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The city of Cuiaba sits right in the centre of South America, and boasts a unique culture that has been influenced by Portuguese, African, and Native American customs. Due to its location in Brazilian cattle country, it’s not uncommon to spot locals dressed in full cowboy regalia.

The vibrant nightlife of the city’s Praca Popular has lent weight to the rumour that the best beer in Brazil is served in Cuiaba, but the city is also famous for its wildlife. The city’s location makes it a popular passing through point for visitors to the Pantanal Tropical wetlands, the Amazon, and the Cerrado, which all intersect nearby.

Airports in Cuiaba

Marachel Rondon International Airport (CGB) serves Cuiaba, and is located in neighbouring Varzea Grande. The airport was completed in 1964, and reached international status in 1996. Marachel Rondon Airport has recently been refurbished, with construction work on a second terminal nearing completion. This is likely to increase the number of international flights arriving and departing from Cuiaba.

Airlines that Fly to Cuiaba

Despite being an international airport, at the moment Marachel Rondon does not operate any routes outside of South America. If you’re planning on flying to Cuiaba, it’s likely that you will have to transfer at another Brazilian airport.

Current carriers that fly to Cuiaba are ASTA Linhas Aereas, Azul Brazilian Airlines, Avianca Brazil, Gol Airlines, Passaredo Linhas Aereas, and TAM Airlines. 

Getting into Cuiaba

Marachel Rondon Airport is only 10km away from Cuiaba city centre, making it easy to reach the city by public transport or taxi. Taking a taxi from the airport to the city centre will cost somewhere in the region of R $30, but it’s worth confirming with the driver before getting into the car.

The buses in Cuiaba are fast and reliable, and are less expensive than a taxi. You can catch a local bus from just outside the airport, at the Las Velas Hotel. Buses heading to ‘Shopping Pantanal’ will drop you around 200m away from Praca da Republica in the town centre.

Another option is to rent a car at the airport, where most of the large car rental brands are based. Although Cuiaba can be a difficult city to drive in, due to the narrow streets and one way systems, having your own car will serve you well if you want to get out and about and explore the rest of the region.

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