When researching Buzios facts, remember that the language is Portuguese, but that this dialect is different from that spoken in Portugal. You will find that some of the larger hotels, restaurants and shops will have a number of staff who speak English, or alternatively Spanish, and you should have no difficulty in communicating in any of these languages. The tour operators will also have bilingual or trilingual staff available to assist with any translations.
Like any holiday destination, remember to get as many of the Buzios facts at your fingertips, so that you don't have to worry about finding out how you can get the most from your holiday dollar - you can rather spend your holiday time relaxing and enjoying the beautiful surrounding of Buzios.