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Brazil Bus Travel: Tour Bus Trips In Brazil

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SAO PAULO, June 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Foreign visitors who want to explore Brazil in a cost efficient way may choose to do so via long haul tour buses. Those besides being much cheaper than the planes offer a much greater coverage of places one can visit and with a fleet of  ultra modern vehicles, equipped with reclining sleep-chairs, access to Internet and air-conditioning provide comfort comparable and often surpassing the air travel. The resting areas are located in places with restaurants and shopping spaces where you can purchase regional products, among other conveniences.

Just by clicking the link, you may choose your destination from among three thousand destinations available on the website of Brazil Bus Travel, e-commerce of coach tickets, covering 80% of all the road sections of Brazil, with routes of 30 different coach companies. You may purchase your ticket using your international credit card on desktop, iPad, or mobile phone as the site has both desktop and the mobile version available.

About Brazil Bus Travel

Specializing in the online sales of coach tickets, Brazil Bus Travel began its activities in September 2013 and very shortly acquired 100 thousand users and 300 thousand monthly page views. It sells tickets from the 30 main coach companies located in the country, which cover 80% of the sections in operation and some 3 thousand destinations. It accepts national and international credit cards and does not require the submission of the CPF <taxpayer code> for foreign visitors, offering as well bank payment slips with 5% of discount. The website, available in Portuguese, English and Spanish, informs about features and location of the main bus terminals in the country and gives you several tips about voyages and itineraries.

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