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Owning a coastline stretching almost 7,500 kilometres, the Federative Republic of Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world and contains over 201 million people within its boundaries, split into 26 states and over 5,500 municipalities.

The country has the seventh largest economy in the world and shares borders with French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Columbia, Bolivia, Venezuela, Suriname, Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay. As a result of its large size, it makes up over 47% of South America and shares borders with all South American countries except Chile and Ecuador.


Stone Age History

Due to the movement of various groups at the time, likely from Asia or Australia, it’s believed that humans have occupied the region since at least 11,000 BC. The oldest evidence of human life in the region is in the form of cave paintings dated to 11,000 BC as well as pottery which has been radiocarbon dated to around 6000 BC.

Bronze Age History

It’s believed that at this time the groups occupying the region divided into sub-groups.

Iron Age History

It’s believed that between this date and the 15th century, the sub-groups divided down further into over 2000 tribes.

1st Century – 15th Century History

Little is known about Brazil’s pre-colonial history. The Portuguese supposedly first set foot in the region either in 1498 by Portuguese Captain Duarte Pacheco Pereira or in January 1500 by Spanish Navigator Vincente Yanez Pinzon.

16th Century – 19th Century History

In April 1500, Brazil was first claimed by the Portuguese Fleet Commander Pedro Alvares Cabral in the name of Portugal and shortly after landing the Portuguese discovered stone-using natives in various warring tribes but all using the same Tupi-Guarani language. The country was given its name for the trees that once grew bountifully along the coastline, the Caesalpinia Echinata, which produces a red wood the traders called ‘Pau-Brasil’.

In 1529, in efforts to stop pirates from poaching the valuable Brazilwood the Portuguese Crown divided Brazil into strips of land and gave the land to nobles responsible for managing each part, However, the system failed horribly securing only four plots of land, the failed Captaincies, as they were called, reverted to the crown and eventually became province before states of Brazil.

In the 16th Century the Portuguese began to grow sugarcane on plantations and in order to keep the plantations managed they sent Bandeirantes into the jungle to find slaves. However, the indigenous peoples were deemed unfit for slavery and thus the country began importing slaves from Africa instead. However, due to the poor conditions causing a high mortality rate and the lack of females in the slave population causing an inability to replenish it, the project failed, the slave population shrank dramatically, and finally they merged with the general Brazilian population. At the same time, the Bandeirantes had accidentally spread diseases to the tribal nations which had no immunity to the European-borne diseases and thus vast quantities of the tribes were viciously wiped out. 

Following this, many other European nations attempted to settle in the region, this included the French in 1555 in Rio de Janeiro and in 1612 in Sao Luis. However, the native allies of the Portuguese assisted them in driving out the French in the latter episode. Following this, in the 17th Century Dutch pirates began plundering the coastline and in 1630 they set up a base in Nordeste and controlled a long stretch of the coastline, however, they too were driven out in 1654 due to an extended period of siege warfare.

In the early 19th Century, the Portuguese court fled Napoleon’s invasion of Portugal and set up a permanent base, including moving the entire government body, in Brazil. The Portuguese king ruled from Brazil until 1821 when he attempted to move back to Portugal in 1821. His son, Pedro, stayed in power as the regent of Brazil but a year later, Pedro began the Independence War and declared Brazil a constitutional monarchy, assuming the head of state as Emperor Pedro I of Brazil.

However, it was less than ten years later that he abdicated the throne and left to return to Portugal, leaving his five-year-old son, Pedro II, as Emperor. During the time leading to his coming-of-age, a bout of rebellion swept across the region and it was only silenced when Emperor Pedro II came of age and began a parliamentary reign lasting until 1889, when he was forced out of power in a coup d’état by Republican Military General Deodoro da Fonseca.

20th Century History

Deodoro became the country’s first President and the country’s name was declared as the Republic of the United States of Brazil with elections every four years. Despite this apparent change of the country’s government, the illiterate and women were forbidden to vote and politicians used deals with landowners to control the votes and therefore stage a crypto-dictatorship.

Leading up until 1926, various rebellions, revolts and uprisings occurred, resulting in frequent bloodshed. Despite this though, the government had managed to develop Brazil’s various industries and agriculture dramatically.

In 1930, Getulio Vargas took control of the country with a military regime which rapidly degenerated into a dictatorship. Vargas successfully prevented two coup d’états by the Communists in 1935 and by Fascists in 1938.

However, in 1945 democracy prevailed and an elected government began to run the country. In the 1940’s, Brazil joined the side of the allied forces in World War II, fighting in the Battle of the Atlantic and in the Italian Campaign.

Vargas was re-elected for office in the 1950’s temporarily. In 1956, Juscelino Kubitschek was made President and through his policies Brazil flourished brilliantly. Due to the rapidly improving economy at the time, Kubitschek is considered the father of modern Brazil and one of the few politicians with a good reputation and practices. 

In 1964, the military, unsatisfied with the slow process of the democratic system, staged a coup d’état and overthrew the then-president Joao Goulart, taking control of the country. Although at first there was rapid economic growth through their regime, this soon degenerated into a terrible rift of inequality and national debt. Through the dictatorship, thousands of Brazilians were deported, imprisoned, tortured or murdered through relation to the guerrilla warfare up until 1973.

Eventually the regime collapsed in and through an indirect election, Diretas Ja Leader Tencredo Neves was elected president but before being sworn into office he died and was replaced by Jose Sarney. In 1989, Fernando Collor de Mello was the first elected president by popular vote and successfully dropped the 25% inflation rate severely in only the first few months of his presidency. His party privatized many government companies responsible for telecommunications, aviation, mining and the processing of ore into metal. The aim was to boost free trade and privatized industry and the programs succeeded amazingly.

In 1994, Fernando Henrique Cardoso was voted into power and continued these programs to great success and due to his much-loved policies he was voted into power for a second term in 1998, guiding Brazil through terrible financial crisis almost completely unscathed.

21st Century History

In 2000, Cardoso ordered the declassification of military files containing information about the prior ruling military regimes that had kidnapped and assassinated political opponents and revolutionaries. Following this in 2002, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva of the Partido dos Trabalhadores was elected into power. Upon coming into office, Lula upheld Cardoso’s policies, additionally raising the minimum wage from R$200 to R$350 and starting the Fome Zero (Zero Hunger) program, designed to give each Brazilian three meals a day.

However, despite these changes, his cabinet underwent criticism and serious accusations of corruption and misuse of authority. Through this scrutiny he lost many members of his cabinet but was able to pull through and become re-elected in 2006. Following this in 2010, due to being forbidden to run a third term by the Brazilian Constitution, Dilma Rousseff won and assumed office in 2011. 

Wording
Phonetic
English
     
Ola Oll-ah Hello/Hi
Adeus Ah-day-oos Good Bye!
Voce fala Ingles / Portugues Voh-say fah-lah In-gulls / Poor-chew-ges Do you speak English / Portuguese?
Meu nome e… May-oo nom-ay eh My name is…
Voce pode me ajudar? Voh-say poh-day may aj-you-dah Can you help me?
Estou a procura de… Ess-toh ah proh-ker-ah day I’m looking for…
Sim / Nao Seem / Now Yes / No
Obrigado Oh-brig-ah-doh Mr / Mrs / Miss
Hoje / Agora Hoh-jey / Ah-gore-ah Today / Now
Amanha / Ontem Ah-man-ah / On-tem Tomorrow / Yesterday
Este / Que / Aqui / La Ess-tey / Kay / Ah-key / Lah This / That / Here / There

 


Phrases

Above are a few common Portuguese phrases to help you get around.

Languages

Although the official language of Brazil is Portuguese, spoken by over 99% of the population, many other languages of European and Asian decent are spoken, as well as indigenous languages, in the country. Additionally, Brazil speaks a variant of Portuguese which has been influenced by African and Amerindian languages, and the difference between the original language and the Brazilian counterpart has been compared to the difference between British and American English.

Throughout the nation over 180 Amerindian languages are spoken including Nheengatu, Baniwa and Tucano. German and Talian, a Venetian dialect of Italian, is spoken in many communities throughout the country and at least one second language is mandatory in schools during the course of both Primary and Secondary years, typically these include English, Spanish and Esperanto.

Religion

Brazil is predominantly Roman Catholic with about 64% (dropping from 73% in 2000) of all residents claiming to be followers of Roman Catholicism, following this closely is Protestantism at around 22% (rising from 15% in 2000), typically being Pentecostal, Captist, Lutheran, Evangelical and Seventh-day Adventists as well as the reformed churches.

Additionally, Spiritism is practiced by some, making up for 2% of the population, other religions claim around 4% of the population and are mainly Buddhists, Jews, Muslims and Afro-Brazilian religious practitioners. Additionally around 8% (up from 7% in 2000) of the population is said to be non-religious.

Museums, Galleries & Architecture

Tribal settlements are little-documented and poorly represented in Brazil and thus the oldest types of architecture are based purely in the colonial period. The most common type was a style influenced by the Portuguese Manueline style which is primarily forged from Gothic, Flemish, Italian, Mudejar and Spanish Plateresque elements, although, this style had to be heavily adapted to fit the demands of the humid Brazilian climate.

Modern architecture in the Brazilian region is best seen in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo in the Copanacabana Promenade and in Ibirapuera Park, respectively, by artist Roberto Burle Marx in his unique landscape architectural style.

Brazil also has one of the most extensive museums for any non-western country such as the Museu Nacional de Belas Artes in Rio de Janeiro, the Historical and Geographic Museum of Campina Grande in Paraiba and the Butantan Institute in Sao Paulo. These often have been established in the last century but a few date back almost two-hundred years entirely, such as the National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro, which was set up by the Portuguese King Dom Joao VI, and the Museu Imperial de Petropolis, based in the once-palace of Brazilian Emperor Dom Pedro II, both set up in the early to mid-19th Century.


Clothing, Dress Style & Etiquette

Typical clothing in the country has been heavily inspired by a wide variety of races and ethnicities, creating a powerfully colourful image but varying greatly from region to region. Today, western clothes are widespread and are worn more often than traditional wear, however, traditional wear still isn’t reduced to mere legend yet.

The traditional wear from the colonial era is broken down into three types: Gaucho, Vaquiero and Indigenous.

The Gaucho, or Cowboy, traditionally wear Bombachas (baggy trousers) and the Poncho (a large square of material worn over the shoulders), as well as a pair of thick boots and a wide straw hat. The Vacquiero, or Cowherd, normally wear a coat, hat and leather chaps, reminiscent of the colonial era. Finally, Indigenous wear varies the smallest in actual clothing and the most in accessories, typically, a traditional tunic is common and varies from tribe to tribe, however, in addition to this, face paint, body paint, feathers and beads are common accessories. Many women additionally wear traditional African clothing, imported at the same time the Portuguese imported African slaves during the colonial era, which typically consists of a long skirt, a head scarf and a brightly coloured shawl, as well as bracelets and beaded necklaces, also coloured just as brightly.

Literature, Poetry, Music & Dance

Brazilian literature only dates back as far as the 16th Century and this is typically made up of the reports by the first Portuguese explorers in the region, including Pero Vaz de Caminha who compiled some of the first documents on Brazil’s plant life, inhabitants and ecosystem, in the Carta de Pero Vaz de Caminha. Other prominent testimonials from the time include those by Hans Staden and Jean de Lery.

In the 19th Century, Romanticism hit in full swing and Brazil began seeing works by the likes of poets such as Goncalves de Magalhaes and Casimiro de Abreu. Additionally, novels by the likes of Jose de Alencar, Joaquim Manuel de Macedo and Manuel Antonio de Almeida began being more widespread, many of these works included tales about the native Indians of South America, such as those seen in Alencar’s The Guarani and Dias’ I-Juce-Pirama.

Following this in the 20th Century, the country saw the rise of the Pre-Modernism style and authors such as Augusto dos Anjos, Lima Baretto and Euclides da Cunha, they primarily focused on the matters of the state such as the violent authoritarian military regime ruling the country at the time, as well as the large rift between the rich and the poor tipping the scales in a horrible balance.

However, contemporary Brazilian literature focuses more on the life of the citizens of the nation, as well as the political issues, violence and media control the nation suffers from. Writers of this variety of literature include Moacyr Scliar, Joao Ubaldo Ribeiro and Lygia Fagundes Telles.

Brazilian music is incredibly varied, taking influences from both indigenous and international cultures, especially European and African, these may include styles such as Samba, Bossa Nova, Musica Popular Brazileira, Rap, Sertanejo, Pagode, Tropicalia, Maracatu, Forro, Brega, Axe, Frevo and Chorro, among others.

Perhaps one of Brazil’s most famous styles of music and dance is Capoeira, which uses large, sloping movements and gymnastics to dazzle the audience. Interestingly, Capoeira is seen as something competitive and is frequently considered a form of martial art, or at the very least, the point where the line between dance and combat blurs.


Calendar & Events

 On January 1st, Brazil Celebrates New Years’ day and the public is given a holiday. In late March to early April, Good Friday is celebrated and the Christian Passion and the Death of Jesus Christ is remembered. In remembrance of the death of revolutionary Tiradentes, April 21st is another public holiday. Then on May 1st, Labour Day, celebrates the achievements of workers and the labour movement.

During June, Corpus Christi is celebrated as a national Catholic holiday. September 7th is the country’s Independence Day, another public holiday. Then on October 12th, the country commemorates the Virgin Mary on the day the Holly Saint of Aparecida, as well as Children’s Day on the same day.

In November on the 2nd, the Day of the Dead is taken to commemorate the departed in the form of another public holiday, then on the 15th, Republic Day is celebrated as the day the Empire of Brazil came to an end and the Brazilian Republic was formed. Finally on December 25th, Christmas is celebrated in the same way that it is in the western world. 


For a more intense raving session the Madame Sata Nightclub in Sao Paulo is the place for you, the place is a house converted into a nightclub and world renowned for its classic music nights featuring tunes from the 80s and 90s as well as a wide range of contemporary club songs.

Aeroclube in Salvador de Bahia, on the other hand, caters almost exclusively to the younger crowd and plays mainly alternate and rock music, especially on Monday nights when their event ‘Rock in Rio’ takes place, causing the floor to erupt into mosh pits and power dancing.

Meanwhile in Manaus, the Porao do Alemao features more live rock and bands than anything. The club has been designed for more of a casual feel, but when the beat drops and the rock band starts playing, you know that a storm’s about to kick up on the dance floor!

Perhaps you’d prefer more of a relaxed venue but you still would like a nice beat to bop to, well now you can with Jardin’s Bar. The bar serves a variety of cool refreshing drinks and the casual dress code means that there’s no need to worry about dressing up for a relaxed evening out.

Cocktails galore in a partyground fit for a king, the Mucuripe Club in Fortaleza has been designed to incorporate enough space for bands to perform and the club features three rooms that work almost as if they were three different clubs, playing completely varied music in each room.

If you’re in the vicinity of Foz do Iguacu, the Tass is a must-see. The club has been described as one of the safest in the city and is known for the locals taking part heavily in the dancing. So if you’re looking for more socialising with a blend of dancing, then this club is the one for you!

Some people just like to kick back, relax and feel the ocean breeze as they gaze out into the sea, and, luckily there’s a bar just for you, the Restaurante Esquina Bar in Ilha Grande. The bar is renowned for its cool drinks by the beachside, offering a picturesque end to your day.

In Porto Alegre, the nightlife is incredible varied but the one that is most prominent is Manara. The club is known for playing Forro music on Sunday nights but varies its musical style and tastes greatly throughout the week in order to cater to any crowd.

With a huge bar and a chilled out lounge, EON is the place to be in Curitiba. The club features a more house techno musical taste with some of the top DJ’s in Brazil mixing there. Additionally the club incorporates a VIP section and a huge floor, allowing you to jump to the music or to chill out by the side. 

Money

The Brazilian currency is the Brazilian Real and it uses the international currency code BRL, the Real can be divided down into 100 Centavos. BRL 1 is equal to $0.41 or £0.25.

Coins come in 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 Centavo variants as well as a 1 Real Coin.

Bank Notes are available in 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 Real variants.

Economy

Brazil has the seventh largest economy in the world and makes the majority of its money through a mix of Agricultural Production (9.2% Annual Growth) and Industrial Production (8.8% Annual Growth). 

Agriculturally, Brazil is one of the biggest producers in the world of bovine exports, specifically cattle, which it exports over $1 Billion a year and has a herd of around 200 million cattle. Additionally the country produces over 110 Million tonnes of grain a year and over 50 Million tonnes of soybeans a year. Finally, it also produces short-fibre timber cellulose, packaging and both refined sugar and sugarcane, the latter of which it makes up 25% of the world’s exports, as well as for over 80% of the world’s orange juice.

The other major source of income is Industrial production, which accounts for around a third of Brazil’s gross domestic product (GDP). Produced goods within the country include steel, computers, automobiles, aircraft, petrochemicals and consumer durables. Through the country’s mining processes a plethora of minerals are available for process including nickel, chromite, bauxite, beryllium, lead, zinc, tin, uranium, copper, tungsten and even gold, this dramatically reduces the country’s dependence on foreign nations for materials for production.

Banking

Throughout Brazil, banks are numerous and with them there are a high number of ATMs, especially in shopping halls, which makes money withdrawal safe, quick and easy. Additionally, a high number of international banks can be found throughout the cities and towns of the region, making access to your money all that much more familiar. Bank accounts come in three variants: Current Accounts, Savings Accounts and Salary Payment Accounts.

Current Accounts are designed to work similarly to the way they do in the west, with a low interest but an unlimited amount of withdrawals allowed. This is to allow users quick and easy access to their money without having to worry about any sort of negative repercussions for withdrawing.

Savings Accounts are used for a higher rate of interest but typically will only allow for a certain amount of money to be withdrawn from the account. Additionally, regular deposits may have to be made into the account and usually these have to pass a certain threshold each month as well.

Salary Payment Accounts do just what they say on the tin, they’re used for paying salaries, mainly by low income employees. Additionally, Salary Payment Accounts are used frequently to transfer money into different bank’s accounts and have been designed to keep competition going between banks.

