Florianopolis travel guide

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You're Going to Love Florianópolis

Like its hidden lagoons and rolling beaches, Florianópolis is like a jewel amongst all the gems in Brazil's roster of must-see cities. Blessed by lush beaches, sparkling lagoons, green Amazonian trails and delectable Brazilian cuisine, Florianópolis is the destination of choice for Brazilian nationals and global adventure-seekers.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Florianópolis

When to Visit Florianópolis

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When to visit depends on what kind of temperatures you consider "warm". Brazilian summer lasts from December to March, with temperatures of 77ºF or higher. "Winter" lasts from June to September, when temperatures drop to 62ºF.

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How to Get to Florianópolis

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Where to Stay in Florianópolis

Staying in style is easy at Majestic Palace. For modest but comfortable nights, check into the Pousada da Lagoinha guesthouse. Budget travelers will appreciate Floriparadise Hostel.

Popular Neighborhoods in Florianópolis

Where to stay in popular areas of Florianopolis

Most booked hotels in Florianopolis

How to Get Around Florianópolis

The Cost of Living in Florianópolis

Shopping Streets

There are several shopping spots such as Floripa Shopping and Iguatemi Florianópolis that feature 150-200 global brands and 7-8 movie screens for entertainment.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk is R$3.08 and a dozen eggs is R$6.13.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
C$ 8.26
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
C$ 100.05
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
C$ 1.50
C$ 2.38

Where to Eat in Florianópolis

There are many budget spots, but go ahead and book one of the five tables at the exclusive Bistro Isadora Duncan; enjoy succulent filet mignon and fresh seafood dishes for R$100 per person.