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Whether you are visiting Brasilia for a holiday or you are travelling for company business, Business Class International have access to the best prices in business class and first class flights along with preferential rates on some of the finest hotels on the planet. As an ATOL protected agent you can be sure that your flights or holiday can be booked with confidence at the right price. From start to finish we will take care of your complete itinerary so you can sit back and enjoy the journey.

Brasilia is the federal capital of Brazil and the seat of government of the Federal District. Administratively the city is located in the Federal District, which is in the Central-West Region. Physically it is located in the Brazilian Highlands. It has a population of about 2,562,963 (3,716,996 in the metropolitan area) as of the 2008 IBGE estimate, making it the fourth largest city in Brazil. The national capital's climate is Tropical savanna climate (Aw) according to many of Köppen's classifications. Brasilia's climate closely borders a subtropical highland climate (Cwa/Cwb), showing many of the "eternal spring" features of that climate. The individual seasons are defined according to the degree of humidity of the air: one season is dry, while the other one is comparatively humid. The major roles of construction and of services (government, communications, banking and finance, food production, entertainment, and legal services) in Brasilia's economy reflect the city's status as a governmental rather than an industrial centre. Industries connected with construction, food processing, and furnishings are important, as are those associated with publishing, printing, and computer software. As a venue for political events, music performances and movie festivals, Brasilia is a cosmopolitan city, with around 119 embassies, a wide range of restaurants and complete infrastructure ready to host any kind of event. Not surprisingly, the city stands out as an important business tourism destination, which is an important part of the local economy, with dozens of hotels spread around the national capital. Traditional parties take place throughout the year. In June, there are large festivals celebrating Catholic saints, such as Saint Anthony, Saint John the Baptist, and Saint Peter, that are called "festas juninas," or June festival. On September 7, the traditional Independence Day parade is held on the Ministries Esplanade. A few other main attractions are Chapada dos Veadeiros – A National Park with plenty of cerrado wildlife and surrounded by several waterfalls. Itiquira Falls – this 168 m-high waterfall is just over 100 km from Brasilia, in the municipality of Formosa, Goiás and Caldas Novas – The largest natural hot springs resort in the world.

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