Taxes

Both all employees and self-employed individuals are liable for a Social Security tax, this is used to provide money through benefits to those who are injured or fall ill, as well as providing money to the family during pregnancy or death to help support them. All self-employed individuals pay 20% Social Security tax but employees are divided by salary and this varies from year to year:

  • Up to BRL 1000 – 8%
  • Between BRL 1000 & 2000 – 9%
  • Above BRL 2000 – 11%
When a threshold of BRL 22,500 per year is crossed then Personal Income tax is incurred. All those who have a permanent visa or are Brazilian citizens are liable for Personal Income tax, those who have a temporary visa are only liable if they have a labour contract or have been in the country for over 184 days. This tax is applied to all forms of income including, wages, commissions, bonds, prizes, student fees, housing expenditures and any other form of remuneration.

The amount due is based on income amount:
  • Between BRL 22,500 & 32000 – 7.5%
  • Between BRL 32,000 & 43000 – 15%
  • Between BRL 43,000 & 53,500 – 22.5%
  • Above BRL 53,500 – 27.5%
Non-Residents are always taxed at a fixed rate of 25% for any type of work carried out in the country.

Service taxes are also payed by those who are self-employed, this varies from region to region but typically the rates are between 2 and 5%.

All motor vehicles are liable for tax and should be paid upon receiving a letter from the local Department of Transport office (DETRAN) but varies based upon the type of car and if it has been imported or not.

Other taxes include Inheritance tax which is paid on any transferral of items or money upon death, Urban Building and Land tax which is paid monthly by any owner of a property, and the Transfer tax on goods which taxes the transfer of real estate. Each of these taxes varies based on the item values, sizes and amounts involved. 


With inspiration and influence from European, African and native American Indian cultures, Brazilian cuisine is known for its wide variety making it some of the most interesting and diverse food in the world. The region’s dishes can be split best between four regions, Southeast, Southwest, Northeast and Northwest.
Southeastern dishes primarily feature heavy use of Pinhao (Brazilian Pine Nuts) due to their wide abundance throughout the region, these are typically used in conjunction with pork, fish, beef, bean and rice dishes. Common dishes include the Feijoada (a meat stew dish with black beans), Picadinho (diced meat), Virado a Paulista (a pork and rice dish), Tutu de Feijao (a pork and bean dish), Frango com Quiabo (made with chicken and okra) and Moqueca Capixaba (fish and tomato stew).

Southwestern dishes, however, uses more pasta and livestock products in its food due to the heavy German immigration and traditions of livestock production in the region, dishes typically include Churrasco (various barbequed meats). Additionally the Chimmarao (a type of tea brewed with yerba, a mix of various herbs and leaves), is very popular throughout the country.


Northeastern dishes are influenced more strongly by African culture than anything else and may include the Vatapa (a dish made from coconut milk, shrimp, ground peanuts, bread and palm oil), Bobo de Camarao (shrimp and cassava, a type of shrub), Acaraje (palm oil deep fried black-eyed peas), Baiao de Dois (a dish made from coalho cheese, dried meat, rice, butter and beans) and various types of Tapioca pancakes and flatbreads.

Northwestern Brazil’s dishes take more from indigenous recipes, including the region’s most famous recipe, the Pato no Tucupi, which is made by preparing a yellow broth made from Cassava, fermentating the vegetable in the process and cooking it for several days, then adding slices of duck into the mix and allowing it to boil before preparing and serving with white rice and manioc flour.

VISA Requirements

All members of the European Union may enter Brazil for up to 90 days without a VISA for any purpose.

Citizens of the following countries may enter Brazil without a VISA for up to 90 days provided they have an ID card:

  • Argentina
  • Bolivia
  • Chile
  • Columbia
  • Ecuador
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
  • Uruguay
Additionally, citizens of Venezuela may enter the country for up to 60 days provided they have an ID card.

Citizens of the following countries may enter the country without a VISA for any purpose for up to 90 days:
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Costa Rica
  • El Salvador
  • Guyana
  • Honduras
  • Hong Kong
  • Iceland
  • Israel
  • Macau
  • Mexico
  • Monaco
  • Morocco
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Philippines
  • Russia
  • San Marino
  • Serbia
  • South Africa
  • South Korea
  • Sovereign Military order of Malta
  • Suriname
  • Switzerland
  • Thailand
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • Tunisia
  • Turkey
  • Ukraine
  • Vatican City
Citizens of Singapore may enter the country for up to 30 days.

Citizens of the following countries may enter Brazil without a VISA for up to 90 days for Tourism purposes alone:
  • Andorra
  • Bahamas
  • Barbados
  • Guatemala
  • Liechtenstein
  • Malaysia
  • Namibia
  • Panama
Visas are issued in several variations and non-business owner visas include the Tourist visa, the Temporary residence/work visa and the Permanent visa.
Tourist visas are valid for a maximum of 90 days but can be extended up to a maximum of 180 days, holders of this type are prohibited from engaging in any business, work or academic activities whilst in Brazil.

Temporary residence visas/work visas are issued to those who have a secure job in a Brazilian company or government department, including Brazilian branches of international companies. All holders are expected to have relevant and suitable qualifications and/or experience.

Permanent visas are split in to seven types dependant on the reason for being issued, typically the most common being marriage and family unification reasons but also business executive, entrepreneurial, specialists, investors and retiring reasons.

Health Care

Public Health care is provided for free to absolutely all Brazilian nationals and foreigners alike through the Unified Health System, moderated and maintained by the federal government with the operation of facilities run by the councils of the various states. The country has a fairly decent life expectancy at around 74.6 years. Additionally, private health care is available to those who can afford it.

The biggest problems the country faces are the rates of Childhood and Motherhood mortality, at between 2.51% and 3.77% for the former and at around 73.1 deaths per 100,000 births for the latter. Additionally, deaths caused by non-transmissible illnesses and external causes are somewhat high as well with 151.7 deaths per 100,000 by heart and circulatory diseases, 72.7 deaths per 100,000 caused by cancer and between 71.7 and 82.3 deaths per 100,000 caused by external causes. Additionally, Brazil accounts for 40% of both North and South America’s malaria cases with 99% of all cases found in the Legal Amazon Region, home to less than 12% of the entirety of the population.

Transportation

Brazil’s transportation infrastructure is gigantic with over 1.75 million kilometres of roads (albeit only around 6% of them being paved). Luckily, the low car ownership rate of only 140 cars per 1000 people means that roads are practically always traffic-free.

Recently, Brazil has made huge steps to improve its rail network and today incorporates almost 30,000 kilometres of railway lines including metro lines in Brasilia, Fortaleza, Belo Horizonte, Porto Alegre, Teresina, Salvador, Recife, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. The country also has rail links between itself and Argentina, Bolivia and Uruguay, as well as over a hundred tramway systems in Belem, Campinas, Campos de Jordao, Santos, Rio de Janeiro and Itatinga. Finally, there’s also a high-speed rail system being developed to connect the country’s biggest cities, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

The country contains a range of Seaports and Harbours in Fortaleza, Natal, Ilheus, Itajai, Imbituba, Vitoria, Paranagua, Sao Sebastiao, Porto Alegre, Sao Francisco do Sul, Recife, Santos, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Rio Grande, Belem, Corumba and Manaus, totalling over 50,000 kilometres of navigatable waterways. In these docking stations, over 136 ships are in use.

Airport-wise, the country mainly uses Galeao International Airport, Guarulhos International Airport or Belo Horizonte for its international flights but international airports do actually exist in most of the large cities. The airports together include over 730 paved runways and over 3400 unpaved.

Embassies

Embassies in the country are as follows:
 
Algerian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Algeria in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS - QI 9, Set 13
House 1 South Lake Brasilia DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55 61 3248 4039/+55 61 3248 1949
Fax: +55 61 3248 4691
Website: http://www.embaixadadaargelia.com.br/
Email: -
Office Hours: From Monday to Friday, except holidays Algerians and Brazilians.
Details: Ambassador: Mr. Djamel-Eddine Omar Bennaoum
 
Angola Angolan Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Angola in Brasilia, Brazil
Shis Qi 07 Conjunto 11 - Casa 09
CEP 71615-310, Brasilia - DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: (55 61) 248 44 89
(55 61) 248 29 15
(55 61) 364 30 89
Fax: (55 61) 248 15 67
Email: emb.angola@tecnolink.com.br
Office Hours: 09.00-15.30
 
Angola Angolan Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate General of Angola in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Av. Rio Branco, 311 salas 201 a 209 - Centro
CEP 20040 - Rio de Janeiro - RJ
Brazil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (55 22) 20 94 39
(55 22) 20 93 72
(55 22) 20 91 04
Fax: (55 22) 20 83 63
(55 22) 20 40 11
Email: consuladodeangola@radnet.com.br
 
Argentina Argentinian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Argentina in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS QL 02, CONJ. 01,
CASA 19,
CEP. 70442-900 Brasilia
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (0055-61) 3364-7600
Fax: (0055-61) 3364-7666
Website: http://www.brasil.embajada-argentina.gov.ar
Email: ebras@mrecic.gov.ar
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Consulate of Argentina in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Rua Ceara 1566 6to andar
Bairro Funcionarios
CEP 30150-311, Belo Horizonte
Brazil
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: (+55) 31 3281-5288
Fax: (+55) 31 3281-5288
Email: consulado@consuladoargentinobh.org.br
Office Hours: 9:00 to 13:00
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Consulate of Argentina in Curitiba, Brazil
Rua Benjamin Constant 67, 15 Andar
80060-20 Curitiba
Brazil
City: Curitiba
Phone: (+55) 41 222-0799
Fax: (+55) 41 222-0799
Email: ccuri@mrecic.gov.ar,ccuri@netpar.com.br
Office Hours: 9 to 13
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Florianopolis, Brazil
Consulate of Argentina in Florianopolis, Brazil
Av. Rio Branco 387, 5to andar
Edificio Junta Comercial del Estado
Florianopolis, Brazil
City: Florianopolis
Phone: (+55) 48 224-5666
(+55) 48 224-2841
Email: cflor@brtutrbo.com
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Foz Do Iguacu, Brazil
Consulate of Argentina in Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
Travessa Eduardo R. Bianchi 26
Barrio Centro
CEP 85.851-270 Foz do Iguacu
Brazil
City: Foz do Iguacu
Phone: (+55) 45 574-2969
Fax: (+55) 45 574-2877
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Consulate General of Argentina in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Rua Coronel Bordini 1033
Barrio Moinhos de Vento
CEP 90440-001 Porto Alegre
Brazil
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: (+55) 51 3 321-1360
Fax: (+55) 51 3 321-1360
Email: caleg@mrecic.gov.ar,caleg@terra.com.br
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Consulate of Argentina in Recife, Brazil
Av. Eng. Domingos Ferreira, 2238
Edf. AKKA- 2 andar
Boa Viagem
51020-030
Brazil
City: Recife
Phone: (+55) (81)3327-1451 / 1497
Fax: (+55) (81) 3327-1450
Email: creci@veloxmail.com.br
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate General of Argentina in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Praia Botafogo 228
Sobreloja 201 Edificio Argentina
22250-040 Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (+55) 21 2553-1646 / 1459/ 1568/1569
Fax: (+55) 21 2552-4191
Email: fcrioj@mrecic.gov.ar
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Consulate of Argentina in Salvador, Brazil
Rua Ribeiro Dos Santos No 17
Hotel Pelourinho
CEP 400 30-020 Salvador Bahia
Brazil
City: Salvador
Phone: (+55) 71 241-4863 / 62
(+55) 71 241-0345 / 5913
Fax: (+55) 71 241-0345
Email: consbah@veloxmail.com.br
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of Argentina in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Av. Paulista 2313, sobreloja
CEP 01311-300 Sao Paulo
Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (+55) 11 3897-9522 / 9536
Fax: (+55) 11 3082-8019
Email: cpabl@mrecic.gov.ar,consarsp@terra.com.br
Office Hours: 9 to 13:00
 
Argentina Argentinian Consulate in Uruguaiana, Brazil
Consulate of Argentina in Uruguaiana, Brazil
13 de mayo 1674
CEP 97500-601
Uruguaiana, Rio Grande do Sul
Brazil
City: Uruguaiana
Phone: (+55) 55 412-5135 / 6277
Fax: (+55) 55 412-5135 / 6277
Email: curug@bnet.com.br,curug@mrecic.gov.ar
 
Armenia Armenian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of Armenia in Sao Paulo, Brazil
192 Ave. San Luiz, cj. 1301,
Centro, CEP:01046-000,
Sao Paulo, Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (5511) 32557707
Fax: (5511) 32315266
Email: consulado@armenia.com.br
 
Armenia Armenian Embassy in Brazil City, Brazil
Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in the Federative Republic of Brazil
SHIS QL 28,
Conjunto 3, Casa 4,
CEP: 71665-235
City: Brazil City
Email: armgenconsulatesan-paulo@mfa.am
Office Hours: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri - 09:00-18:00
 
Australia Australian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Australian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
SES Quadra 801
Conjunto K, Lote 7
Brasilia DF 70200-010
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: 55 61 3226 3111 (chancery) / 55 61 3223 7772 (immigration)
Fax: 55 61 3226 1112 (chancery) / 55 61 3224 5777
Website: http://www.brazil.embassy.gov.au/
Email: embaustr@dfat.gov.au
Office Hours: 9am - 10.30am Monday to Friday
 
Australia Australian Consulate in Sao Paolo, Brazil
Australian Consulate-General in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Alamenda Santos 700
9th floor, Unit 92
Edificio Trianon Corporate - Cerqueira Cesar
01418-100 Sao Paulo
Brazil
City: Sao Paolo
Phone: 55 11 2112 6200
Fax: 55 11 3171 2889
Website: http://www.brazil.embassy.gov.au/
Email: consular.saopaulo@austrade.gov.au
Office Hours: Opening hours Monday to Thursday: 9am - 12:30pm and 1:30pm - 5:30pm Friday: 9am - 12:30pm and 1:30pm - 4:45pm
 
Australia Australian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Australian Consulate in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Veirano and Associates
Avenida Presidente Wilson, 231
23rd floor
Rio de Janeiro RJ 20030-021
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: 55 21 3824 4624
Fax: 55 21 2262 4247
Email: honconau@terra.com.br
Details: Please note: The Consulate attends consular matters ONLY. All visa and Citizenship enquiries should be directed to the Visa Section at the Australian Embassy via our enquiry form http://www.immi.gov.au/contacts/forms/americas or our specialist enquiry staff Telephone - 00(XX) 1 905 280 1437 (international call charges apply)
 
Austria Austrian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Austria in Brasilia, Brazil
SES (Setor de Embaixadas Sul)
Av. das Nacoes, Quadra 811 - Lote 40
70426-900 Brasilia DF, Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55) (61) 3443 3111
(+55) (61) 3443 3421
(+55) (61) 3443 3231
(+55) (61) 3443 3373
Fax: (+55) (61) 3443-5233
Website: http://www.aussenministerium.at/brasilia
Email: brasilia-ob@bmeia.gv.at
Office Hours: 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Consulate of Austria in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Rua Jose Americo Cancado Bahia 199
(Cidade Industrial)
32210-130 Contagem (Minas Gerais)
Brazil
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: (0055) 31. 3333.1046
Fax: (0055) 31. 3333.1046
Email: austria@planetarium.com.br
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Consulate of Austria in Curitiba, Brazil
Rua Candido Hartmann, 570
Ed. Champagnat 'Business' 28 andar
Conjunto 282/281 Merces
80730-440 Curitiba PR
Brazil
City: Curitiba
Phone: (+55) (41) 336.1166
Fax: (+55) (41) 336.3532
Email: cons_aus@terra.com.br
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Fortaleza, Brazil
Consulate of Austria in Fortaleza, Brazil
Rua Kasel 391 A
Parque Manibura
60821-620 Fortaleza CE
Brazil
City: Fortaleza
Phone: (0055) 85.3239.0714
(0055) 85.8889.0011 (Notrufnummer)
Fax: (0055) 85.3239.0714
Email: austriaconsul@hotmail.com,austriaconsul@oi.com.br
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Consulate of Austria in Manaus, Brazil
Rua 5, casa 4, Quadra E
Conjunto Jardim Primavera II - Parque 10
69054-260 Manaus AM
Brazil
City: Manaus
Phone: (+55/92) 3642.1939
Fax: (+55/92) 3642.1582
Email: argro@oi.com.br
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Consulate of Austria in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Av. dos Estados 1383
Bairro Anchieta
90200-001 Porto Alegre RS
Brazil
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: (0055) 51- 2104.33.99
(0055) 51- 3371.26.86
Fax: (0055) 51- 2104.33.45
Email: corneliakr@hotmail.com
Office Hours: 10.00-16.00
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Consulate of Austria in Recife, Brazil
Rua Jasmin, 89
Ilha do Leite
50070-580 Recife PE
City: Recife
Phone: (0055) 81- 3075.0090
Fax: (0055) 81- 3423.1792
Email: consuladodaaustria@flaviodomingues.com.br
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate General of Austria in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Avenida Atlantica 3804
22070-001 Rio de Janeiro RJ
Brazil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (0055) 21. 2102.0020
Fax: (0055) 21. 2521.6180
Email: rio-de-janeiro-gk@bmeia.gv.at
Office Hours: 09.00-13.00
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Consulate of Austria in Salvador, Brazil
Avenida Simon Bolivar 116
Jardim Armacao
41715-320 Salvador BA
Brazil
City: Salvador
Phone: (0055) 71. 3371.5999
Email: consaustria@yahoo.com.br
Office Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri: 09.00-12.00
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of Austria in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Dr. Cardoso de Melo 1340, 7. andar - conj. 71
Vila Olimpia
04548-004 Sao Paulo SP
Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (+55) (11) 38 42 75 00
(+55) (11) 30 44 99 44
Fax: (+55) (11) 38 42 27 74
(+55) (11) 38 42 53 30
Email: saopaulo@austriantrade.org,consuladosp@austria.org.br
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Vitoria, Brazil
Consulate of Austria in Vitoria, Brazil
Rua Henrique Moscoso 833
sala 102 - Centro, Ed. New York Center
29100-021 Vila Velha E.S
Brazil
City: Vitoria
Phone: (+55) (27) 3329.1097
Fax: (+55) (27) 3329.1097
Email: consulado.austria.es@br.inter.net
 
Austria Austrian Consulate in Treze Tilias, Brazil
Consulate of Austria in Treze Tilias, Brazil
Rua Leoberto Leal, 160
89650-000 Treze Tilias SC
City: Treze Tilias
Phone: (0055) 49. 3537.0101
(0055) 49. 3522.0472
(0055) 49. 3522.0122
Fax: (0055) 49. 3537.0101
Email: anna@lindner.ind.br,consuladoaustriatrezetilias@yahoo.com.br
 
