GRU

Terminal 3

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Restaurants

You can choose from a range of about 20 food and drink concessions in Terminal 3 before Security. Among the options are Middle Eastern cuisine, an American grill, sushi and fast food. After Security you'll find mostly cafes, snack stations and bars. Head to the 24-hour Bar Bleriot & Lounge for a caipirinha - Brazil's national cocktail - or something from the international menu. Plenty of natural light from the large windows at this venue near Gates 301-304 is welcomed by transiting passengers. Please visit the Lounges page for more details on Priority Pass benefits at Bar Bleriot.
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Shopping

Shop for souvenirs of Brazil, cosmetics, perfume and travel accessories in the terminal's 7 or so stores before Security. Once you're through to the Departures area, you'll find a good retail area stocked with fashion, jewelry and technology wares. There are around 13 designer brand apparel stores and several duty-free outlets, including one specially for kids.
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Facilities

  • Baby care facilities
  • Currency exchange
  • Pharmacy
  • Prayer room (must be pre-booked)
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Accessibility

  • Please contact your airline at least 48 hours before traveling
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Restaurants

Enjoy burgers and milkshakes at Bob's and Brazilian snacks at Casa Do Pão De Queijo (The House of Cheese Bread), which is open 24 hours.
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Shopping

If you're looking for a last-minute gift, there's a duty-free store in Arrivals, as well as a flower kiosk.
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Facilities

  • Baggage storage
  • Currency exchange
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Accessibility

  • Please contact your airline at least 48 hours before traveling

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