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Brazilian Travel visa

Brazilian Travel visa


Waiving the visa requirement for the 2016 Olympics. It appears the visa requirement will be waived for the period of June through September 2016 (the Olympics run from Friday, August 5 to Sunday, August 21) and will be valid for 90 days. The will apply to citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan. Photo: Wikimedia Commons, Pierre de Coubertin/OAlexander Original…


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Places to visit in Brazil Top 5

Places to visit in Brazil Top 5


Just about everything from hotels to is cheaper abroad than in the United States right now. When you take dollars to the foreign exchange booth, you get a lot more of another country s currency back than you used to. CNNMoney crunched the numbers on exchange rates, hotel costs and flight prices. Here are the top 5 places to find a bargain: 1. That European trip you always wanted…


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Top 10 places to visit in Portugal

Top 10 places to visit in Portugal


Skyscanner sends travel blogger The Blonde Gypsy to find the best bits of Portugal on a budget. WHEN SKYSCANNER gave me free reign to explore Portugal as much as I could with a modest budget of 350 Euros for flights, I didn’t know where to begin. Porto seemed to be a choice location since it was where a majority of my travel blogger friends were headed for a convention in early…


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Brazil Travel Tours

Brazil Travel Tours


Take a Brazil adventure tour to discover the amazing lengthy white-sand coastline, meet friendly and diverse peoples and enjoy fantastic local foods. The vast Pantanal wetlands offer the chance to see an amazing array of wildlife including hundreds of bird species and even the world’s largest rodent, the capybara. Many pristine colonial towns can be discovered like the 17th…


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Brazil Travel Vaccinations

Brazil Travel Vaccinations


Medical services All foreign visitors will be looked after by the public health service in an emergency and there are private hospitals in the major metropolitan areas. Private medical care is expensive however, so it’s advisable you take out travel insurance before your trip to Brazil. Brazil vaccinations A compulsory yellow fever vaccination is required if you re travelling…


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US citizens Traveling to Brazil

US citizens Traveling to Brazil


Benefits Of Having Dual Citizenship (And Two Passports)! Reader Jim asked the following question on the “Ask Lucky” page of the blog, which I figured I’d answer here, given that I get a lot of questions about my dual citizenship: Big fan of your blog. My questions is about dual citizenship and traveling with two passports. You mentioned that you travel with your German passport…


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American Traveling to Brazil

American Traveling to Brazil


Many beaches have strong riptides; swim only in designated areas. (Photo: Hemera Images ) Related Articles Carnaval, the Amazon River and tropical beaches draw visitors to Brazil, the largest country in South American. While a bustling nightlife keeps visitors entertained in Rio de Janeiro and other Brazilian cities, crime is a constant concern. The US Department of State reports…


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Travel to Brazil Vaccinations

Travel to Brazil Vaccinations


Medical services All foreign visitors will be looked after by the public health service in an emergency and there are private hospitals in the major metropolitan areas. However private medical care is expensive, so it’s advisable you take out insurance before your trip to Brazil. Brazil vaccinations Compulsory yellow fever vaccination If you have visited or transited one of…


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Travel Packages to Brazil

Travel Packages to Brazil


From Amazon rainforests to Rio s iconic coastline, be spoilt for choice in Brazil The first place most travellers hit is Rio de Janeiro – vibrant, dazzling, enchanting Rio. Nestled between glorious green mountains and the turquoise Atlantic Ocean, Rio is best taken in from Mt Corcovado, home to the statue of Christ the Redeemer that peers down onto the city. To get away from…


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US Consulate, Rio de Janeiro

US Consulate, Rio de Janeiro


The Consulate General of the United States of America in Rio de Janeiro The Consulate General of the United States of America in Rio de Janeiro . Headed by a Consul General, the office is responsible for a broad range of consular and commercial functions and for coordination of United States Government activities in its Consular District, which covers the states of Rio de Janeiro…


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Lisbon, Algarve

Lisbon, Algarve


A holiday paradise: Sun, sand, exotic architectural details, and historical sites With some of Europe s most beautiful beaches, some of the continent s top golf courses, magnificent cliff scenery, fantastic grottoes, and warm year-round climate, it was inevitable that Algarve, Portugal s southernmost province, would become the country s most popular travel destination. Almost…


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Visit Lisbon

Visit Lisbon


There are some places you never leave. You may not be there physically, but a piece of you stays behind forever in the place that stole so much of your heart. It lives there, reliving those initial memories and waiting for new ones to be made. Last year, I visited Lisbon for the first time, and though the visit was short, thoughts of it never left me. I fell madly in love…


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Brazilian Express Travel

Brazilian Express Travel


The task is tedious but the results are substantial if you have a little time and patience. With these quick tips you can save a ton of money on flights to Brazil for the World Cup and anywhere else in the world for that matter. 1. Sign-up for Fare Alerts My flight to Brazil search began months ago, as I signed up for every “fare alert” and flight notification program I could…


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Brazil Brazil Brazil

Brazil Brazil Brazil


Standing in Solidarity – Black Lives Matter Everywhere Rio de Janeiro July 20 – 23, 2016 Black Lives Matter and Brazil Police Watch are going to Rio de Janeiro to stand in solidarity with activists and victims of police violence. Police in Brazil kill 8 people a day and police in Rio kill every 15 hours. According to Amnesty International police lethality has increased as police…


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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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