Bangladesh Bangladeshi Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Bangladeshi Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
c/o Hotel Nacional
SHS Quadra 1, bloco A, apt. 1011
Brasilia CEP: 70.322-900
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone:  (+55) (61) 3321-7575 / (+55) (61) 3321-1011
Fax: (+55) (61) 3223-9213
Email: bdoot.brasilia@yahoo.com
 
Bangladesh Bangladeshi Consulate in Florianopolis, Brazil
Bangladeshi Consulate in Florianopolis, Brazil
Praça Pereira de Oliveira, nº 64 8º andar
Cj. 803/804
Centro
88015-540 Florianópolis SC
Brazil
City: Florianopolis
Phone: (+55) 48 223 6580
Email: ubaldo@unoescjba.rct-sc.br
 
Bangladesh Bangladeshi Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Bangladeshi Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Princesa Isabel, 1740
Moema
04601-003 São Paulo SP
Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (+55) 11 5533 2838
 
Barbados Barbadian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Barbados in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rua de Carmo 11, 20th Floor
Rio de Janeiro R.J.
Brazil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (+55) (21) 2509-4141
Fax: (+55) (21) 2232-0673
Email: jmap@jmap.com.br
 
Barbados Barbadian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Honorary Consul of Barbados in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Leite, Tosto e Barros Advogados Associados S/C
Rua Dr. Renato Paes de Barros, 1017
5 andar, Itaim Bibi
CEP 04530-001
Sao Paulo, Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (5511) 3847 - 3939
Fax: (5511)3847 - 3908
Email: barbadossp@hotmail.com
 
Belarus Belarusian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate General of the Republic of Belarus in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rua Lauro Muller, 116, sala 603
Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro, RJ Brasil
CEP 22290-160, Brasil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (+55 21) 25 41 22 15
Fax: (+55 21) 22 44 72 08
Email: consuladodebelarus@terra.com.br
 
Belarus Belarusian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in the Republic of Brazil
SHIS, Lago Sul,
QL 12, Conjunto 06,
Casa 09, CEP 71630-265,
Brasilia-DF, Brasil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+ 55 61) 35 43 04 81
Fax: (+ 55 61) 35 43 04 69
Website: http://www.brazil.belembassy.org/
Email: belarus.emb@terra.com.br
Office Hours: 9:00 - 13:00, 14:00 - 18:00
 
Belgium Belgian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Belgium in Brasilia, Brazil
SES Avenida das Nacoes,
Quadra 809-Lote 32
70422-900 Brasilia-DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: + 55 61 3443.1133
+ (55) (61) 3443.1056
Fax: + 55 61 3443.1219
Email: brasilia@diplobel.fed.be
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
General Consulate of Belgium in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Av. Paulista, 2073 - 13 a
Edificio Horsa I
Sao Paulo 01311-940 SP
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55 11 3145.7500
Fax: +55 11 3717.1606
Website: http://www.diplomatie.be/saopaulo
Email: saopaulo@diplobel.fed.be
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Belgium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rua Lauro Muller, 116/602
Torre do Rio Sul - Botafogo
22290-160 Rio de Janeiro/RJ
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: + (55)  (21) 25.43.85.58
+ (55)  (21) 25.43.88.78
Fax: + (55)  (21) 25.43.83.98
Website: http://www.diplomatie.be/riodejaneiro
Email: RiodeJaneiro@diplobel.fed.be
Office Hours: Aberto para o publico: Das 8:30 as 13:00
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Avenida dos Andradas, 1093
Belo Horizonte-MG CEP 30120-010
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: + (55)  (31) 3048.6307
Fax: + (55)  (31) 3226.4532
Email: maria.motta@arcelor.com.br
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Curitiba, Brazil
Rua Lourenco Pinto, 500
80.010-160 Curitiba - PR
City: Curitiba
Phone: + (55)  (41) 3310.6800
Fax: + (55)  (41) 3310.6868
Email: consubelcuritiba@casilloadvogados.com.br
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Fortaleza, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Fortaleza, Brazil
Rua Eduardo Garcia, 909 - Aldeota
60.150-000 Fortaleza - CE
City: Fortaleza
Phone: + (55)  (85) 3091.5185
+ (55)  (85) 8823.2980
Fax: + (55)  (85) 261.5215
Email: consubelce@ig.com.br
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Manaus, Brazil
Bosque Residencial Murici, Quadra D - Casa 13
Parque 10 de Novembro
69.50 - 410 Manaus - AM
City: Manaus
Phone: + (55)  (92) 236.14.52
+ (55)  (92) 615 1777 / 615 1760
Fax: + (55)  (92) 615.17.90
Email: hd01@uol.com.br
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Poto Alegre, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Av. Juca Batista 8000/812
91780-070 Porto Alegre (RS)
Rio Grande do Sul
City: Poto Alegre
Phone: + (55)  (51) 3333 8101
+ (55)  (51) 3364 7123
Email: h_olaerts@yahoo.com
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Recife, Brazil
Rua do Sossego, 203 - Boa Vista
50.050-080 Recife - PE
City: Recife
Phone: + (55)  (81) 3223.1001
Fax: + (55)  (81) 3223.1001
+ (55)  (81) 3474.7205
Email: jbamps@ig.com.br
 
Belgium Belgian Consulate in Salvador De Bahia, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil
Sitio Lagoa Branca
Estrada do Coco, Km 11
Vila de Abrantes
42.700-000 Camaccari - BA
City: Salvador de Bahia
Phone: + (55)  (71) 623.24.54
Fax: + (55)  (71) 623.24.54
 
Belize Belizean Consulate in Fortaleza, Brazil
Consulate of Belize in Fortaleza, Brazil
Rua Jose Napoleao 105
Edificio Atlantis 3o Andar
Fortaleza-Ceara 60702010
Brazil
City: Fortaleza
Phone: (55-85) 3242-2360
Fax: (55-85) 3242-6545
Email: belizeconul@secrel.com.br
Details: Honorary Consul: Mr. Jose Airton C. Teixeira
 
Bolivia Bolivian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Bolivia in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS - QI-15 Ch cara 52 CEP 70470-900
Brasilia D.F.- Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (55)(61) 248-7744
Fax: (55)(61) 248-7033
 
Bolivia Bolivian Consulate in Campo Grande, Brazil
Consulate of Bolivia in Campo Grande, Brazil
Rua Dou Aquino No. 1354
1 Andar Sala 16 Edificio Conjunto Nacional CEP
79002-180 Campo Grande - Brazil
City: Campo Grande
Phone: (55)(67) 382-2190
Fax: (55)(67) 382-2190
 
Bolivia Bolivian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate of Bolivia in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Da Consalacao 37-30 Andar
CJ. B-Centro CEP 01301-901
Sao Paulo, Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (55)(11) 255-2555
Fax: (55)(11) 255-2555
 
Bulgaria Bulgarian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Bulgarian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Brasilia Df 70 432
SEN Av. das Nacoes, Qd. 801, Lt.
08, CEP 70432-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: (61) 3223-6193
(61) 3223-9849
Fax: (61) 3323-3285
Email: bulgaria@linkexpress.com.br
 
Burkina Faso Burkinabe Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Burkina Faso Honorary Consulate, Brazil
HL - Exportaçao e
Comercio Rua Prof Alfredo, 529
04567
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: 55 11 54224 19
Fax: 55 11 54224 19
 
Cameroon Cameroonian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Cameroon in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS QI 09, conjunto 07 casa 01
CEP: 71625-070 - Brasilia / DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55) (61) 3248-5403,  (+55) (61) 3248-2400
Fax: (+55) (61) 3248-0443
Website: http://www.embcameroun.org.br
Email: embcameroun@embcameroun.org.br
 
Canada Canadian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Canada in Brasilia, Brazil
SES-Av. das Nacoes - Qd. 803 - Lote 16
Brasilia, D.F., D.F., Brazil
70410-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: (011 55 61) 3424-5400
Fax: (011 55 61) 3424-5490
Website: http://www.brazil.gc.ca
Email: brsla@international.gc.ca
 
Canada Canadian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of Canada in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Av. das Nacoes Unidas 12901 CENU Torre
Norte, 16th Floor
Sao Paulo, Brazil
04578-000
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (011 55 11) 5509-4321
Fax: (011 55 11) 5509-4260
Website: http://www.brazil.gc.ca
Email: spalo@international.gc.ca
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday: 8:00 - 12:00, 13:00 - 17:00
Friday: 8:00 - 13:30
 
Canada Canadian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate General of Canada in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Av.Atlantica 1130, 5th Floor, Copacabana
Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
22021-000
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (011 55 21) 2543-3004
Fax: (011 55 21) 2275-2195
Website: http://www.brazil.gc.ca
Email: rio@international.gc.ca
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 8:30 - 13:00, 14:00 - 17:30
Friday: 8:30 - 14:00
 
Canada Canadian Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Office of the Embassy of Canada (Brasilia), Recife
Avenida Domingos Ferreira,
2222; Suite 302 (3rd floor), Boa Viagem
Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil
51020-030
City: Recife
 
Canada Canadian Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Consulate of Canada in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Rua da Paisagem 220 - 3rd floor , Vila da Serra
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: 55 (31) 3047-1225
Fax: 55 (31) 3289-2150
Website: http://www.brazil.gc.ca
Email: consul.belo@canada.org.br,secretaria@holhos.com.br
 
Chile Chilean Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Chile in Brazil
Ses, Av. Das Nacoes, q.803,
Lote 11 - Cep.70.407-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: 55(61) 21035 5151
Fax: 55(61) 3322 0714
Email: embchile@embchile.org.br
Office Hours: Monday to friday of 9:00 to 13:00 and 14:00 to 17:30
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of Chile in Sao Paulo
Avenida Paulista 1009;
Piso 10 andar cep 01311-100
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: 55(11) 3284 2148
3284 2185
3284 2044
Fax: 55(11) 3284 2097
Email: cgspau@hotmail.com
Office Hours: monday to friday of 9:00 to 12:00
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate General of Chile in Rio de Janeiro
Praia do Flamengo Nº 344 7º,
Cep. 22210-065. Río de Janeiro-RJ, Brasil.
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55-21-3579 9658 / +55-21-3579 9660
Fax: +55-21-3579 9657
Email: cchilerj@terra.com.br
 
Chile Chilean Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Consulate General of Chile in Porto Alegre
Rua Padre Chagas, 79 conj. 602
Moinhos de Vento 90570-080, Pto.Alegre.
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: +55-51-3346 3970
Email: congechilepoa@congechile.com.br
Office Hours: monday to friday of 9:00 to 14:00
 
China Chinese Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Chinese Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Q 813, Lote 51, Ave. of Nations
Brasilia-DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: 0055-61-21958200
Fax: 0055-61-3463299
Website: http://br.china-embassy.org
Email: chinaemb_br@mfa.gov.cn
 
China Chinese Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Chinese Consulate General in Sao Paulo, Brazil
R. Estados Unidos, 1071 Jardim America
Sao Paulo-SP.CEP: 01427-001 Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: 0055-11-30829877
0055-11-30829084 (24 hours)
Fax: 0055-11-30624396
0055-11-38912110
Website: http://saopaulo.china-consulate.org
Email: chinaconsul_sp_br@mfa.gov.cn
 
China Chinese Consulate in Rio De Janiero, Brazil
Chinese Consulate General in Rio de Janiero, Brazil
Rua Muniz Barreto
715 Botafogo, RJ, Brazil
City: Rio de Janiero
Phone: 0055-21-32376614
Fax: 0055-21-25515736
Website: http://riodejaneiro.chineseconsulate.org
Email: chinaconsul_rj_br@mfa.gov.cn
 
Colombia Colombian Consulate in Brasilia, Brazil
Consulate of Colombia in Brasilia, Brazil
SES Avda. Das Nacoes
No 10 Manaos
CEP 70444 / 900
City: Brasilia
Phone: (55) 61 - 2262547 and/or 2268997
Fax: (55) 61 - 2244732
Email: embajada.brasilia@sprintcol.sprint.com
 
Colombia Colombian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Colombia in Brasilia, Brazil
SES Av. Das Nacoes, Lote 10
Quadra 803, CEP 70444900, CNJ
04437099/0001-44 Brasilia
D.F. Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: 55 61 3 2268902
55 61 3 2268997
55 61 3 2262547
Fax: 55 61 3 2244732
Email: ebrasili@minrelext.gov.co
 
Costa Rica Costa Rican Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Costa Rica in Brasilia, Brazil
SRTVN 701 Set C, Wing A Chambers 308/310
Building Business Center North
70.710-200
Asa Norte, Brasilia DF, Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (0055) 61-3328-2219
Fax: (0055) 61-3328-2219
Email: embcostaricabr@solar.com.br
 
Costa Rica Costa Rican Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Costa Rica in Curitiba, Brazil
R. Saint Hilaire 435- 5 Andar Curitiba
PR 80240-140
City: Curitiba
Phone: (0055) 41-322-6030
Fax: (0055) 41-322-6030
 
Costa Rica Costa Rican Consulate in Florianopolis, Brazil
Consulate of Costa Rica in Florianopolis, Brazil
Avenida Rio Branco
No. 387 4to. Piso Espaco Mercosul Centro
Florianápolis SC Brasil CEP88015-200 Santa Catarina
Brasil CEP 88015-201
City: Florianopolis
Phone: (0055) 483-223-2437
Fax: (0055) 483-223-2437
Email: conscostarica1sc@zipmail.com.br
 
Costa Rica Costa Rican Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Costa Rica in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Av. N. Sra. de Copacabana
1.417 loja 120 Copacabana Rio de Janeiro,
Brasil Cep: 22070-011
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (0055) 21-2267-9513
Fax: (0055) 21-2522-8833
Email: congericario@oi.com.br
Office Hours: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
 
Costa Rica Costa Rican Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of Costa Rica in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Canada No. 107
Jardim America
Sao Paulo Cep.: 01436-000
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (0055) 11-3062-5348
Fax: (0055) 11-3062-9743
Email: consulcostarica@ig.com.br
 
Croatia Croatian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS QI 09 Conjunto 11
Casa 3
CEP 71625-110 Brasilia-DF
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: 0055 61 3248 0610
Fax: 0055 61 3248 1708
Email: embaixada.croacia@terra.com.br
Details: Covers the Republic of Colombia, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
 
Croatia Croatian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate of the Republic of Croatia in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima 2012-CJ 32
01451-000 Sao Paulo, SP
Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: 0055 11 3815 4375
Fax: 0055 11 3815 4375
 
Cuba Cuban Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Cuba in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS Q1-5, conjunto 18
House I, Casa No. 1 Lago Sul
Cep. 71-615-180, Brasilia
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (61)324-4215
3248-413
3248-4517
Fax: (61) 33640767
Website: http://www.cubadiplomatica.cu/brasil
Email: embacuba@uol.com.br
Office Hours: Customer service (at the consulate): Monday to Friday from 10:00 am. to 1:00 pm closed on holidays in Cuba
Details: Ambassador: His Excellency Carlos Zamora Rodriguez
 
Cuba Cuban Consulate in Sao Paolo, Brazil
Cuban Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Cardoso de Almeida No. 2115
252-001
Sao Paulo
Brazil
City: Sao Paolo
Phone: (55-11) 3873 2800
Fax: (55-11) 3864 5052
Website: http://www.cubadiplomatica.cu/brasil
Email: reconsular@uol.com.br
Office Hours: Monday to Friday from 09:30 am to 12:30 pm, closed on holidays in Cuba
Details: Chief: His Excellency Mr. Lazaro Mendez Cabrera
 
Cyprus Cypriot Consulate in Ceara, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Cyprus in Ceara, Brazil
Ave. Barao de Studart, 1980 - 2o andar
60.120-001 Fontaleza, Cear±, Brazil
City: Ceara
Phone: +5585 34665475
Fax: +5585 34665422
Email: eduardo@sfiec.org.br
Office Hours: 09:00 - 12:00, 14:00 - 17:00
 
Cyprus Cypriot Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus to Brazil
SHIS QI 09, Conjunto 20, Casa 02
Lago Sul, Brasilia DF, CEP 71625200
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: +(5561) 35416892
+(5561) 81230272 (Mob.)
 
Cyprus Cypriot Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Cyprus to Brazil - Sao Paulo
01311-200 Av. Paulista, 1471 conj. 1508
Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +5511 32835565,+5511 76574861
Email: Cesar.aguiar@uol.com.br
 
Cyprus Cypriot Consulate in Brasilia, Brazil
Honorary Consul-General of the Republic of Cyprus to Brazil - Brasilia DF
SHIS-QL-8, Conjunto 6
Casa 14, Lago Sul
71620-265 Brasilia DF, Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: +5561 32480787/81731954'
Email: ruy.pereira.dasilva@terra.com.br
 
Cyprus Cypriot Consulate in Vitoria, Brazil
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Cyprus to Brazil - Vitoria
Rua da Grecia, 320-Praia do Canto
Vitoria, E S. 29055-360, Brazil
City: Vitoria
Phone: +5511 3227 5499, 3225-8905 (Res.)
Fax: +5511 3227 8597
Email: dvazeos@poseidon.com.br
Office Hours: 09:00  17:00 (Mon. Fr.)
 
Cyprus Cypriot Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Cyprus - Recife
Av. Fernando Simoes Barbosa No22
2nd Andar, Sala 213
Boa Viagem.,CEP 51.020-390
RECIFE-PE, BRAZIL
City: Recife
Phone: +5581 34840190
Fax: +55 81 99719866
Email: cyprusconsulaterecife@yahoo.com.br
Office Hours: 10:00 15:00
 
Czech Republic Czech Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of the Czech Republic in Brasilia, Brazil
SES 805 Lote 21A Via L3 Sul, Asa Sul
CEP 70200-901, Brasília - DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55 61 3242 7785
+55 61 3242 7905
Fax: +55 61 3242 7833
Website: http://www.mzv.cz/brasilia
Email: brasilia@embassy.mzv.cz
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in Manaus, Brazil
Rua Chaves Ribeiro 39, Sao Geraldo,
CEP 69053-190 Manaus - AM
City: Manaus
Phone: 005592/32320922
Fax: 005592/32320922
Email: Manaus@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday to Friday: 09.00 to 18.00
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Joinville, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in Joinville, Brazil
Avenida Edmundo Doubrawa, Distrito de Pirabeiraba
89219-502 Joinville
City: Joinville
Phone: 005547/34511030
Fax: 005547/34511195
Email: Joinville@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday to Friday: 08.00 to 12.00
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Rio De Janiero, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Av. Atlantica 4240, Loja 215, Shopping Casino Atlantico
Copacabana, CEP 22070002 Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
City: Rio de Janiero
Phone: 0055-21-3344 4488
Fax: 0055-21-2267 8698
Email: rio@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 09.00 - 16.00
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of the Czech Republic in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Av. Morumbi, 635, Jardim Guedala
05607-000 São Paulo-SP
Brasil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (+55 11) 3031-1729, 3031-8997 ou 3814-3728
Fax: (+55 11) 3031-1822
Website: http://www.mzv.cz/saopaulo
Email: saopaulo@embassy.mzv.cz,consuladotcheco@terra.com.br
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Czech Republic in Recife, Brazil
PragoTec, Avenida Eng. Domingos Ferreira 2391,
Empresarial San Marino, 10 andar, Boa Viagem
EP - 51020-031 Recife - PE
City: Recife
Phone: 005581/33277033
Fax: 005581/33276945
Email: recife@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 09.00 - 18.00
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in BRAZIL
Av. Santa Luzia 149, Apt. 2002, Ed. Bosque Italia, Bairro:
Horto Florestal, CEP: 40295-050 Salvador - Bahia
City: Salvador
Phone: 0055 71 33569573
Fax: 0055 71 3337 5826
Email: salvador@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09.00-16.00
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Vila Velha, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in BRAZIL
Av. Hugo Musso 588,
29101-280 ES Praia da Costa, Vila Velha
City: Vila Velha
Phone: 005527-33292355
Fax: 005527-33292149
Email: vitoria@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8.00-17.00
 
Czech Republic Czech Consulate in Fortaleza, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in BRAZIL
Av. Santos Dumond 2828,
Sala 1807/1808, Aldeota,
CEP 60150-161 Fortaleza -CE
City: Fortaleza
Phone: 0055 85 33118383
Fax: 0055 85 33118380
Email: fortaleza@honorary.mzv.cz
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 08.00-12.00, 14.00-18.00
 
Denmark Danish Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Royal Danish Embassy in Brazil
SES - Avenida das Nacoes
Qd. 807, Lote 26
70200-900 Brasilia D.F.
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55 61 3878 4500
Fax: +55 61 3878 4509
Website: http://www.ambbrasilia.um.dk
Email: bsbamb@um.dk
Office Hours: Opening hours: Monday-Thursday: 09:00-17:00 Friday: 09:00-14:00
Details: Authorized to issue passports, visas and residence permits, shipping inquiries.
 
Denmark Danish Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Danish Honorary Consulate in Rio de Janeiro
Av. Rio Branco 45, sala 1902
Centro
20090-908
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55 (21) 2255 7600
Fax: +55 (21) 2255 7766
Email: riodejaneirodk@terra.com.br
Details: Authorized to issue passports, shipping inquiries, postbox function for visas and residence and/or work permits Honorary Consul: José Luiz de Santana Carvalho
 
Denmark Danish Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Royal Danish Consulate General in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Oscar Freire, 379 - cj. 31
Cerqueira Cesar
01426-001
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55 (11) 2127 0750
Fax: +55 (11) 3068 9867
Website: http://www.gksaopaulo.um.dk
Email: saogkl@um.dk
Office Hours: Opening hours: Monday-Thursday: 09:00-17:00 Friday: 09:00-14:00
 
Denmark Danish Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Danish Honorary Consulate in Amazonas
Rua Ipe, 346, Distrito Industrial
69075-100
City: Manaus
Phone: +55 (92) 3301 6777
Fax: +55 (92) 3301 6778
Email: bsb@citycolor.com.br
Details: Honorary Consul: Benjamin Saul Benchimol
 
Denmark Danish Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Danish Honorary Consulate in Bahia, Brazil
A/C Bahiaship Ag. Marítima
Av. Estados Unidos, no 18-B
Edf. Estados Unidos, Conj. 802
40010-020 Comercio
City: Salvador
Phone: +55 (71) 3243 8825
Fax: +55 (71) 3243 3125
Email: ronald@bahiaship.com.br
Details: Honorary Consul: Ronald Schenkels
 
Denmark Danish Consulate in Belem, Brazil
Danish Honorary Consulate in Belem, Brazil
A/C DLH Nordisk - Nordisk Timber Ltda.
Rod. Augusto Montenegro, km11
Icoaraci
66820-000
City: Belem
Phone: +55 (91) 4006 7700
Fax: +55 (91) 4006 7734
Email: jorn.kristiansen@dlh-group.com
Details: Honorary Consul: Jorn Kristiansen
 
Denmark Danish Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Danish Honorary Consulate in Parana, Brazil
NEWPORT- Business Center
Alameda Dr. Carlos de Carvalho 655 Conj. 2005
80430-180
City: Curitiba
Phone: +55 (41) 3322 3384
Fax: +55 (41) 3322 3384
Email: consulados.dk.nw@vbeassociados.com.br
Details: Honorary Consul: Victor Manuel Gonçalves Barbosa
 
Denmark Danish Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Danish Honorary Consulate in Pernambuco, Brazil
Ed. Empresarial Center II
Rua Antonio Lumack do Monte, 96 conj. 303
Boa Viagem
51020-350
City: Recife
Phone: +55 (81) 3466 6466
Fax: +55 (81) 3325 2022
Email: frederico2005@gmail.com
Details: Honorary Consul: César Frederico B. Alencar
 
Denmark Danish Consulate in Eldorado Do Sul, Brazil
Danish Honorary Consulate in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
A/C CTIL
BR 290 - Km 108
Distrito Industrial
92990-000
City: Eldorado do Sul
Phone: +55 (51) 3481 3399
Fax: +55 (51) 3481 4050
Email: danish@cranwood.com.br
Details: Honorary Consul: Frank Edward Cranston Woodhead
 
Dominican Republic Dominican Consulate in Brasilia, Brazil
Dominican Republic Consulate in Brazil
QL. 08, conj. 04, casa-8B, Lago Sul
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61) 2481405
Fax: (+55-61) 3643214
Email: embaj-dargam@nutecnet.com.br
 
Dominican Republic Dominican Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Dominican Republic Embassy in Brazil
QL 14 Conj.05 Casa 08/10
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61) 2481405
Fax: (+55-61) 3643214
Email: embajadombrasil@nutecnet.com.br
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Ecuador in Brazil
SHIS QL 10, Conjunto 8
Casa 01
City: Brasilia
Phone: 0055-61 3248 5560
Fax: 0055-61 3248 1290
Website: http://www.embequador.org.br/
Email: embeq@solar.com.br
Office Hours: 8am - 4pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Brasilia DF, Brazil
Consulate of Ecuador in Brasilia DF, Brazil
SHIS QL 10, Conjunto 8
Casa 01
City: Brasilia DF
Phone: 005561 3248 5660
Office Hours: 8am - 3pm
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Embassy of Ecuador in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Av. Do Contorno 4747-Ed. Life Center -11a andar
Conj.1112-Barrio Serra
Cep: 30110-090 Belo Horizonte - Minas Gerais
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: (005531) 3284 6644
Fax: (005531) 3284 6564
Email: consulec@planetarium.com.br
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Campinas, Brazil
Consulate of Ecuador in Campinas, Brazil
Avenida Orosimbo Maia
1625-Vila Itapura
City: Campinas
Phone: (005519) 32557171 /9771-4181
Fax: (005519) 32537633
Email: vallejoperez@uol.com.br
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Embassy of Ecuador in Curitiba, Brazil
Rua Emiliano Perneta No. 680
10 andar, cj. 1804
80420 -080 Curitiba - Parana
City: Curitiba
Phone: (05541) 3223 0997 / 32252003
Fax: (05541) 3225 2003
Email: consulequador@ig.com.br, consulequador@gmail.com
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Manaos, Brazil
Consulate of Ecuador in Manaos, Brazil
Rua 6, casa 16, conj. Belo Horizonte
Parque 10-CEP: 69055-000
Manaus - AM
City: Manaos
Phone: (005592) 3236 3698
Fax: (005592) 3622 3679
Email: fsevilla@vivax.com.br
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Consulate of Ecuador in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Rua Euclides Moura, CEP 90680-070
Porto Alegre RS
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: (0055) 51-33155921 / 3212-3849
Fax: 51-3351-5921/1448
Email: quintana.ez@terrra.com.br
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Consulate of Ecuador in Recife, Brazil
Av. Beira Mar No. 1216, Apto. 702
CEP: 51030-000 Recife
City: Recife
Phone: (005581) 3465-9515
Fax: (005581) 3361 1054
Email: equarec@aol.com.br
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Ecuador in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Pintor Oswaldo Texeira #465. Condominio Nova Ipanema - Casa
Barrio Barra de Tijuca
22631-420
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55 (21) 3563-0380
Fax: +55 (21) 8351-5715
Email: cecuriodejaneiro@mmrree.gov.ec; conecrio@rionet.com.br
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Consulate of Ecuador in Salvador, Brazil
Av. Tancredo Neves No. 274, Bloco 'A'
Centro Empresarial Igu atemi
Salas 302/303
CEP: 41826 - 900 Salvador - BA
City: Salvador
Phone: (005571)4508330
Fax: (005571) 4809686/450-8330
Email: conseqba@uol.com.br
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate of Ecuador in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Diogo Moreira
132 /13a AN. CJ. 1308 - Pinheiros
CEP 05423-010 Sao Paulo / SP - Brasil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (005511) 3031-7004/3032-9909
Fax: (005511) 3031-7004
Email: cecuador@matrix.com.br
 
Ecuador Ecuadorian Consulate in Santos, Brazil
Ecuadorian Consulate in Brazil
Clovis de Vilaqua No. 08- Santos SP
City: Santos
Phone: (005512) 3284-8411/3219-7522/1354
Fax: (005513) 3219 4926
Email: oticasantista@litoral.com.br
 
Egypt Egyptian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Egypt in Brazil
SETOR EMBAIXADA NORTE AV. DAS NACEOS, LOTE 12 BRASILIA-DF 70435-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55.61.3323.8800
Fax: +55.61.3323.1039
Website: http://www.mfa.gov.eg/Missions/brazil/brasilia/embassy/en-GB
Email: embegito@opengate.com.br, eg.emb_brasilia@mfa.gov.eg
Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 9:00 - 17:00
 
Egypt Egyptian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Egypt in Brazil
RUA MUNIZ BARRETO NO. 741 BOTAFOGO RIO DE JANEIRO
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (5521) 25546318-25546664-25535623
Fax: (5521) 25528997
 
El Salvador Salvadoran Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of El Salvador in Brazil
Shis QI 07, Conjunto 06, casa No. 14
CEP.71615-260
Lago Sul
City: Brasilia
Phone: 055 61 364 4141
Fax: 055 61 364 2459
Email: embelsalvador@aol.com
 
Finland Finnish Embassy in Brasilia D.F., Brazil
Embassy of Finland in Brazil
SES - Avenida das Nações, Qd 807, Lt 27
CEP 70417-900 Brasília-DF
Postal address: Caixa Postal 02093
CEP 70254-970
City: Brasilia D.F.
Phone: +55-61-3443 7151
Fax: +55-61-3443 3315
Website: http://www.finlandia.org.br/
Email: sanomat.bra@formin.fi
Office Hours: Customer service: Mon-Fri 9.00-12.00 Office hours: Mon-Thu 8.15-17.00, Fri 8.15-14.15
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Finland in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rua Lauro Muller 116, sala 2206
Botafogo
CEP 22290-160
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55-21 2541 7732, 2543 7223
Fax: +55-21 2275 0138
Email: riodejaneiro@finconsul.fi
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Finland in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Machado Bittencourt 190, Cj. 607
Edifício New World
04044-000
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55-11 5087 9542
Fax: +55 11 5087 9520
Email: saopaulo@finconsul.fi, jan.jarne@finconsul.fi
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Av. Afonso Pena 3111
Conj.1007 a 1010
CEP 30130-008
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: +55-31-2101 0707
Fax: +55-31-2101 0708
Email: belohorizonte@finconsul.fi
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Curitiba, Brazil
Rua XV de Novembro 270
Conj. 205, 2 andar
CEP 80020-920
City: Curitiba
Phone: +55-41 223 5933
Fax: +55-41 223 5418
Email: curitiba@finconsul.fi
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Fortaleza, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Fortaleza, Brazil
Rua Almirante Maximiano da Fonseca 1395
Bairro Luciano Cavalcante
CEP 60811-020
City: Fortaleza
Phone: +55-85 4006 7600
Fax: +55-85 4006 7614
Email: fortaleza@finconsul.fi
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Manaus, Brazil
a/c Barros & Cia. Ltda.
CEP 69005-270
City: Manaus
Phone: +55-92 3622 6686, 3622 6276, 3622 6648
Fax: +55-92 3622 6656
Email: manaus@finconsul.fi
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Recife, Brazil
Rua Libia de Castro Assis 59
Centro Empresarial Jardim Boa Viagem
CEP 51030-410
City: Recife
Phone: +55-81 3462 4254
Fax: +55-81 3341 8924
Email: recife@finconsul.fi
 
Finland Finnish Consulate in Vitoria, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Finland in Vitoria, Brazil
Praca Costa Pereira, 52
9 andar-salas 906/912
Edificio Michelini
CEP 29010-080
City: Vitoria
Phone: +55-27 3223 1411, 3223 1089
Fax: +55-27 3223 1165
Email: vitoria@finconsul.fi
 
France French Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of France in Brazil
Avenida das Nacoes
Lote 04 - Quadra 801
CEP 70404-900 - Brasilia DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: [55] (61) 32 22 39 99
Fax: [55] (61) 32 22 39 07
Website: http://www.ambafrance-br.org/france_bresil/
Email: france@ambafrance.org.fr
 
France French Consulate in Brasilia, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of France in Brasilia, Brazil
Avenida das Nacoes
Lote 04 - Quadra 801
CEP 70404-900 - Brasilia DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: [55] (61) 312 91 64
Fax: [55] (61) 312 91 64
Website: http://brasilia.ambafrance-br.org/
 
France French Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Consulate General of France in Recife, Brazil
Avenida Conselheiro Aguiar n' 2333
Edificio Joao Roma, 6 Andar
Boa Viagem - 51020-020 Recife
City: Recife
Phone: [55] (81) 34 65 32 90 - 34 65 18 89
Fax: [55] (81) 34 66 35 99
Website: http://recife.ambafrance-br.org/
Email: consulfr@hotlink.com.br
 
France French Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate General of France in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Avenida Presidente Antonio Carlos 58
20020-010 Rio de Janeiro
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: [55] (21) 39 74 66 99
Fax: [55] (21) 39 74 68 64 / 39 74 68 61
Website: http://riodejaneiro.ambafrance-br.org/
Email: consulatrio@rionet.com.br
 
France French Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of France in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Avenida Paulista 1842 - Torre Norte - 14 andar
013109-923 Sao Paulo SP
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: [55] (11) 337 154 00
Fax: [55] (11) 337 154 01
Website: http://www.france.org.br/saopaulo/francais/index.html
Email: cgfsp@terra.com.br
 
Germany German Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Germany in Brasilia, Brazil
SES Avenida das Nacoes
Qd. 807, Lot 25
70415-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: 55-61-443-7330
Fax: (55-61) 443 7508
Website: http://www.brasil.diplo.de/Vertretung/brasilien/pt/Startseite.html
Email: germanembassy@zaz.com.br
Office Hours: 9h - 12h
 
Germany German Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
German Consulate in Sao Paulo
Avenida Brigadeiro Faria Lima
2092-120 andar
Jardim Paulistano
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (55-11) 3097 6644
Fax: (55-11) 3815 7538
Website: http://www.sao-paulo.diplo.de/pt/Startseite.html
Email: info.saopaulo@alemanha.org.br
 
Germany German Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Consulate of Germany in Recife
Edf. Empresarial Center III
Rua Antonio Lumack do Monte
128, 16° andar Boa Viagem
City: Recife
Phone: (55-81) 3463 5350
Fax: (55-81) 3465 4084
Website: http://www.recife.diplo.de/pt/Startseite.html
Email: info.recife@alemanha.org.br
Office Hours: 9:00 Ã s 12:00
 
Germany German Consulate in Blumenau, Brazil
Consulate of Germany in Blumenau
Rua XV. de Novembro
759, Edifício Hering
10° andar, Sala 1006
City: Blumenau
Phone: (55-47) 322 1172
Fax: (55-47) 321 3450
 
Germany German Consulate in Cuiaba, Brazil
Consulate of Germany in Mato Grosso
Rua França 199
Bairro Santa Rosa
City: Cuiaba
Phone: (55-65) 626 1787, 2073
Fax: (55-65) 626 1309
 
Germany German Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
German Consulate in Porto Alegre
Rua Prof. Annes Dias 112
11° andar
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: (55-51) 3224 9592, 55
Fax: (55-51) 3226 4909
Website: http://www.porto-alegre.diplo.de/pt/Startseite.html
Email: info.portoalegre@alemanha.org.br
 
Germany German Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Germany in Rio de Janeiro
Rua Presidente Carlos de Campos
417
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (55-21) 2554 0004
Fax: (55-21) 2553 0184
Website: http://www.rio-de-janeiro.diplo.de/pt/Startseite.html
Email: dtgkrio.ntg@terra.com.br
Office Hours: 8:30 Ã s 11:30 horas
 
Germany German Consulate in Belem, Brazil
Consulate of Germany in Belem
Travessa Apinagés No. 944
Apt. 601
Bairro Batista Campos
Para
City: Belem
Phone: (55-91) 212 8366, 5634
Fax: (55-91) 212 8366
Email: hsteffen.bel@zaz.com.br
 
Germany German Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
German Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
SES Avenida das Nacoes
Qd. 807, Lot 25
70415-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: (55-61) 442-7000
Fax: (55-61) 443 7508
Website: http://brasilia.diplo.de
Email: pr@embaixada-alemanha.org.br
 
