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Separamos aqui algumas informações para ajudar nossos queridos convidados a se prepararem para o grande dia. Here we have some information to help our lovely guests to get ready for the big day.


Brazil has climates that suit all tastes, thanks to its great territorial extension, combined with factors such as altitude, pressure and ocean proximity. The average annual temperature is 28° C in the North and 20° C in the South of the country. 

The wedding will be during summer, when you can enjoy temperatures around 20-30° C in Brasilia, and a 40° C heat in cities such as Rio de Janeiro. Summer in Brazil is the best time to go to the beach, drink coconut water, plunge into the sea and sunbathe.


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Do you need a visa?

To find out if you need a visa to travel to Brazil, click here.

Brazil adopts a policy of reciprocity regarding visas. This means that nationals of countries that require visas for Brazilian citizens will need a visa to travel to Brazil. According to the Brazilian law, Brazil needs to sign an agreement, on a reciprocal basis, to offer visa waiver to national of another country. Brazil has signed visa exemption agreements with more than 90 countries.

If you are coming from the UK, we know that you have a Visa Exemption, for a period not exceeding ninety (90) days. 

For more information, please check: http://www.portalconsular.itamaraty.gov.br/vistos


Public health services in Brazil are free for foreign tourists. So, if you are in an accident or present any health problems, just call the Mobile Emergency Service (Samu) dialing 192 on the phone. The call is free.

Basic care:

-Brazil is a country with tropical climate, so we recommend that you drink liquids constantly in order to prevent dehydration.

-Wear comfortable clothes and protect yourself from the sun with a hat (or cap), sunglasses and sunscreen. Avoid direct sun exposure between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm.

-Always bring repellent against insects, to use whenever necessary.

-Wash your hands with soap and water several times a day, especially after using public transportation and visiting attractions with a great movement of people.

-Avoid consuming foods that have been poorly prepared or packaged.

-During cycling or hiking trips, take foods that can be keep without refrigeration and that don’t spoil with the heat.


To enter Brazil, it is not mandatory to vaccinate against any type of illness. However, in the country there are areas with Vaccination Recommendation (ACRV), where it is recommended to vaccinate against yellow fever before your visit. Yellow fever is a disease transmitted by the bite of infected mosquitoes.

So, if you have never taken the vaccine, you need to take it 10 days before your trip (this period is not necessary if you have been vaccinated before).

If you have any doubts, check the website of the Brazilian Ministry of Health.


As you might know, the official language of Brazil is Portuguese, which is derived from the language in Portugal, but with different accent and some different expressions. Many Brazilians speak English and Spanish, and in some States, you can also find people speaking German (Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul, for example), Italian (São Paulo and Paraná, for example), indigenous languages (Amazonas and Mato Grosso do Sul, for example) and other languages.

Here are some words and basic expressions that can help you during your visit to Brazil:

Hey, how is it going? : Oi, tudo bem?

Good morning! : Bom dia!

Good afternoon! : Boa tarde!

Good night! : Boa noite!

What is your name? : Qual é o seu nome?

My name is… : Meu nome é…

Do you speak english? : Você fala inglês?

Please : Por favor.

Thank you : Obrigado.

You are welcome : De nada.

Excuse me : Com licença.

Great! : Que bom!

Can you give me some information? : Pode me dar uma informação?

Can you help me? : Pode me ajudar?

I am lost : Estou perdido.

I don’t understand : Não entendo.

Can you speak slowly, please? : Pode falar mais devagar, por favor?

I don’t speak portuguese : Não sei falar português.

Are there any bank/restaurant/hotel/taxi point nearby? : Há algum banco/restaurante/ponto de táxi/hotel perto daqui?

How much does this cost? : Quanto custa isso?

Where can I get… ? : Onde posso conseguir…?

Veja abaixo algumas dicas restaurantes e salão de beleza.

See below some suggestions of restaurants and beauty salon.