Buzios Cruise Port Shuttles
BZC airport transfers
Resting along the shores of central Brazil, Búzios is a quietly busy resort town just half an hour from lush coastline highways leading to Rio de Janeiro. Cruise ships arriving to Búzios will likely dock off Mangue Pier, a scenic boardwalk mostly used for fishing. Encompassing the main downtown area is a few old churches, beaches and scenic lookouts, not to mention several vibrant restaurants that bring some of the best ingredients to the forefront. Smaller boats can tender guests ashore from the cruise ship, dropping guests off to a mostly walkable city-rural atmosphere. See it all best with a transfer ready and waiting, choosing between modest options like sedans, vans and SUVs perfect for seeing mountainous outskirts with intimacy, or go with a meet-and-greet service for the chance to get dropped off at any given moment, whether it be through the convenience of a quick taxi or the luxury of a limousine aware of the brightest Brazilian restaurants.
Viewpoints discoverable along the shore can be found through the Mirante do Forno, while an array of unique beachfronts can be sought after ranging from Ferradura Beach’s hidden cove waters, as well as the shallow rocks and strange geology of Seal Beach. Look forward to adorned lookouts from the peaks of Brava Lookout afterward, moderately challenging paths lined with exotic cacti and other cool gravel paths. For something that blends natural and urban seamlessly, move toward the narrow strait’s Porto da Barra Búzios for an array of amber-lit patios, chairs and festive shops perfect for getting an all-in-one experience not too far from the cruise terminal. The best restaurants, however, are located along the peninsula’s northern coastline road of Jose Bento Ribeiro Dantas Avenue, home to deluxe seafood served at Restaurant o Barco, as well as deluxe Italian at Primitivo Búzios.