Germany German Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Germany in Porto Alegre
Rua Prof. Annes Dias 112, 11° andar, 90020-090 Porto Alegre-RS.
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: (0055 51) 32 24 95 92 / (0055 51) 32 24 92 55
Fax: (0055 51) 32 26 49 09
Website: http://www.rio-de-janeiro.diplo.de
Email: info.portoalegre@alemanha.org.br
 
Germany German Consulate in Cuiaba, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Germany in Cuiaba
Avenida França 199, Bairro Santa Rosa, 78040-170 Cuiabá-MT.
City: Cuiaba
Phone: (0055 65) 36 26 20 73 / (0055 65) 36 26 13 09
Fax: (0055 65) 36 26 17 87
Email: consulkramm@terra.com.br
 
Germany German Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Germany in Curitiba
Rua Emiliano Perneta, 297, cj. 232, 80010-050 Curitiba-PR.
City: Curitiba
Phone: (0055 41) 32 22 69 20
Fax: (0055 41) 32 22 03 22
Email: hansgschorer@aol.com
 
Germany German Consulate in Fortaleza, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Germany in Fortaleza
Rua Dr. José Lourenço, 2244, 60115-282 Fortaleza-CE.
City: Fortaleza
Phone: (0055 85) 32 46 28 33
Fax: (0055 85) 32 46 70 99
Email: dghonkonsulbrd@secrel.com.br
 
Germany German Consulate in Joinville, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Germany in Joinville
Rua Alexandre Döhler, 78, 89201-260 Joinville-SC.
City: Joinville
Phone: (0055 47) 34 33 86 79
Fax: (0055 47) 34 22 35 52
Email: konsul@dohler.com.br
 
Germany German Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Consulate of Germany in Brazil
Martin Klenke
R.Franco de Sa, 270
S.805 - Sao Francisco
Edif. Amazon Trade Center
CEP: 69079 - 210
City: Manaus
Phone: (0055 92) 36 59 33 00
Fax: (0055 92) 36 59 33 00
Email: m.klenke@hotmail.com
 
Germany German Consulate in Ribeirao Preto, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Germany in Ribeirao Preto
Rua Campos Salles 658, 14015-110 Ribeirao Preto-SP.
City: Ribeirao Preto
Phone: (0055 16) 36 35 27 25
Fax: (0055 16) 36 35 23 78
Email: ieba@terra.com.br
 
Germany German Consulate in Rolândia, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Germany in Rolandia
Avenida dos Expedicion rios, 342, sala 81, Edificio Center Comercial de Rolândia
86600-000 Rolandia-PR
City: Rolândia
Phone: (0055 43) 32 56 19 31
Fax: (0055 43) 32 56 33 74
Website: http://www.brasil.diplo.de
Email: rolandia@hk-diplo.de
 
Germany German Consulate in Salvador, Bahia. Brazil., Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Germany in Salvador, Bahia. Brazil.
Rua Jogo de Carneiro, 49, Saude, 40045-040 Salvador-BA..
City: Salvador, Bahia. Brazil.
Phone: (0055 71) 32 42 26 70
Fax: (0055 71) 32 41 50 93
Email: hksalvador@yahoo.de
 
Germany German Consulate in Santos, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Germany in Santos
Rua Frei Gaspar 22 , 10° andar, sala 104, 11010-909 Santos-SP
(Sprechstunden von 09.00 bis 12.00 Uhr
City: Santos
Phone: (0055 13) 32 19 50 92
Fax: (0055 13) 32 13 82 44
Email: consuladoalemao-sts@stocklerltda.com.br
 
Germany German Consulate in Vitoria, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Germany in Vitoria
Av. Nossa Senhora dos Navegantes, 755 - s.906, Enseada do Sul, 29055-335 Vitoria
City: Vitoria
Phone: (0055 27) 21 21 68 89
Fax: (0055 27) 21 21 68 90
Email: petra@hk.vitoria.nom.br
 
Ghana Ghanaian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Ghana in Brasilia, Brazil
Shis QL 10
Conj. 08
Casa 02
P.O. Box 07-0456
City: Brasilia
Phone: (00-55-61) 248-6049, 248-6047
Fax: (00-55-61) 248-7913 611024
 
Greece Greek Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Greece in Brasilia, Brazil
SES Av. das Nacoes
Qd 805, Lt 22 70480-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55)- 61- 443 6573 and/or 4436421
Website: http://www.emb-grecia.org.br/
Email: gremb.bra@mfa.gr
Office Hours: ---
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Sao Paolo, Brazil
Consulate General of Greece in Sao Paolo
Avenida Paulista,2073, Conjunto Nacional, Edificio HorsaII, 23o
City: Sao Paolo
Phone: (005511) 2510675, 2831231
Fax: (005511)2890178
Website: http://www.emb-grecia.org.br
Email: gremb.bra@mfa.gr
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate General of Greece in Rio De Janeiro
Prala do Flamengo 344, 2 andar, CEP. 22210-030 - Flamengo - Rio de Janeiro, RJ
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (005521) 25526849 ,25526749
Fax: (005521)25526799
Email: gconsrj@gbl.com.br
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Cuitiba, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Cuitiba
Rua Padre Anchieta, 2285 conj. 203, Edificio Delta Center,
Bigorrilho, 80730-000 Curitiba, Parana, Brazil
City: Cuitiba
Phone: (005541) 30264625
Fax: (005541)3367102
Email: efezo@uol.com.br
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Manaus
Rua Marcilio Dias 300, 4o ndar, Centro-Ed. Maria Tadros, 69095-270 Manaus AM, Br
City: Manaus
Phone: (005592) 36332525
Fax: (005592) 32335798
Email: jtadros@intesnaxt.com.br
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Recife
Rua do Hospicio 202, Sala 801, Boa Vista, 50060-080 Recife P, Brazil
City: Recife
Phone: (005581) 32228686
Fax: (005581) 32311343
Email: consulgr@elogica.com.br
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Santos, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Santos
Rua Joao Pessoa 69, 16o Andar, 11013-001 Santos SP, Brazil
City: Santos
Phone: 005513) 32197393, 32194751
Fax: (005513) 32194751
 
Greece Greek Consulate in Vitria, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Greece in Vitria
Rua da Grcia, 320 B Vermelho, Vitria-ES, CEP 29057-660, Brazil
City: Vitria
Phone: (005527) 33341210
Fax: (005527) 32278597
Email: consuladodagrecia@poseidon.com.br
 
Greenland Greenlandic Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Royal Danish Embassy in Brazil
SES - Avenida das Nacoes
Qd. 807, lt. 26
70200-900 Brasília D.F.
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55 61 3878 4500
Fax: +55 61 3878 4509
Website: http://www.ambbrasilia.um.dk
Email: bsbamb@um.dk
Details: The Faroe Islands and Greenland are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. As a main principle, the Danish Constitution stipulates that the foreign and security interests for all parts of the Kingdom of Denmark are the responsibility of the Danish government.
 
Greenland Greenlandic Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Royal Danish Consulate General in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Oscar Freire 379, cj. 31
Cerqueira Cesar
01426-900 Sao Paulo - SP
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55 (11) 2127 0750
Fax: +55 (11) 3068 9867
Website: http://www.ambbrasilia.um.dk
Email: saogkl@um.dk
Details: The Faroe Islands and Greenland are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. As a main principle, the Danish Constitution stipulates that the foreign and security interests for all parts of the Kingdom of Denmark are the responsibility of the Danish government.
 
Greenland Greenlandic Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Royal Danish Consulate General in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Av. N. Sra. de Copacabana, 749 - sala 904
Copacabana
CEP 22050-000 Rio de Janeiro RJ
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55 (21) 2255 7600
Fax: +55 (21) 2255 7766
Email: riodejaneirodk@terra.com.br
Details: The Faroe Islands and Greenland are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. As a main principle, the Danish Constitution stipulates that the foreign and security interests for all parts of the Kingdom of Denmark are the responsibility of the Danish government.
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Guatemala in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rua Garcia d Avila 99, 1andar, Ipanema, Río de Janeiro, C.E.P.2241-010
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: 55-21 2294-1849
Fax: 55-21 2294-1849
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Guatemala in Brasilia, Brazil
Shis QI 3, CJ 10, Casa 1, Lago Sul Brasilia, D.F.
City: Brasilia
Phone: 0055-61 3365-1908 / 0055-61 3365-1909
Fax: 0055-61 3365-1906
Email: embaguate-brasil@minex.gob.gt
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Guatemala in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Rua Padre Chagas 415, Conj. 201 Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul CEP. 90570-080
City: Rio Grande do Sul
Phone: 55-51 3346-1988
Fax: 55-51 9999-2270
Email: poloseguros@vant.com.br
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Guatemala in Recife, Brazil
Rua José Aderval Chaves, Edificio Empresarial Wecon IV No. 78, sala 109
Boa Viagen, Recife, PE, 51111-030
City: Recife
Phone: 55-81 3467-5627
Fax: 55-81 3467-5627
Email: consuladoguatemalarecife@yahoo.com.br
 
Guatemala Guatemalan Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Guatemala in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Itapeva 378, Conj.44, 4 andar Bela Vista, Sao Paulo CEP 01332-000
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: 55-11 3285-0586
Fax: 55-11 3266-6603
Email: consulguate@terra.com.br
 
Guyana Guyanese Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Guyana in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Rua Lauro Muller Nr. 116 Grupo 2604 Torre do Rio Sul
Botafogo - Rio de Janeiro 22290-160 Brasil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (21) 25429595 / (21) 25410191
Fax: (21) 2295 (21) 2295 2798
Email: oficial.chancelaria@consuladoguianario.com.br
 
Haiti Haitian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Haiti in Brazil
Shisl QI 17, Conj. 04, Casa 19
70465-900 LAGO SUL
C.P. 08618/71600
City: Brasilia
Phone: 061-248-6860 or 061-248-6437
Fax: 061-248-7472
 
Honduras Honduran Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Honduras in Brazil
SHIS Q1 19, conj. 07, Casa 34
Brasilia, D.F.
CEP 71655-070
City: Brasilia
Phone: 00 55 (61) 366-4082; 00 55 (61) 366-4854; 00 55 (61) 366-4335
Fax: 00 55 (61) 366-4618; 00 55 (61) 366-2453
Email: embhonduras@ig.com.br
 
Honduras Honduran Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Honduras in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Avenida Nossa Senhora de Copacabana
No.1183 sala - 1104
Barrio Copacabana
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: + 55 + 21 + 3813-5253 / + 55 + 21 +2267-4593
Fax: + 55 + 21 +2267-4593
Email: cgh-rj@yahoo.com
 
Hungary Hungarian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Hungary in Brasilia,Brazil
S.E.S. Av. das Nacoes lote 19 Quadra 805.Lote 70413-900,
Brasilia-DF Caixa Postal 02176
City: Brasilia
Phone: 61-4430822
Fax: 61-4433434
 
Hungary Hungarian Consulate in San Paolo, Brazil
Consular Office of Hungary in San Paolo, Brazil
Rua Andre Ampere No. 153. Conjunto 42 Brooklin Novo 04562-080-San Paulo
City: San Paolo
Phone: 11-55065011
Fax: 11-55064321
 
India Indian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Indian Embassy in Brazil
SHIS QL 08, Coj 08
Casa 01, Lago Sul, CEP 71.620/285
DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: 00-55-61-32484006[4 lines]
Fax: 00-55-61-32485486
Website: http://www.indianembassy.org.br/
Email: hoc@indianembassy.org.br
Details: ---
 
India Indian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
General Consulate of India in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Avenida Paulista
925
7th Floor CEP 01311-100
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: 00-55-11-31710340-41
Fax: 00-55-11-31710342
Email: bhojwani@indiaconsulate.org.br
 
Indonesia Indonesian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Brasilia, Brazil
Ses Avenida Das Nacoes, Quadra 805
Lote. 20, Brasilia-DF
CEP-70479-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: (55-61) 3443-8800, 3443-1788, 3244-7069, 3244-7614
Fax: (55-61) 3443-6732
Website: http://www.indonesia-brasil.org.br
Email: kbribrasilia@persocom.com.br
 
Indonesia Indonesian Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Indonesia in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Rua Sapucai No. 383
4 Andar-Floresta
CEP-30150-904
Belo Horizonte MG, Brazil
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: (55-31) 3279-4473
Fax: (55-31) 3279-4476
Email: carlos.figueredo@cvrd.com.br
 
Indonesia Indonesian Consulate in Recife-Pernambuco, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Indonesia in Recife-Pernambuco, Brazil
R. Lemos Torres no. 95
Casa Forte, Recife-PE
CEP 52060-310
Pernambuco, Brazil
City: Recife-Pernambuco
Phone: (55-81) 3268-5163
Fax: (55-81) 3228-4802
Email: indoconsul@hotmail.com
 
Indonesia Indonesian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Indonesia in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
R. Garcia D'Avilla No. 99,
1 Andar, Ipanema
CEP-22421-010
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (55-21) 2259-8756
Fax: (55-21) 2259-8756
Email: consulado.indonesia@indonesia.org.br
 
Indonesia Indonesian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Honorary Consulate General of Indonesia in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Boa Vista No. 133
3° Andar, Conjuncto 3B Centro,
CEP-01014-000
Sao Paulo, Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (55-11) 3105-2309
Fax: (55-11) 3104-5398
Email: paulocamiz@talset-el.com.br
 
Iran Iranian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Iran in Brasilia, Brazil
SES av. das Naes, Quadra 809 - Lote 31 - Brasilia-D.F. CEP: 70421-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: (61) 3242-5733
Fax: (61) 3242-5733
Website: http://www.webiran.org.br/
Email: webiran@webiran.org.br
 
Ireland Irish Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Ireland in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS QL 12
Conjunto: 05
Casa: 09, Lago Sul
Brasilia-DF
CEP: 71.630-255
City: Brasilia
Phone: ( + 55 61) 3248 8800
Fax: (+ 55 61) 3248 8816
Website: http://www.embassyofireland.org.br
Email: brasiliaembassy@dfa.ie
Office Hours: 0.00am to 1.00pm Monday to Friday. 10.00 a.m. as 1.00 p.m. de segunda a sexta.
Details: Ambassador: His Excellency Frank Sheridan
 
Ireland Irish Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Ireland in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Al. Joaquim Eugenio de Lima, 447
01403-001
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (00 55 11) 3147 7788
Fax: (00 55 11) 3147 7770
Email: hcisp@yahoo.com
Details: Honorary Consul: Mr. Stephen O'Sullivan
 
Israel Israeli Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Israel in Brasilia, Brazil
SES - Av. das Nações - Quadra 809 Lote 38
70424-900 - Brasília - DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: 0055-61-2105-0500
Fax: 0055-61-2105-0555
Website: http://brasilia.mfa.gov.il
Email: info@brasilia.mfa.gov.il
Office Hours: Segunda a quinta: 9:00 às 17:00 Sexta-feira: 9:00 às 14:00
 
Italy Italian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Italy in Brasilia, Brazil
Avenida as Nacoes, Lote 30
Lote 30, DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: 55 61 442 9900
Fax: 55 61 443 1231
Website: http://www.ambbrasilia.esteri.it
Email: ambasciata.brasilia@esteri.it
 
Italy Italian Consulate in San Paolo, Brazil
General Consulate of Italy in San Paolo, Brazil
Av.Paulista,1963 - CAP: 01311-300 San Paolo
City: San Paolo
Phone: 00551135495643
Fax: 005511 31712633
Website: http://www.conssanpaolo.esteri.it
Email: visti.sanpaolo@esteri.it
 
Italy Italian Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
General Consulate of Italy in Curitiba, Brazil
Rua Marechal Deodoro, 630 - 21 Andar-Centro Comercial Italia - 80010-912 Curitib
City: Curitiba
Phone: 00554138831750
Fax: 38831773
Website: http://www.conscuritiba.esteri.it
Email: segreteria.curitiba@esteri.it
 
Italy Italian Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
General Consulate of Italy in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Rua José de Alencar, 313 - 90880-481- Porto Alegre (RS)
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: 00555132308200
Fax: 00555132308222
Website: http://www.consportoalegre.esteri.it
Email: urp.portoalegre@esteri.it; segreteria.portoalegre@esteri.it
 
Italy Italian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
General Consulate of Italy in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Avenida Presidente Antonio Carlos 40 - 20020-010 - Rio de Janeiro (RJ)
City: Rio De Janeiro
Phone: 00552135341315
Fax: 0055 21 - 2262.6348
Website: http://www.consriodejaneiro.esteri.it
Email: segreteria.riodejaneiro@esteri.it
 
Italy Italian Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Italian Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Rua Inconfidentes 600 - 30140-120 - Belo Horizonte (MG)
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: 00553132814211
Fax: 005531 32814408
Website: http://www.consbelohorizonte.esteri.it
Email: segreteria.belohorizonte@esteri.it
 
Italy Italian Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Italian Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Avenida Domingos Ferreira, 2222 - 2 Andar - sala 201- Edf. Robert Gran- Boa
Viagem - Recife CEP 51010-030
City: Recife
Phone: 00558134664200
Fax: 34664320
Website: http://www.consrecife.esteri.it
Email: consolato.recife@esteri.it
 
Jamaica Jamaican Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Jamaican Consulate in Brazil
Bastos-Tigre, Coelho da Rocha e Lopes Advogados
Al. Jaú, 1754 - 4° andar
01420-002
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: 55 11 3067-3414
Fax: 55 11 3067-3413
Email: marapia@bastostigre.com.br
Details: HONORARY CONSUL: MRS. MARIA PIA FAULHABER BASTOS-TIGRE
 
Japan Japanese Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Japan in Brasilia, Brazil
SES, quadra 811
Avenida das Naqoes
lote 39
CEP 70425-900 Brasilia - DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: 061-242-6855, 6912
Fax: 061-443-9685
Email: watanabe@if.usp.br
Office Hours: 9:00 - 12:00 hs
 
Japan Japanese Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate General of Japan in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Praia do Flamengo
200 - 10 andar
Flamengo - Rio de Janeiro
RJ - Brasil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: 021-265-5252, 245-1714
Fax: 021-205-7135
Website: http://www.rio.br.emb-japan.go.jp/
 
Japan Japanese Consulate in San Paolo, Brazil
General Consulate of Japan in San Paolo
Av. Paulista 854, 3'andar 01310-913-SAO PAULO-SP
City: San Paolo
Phone: 011-287-0100
Fax: 011-288-9460
 
