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Brazil Travel Tips and Information

Brazil Travel Tips and Information

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Official NameThe Federative Republic of Brazil
Population211 million
Country CodeBR
Country Code (international calls)55

The flight time to Brazil is approximately 10~11 hours. Check the climate, currency, religion, manners, other information of Brazil below. Wishing you pleasant travels to Brazil.

Brazil is the largest country in South America and Latin America. Brazil borders all other South American countries except Chile and Ecuador.

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Visa and Immigration Procedures to Brazil

Visa requirements differ according to your country of origin. For instance, nationals of most EU countries (Italy, Spain, etc) do not need to obtain a visa. However, all travelers must have a valid passport. Citizens from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay may enter the country with a valid ID card and stay up to 90 days. The visa process for US citizens is actually very tedious so please be sure to double check with a Brazilian embassy or consulate for further details.

Things/Items Allowed into Brazil

Travelers are permitted to import without incurring customs duty 12 liters of alcoholic beverages, 400 individual cigarettes and 25 cigars. Other permitted items include personal effects such as clothing, cameras, and laptops.

Things/Items Forbidden out of Brazil

・Fresh Fruit and Vegetables ・Fish and Fish Products ・Illegal Drugs ・Guns and Explosives ・Weapons ・Hazardous Materials ・Pornographic Material

Things/Items Forbidden into Brazil

・Explosives ・Gases ・Poisonous and Infectious Substance ・Radioactive Materials

Voice of Travelers to Brazil

A ticket to Brazil from my future wife

Hello, I’m Max from Canada. I was always fond of Brazil and every time I was asked what I would do if I had money, my answer was that I would buy a ticket to Brazil. I even decided to learn Portuguese to carry out my dream of travelling to Brazil. My friend told he knew someone who could help me with my Portuguese, and she introduced me to Poly, a girl from Brazil and we started to communicate. I noticed she enjoyed our communication even more than me, and I realised she really liked me. I decided to use this chance and get the ticket to Brazil. When I told her about my dream to visit Brazil, I knew she would do something and I was right. I got a call from a ticket office and they informed me someone had ordered a ticket to Brazil for me. I was so happy! I would have the ticket finally. I picked up the ticket and went to the airport, showed the check-in desk my ticket to Brazil and traveled to Brazil with Air Canada. The service was impeccable. I arrived in Brazil and Poly met me there. We had a wonderful time together, and I started to like her too. Later I made a surprise for her and ordered a ticket for her to my country. She took the ticket and came to see me. It did not take me long to propose her. I liked the idea of exchanging the ticket: due to this I have a great wife from Brazil now!

A desired ticket to Brazil

Hello. I am Ann, and I live Atlanta. I absolutely love dancing, and I always wanted to experience the Carnival in Brazil. Last year I decided to save part of my salary to buy a ticket to Brazil. I was trying to save money all the time; I stopped going out and buying clothes, everything... But my efforts were in vain. My salary was just not enough to live and save money at the same time. I gave up... I was very sad and disappointed while working, barely even talking to anyone because my dream ticket to Brazil was out of reach. I hardly even had an appetite, until my colleagues made a surprise for me. They had noticed my sadness because of the ticket and had decided to help me. One day I entered the office and they met me in the entrance. They handed me an envelope with a note on it: ""A dream ticket to Brazil"". I opened it and saw some money. Everything was clear. They had collected the money for the ticket to Brazil I wanted to buy. I was very excited... I thanked them for the ticket so much and promised to return the money as soon as I could! I bought my ticket from American Airlines – the flight was perfect, with lovely staff, even though I couldn’t wait to get to Brazil. The Brazil Carnival was like nothing I’d ever seen, and it was a dream come true!

Brazil Travel FAQs

Q. Wheat is the climate like in Brazil?

A. Brazil is a large country and the climate varies from region to region, but it is generally warm in all regions. The climate is tropical in the north and subtropical in the south. Most regions are humid and some places have more rainfall than others.

Q. Is Brazil safe for tourists?

A. Generally, Brazil is safe for tourists as it is a popular destination and there are lots of organized tours. However, like in all countries, Brazil has areas which are safe and areas which are not, therefore it is best to ask your hotel or travel agent for advice if you're going somewhere more local.

Brazil - Direct Flights to Major Airports

Airports handling direct flights toÁgua Boa Airport・Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (Atlanta, USA) etc.

Airports handling direct flights toGaudêncio Machado Ramos Airport・John F. Kennedy International Airport (New York, USA) etc.

Airports handling direct flights toPiloto Oswaldo Marques Dias Airport・Miami International Airport (Miami) etc.

Airports handling direct flights toAltamira Airport・Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (Montreal, Canada) etc.

Airports handling direct flights toCapt. João Busse Airport・Heathrow Airport (United Kingdom) etc.

Flight Routes to Brazil

Major airlines such as British Airways, American Airlines, United Airlines, Air Europa, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Royal Air Maroc, TAP Portugal, Turkish Airlines, Aeromexico, KLM, Air France, and Air Canada all offer flights to Brazil. The largest international airport in Brazil is São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport.