Here you will find a map of Buzios Brazil and links to various other Buzios Brazil map resources. Also useful is a map of Rio de Janeiro, as this will usually include a Buzios map. When you are planning your trip it always makes things easier if you use a brightly colored pen to circle some of the destinations you want to visit. This allows you to plan day trips and find bus routes that will take you to all the places you want to go.
Buzios Google satellite maps provide the most detailed maps of Buzios, but these are not usually printer friendly. However, you can easily switch to the Buzios Brazil street maps on the Google maps system. This allows you to plan routes and gives you something to show a taxi driver if you want to get to a specific place. However, because of the unique layout of the Buzios peninsula simple street maps do not always properly convey elevation changes, and some streets are not accessible from others. For this you will need the satellite maps.
The layout of the beaches can also be confusing to first time visitors. With 24 beaches to choose from, and some offering vastly differing conditions, having a map of Buzios Brazil can help you find the beaches best suited to you. As a general guideline the beaches on the West coast are calm and sheltered, while those on the East coast offer the best surf, but are not always ideal for sunbathing or strolling on the beach.
A map of Buzios Brazil is also useful if you want to decide on accommodation options. Many hotels look great in their photographs, but are actually right near to an undesirable location. Sometimes they can be far away from any meaningful attractions, and hotels are likely to underplay this in their brochures and online material. Make sure you pick a hotel that is close to the places you are going to want to see by using a detailed map of Buzios Brazil.
The street layout in Buzios can be confusing, and a map of Buzios Brazil that shows where the dead ends and level changes are is essential. Many tourists drive around for ages trying to find a route through to a road they can see, but not get onto. Avoid this mistake by carrying detailed Buzios Brazil street maps with you at all times.