Japan Japanese Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
General Consulate of Japan in Manaus
Rua Ferreira Pena, 92-Centro 69010-140-MANAUS-AM.
City: Manaus
Phone: 092-232-2000, 234-2521
Fax: 092-232-6073
 
Japan Japanese Consulate in Belem, Brazil
General Consulate of Japan in Belem
Av. Magalhaes Barata, 651 Edif. Belem Office Center, 7'andar
City: Belem
Phone: 091-249-3344
Fax: 091-249-3655
 
Japan Japanese Consulate in Recife, Brazil
General Consulate of Japan in Recife
Rua Padre Carapuceiro, 733, 14'andar Edif. Empresarial Cneter I, boa
Viagem 51020-280-RECIPE-PE
City: Recife
Phone: 081-465-9115
Fax: 081-465-9140
 
Japan Japanese Consulate in Alegre, Brazil
General Consulate of Japan in Alegre
Av. Joao Obino, 467-Petropolis 90470-150-PORTO ALEGRE-RS.
City: Alegre
Phone: 051-334-1299, 334-1135
Fax: 051-334-1742
 
Jordan Jordanian Embassy in Brazilia, Brazil
Embassy of Jordan in Brazilia, Brazil
Shis Qi 09 Conjunto 18 Casa 14
Lago Sul-Brasilia-Df Cep 71650-180
005561
City: Brazilia
Phone: +55 61 32485407 - 32485414
Fax: +55 61 32481698
Email: emb.jordania@apis.com.br; emb.jordan@tba.com.br
Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 9:00-3:00
 
Kuwait Kuwaiti Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Kuwait in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS, Q.15 Chacara 30, SHIS
71600-750 Brasilia, D.F.
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61) 2481634, 2481701
Fax: (+55-61) 2480969
 
Lebanon Lebanese Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Lebanon in Brasilia, Brazil
Lebanese Embassy
SES - Av. das Nações, Qd. 805, lote 17
CEP 70411-900 - Brasília / DF, Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55) (61) 3443-5552/(+55) (61) 3443-3808
Fax: (+55) (61) 3443-8574
Website: http://www.libano.org.br/
Email: embaixada@libano.org.br
Office Hours: 09:00-15:00
 
Liberia Liberian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate of Liberia in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Liberian Consulate General
Rua Augusta, 2529, 3º andar, conj. 33
CEP: 01413-100 São Paulo - SP
Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (+55) (11) 881-1722
Fax: (+55) (11) 280-0965
Details: Consul: Mr Salvador Beck Landau
 
Lithuania Lithuanian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Honorary Consul in Brazil (Sao Paulo)
Av. Dr. Yojiro Takaoka, 4.384 - Office 1.016
Santana de Parnaiba, 06541-038
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55 11 4153 3592
Email: francisco.blagevitch@asystsudamerica.com
 
Luxembourg Luxembourg Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Consulate of Luxembourg in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Avenida Carandai
1115-26o andar
30130-915 Belo Horizonte MG
Brazil
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: +55 31 32 19 13 98
Fax: +55 31 32 22 38 80
Email: francois.moyen@belgo.com.br
 
Luxembourg Luxembourg Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Luxembourg in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rua Francisco Otaviano, 87 apt.203
Copacabana
22080-040 Rio de Janeiro
RJ, Brazil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55 21 25 21 78 35
Email: consulux@hotmail.com
 
Malawi Malawian Embassy in Brazil
Malawian Embassy in Brazil
Rua Piexoto Gomide 1938-9
Caixa Postal 30754
01409 Sau Paolo
Phone: +(55) 11 548 5433
Fax: +(55) 11 246 003
 
Malawi Malawian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Malawi
Rua Piexoto Gomide 1938/9
Caixa Postal 30754
01409-002 São Paulo, SP
Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (+55-11) 51815433
Fax: (+55-11) 51810031
Email: maxeb@cepa.com.br
 
Malaysia Malaysian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Malaysia in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS QI 05, Chacara 62
Lago Sul, Brasilia DF
CEP:71.020-004
City: Brasilia
Phone: (55-61) 3248-5008/3248-6215
Fax: (55-61) 3248-6307
Website: http://www.kln.gov.my/perwakilan/brasillia
Email: malbrasilia@kln.gov.my or mwbrasilia@terra.com.br
Office Hours: Work day : 0830 - 1715 hrs (Monday- Thursday) 0830 - 1300 (Friday) Holiday :        Saturday & Sunday
 
Malta Maltese Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Malta Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Avenida Graca Aranha, 416 GR
708 CEP 20033-900
Rio De Janeiro/RJ, Brazil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: 0055 (21) 2533 9293
Fax: 0055 (21) 2533 7250
Email: maltaconsul.riodejaneiro@gov.mt
 
Malta Maltese Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Malta in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Xavier de Almeida, 227
Cep. 04211-000
Sao Paulo, Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: 0055 11 6914 4420
Fax: 0055 11 6914 4420
Email: maltaconsul.saopaolo@gov.mt
 
Mexico Mexican Embassy in Brasilia D.F., Brazil
Embassy of Mexico in Brasilia D.F., Brazil
SES Av. give Nacoes Quadra
805 Lot 18
CEP 70412-900
Brasilia D.F.
City: Brasilia D.F.
Phone: (55-61) 3204-5200
Fax: (55-61) 3204-5201
Website: http://portal.sre.gob.mx/brasil/
Email: embamexbra@cabonet.com.br
Office Hours: Monday to Thursday from 09:00 to 18:00, Friday from the 09:00 to 15:00 hrs. and Guard from the 15:00 to 18:00
 
Monaco Monegasque Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Monaco in Brazil
Av. Paulista, 2073 Horsa I  3° andar conj. 319 01311-940
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55.11.3541.1744
Email: consulmonaco@uol.com.br
 
Morocco Moroccan Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Brasilia, Brazil
SEN, Avenida das Naçoes, Lote 02
70432-900 Brasilia
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61) 2262288, 3214487
Fax: (+55-61) 3210745
Email: sifamarbr@tba.com.br
 
Mozambique Mozambican Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Mozambique
SHIS QL 12, Conjunto 07
Casa 09, Lago Sul
71630-275 Brasilia, DF
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61) 2484222, 2485319
Fax: (+55-61) 2483917
 
Myanmar Myanmar Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of the Union of Myanmar in Brazil
SHIS QL 08, Conjunto 14
Casa 05, Lago Sul
71620-245 Brasilia-DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: 00-55-61-2483747, 00-55-61-3643145
Fax: 00-55-61-3642747
Website: http://www.mebrsl.freeservers.com/
Email: mebrsl@brnet.com.br
 
Namibia Namibian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of the Republic of Namibia in Brazil
SHIS QI 09 Conjunto 8 Casa 11
CEP: 71.625-080
Lago Sul
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55 (61) 3248-6274 / 3248-7621
Fax: +55 (61) 3248-7135
Website: http://www.embassyofnamibia.org.br
 
Namibia Namibian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate of the Republic of Namibia in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Augusta, 2516 - Cj. 32/33/34
CEP: 01412-100
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55 (11) 3064-5504
Fax: +55 (11) 3064-1493
Email: thomasjbloch@rmbseguros.com.br
 
Netherlands Dutch Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Netherlands in Brasilia, Brazil
SES - Qd. 801, Lote 05
CEP 70405-900
Brasilia - DF - Brasil
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55 (0)61-3961.3200
Fax: +55 (0)61-3961.3234
Website: http://www.mfa.nl/bra
Email: bra@minbuza.nl
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 08:00-16:30
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Netherlands Consulate-General in Rio de Janeiro
Praia de Botafogo 242/10de verdieping
Botafogo, 22250-040 - Rio de Janeiro - RJ
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: + 55 (0)21 - 2157.5400
Fax: + 55 (0)21 - 2157.5454
Website: http://www.mfa.nl/rio
Email: rio@minbuza.nl
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00-13:00 (consular) Monday-Friday 08:00-16:30 (office)
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Netherlands Consulate-General in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Avenida Brigadeiro Faria
Lima, 1779 - 3de, Verdieping, Jardims
01451-912 Sao Paulo - SP
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: + 55 (0)11 - 3811.3300
Fax: + 55 (0)11 - 3814.0802
Website: http://www.mfa.nl/sao/
Email: sao@minbuza.nl
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Netherlands Consulate-General in Porto Alegre
Rua Prof. Jose Salgado, Martins, 145
Bela Vista, 90450-150 - Porto Alegre - RS
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: + 55 (0)51 - 3331.3832
Fax: + 55 (0)51 - 3019.7143
Email: hollandc@terra.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:30-12:30
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Belem, Brazil
Netherlands Honorary-Consulate in Belem
Avenida Claudio, Saunders 1694
67030-160, Ananindeua - PA
City: Belem
Phone: + 55 (0)91 - 3255.3194
Fax: + 55 (0)91 - 3255.4966
Email: isl@interconect.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 08:00-11:30 and 14:00-18:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Netherlands Honorary-Consulate in Curitiba
Avenida Candido de Abreu 469
16 andar, conj. 1606
CEP 80530-000 Curitiba - PR
Brazil
City: Curitiba
Phone: + 55 (0)41 - 3353.2630
Fax: + 55 (0)41 - 3352.0854
Email: holland@telecorp.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 14:00-17:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Fortaleza, Brazil
Consulate of the Netherlands in Fortaleza, Brazil.
Av. Dom Luiz, 880, sala 707 / 708
Edificio Top Center
Bairro Aldeota
60160-230 Fortaleza-CE
City: Fortaleza
Phone: 00-55-85-32682700
Fax: 00-55-85-34612331
Email: consuladoholanda@tradetec.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 14:00-17:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Consulate Belo Horizonte, Federative Republic of Brazil
Rua Sergipe 1167 - Sala 1102
Funcionarios
CEP 33130-171 Belo Horizonte - MG
Brazil
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: 00-55-31-32217377
Fax: 00-55-31-32275275
Email: consulbh@gold.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00-12:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Consulate Manaus, Federative Republic of Brazil
Rua Miranda Leao, 41
CEP 69005-901 Manaus - AM
Brazil
City: Manaus
Phone: 00-55-92-36221366
Fax: 00-55-92-36221354
Email: ilko@bemol.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-12:00 and 15:00-18:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Consulate Recife, Federative Republic of Brazil
Av. Conselheiro Aguiar 1472, Sala 142
Boa Viagem
CEP 51111-011 Recife-PE
City: Recife
Phone: 00-55-81-34656704
Fax: 00-55-81-33251399
Email: consuladoholandes.rec@uol.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 15:00-18:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Consulate of Netherland in Salvador, Federative Republic of Brazil
Largo do Carmo no. 04 Sala 101
Bairro Santo Antonio
40030.040 Salvador - BA
Brazil
City: Salvador
Phone: 00-55-71-3241.3001
Fax: 00-55-71-3241.5343
Email: hleusen@dannemann-sa.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 08:00-12:00, 13:00-17:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Santos, Brazil
Consulate Santos, Federative Republic of Brazil
Unimar Agenciamentos
Maritimos Ltda.
Praca Correia de Melo, 9 Centro
11.013.220 Santos - SP
City: Santos
Phone: 00-55-13-32357890
Fax: 00-55-13-32214863
Email: alettieri@ssz.unimar-agency.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 08:00-12:00 and 14:00-18:00
 
Netherlands Dutch Consulate in Vitoria, Brazil
Consulate Vitoria, Federative Republic of Brazil
Marmorexport Ltda. Praca Getulio Vargas 35,
Ed. Jusmar salas 417/418, Centro 29018-3500 Vitoria-ES
City: Vitoria
Phone: 00-55-27-32227444
Fax: 00-55-27-32227291
Email: consul.es@marmorexport.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 14:00-17:00
 
New Zealand Kiwi Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
New Zealand Consulate-General Sao Paulo
Alameda Campinas 579,
15th floor Cerqueira Cesar
01404-000 S
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55-11-3148-0870 or 3148-0616 (New Zealand Trade and Enterprise)
Fax: +55-11-3148-2521
Email: consuladonz@nzte.govt.nz
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 0900-1300 hrs Mon-Fri 0900-1730 hrs (New Zealand Trade and Enterprise Office)
Details: NZTE Regional Manager: Jessica Acherboim
 
New Zealand Kiwi Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
New Zealand Embassy in Brasilia
SHIS QI 09, conj. 16, casa 01,
Lago Sul 71625-160,
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55-61-3248-9900
Fax: +55-61-3248-9916
Website: http://nzembassy.com/home.cfm?c=44
Email: zelandia@nwi.com.br
Office Hours: 8.30 am to 5pm Monday to Friday
Details: Ambassador: HE Mr Mark Trainor
 
Nicaragua Nicaraguan Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Nicaragua
SHIS QI 11, Conj. 05, Casa 03
Lago Sul
71625-250 Brasilia, D.F.
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61) 2481115, 2487902,
Fax: (+55-61) 3640825
 
Norway Norwegian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Embassy in Brasilia
SES, Avenida das Nacoes,
Quadra 807, Lote 28, CEP 70.418-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55-61-3443-8720 / 22 / 91
Fax: +55-61-3443-2942
Website: http://www.noruega.org.br/
Email: emb.brasilia@mfa.no
Details: Embaixadora: S.E. Turid B. Rodrigues Eusebio
 
Norway Norwegian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Consulate General in Rio de Janeiro
Rua Lauro Muller 116, Sala 2206
Torre Rio Sul, Botafogo
22.290-160
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55-21-2541-7732
Fax: +55-21-2275-0138
Website: http://www.noruega.org.br/Embassy/Contatos/trade/
Email: cg.riodejaneiro@mfa.no
Details: Cônsul Geral: Sra. Anne Vibeke Lilloe
 
Norway Norwegian Consulate in Belem, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Consulate in Belem
Nordisk Timber LTDA, Rod Augusto Montenegro KM 11,
Iocarci, CEP 66820-000
City: Belem
Phone: +55-21-2541-7732 (Consulado Geral da Noruega no Rio de Janeiro)
Fax: +55-21-2275-0138
Website: http://www.noruega.org.br/Embassy/Contatos/consulados1/
Email: cg.riodejaneiro@mfa.no
 
Norway Norwegian Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Honorary Consulate in Curitiba
NEWPORT Business Center,
Alameda Dr. Carlos de Carvalho 655 - Conj. 2005,
CEP: 80430-180
City: Curitiba
Phone: +55-41-3322 3384 or 3322-8732
Fax: +55-41-3642-4725
Website: http://www.noruega.org.br/Embassy/Contatos/consulados1/
Details: Consul: Victor Manuel Goncalves Barbosa
 
Norway Norwegian Consulate in Fortaleza, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Honorary Consulate in Fortaleza
Rua Rocha Lima 371,
Joaquim Tavora, CEP 60135-000
City: Fortaleza
Phone: +55-85-3242-0888
Fax: +55-85-3242-9222
Website: http://www.noruega.org.br/Embassy/Contatos/consulados1/
Email: consulado@emitrade.com.br
Details: Consul: Marcos Aurelio Soares de Castro
 
Norway Norwegian Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Honorary Consulate in Manaus
Rua Ipe, 346 - Distrito Industrial, CEP 69075-100
City: Manaus
Phone: +55-92-3301-6777 or 3301-6778
Fax: +55-92-3301-6777 or 3301-6778
Website: http://www.noruega.org.br/Embassy/Contatos/consulados1/
Details: Consul: Saul Benchimol
 
Norway Norwegian Consulate in Natal, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Honorary Consulate in Natal
Rua Nilo Bezerra Ramalho, 1706 Tirol,
CEP 59015-300,
City: Natal
Phone: +55-84-3211-6800
Fax: +55-84-3221-4544
Website: http://www.noruega.org.br/Embassy/Contatos/consulados1/
Details: Consul: Gutemberg Natal Tinoco
 
Norway Norwegian Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Honorary Consulate in Porto Alegre
BR 290, KM 108 a 112,
s / n - Distrito Industrial, CEP 92990-000
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: +55-51-3481-3399
Fax: +55-51-3481-4050
Website: http://www.noruega.org.br/Embassy/Contatos/consulados1/
Details: Consul: Frank Woodhead
 
Norway Norwegian Consulate in Rio Grande, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Honorary Consulate in Rio Grande
Largo Silveira Martins,
23/ Sala B4, ED Camara do Comercio, CEP 96200-590
City: Rio Grande
Phone: +55-53-3232-0232
Fax: +55-53-3233-7600
Website: http://www.noruega.org.br/Embassy/Contatos/consulados1/
Details: Consul: Antony Rover Baptista
 
Norway Norwegian Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Honorary Consulate in Salvador
Av. Estados Unidos,
18b/ 9 andar - Ed. Estados Unidos - Comercio, CEP 40010-020
City: Salvador
Phone: +55-71-3243-8825
Fax: +55-71-3243-3125
Website: http://www.noruega.org.br/Embassy/Contatos/consulados1/
Details: Consul: Ronald Schenkels
 
Norway Norwegian Consulate in Santos, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Honorary Consulate in Santos
Pca. Barao do Rio Branco,14,
4 andar, CEP 11010-040,
City: Santos
Phone: +55-13-3219-7373
Fax: +55-13-3219-7944
Website: http://www.noruega.org.br/Embassy/Contatos/consulados1/
Details: Consul: Glen Gordon Findlay; Atendimento ao publico: Sr. Jose Roberto Fernandes
 
Norway Norwegian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Honorary Consulate in Sao Paulo
Rua General Almerio de Moura 780,
Bairro Morumbi CEP 05690-080
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55-11-3759-2379
Fax: +55-11-3758-5986
Website: http://www.noruega.org.br/Embassy/Contatos/consulados1/
Details: Consul: Jens Olesen
 
Norway Norwegian Consulate in Bridgetown, Brazil
Royal Norwegian Consulate General in Bridgetown
c/oSea Freight Agencies (B'DOS) Ltd,
James Fort Building, Hicks Street,
City: Bridgetown
Phone: +1-246-429-9688
Fax: +1-246-429-5107
Website: http://www.norway-caribbean.org/Embassy/consulates/
Office Hours: 08.00 - 16.30
Details: Consul General Robert John Foster
 
Pakistan Pakistani Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Pakistan in Brasilia. Brazil
SHIS QL-12, Conjunto-02,
Casa-19, Lago Sul,
Brasilia- DF. CEP: 71630-225
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61) 3364-1632, 3364-1634
Fax: (+55-61) 3248-0246
Email: parepbrasilia@yahoo.com or parepbra@brnet.com.br
 
