Brazil Travel Guide

Brazil Travel Guide

DUTY-FREE SHOPPING Overview The following items can be imported into Brazil duty-free: Entry by plane, ship or overland: 10 cigarette boxes of 20 cigarettes and 25 cigars / cigarillos and 250 g pipe tobacco (people over 18 years); 12 l alcoholic beverages (people over 18 years); Personal effects and gifts worth up to US $ […]

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Brazil Transportation

Brazil Transportation

GETTING THERE Arriving by plane Brazil’s national airline is TAM Airlines (JJ) (Internet: www.tam.com.br). TAM Airlines (JJ) flies to many Brazilian destinations from Frankfurt to São Paulo as well as from London, Madrid and Paris. Lufthansa (LH) (Internet: http://www.lufthansa.com/) flies daily from Frankfurt and Munich and five times a week from Zurich to São Paulo. […]

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Brazil Overview

Brazil Overview

GENERAL Official name of the state Federative Republic of Brazil. Capital Brasília. Geography According to computerannals, Brazil covers almost half of South America (fifth largest country on earth) and borders on all South American countries with the exception of Chile and Ecuador. The Atlantic forms the eastern border. The country consists of about 60% plateau […]

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Brazil Old History

Brazil Old History

On April 24, 1500, Easter day, the Portuguese commander Pedro Alvarez Cabral was sailing in the Atlantic waters with the intention of reaching the Indies, from where he would bring wealth to his country. But he hadn’t noticed that he was heading the wrong way, so when he saw land he thought he had reached […]

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Grêmio Arena Brazil

A pioneer in Brazil for adopting a more comfortable stadium model and close to the field, the Grêmio Arena is certainly a point of Porto Alegre that is worth visiting. Come learn more about her with us! Whatever you are in love with the tricolor team or not: every football lover should visit the  Gremio Arena  when passing […]

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Sao Paulo Travel Guide

Among its skyscrapers, the largest city in Latin America has plenty of reasons to delight its tourists. Learn more about São Paulo, the city that never sleeps! What’s the face of Sao Paulo? This is undoubtedly the question worth a million reais. It is impossible to define a paulistano in one way: the largest city in Latin America […]

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