Brazil Tourist Visa

How to get a Brazilian Tourist visa?

How to get a Brazilian Tourist visa?


When traveling around South America, be aware that depending on your citizenship you may be required to pay entrance or tourist fees to enter certain countries. Argentina and Chile have reciprocity fees, Bolivia requires a visa; however, the country with the strictest rules, is probably Brazil. If you are traveling with a US, Australian, or Canadian passport (among other countries…


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Consulate of Brazil

Consulate of Brazil


John Tlumacki/Globe staff A worker posted a sign at the Brazilian consulate in Boston on Friday. Workers at Brazilian consulates and embassies around the world, including Boston, launched a partial strike this week, saying they are paid far less than other federal workers in similar jobs back home. “Today we are fighting for equal pay, ” Thiago Rodrigues, a vice consul in Boston…


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Brazil for tourists

Brazil for tourists


Billions of viewers around the world watched the Rio 2016 Games and would have seen just how beautiful the Cidade Maravilhosa is. During the Olympic events, broadcasters captured Rio de Janeiro s iconic landscape, from Corcovado to Sugarloaf mountain, the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon and the city s famous coastline. Rio, a city that has always been considered one of the most charming…


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Brazil domestic Airlines

Brazil domestic Airlines


Brazil is the largest country in South America, and the 5th largest in the world. Though most international travelers enter the country through Sao Paulo or Rio de Janeiro, there is so much more to Brazil. It would be a shame to come to this incredible country and see only one small corner of it, so once you’ve booked your flight to Brazil, you should consider adding at least…


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English language in Brazil

English language in Brazil


The report says that 74 percent of the Brazilians surveyed admitted their company has suffered “financial losses as a result of failed cross-border transactions” – much higher than the global average of around fifty percent. The Brazilians who took part in the study seemed to recognize the issue – described in the report as a “significant hindrance to effective cross-border…


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Where is Portugal?

Where is Portugal?


There’s a reason why Spain is one of the world’s five most-popular destinations. Not only is it one of Europe’s biggest countries, it’s also one of the world’s most breathtaking in terms of natural beauty and cultural attractions. For that reason, after a tour of Portugal’s neighbor, most travelers conclude that they have seen enough of Iberia and overlook Portugal, figuring…


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