Travel to Brazil


About to move to Brazil? Here is some information to help you plan your trip.

European Union citizens are exempt from tourist visa to travel to Brazil and stay for less than 3 months. A simple passport, valid for at least six months before the expiration date, is required. The length of stay in the country is limited to 90 days only (3 months). You are not allowed to work in the country.

Nationals of other countries have to consult the Brazilian embassy or consulate in your country or region for more information.

Useful links:

Embassy of Brazil in the US
Brazilian Embassy in the UK

Travel to Brazil

By plane

Several airlines fly direct from Brazil to European and American countries. Some of them offer several direct flights between their major cities and Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo, but you can opt for airlines like Tap Portugal or Iberia.

Useful links:

Tap - Airline Portuguese
Iberia - Spanish airline

By ship

Traveling to Brazil by ship is an incredible experience. Some agencies offer to take you there by cargo ships. The price is usually quite high. However, do not hesitate to seek for extraordinary cruises. You will obtain more information from specialized tour operators.


Whether you like the sun and the beach, the fast pace of life in large cities or large and open spaces, Brazil offers a wide variety of scenery. Many tourist activities are available in all seasons and in all regions of the country. You can find an overview in the Leisure section.  

We do our best to provide accurate and up to date information. However, if you have noticed any inaccuracies in this article, please let us know in the comments section below.
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Charles Agyemang Duah
Charles Agyemang Duah
3 years ago

So if am in Brazil how can I go to USA?

Hitesh Solanki
Hitesh Solanki
3 years ago

Yes I want to go Brazil . I am Indian I live in India. How can I go to Brazil ? Please suggest me. Thanks. Hitesh Solanki


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You will need a work visa to be able to work in Brazil. You can choose between a temporary work visa and a permanent work visa. You have to make your reque
Brazil has many telephone service providers which offer different types of packages. Choose the one which better suits your needs and your budget. Mobile telephony is becoming more and more popular in the country at the expense of fixed land lines.
Belém, capital city of the Brazilian state of Para, is a tourist destination. It has a rich history and culture, notable with its old buildings which have been turned into museums. It also enjoys a rich fauna and flora.
Football is the national sport in Brazil but many other sports such as volleyball, basketball, tennis, are popular. Diving, surf and kite surf are also practiced at large scale in some regions, as well as golf, trekking and capoeira.

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