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Luxury Hotels Brazil

Luxury Hotels Brazil


The moment has come. For the first time ever in South America, the whole world will meet. The I Olympic Games will be in Rio, Brazil in August, 2016. The marvelous city has been getting ready for this amazing event and is prepared with lots of new attractions, beautiful renovations, and new facilities…
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Tourist Portugal

Tourist Portugal


Never before has Portugal received as many foreign tourists as it did in 2015. According to official data released this week, last year was unveiled as the best year ever for national tourism, with almost 18 million guests staying at Portuguese hotels; ten million of them from abroad. The figures from…
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Backpacking in Brazil

Backpacking in Brazil


Latin america routes Backpacking in Brazil is challenging due to its sheer size and relative cost in comparison to it’s near neighbours. Nonetheless it is a hugely rewarding challenge. The country makes up a giant chunk of the South American continent with thousands of miles of stunning coastline, wonderful…
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Poor places in Brazil

Poor places in Brazil


Child Poverty in Brazil - Facts, Reasons, and what can be done. Street children are those that are not taken care of by parents or other protective guardians. Street children live in abandoned buildings, cardboard boxes, parks or on the street itself. Street children are deprived of family care and protection…
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Where to go in Brazil for vacation?

Where to go in Brazil for vacation?


Lord knows it wasn’t convenience that inspired Anderson Cooper to build a home in the Brazilian town of Trancoso. Situated on the Atlantic coast in the state of Bahia, the village is a 14-hour schlep—including a flight change and a healthy car ride—from the CNN anchor’s base in Manhattan. Cooper first visited the idyllic hamlet in 2013 on a holiday with his partner, nightlife…


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What languages does Brazil speak?

What languages does Brazil speak?


The Portuguese language Portuguese belongs to the Romance branch of the Indo-European language family, along with Spanish, French, Italian and Romanian. It is the official language of eight countries and is spoken by around 230 million people, most of whom are in Brazil. UNESCO says that, along with Spanish, it is the fastest growing European language after English, and that…


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Travel Blog Brazil

Travel Blog Brazil


The BRAZIL TRAVEL BLOG is an independent travel blog created in early 2007. Here you will find first-hand information about Brazil. Being independent means we are not linked to the tourism business, and for that reason we are able to provide you with an honest account of what travelling in Brazil is like, warts and all. You won’t find at the BRAZIL TRAVEL BLOG undisclosed sponsored…


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Requirements for a tourist passport

Requirements for a tourist passport


This guide explains what you need to know about entry requirements when you are visiting Mexico for leisure, for business, or to take up residency here. Visitors Permit – Visitante Passport holders from countries on Mexico’s no visa required list do not need to apply for a formal visa to visit Mexico. They may, instead, use a visitor’s permit, known as a FMM (Forma Migratoria…


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Brazil sites to visit

Brazil sites to visit


When I think of a vacation in Brazil, my mind immediately springs to the stunning city of Rio de Janeiro, but the truth is that the country has so much more to offer than just a single metropolis. In fact, the southern tip of Brazil is highly popular with the inhabitants of neighboring Latin American countries, boasting many an attraction: both natural and man-made. From incredible…


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Brazil passport requirements

Brazil passport requirements


A Brazilian passport lasts for ten years (issued in 2015 onwards) and once it expires, you will be forced to apply for a new Brazilian passport as a first time applicant. However, having had a Brazilian passport before, the process should not be far from memory and so you will certainly feel slightly more comfortable with the procedure. Let us look at what is involved in applying…


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