Pakistan Pakistani Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Pakistan in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Abdouni Tecidos Ltda,
Rua Perrella, 369- Sao Caetano do Sul,
State of Sao Paulo- SP CEP:09520-660
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (+55-11) -4221-1388
Fax: (+55-11) -4221-1457
Website: http://www.mofa.gov.pk/Green_Book/Brazil_GB.htm
Email: abdouni@yahoo.com
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
 
Pakistan Pakistani Consulate in Lagu Sul, Brazil
Embassy of Pakistan in Lagu Sul, Brazil
SHIS QL-12, Conjunto-02
Casa-19,
Lago Sul
Brazil
-
City: Lagu Sul
Phone: (+55-61) 3364-1632, 3364-1634
Fax: (+55-61) 3248-0246
Website: http://www.pakistan.org.br
Email: parepbrasilia@yahoo.com
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
 
Pakistan Pakistani Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Embassy of Pakistna in Rio de Janeiro
Rua da Candelaria 9
11 e 12 Andares, Centro,
Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
-
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (+55-21)25141275
Fax: (+55-21)25141246
Website: http://-
Email: camaras@acrj.org.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
 
Palestine Palestinian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Special Delegation of Palestine in Brazil
PO Box 10555 71620 980,
Lago Sull
City: Brasilia
Phone: 322-7352478 / 7351639
Fax: 322-7352478
Email: embpalestina@uol.com.br / palestina@uol.com.br
 
Panama Panamanian Embassy in Brasilia D.F., Brazil
Embassy of Panama in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS QI 07, Conj. 09, casa 08
CEP 71615-290 - Braslia / DF
City: Brasilia D.F.
Phone: (+55) (61) 3248-7309
(+55) (61) 3248-7423
Fax: (+55) (61) 3248-2834
Email: empanamabr@embaixada.brte.com.br
Office Hours: 09:30-14:30
 
Panama Panamanian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Panama in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rua Figueiredo de Magalhães 122 # 1002
122 # 1002 Copacabana
Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
Cep 22031-010
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: 0055-021-2255-9085
Fax: 0055-021-2255-2012
Website: http://www.panaconsul.com.br/
Email: panaconsul@panaconsul.com.br
 
Paraguay Paraguayan Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of Paraguay in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Bandeira Paulista no.600,
Conj. 153 Piso 15
CEP 04532-001
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +5511 3167-7793
Fax: +55 11 3167-0412
Website: http://www.paraguaysp.com.br/
Email: consulpy@paraguaysp.com.br
 
Paraguay Paraguayan Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Paraguayan Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Lote 42 - Sector Embajada
Brasilia
Brazil
-
-
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55) 61 3242-3968, (+55) 61 3242-3732
Fax: (+55) 61 3242-4605
Website: http://-
Email: embapar@yawl.com.br
Office Hours: 08.30-17.00
 
Peru Peruvian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Peru in Brazil
Lote 43 Sector de Embajadas
Sur con Alvara de ConstrucciCn NT 252/74
70428-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61) 2429933, 2429835
Fax: (+55-61) 2449344, 2443941
Website: http://www.embperu.org.br
Email: embperu@embperu.org.br
Office Hours: 09:00 - 13:00 and 15:00 - 17:00
 
Peru Peruvian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate for the Republic of Peru in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Av. Rui Barbosa 314 - 2T. Andar Flamengo
22250-020 Rio de Janeiro
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (+55-21) 25514496, 25516296
Fax: (+55-21) 25519796
Email: conperio@terra.com.br
Office Hours: 09:00 - 15:00
 
Peru Peruvian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate for the Republic of Peru in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Calle Venezuela No. 36
01439-000, Jarsim America
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (+55-11) 30635952, 30635968
Fax: (+55-11) 30635989
Website: http://www.embperu.org.br
Email: consulperu.sp@uol.com.br
Office Hours: 09:00 - 13:00 and 14:00 - 17:00
 
Peru Peruvian Consulate in Cuiaba, Brazil
Consulate of the Republic of Peru in Cuiaba, Brazil
Av. Rubens de Mendonca 990 Edificio Empire Center Sala 704
CEP 78000-800
City: Cuiaba
Phone: (+55-65) 6240505
Fax: (+55-65) 6240505
Email: consulmendes@terra.com.br
Office Hours: 13.00-17.30
 
Peru Peruvian Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Consulate of the Republic of Peru in Salvador, Brazil
Av. Presidente Vargas Nº3722, Rio Vermelho
CEP. 40210 - 000 Salvador
City: Salvador
Phone: (+55-71) 3366202
Fax: (+55-71) 2377756
Email: emaluf@outletcenter.com.br
Office Hours: Mon-Thu: 09.00-12.00 and 14.00-17.00 Fri: 09.00-12.00 and 16.00
 
Peru Peruvian Consulate in Recipe, Brazil
Consulate of Peru in Recipe, Brazil
Rue Real de Torre Torre CEP 50110-100
Recife
Pernambuco
Brazil
-
City: Recipe
Phone: (+55) (81) 3326 7837
Fax: (+55) (81) 3229 5516
Website: http://-
Email: consperurecife@ig.com.br
Office Hours: 09.00-15.00
 
Philippines Filipino Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of the Philippines in Brasilia, Brazil
Sen. - Avenida das Nacoes, Lote 01 Brasilia
D.F. CEP 70431-900, Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (005561) 3224-8694 / 3223-5143
Fax: 005561) 3226-7411
Email: brasiliaemb@yahoo.com / brasiliape@brturbo.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
Details: H.E. (Ms.) EVA G. BETITA Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Consulate General of Philippines in Curitiba, Brazil
Centro Commercial Italia (CCI)
Marechal Deodoro 630
80010-912 Curitiba, Parana
City: Curitiba
Phone: (+55) (41) 222-4888 or (+55) (41) 234-4921
Fax: (+55) (41) 225-7063
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Consulate General of Philippines in Manaus, Brazil
Rua Jonathas Pedrosa 1219 - Centro
69020110 Manaus Amazonas
City: Manaus
Phone: (+55) (92) 232 1866
Fax: (+55) (92) 2332778
 
Philippines Filipino Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of Philippines in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Praca Republica 32, 10 Andar, Centro
City: Sao Paulo
 
Poland Polish Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Poland in Brazil
SES - Avenida das Na?oes, Qd. 809 Lote 33
PO Box 07/0263
70423900
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61) 4433438, 24292738
Fax: (+55-61) 2428543
Website: http://www.brasilia.polemb.net
Email: embpolon@terra.com.br / brasilia.amb.sekretariat@msz.gov.pl
 
Poland Polish Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Poland in Brazil
Praia de Botafogo 242, 9 andar
22250-040
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (+55-21) 25518088, 25518047
Fax: (+55-21) 25525093
Email: konsulatrj@terra.com.br
 
Poland Polish Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Consulate General of the Polish Republic in Curitiba
Av.Agostinho Leao Junior,234
CEP 80030-110 -PR
-
-
-
City: Curitiba
Phone: +55 11 36723778, +55 11 36725778 24
Fax: +55 11 36728224, +55 11 38711921
Website: http://www.consuladopoloniasp.org.br
Email: kurytyba.kg.sekretariat@msz.gov.pl
 
Poland Polish Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Poland in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Rua Pernambuco 353
CEP: 30130-150
-
-
-
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: (00-55-31) 3309/6874
Fax: (00-55-31) 3309/6874
Website: http://-
Email: sergio.pitchon@etutor.com.br
 
Poland Polish Consulate in Erechim, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Poland in Erechim
Rua Euclides da Cunha 114
99700-000 Erechim-RS
-
-
-
City: Erechim
Phone: (00-55-54) 33-21-46-49
Fax: (00-55-54) 35-22-67-40
Website: http://-
Email: vandagroch@via-rs.net
 
Poland Polish Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Poland in Salvador
Av. Tancredo Neves 1632,
Salvador
Brazil
-
-
City: Salvador
Phone: (00-55-27) 322-76-769
Fax: (00-55-27) 3345-3802
Website: http://-
Email: acmenezes@mmcz.adv.br
 
Poland Polish Consulate in Vitoria, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Poland in Vitoria
Rua Lauro Soares Machado Casa 12
CEP: 29025-110
Mata do Praia
Vitória E.S.
Brazil
City: Vitoria
Phone: (00-55-27) 322-76-769
Fax: (00-55-27) 3345-3802
Website: http://-
Email: adam.consul@bol.com.br
 
Portugal Portuguese Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Portugal in Brasilia, Brazil
Setor Embaixadas Sul
Quadra 801 - Lote 2 CEP 70 402 900
City: Brasilia
Phone: 005561 3032-9600
Fax: 005561 3032-9642
Website: http://www.embaixadadeportugal.org.br
Email: embaixadadeportugal@embaixadadeportugal.org.br
 
Romania Romanian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Romania in Brasilia, Brazil
SEN Avenida das Naoes, Lote 6
CEP 70456-900
Brasilia, DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: (00) (55) (61) 2260746 or (00) (55) (61) 2262481
Fax: (00) (55) (61) 2266629
Website: http://www.romenia.org.br/
Email: romenia@solar.com.br / romenia@tba.com.br
 
Romania Romanian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate General of Romania in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Rua Cosme Velho nr. 526
Laranjeiras, Cep.22241-090
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
-
-
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: 0055-21-556.47.99; 0055-21-556.69.06; 0055-21-556.70.13
Fax: 0055-21-556.74.03
Website: http://www.cons-gen-romania-rio.com
Email: administrator@cons-gen-romania-rio.co
 
Russia Russian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of the Russian Federation in Brasilia, Brazil
Avenida das Nacoes, SES, lote A, Quadra 801,
Brasilia - DF, Brasil CEP 70476-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: (55 61) 223 3094, 223 40 94
Fax: (55 61) 226 73 19
Website: http://www.brazil.mid.ru
Email: emb@embrus.brte.com.br
Office Hours: de 8:30 a 13:00; de 15:00 a 17:30
 
Russia Russian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Russia in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Rua Professor Azevedo Marques, 50 - Leblon, CEP.:22450
50 - Leblon, CEP.:22450
-
-
-
City: Rio De Janeiro
Phone: (+55) (21) 2274-00-97
Fax: (+55) (21) 2294-49-45
Website: http://consrio.narod.ru
Email: consulado.russia@radnet.com.br
 
San Marino Sammarinese Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of San Marino in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Irineu Marinho 405
04739-040
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (+55-11)31689725 / (+55-11) 2461187
Fax: (+55-11)31689725 / (+55-11) 2471183
Email: consolatosanmarino@bol.com.br / guido@cebinet.com.br
 
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Brasilia, Brazil
EMBASSY OF THE KINDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA SHIS
QI 09 - CONJUNTO 9 - CASA 18 -
LAGO SUL BRASILIA DF -
BRAZIL CEP: 70625-090
City: Brasilia
Phone: 55-61-32483525
Fax: 55-61-32482905
Website: http://www.mofa.gov.sa/sites/mofaen/SaudiMissionsAbroad/SaudiEmbassiesAbroad/Americas/Pages/EmbassyID40928.aspx
Email: bremb@mofa.gov.sa
Office Hours: From 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Weekdays)
 
Senegal Senegalese Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Senegal Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
SEN Avenidas Das Nacoes Lote 18
70800-400
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61) 2236110 /+55-61-3215866
Fax: +55-61-2234135/+55-61-2247569/+55-61-3227822/+55-6
Email: senebrasilia@bol.com.br
 
Senegal Senegalese Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Senegal Consulate , Brazil
Av. Erico Verissimo, 690, Barra da Tijuca
22621-180
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55-21-4942318
Fax: (5561) 322 78 22 & 323 8063
Email: senebrasilia@bol.com.br
 
Serbia Serbian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Serbia in Brazil
Ses Avenida das Nacoes, Q 803, lote 15
70409-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55-61-2237272 /+55-61-2236222/+55-61-2237412
Fax: +55-61-2238462
Email: embiugos@terra.com.br, embiugos@nutecnet.com.br
Office Hours: 09.00-13.00
 
Seychelles Seychelles Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Seychelles Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Boa Vista 254 Conj. 419
01014000
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55-11-3107-3757
Fax: +55-11-3105-5085
Website: http://www.mfa.gov.sc/static.php?content_id=29
Email: luizpicollo@yahoo.com.br
Details: Honorary Consul Mr. Luiz F. PICOLLO
 
Slovakia Slovak Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Slovakia in Brasilia, Brazil
SES, Av. das Nacoes, Lote 21, Qd. 805
PO Box 480
70414-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61) 4431263 /+55-61-4431265
Fax: (+55-61) 4431267
Website: http://www.mzv.sk/brazilia
Email: emb.brasilia@mzv.sk
 
Slovenia Slovenian Consulate in Lourdes Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Slovenia Consulate , Brazil
Rua Santa Catarina 883, Loja 01
PO Box 1543-30161-970
30170-080
City: Lourdes Belo Horizonte
Phone: +55-31-33358575
Fax: +55-31-33358575
Email: vba@mzz-dkp.gov.si
 
Slovenia Slovenian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Slovenia Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Prof. Miguel Mauricio da Rocha
507 Brooklin
04 622-031
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55-11-50939029
Fax: +55-11-55424371
 
South Africa South African Consulate in Brasilia, Brazil
South Africa Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Av. das Nacoes, Qd. 801, lote 6
70406-900 Brasilia, Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55-61-3129500
Fax: +55-61-3228491
Website: http://www.africadosul.org.br
Email: saemb@solar.com.br
 
South Africa South African Embassy in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate of South Africa in Sao Paulo, Brazil
1754 Avenida Paulista, 12th Floor
01310-920
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55-11-32650449
Fax: +55-11-32844862
Website: http://www.africadosul.org.br
Email: saconsp@terra.com.br
 
South Africa South African Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
South Africa Honorary Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Rua Bororo 496
91900-540
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: +55-51-2492497
Fax: +55-51-2492497
 
South Africa South African Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
South Africa Honorary Consulate , Brazil
Rua David Campista, 50
22261-010
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55-51-2492497
Fax: +55-51-2492497
Email: ptbamb@iis.com.br
 
South Korea Korean Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Brasilia, Brazil
SEN-Av. das Nacoes Lote 14 te 14
70436-900
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55-61-321-2500
Fax: +55-61-32-2508
Website: http://bra-brasilia.mofat.go.kr/eng/am/bra-brasilia/main/index.jsp
Email: emb-br@mofat.go.kr
 
South Korea Korean Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate of South Korea in Brazil
Av. Paulista 37, 9 and. cj.91, Cerqueira Cesar
01311-000
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55-11-3141-1278
Fax: +55-11-3141-1279
Website: http://bra-saopaulo.mofat.go.kr/eng/am/bra-saopaulo/main/index.jsp
Email: cscoreia@mofat.go.kr
 
Spain Spanish Embassy in Brasillia, Brazil
Embassy of Spain in Brasillia, Brazil
SES Av. das Nacoes, Q. 811, Lt. 44.-70429-900
Brasilia, D.F.
City: Brasillia
Phone: 9961 0583/+55-61-2442121/+55-61-2442023/+55-61-2442776/+55-61-2442145
Fax: 242 17 81 & 244 23 81
Email: embespbr@correo.mae.es
 
Spain Spanish Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Spain in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Av. Lauro Muller, 116, sl. 1601
22-290-160 Botafogo
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55-21-25433200
Fax: +55-21-25433096
Website: http://www.mae.es/consulados/rio/
Email: cog.riodejaneiro@maec.es
 
Spain Spanish Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate of Spain in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Bernardino of Fields, 98, 1
04004-040
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55-11-30591800
Fax: +55-11-38898412
Email: consuladoespanhasp@terra.com.br
 
Spain Spanish Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Consulate of Spain in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Rua Eng. Ildefonso Simões Lopes, 85
91330-180
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: +55-51-33381300/+55-51-33381667/+55-51-33384657
Fax: +55-51-33381444
 
Spain Spanish Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Consulate of Spain in Salvador, Brazil
Rua Marechal Floriano, 21 (Cinnamon)
40110010
City: Salvador
Phone: +55-71-3369055/+55-71-3361937/+55-71-3373112/+55-71-99683567
Fax: +55-71-3360266
Email: consesp.sbahia@correo.mae.es
 
Sudan Sudanese Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Sudan in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS QI 11 Conjunto 05 Casa - 13
CEP71635-050
Brasilia - DF Brasil
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55 61 3248-4834/4835
Fax: +55 61 3248-4833
Email: sdbrasilia@sudanbrasilia.org
Office Hours: 09.00-16.00
 
Sweden Swedish Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Sweden in Brasilia, Brazil
Avenida das Nacoes, Qd.807, lote 29
70419-900 Brasilia - DF
Postal address: Caixa Postal 10548
71620-980 Brasilia DF
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55 (61) 3442 52 00/+55- 61-8127 42 69
Fax: +55 (61) 3443 11 87
Website: http://www.swedenabroad.com/brasilia
Email: ambassaden.brasilia@foreign.ministry.se
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., 2 to 5 p.m. Visa (applications and processing): Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Phone hours 8 a.m. to 1 p.m
 
Sweden Swedish Consulate in Fortaleza, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Sweden, Fortaleza
Rua Leonardo Mota 501, Meireles
60170-040 Fortaleza - CE
Brazil
City: Fortaleza
Phone: +55 (85) 3242 08 88
Fax: +55 (85) 3242 92 22
Email: consulado@emitrade.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 12 noon, 2 to 6 p.m.
 
Sweden Swedish Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Sweden in Manaus, Brazil
c/o Sociedade FOGAS LTDA
Rua Quixito no 86, Vila Buriti
Manaus, Brazil
City: Manaus
Phone: +55 (92) 2123-9200
Fax: +55 (92) 3615 30 04
Email: jonathan@fogas.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
 
Sweden Swedish Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Sweden, Recife
Rua Libia de Castro Assis 59
Boa Viagem
Recife, Brazil
City: Recife
Phone: +55 (81) 34 62 42 54
Fax: +55 (81) 33 41 89 24
Email: sjlobo@terra.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 3 to 6 p.m.
 
Sweden Swedish Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Sweden, Rio de Janeiro
Rua do Ouvidor, 108-2 and.
Rio de Janeiro - RJ 20.040-030
Brazil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55 (21) 3852 3143
Fax: +55 (21) 3852 3143
Email: consulado@sweden.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m to 2 p.m.
 
