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Buzios is a playground for residents of Rio de Janeiro, well, the affluent ones at least, judging by the price of the merchandise in its leisure-focused shops.
The resort came to wider notice when actress Bridget Bardot found it as a hideaway from the media....More
My wife and I were off the ship, we had walked around, and we had already had our picture taken with the Bridgett bardou statue. A fellow ship passenger said the trolley had been fun, so I took a chance for a couple of hours....More
This open-aired bus was a fun way to see the beaches, landscapes, and mansions of Buzios. Overall I think the tour was about two hours. We were able to get an English speaking guide. We were given 20 to swim at one of the beaches,...More
We took a "highlights" tour with this company. There was a good contingent from our cruise ship, we were counted off and my wife and I were the last two. This resulted in our sitting in the very rear seats of the bus. The it...More
You do not have to pay $119 to the cruise ship. If you book the trolley at their office, it is about US$17 (BRR 50). But be careful of which trolley and guide you get.
Fernanda was very nice, but her English was almost non-existent....More
We chose to do this Trolley in Buzios based on reviews here, not that great on beaches and DH has some difficulty walking at times.
The Trolley is a short and interesting walk as you take a left on the boardwalk from the tender pier,...More
For the grand total of Reais 50 (say US $13.00) we enjoyed an open-air 90 minute tour of all the essential sights on offer at Buzios, especially the rugged cliffs of Ossos, looking out over the windswept Atlantic, passing (and stopping at) some of the...More
In the evening we booked a 9am tour for the next morning. When we got there the next morning we were told that exceptionally the tour would take place at 10am (unspoken reason there were 2 cruise ships in port). After hanging around for more...More