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Layoverguide for Rio suggests a minimum of four hours as a slot to allow a tiny viewing bit of the city. So assuming an hour outside, that still allows three, but that's tight for you. Another traveller online suggests that they've gotten through customs in 30-60 minutes on several occasions, however have once missed a flight with a 1h45 layover. You ...


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You're asking for opinions, which are very personal. But... Peru has plenty to offer. You're probably flying into Lima, but not one person I've ever spoken to who has been to Lima has said it was a city worth visiting. Because of that, I skipped it on my trip this year (though I am stopping by next year). Distances in Peru (and South America) are huge. ...


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You can enter/leave the US on your American passport and enter/leave Brazil on your Cyprian passport. As long as you're entering and leaving a given country on the passport of the local country (if you have one) or the same passport (if you don't have a local one) you should be fine. In general airlines will not check your visas for you (one exception I ...


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There are buses from Santa Cruz to San Matias in Eastern Bolivia, on the border to Brazil. It takes around 15-18 hours on dirt roads. Once in Mato Grosso (on your way to Cáceres) the roads are very good and modern. You won't easily find information on buses online, just go to the bus terminal once you're there in Santa Cruz and buy your ticket. Don't plan ...


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most European Union tourists can't extend their 90 day tourist visa (including e.g. the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Italy, Sweden etc.), except those from the UK, Poland, Portugal and Ireland who can.


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I found a website where the bus connection is shown. But obviously it isn't such a good route as the person stated it would be, so probably I will take a bus to Salvador and then a transfer via boat to Morro de Sao Paulo. Seems to be the fastest and cheapest alternative, though I didn't expect it to be...



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