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The Best of Brazil, Brazil’s Top 25 Attractions

Mar 06, 11 The Best of Brazil, Brazil’s Top 25 Attractions

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Brazil’s Best Beaches & Boardwalks Copacabana Boardwalk in Rio de Janeiro: This four-kilometer stretch of beach is one of the most densely populated areas in the world and is famous for its beautiful women in provocative bikinis, professional athletes playing volleyball in the sand, and celebrities walking or jogging up and...

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Brazilian Portuguese Pronunciation

Most foreigners who have had some exposure to Spanish are left completely dumbfounded when they hear Portuguese. Although based on the Spanish language and structurally very similar, the differences in pronunciation are vastly different. In addition, Portuguese has far more accents and contractions than Spanish has. Interestingly,...

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What to Take to Brazil When You Travel

Jan 01, 11 What to Take to Brazil When You Travel

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Clothes Outside of São Paulo and Rio, Brazilians generally dress casually. Typical social attire for men includes some type of jeans and a new, white tee-shirt. Short sleeve button-down shirts are also popular and considered acceptable for business dress and dinner occasions. It’s common to see bank officials wearing these types...

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Brazil’s Regions: Planning Your Trip

Nov 29, 08 Brazil’s Regions: Planning Your Trip

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THE SOUTHEAST Most flights to Brazil land in either São Paulo or Rio de Janeiro, and it’s here in the Southeast Region, where most travelers begin their journeys in Brazil. Italian immigrants and rich coffee barons built the city of São Paulo into a rich Mecca of commerce and culture. In the late 1800s, hoards of Italian...

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Passports and Visas; The Basics

Nov 09, 08 Passports and Visas; The Basics

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It’s important that you not only know about the visa requirements for travel to Brazil, but also the length of stay and other official things relating to your trip. Do I Need a Visa to Enter Brazil? Americans need to have a passport and Brazilian visa to enter Brazil. You’ll need to contact the Brazilian Consolate...

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Why Visit Brazil, What to Do and See in Brazil

Why Visit Brazil? You’re kidding, right? Well, for those who are just getting to know this big, beautiful South American country, here is a quick rundown of what Brazil has to offer… Nature and Wildlife Encounters Brazil has some of the most exotic and fascinating wildlife on the planet and you can get a close-up look...

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