In a country where soccer is King, soccer fans should not miss going to a local game. You'll get as pumped up as the local Brazilians, who go in their hordes and you'll have a ball.
The Brazilian population is recognized for its social mix, not least thanks to the presence of large, ethnic groups and indigenous tribes. This blend is apparent in its traditional crafts as well as its food. Dishes are varied and regional whether it be the 'moqueca bahianaise' staple or a 'bobó de camarão', a delicious prawn soup. Don't wait any longer; this multi-faceted country is calling...
The importance of this continuous ecosystem is undeniable, yet the Amazon Forest remains a mystery to many, not least as it's home to an incredible range of animal and plant species. And it's indigenous people will both move and amaze you. Pack your bags and get ready to explore this magical world!
Who hasn't dreamed about sipping a caipirinha, while listening to samba during a fun evening out... or, indeed, any of the other pulsating, local rythyms? To quote Louise Attaque, 'who feels like a Brazilian night out?' A lively country, full of once in a lifetime experiences.
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Telephone dialling code for Brazil: +55 followed by the city code
In towns, internet access is easy to find and there are cybercafés all over the place. What's more, most hotels/hostels have Wi-Fi (free or paying).
The French Embassy in Brazil
SES Av. das Nações, lote 04, quadra 801 - CEP : 70404-900 - Brasília - DF.
Tel : 0055-61 3222-3999
Brazilian Embassy in France
34, cours Albert 1er
Tel : 01 45 61 63 00