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Chapeco Airport

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Mo-Fr 0000-0300 0400-0630 0830-1030 1230-1630 1730-1900 2300-2400
Sa 0000-0300 0400-0630 0830-1430 2200-2300
Su 0500-0600 1300-1430 1530-1930 2230-2400
Chapeco Airport, 89804-460

Telephone: 55-49-9987-8033

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Hertz at Chapeco Airport

Serafin Enoss Bertaso Airport is five miles southwest of the centre of the Brazilian city of Chapecó. If you hire a car at Chapecó Airport you'll soon find that the Acesso Florenal Ribeiro leads back into the city from outside the small passenger terminal. It passes through the Palmital district, which boasts a popular park area with streams, bridges and a lake. The city centre is further on; a grid of mostly modern buildings. The airport itself stands in a flat area of farmland sandwiched between woods and rolling hills. There's open and covered parking available at the airport for the utmost convenience.

Visitors with a hire car from Chapecó Airport will notice some wonderful countryside to explore around the area. It's easy enough to get around; six major roads converge on the city. Chapecó stands in the Santa Catarina state in southern Brazil, with the Argentinian border relatively close by. The highlights of the surrounding area boast forest trails like the Trilha do Pitoco and beautiful waterfalls at Gruta de Sede Figueira. The Cathedral of St Anthony is amongst Chapecó's own noteworthy sightseeing opportunities, alongside the Tropeiro Velho Museum which displays the local agricultural livelihood kept in traditional wooden farmhouses.