Buzios is a smaller town and doesn't really have a very big public transportation system. However, there are public buses that run from the downtown district and reach most of the beaches and other hot spots in the area. Generally, the buses get the job done, but they aren't the best in Brazil. For example, most of the buses are air conditioned, but not all, whereas they are all supposed to be in Rio de Janeiro. The prices for riding on the bus are not too expensive, but when compared with the option of taking a taxi to wherever you want to go for only R$1.80, it's almost worth it to just take the taxi. You have to keep in mind, however, that if you keep taking the taxis for the entire time that you are in Buzios it will end up costing you a lot of money. Another thing to keep in mind is that there is aquatic transportation as well. Aquatic taxis take people from Canto to Ossos, Azeda, and Joao Fernandez. These are some pretty beach areas, and it's definitely a good idea to check them out at least once. The aqautic taxis aren't too much money, and it is definitely worth it to go there at least once.