Sweden Swedish Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Sweden, Salvador
Av. Tancredo Neves 1632
Ed. Salvador Trade Center
Torre Sul, Conj 2201
Caminho das Arvores
41820-020 Salvador
City: Salvador
Phone: +55 71 3271 5017
Fax: +55 (71) 3271 5356
Email: brusell@tera.com.br,swebahia@terra.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
 
Sweden Swedish Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Honorary Consulate of Sweden, Sao Paulo
Rua Arandu 205, Conj. 1009
Brooklin Novo
04562-030 Sao Paulo
Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: +55 (11) 5506 9994/4638
Fax: +55 (11) 5507 4371
Email: swenor@uol.com.br
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
 
Switzerland Swiss Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Switzerland in Brazil
SES, Avenida das Nacoes
Lote 41
70448-900 Brasilia / DF
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (061) 443 5500 / 3922 / 3934 / 3969
Fax: (061) 443 5711
Website: http://www.eda.admin.ch/brasilia
Email: bra.vertretung@eda.admin.ch
Office Hours: 9:00-12:00
 
Switzerland Swiss Consulate in Recife, Brazil
Consulate of Switzerland in Brazil
Av. Presidente Kennedy 694 A
Recife, Olinda
City: Recife
Phone: (+55-81) 34394545
Email: icosa@matrix.com.br
 
Switzerland Swiss Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate of Switzerland in Brazil
Av. Paulista 1754, 4 andar, Edificio Grande Avenida
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (+55-11) 33728200
Fax: (+55-11) 32535716
Email: vertretung@sao.rep.admin.ch
 
Switzerland Swiss Consulate in Fortaleza, Brazil
Consulate of Switzerland in Brazil
R. Dona Leopoldina 697, Centro
City: Fortaleza
Phone: (+55-85) 32269444
Fax: (+55-85) 32531323
Email: marcocorecco@yahoo.com.br
 
Switzerland Swiss Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Consulate of Switzerland in Brazil
Rua Paraiba 476, Sala 1002, Funcionarios
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: (+55-31) 32617732
Fax: (+55-31) 32621163
Email: dietermax@hotmail.com
 
Switzerland Swiss Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Consulate of Switzerland in Brazil
Rua Ladislau Gembaroski, 115, Tomaz Coelho
City: Curitiba
Phone: (+55-41) 6431395
Fax: (+55-41) 6432357
Email: swissctba@moltecmolas.com.br
 
Switzerland Swiss Consulate in Joinville, Brazil
Consulate of Switzerland in Brazil
Rua Albert Einstein, 119, Bairro America
City: Joinville
Phone: (+55-47) 4331957
Fax: (+55-47) 4331957
Email: swissjoi@zaz.com.br
 
Switzerland Swiss Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Consulate of Switzerland in Brazil
Rua Monsenhor Coutinho 688, Centro
City: Manaus
Phone: (+55-92) 2334422
Fax: (+55-92) 2334412
Email: diretor@swiss-school.com.br
 
Switzerland Swiss Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Switzerland in Brazil
Rua Candido Mendes 157, 11 andar
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (+55-21) 22211867
Fax: (+55-21) 22523991
Email: vertretung@rio.rep.admin.ch
 
Syria Syrian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of the Syrian Arab Republic
Avenida das Naes Lote 11
70434-900 Brasilia, D.F.
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55) (61) 3226-1260/(+55) (61) 3226-0970
Fax: (+55) (61) 3223-2595
Email: embsiria@uol.com.br
Office Hours: Office Hours        08.00-14.30
 
Syria Syrian Consulate in São Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of the Syrian Arab Republic
Avenida Paulista 326, 6°andar, Conj 61
01310-000 São Paulo
Brazil
City: São Paulo
Phone: (+55-11) 2880060
Fax: (+55-11) 2883941
 
Taiwan Taiwanese Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Representative Office of Taiwan in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS QI 09, Conjunto 16, casa 23, Lago Sul
CEP 71625-160,Brasilia-Distrito Federal
Brasil
City: Brasilia
Phone: 61-3364.0221/3364.0224
Fax: 61-3364.0234
Website: http://www.taipeinobrasil.hpg.ig.com.br
Email: eect@uol.com.br
 
Taiwan Taiwanese Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Trade Office of Taiwan in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Av. Paulista, 1294
21 andar - CJ. 21A
CEP 01311-840
Bela Vista, Sao Paulo
Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: 11-3285.6988
Fax: 11-3287.9057/3279.1639/3287.9385
Email: mofasp@zaz.com.br
 
Thailand Thai Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Royal Thai Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
SEN - Av. Das Nacoes - Lote 10
Brasilia-DF, - CEP: 70433-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: (55-61) 3224-6943
Fax: (55-61) 3223-7502
Website: http://www.thaiembassy.org/brasilia
Email: thaiemb@linkexpress.com.br
Office Hours: Working Hours :Monday-Friday 09.00-12.30 and 14.00-17.30
 
Tunisia Tunisian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Tunisia in Brazil
QI 9, conj.16, casa 20
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61)-2483725 / 2487277 / 2487366
Fax: +55-61-2487355
Email: at.brasilia@terra.com.br
 
Turkey Turkish Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Turkey in Brasilia, Brazil
Ses Av-Das Nacoes, Lote 23
Q.805 70.452-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: Tel: (55-61) 242 1850, 244 4840 4840.
Fax: (55-61) 242 1448
Email: emb.turquia@conectanet.com.br
 
Ukraine Ukrainian Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Ukraine in Brazil
SHIS, QL-06, Conjunto-02, Casa-17
City: Brasilia
Phone: +55-61-3651457 / +55-61-3653889
Fax: +55-61-3653889 / +55-61-3652127
Email: emb_br@mfa.gov.ua / brucremb@zaz.com.br
 
Ukraine Ukrainian Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Ukraine in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Avenida Portugal n 622, Urca
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55-21-25421704
Fax: +55-21-22751027
Email: gc_brr@mfa.gov.ua
 
Ukraine Ukrainian Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Consulate of Ukraine in Brazil
Rua Marechal Deodoro, 945
8oandar; cj.801/802 - Ed.Apolo, Centro
City: Curitiba
Phone: +55-41-3229525/+55-41-2227773
Fax: +55-41-2227773
Email: gc_brc@mfa.gov.ua, consulucr@onda.com.br
 
United Arab Emirates Emirati Embassy in Brassilia, Brazil
Embassy of United Arab Emirates in Brazil
Shis Qi 05, Chacara 18
PO Box 71600
70580-600
City: Brassilia
Phone: (+55-61)-2480717 / 2480591 / 2480945
Fax: +55-61-2487543
Email: u.a.e.emb@opengate.com.br,uae@uae.org.br
 
United Kingdom British Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
British Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Setor de Embaixadas Sul
Quadra 801, Conjunto K
CEP 70200-010
Brasilia DF, Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (55) (61) 3329 2300
Fax: (55) (61) 3329 2369
Website: http://ukinbrazil.fco.gov.uk/en/
Email: contact@uk.org.br
Office Hours: GMT: Mon-Thurs: 1130-1945 (lunch break: 1530-1630) Fri: 1130 - 1930 (lunch break: 1530-1630) Local Time: Mon-Thurs: 0830 - 1645 (lunch break: 1230-1330) Friday: 0830 - 1630 (lunch break: 1230-1330)
 
United States American Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
U.S. Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Av. das Nacoes Qd. 801 - Lt. 03
70403-900 - Brasilia, DF
Barazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (55-61) 3312-7000
Fax: (55-61) 3225-9136
Website: http://www.embaixada-americana.org.br/
Email: contact@embaixadaamericana.org.br
Office Hours: 8:30am - 10:30 am (Monday through Friday)
 
United States American Consulate in Belem, Brazil
Consular Agency of United States in Belem, Brazil
Edificio Sintese, 21
Avenida Conselheiro Furtado, 2865
66060-600 - Belem, PA
Brazil
City: Belem
Phone: (+55) (91) 3259-4566
Fax: (+55) (91) 3259-2626
Office Hours: 15.00-18.00
 
United States American Consulate in Fortaleza, Brazil
Consular Agency of United States in Fortaleza, Brazil
Torre Santos Dumont
Avenida Santos Dumont, 2828, Suite 708 - Aldeota
60150-161 - Fortaleza, CE
Brazil
City: Fortaleza
Phone: (+55) (85) 486-1306/7
Fax: (+55) (85) 486-1308
Email: fmcis46w@terra.com.br
 
United States American Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Consular Agency of United States in Manaus, Brazil
Edificio Atrium Sala 306
Rua Franco de Sa, 310
69079-210 Manaus, AM
Brazil
City: Manaus
Phone: (+55) 55-92-611-3333
Fax: (+55) 55-92-611-3333
 
United States American Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Consular Agency of United States in Porto Alegre, Brazil
a/c Instituto Cultural Brasileiro Norte Americano
Rua Riachuelo, 1257, Centro
90010-010 - Porto Alegre, RS
Brazil
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: (+55) (51) 225-2255 / 226-3344
Fax: (+55) (51) 226-3344
 
United States American Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate General of United States in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Avenida Presidente Wilson, 147
Rio de Janeiro. RJ 20030-020
Brazil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (+55) 21-3823-2000
Fax: (+55) 21-3823-2003
Office Hours: 08:00 - 16:45
 
United States American Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Consular Agency of United States in Salvador, Brazil
Av. Tancredo Neves, 1632
Sala 1401 - Salvador Trade Center - Torre Sul
Caminho das Árvores
41820-020 - Salvador, BA
Brazil
City: Salvador
Phone: (+55) (71) 3113-2090 / 1 / 2
Email: amcon@svn.com.br
Office Hours: 14.00-18.00
 
United States American Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of United States in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua Henri Dunant, 700
Chacara Santo Antonio
Sao Paulo/SP, 04709-110
Brazil
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: (+55) (11) 5186-7000
Fax: (+55) (11) 5186-7199 / 5186-7350
Website: http://www.consuladoamericanosp.org.br
Email: contact@embaixadaamericana.org.br
Office Hours: 08.00-17.00
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Uruguay in Brasilia, Brazil
Avda. Das Nacoes lote 14 Quadra 803 Sul
CEP: 70450-900
City: Brasilia
Phone: 55 61 3322-1200 / -4533
Fax: 55 61 3322-6534
Website: http://www.emburuguai.org.br/
Email: urubras@emburuguai.org.br
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Uruguay in Brazil
Avda. Das Naçoes, lote 14 Quadra 803 Sul
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55-61-3322) 45 28 / 45 33 / 12 00
Fax: +55-61-3322 65 34
Website: http://www.emburuguai.org.br
Email: urubras@emburuguai.org.br
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Curitiba, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
Visconde do Rio Branco,1630,3 andar, sala 307
City: Curitiba
Phone: +55-41-225 55 50
Fax: +55-41-225 55 50
Email: conurucur@terra.com.br
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Florianopolis, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
Av. Rio Branco 387 6to. andar
City: Florianopolis
Phone: +55-48-222 37 18
Fax: +55-48-216 89 89
Email: conurucur@cwb.palm.com.br
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Fortaleza, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
Rua Julio Abreu, 383 sala 01 Barrio Varjota
City: Fortaleza
Phone: +55-85-267 85511
Fax: +55-85-267 85511
Email: conuruceara@zipmail.com
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Jaguarão, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
15 de novembro No 554
City: Jaguarão
Phone: +55-532-61 14 11 / +55-532-61 27 72
Fax: +55-532-61 14 11
Email: conuruya@focuspro.com.br
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
Av. Cristovao Colombo 2999
City: Porto Alegre
Phone: +55-51-3325 61 97 / +55-51-3325 61 94
Fax: +55-51-3325 61 92
Email: conurugran@terra.com.br
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
Praia de Botafogo 242 Piso 6
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: +55-21-2553 60 30 / +55-21-2553 38 68
Fax: +55-21-2553 60 36
Email: conuruguana@consulado-uruguay-rio.org.br
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Rio Grande, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
General Bacelar No. 436 Sala 109
City: Rio Grande
Phone: +55-53-233 10 71
Email: conururiogrande@bol.com.br
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Santa Maria, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
Venancio Aires 1761
City: Santa Maria
Phone: +55-55-2211180
Fax: +55-55-2211180
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Santos, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
R. Alexandre Fleming 437 apt. 31
City: Santos
Phone: +55-13-2381886
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Chuy, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
Venezuela N 311
City: Chuy
Phone: (+55-532) 651151
Fax: (+55-532) 651151
Email: conschui@adinet.com.uy
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in San Pablo, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
Rua Estados Unidos 1284 Jardins
City: San Pablo
Phone: (+55-11) 30856492, 8428, 9168
Fax: (+55-11) 30887874
Email: conurupa@osite.com.br
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Salvador, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
Praea Jose de Anchieta 18, Pelourihno
City: Salvador
Phone: (+55-71) 3227093
Fax: (+55-71) 3227096
Email: conurubahia@terra.com.br
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Yaguarin, Brazil
Consuate of Uruguay in Brazil
15 de novembro N 554
City: Yaguarin
Phone: (+55-532) 611411, 612772
Fax: (+55-532) 611411
Email: conuruya@focuspro.com.br
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
Avda. do Contorno N 6777, Sala 1301/2
City: Belo Horizonte
Phone: (+55-31) 32967527, 32968293
Fax: (+55-31) 32967291
Email: conurubelo@terra.com.br
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Santa Ana Do Livramento, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Brazil
Av. Tamandar 2080, 4? Piso
City: Santa Ana Do Livramento
Phone: (+55-55) 2421416
Fax: (+55-55) 2421416
Email: consuliv@adinet.com.uy
 
Uruguay Uruguayan Consulate in Antofagasta, Brazil
Consulate of Uruguay in Chile
Copiap 1071 5? piso oficina 10
City: Antofagasta
Phone: (+56-55) 250138
Fax: (+56-55) 250138
Email: consuluruguay2@hotmail.com
 
Venezuela Venezuelan Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Consulate General of Venezuela in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rua General Fonseca Teles,
No. 564 - Jardim Paulista
Sao Paulo, Brasil, CEP 01433-020
City: Sao Paulo
Phone: 11-3052-1397
Fax: 11-3887-2535
Email: convensp@telnet.com.br
 
Venezuela Venezuelan Consulate in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Consulate General of Venezuela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Av. Praia de Botafogo, 242 Quinto Piso
Botafogo CEP 22250-040
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
City: Rio de Janeiro
Phone: (+55) 21-2554-5955 / (+55) 21-2554-6134
Fax: (+55) 21-2553-8118
Email: consuvenrj@novanet.com.br
Office Hours: 9:00-13:00
 
Venezuela Venezuelan Consulate in Manaus, Brazil
Consulate General of Venezuela in Manaus, Brazil
Rua Rio Jurai, 839
Conjunto Vieiralves,
Bairro Nossa Senhora das Gracas
Apartado Postal: 3241
CEP 69.053-020 Manaus, AM, Brazil
City: Manaus
Phone: (+55) (92) 3233 6006 / (+55) (92) 3233 3680
Fax: (+55) (92) 3233 6414 / 5
Email: convemao@horizon.com.br
 
Venezuela Venezuelan Consulate in Boa Vista, Brazil
Consulate General of Venezuela in Boa Vista, Brazil
Av. Benjamin Constant
968-E - Centro - CEP 69301-021
Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil
City: Boa Vista
Phone: (55 95) 623-9285
Fax: (55 95) 623-6610 / 623-6612
Email: venezubv@technet.com.br
 
Venezuela Venezuelan Consulate in Belem, Brazil
Consulate General of Venezuela in Belem, Brazil
Rua Presidente Pernambuco
270 - Bairro Batista Campos
Belem - Para, Brasil, Cep 66015-200
City: Belem
Phone: 91-3241-8002
Email: convenbelem@canal13.com.br
 
Venezuela Venezuelan Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Venezuela in Brasilia, Brazil
SES Av. das Nacoes
Quadra 803, Lote 13
CEP 70451-900 Brasilia
Brazil
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55) (61) 2101 1011
Fax: (+55) (61) 3321 0871
Website: http://www.embvenezuela.org.br
Email: emb@embvenezuela.org.br
 
Vietnam Vietnamese Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Vietnam in Brazil
SHIS QI 09 Conj. 10 Casa 1, Lago Sul
CEP: 71.615-070 Brasilia/DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: 55 61 33645876
Fax: 55 61 33645836
Website: http://www.vietnamembassy-brazil.org/
Email: embavina@yahoo.com, embavina.br@mofa.gov.vn
 
Zimbabwe Zimbabwean Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
Embassy of Zimbabwe in Brasilia, Brazil
SHIS Q1 03 Conjunto 10 Casa 13
Lago Sul, 71.605-300
Brasilia- DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: (+55) (61) 3365-4801 / 2
Fax: (+55-61) 3654803
Email: zimbrasilia@uol.com.br
Office Hours: Office Hours: 09.00-16.30

Phone Lines

The majority of the Brazilian phone market is split between four main operators, these include GVT, America Movil, Oi and Telefonica. These operators use both Domestic and International systems including a microwave radio relay system and a domestic satellite system with 64 earth stations as well as a variety of submarine cables to connect to the rest of the world. There are over 1.1 Million public terminals overall with over 46.6 million terminals overall.

Mobile phone networks are also dominated by four main companies, Oi, TIM Brasil, Claro and Vivo Participacoes, the latter being partially owned by the Telefonica company. These are around 162 devices used with these services with around 82% of them being prepaid.
Brazil’s country code is 55.

Internet

Brazil has the fourth largest amount of internet hosts in the world with over 23.5 Million in total and over 25% of the population online, it’s expected that by 2016 over 57% of the country will have internet access. Today, packages come in variants of:

  • 500kb
  • 4mb
  • 8mb
  • 12mb
The top domain used by Brazil is .br.

Communications

Not treated as telecommunication by the Brazilian constitution to avoid creating problems with control of the participation of international businesses, the country has the 2nd biggest media conglomerate in the world, Rede Globo. 

Weather & Climate

Due to the variety of high mountainous regions to low flatlands and even seaside locations, the climate of Brazil is incredibly varied in turn and has all of the subtropical, equatorial, temperate, tropical, highland tropical and semiarid environment types as a result. However, throughout most of Brazil it is always prone to rain and this differs only a little from region to region.

The Southeastern region of the country typically sees temperatures on average at around 29 degrees Centigrade (84.2 degrees Fahrenheit) between the months of January and March, but this can go as high as 34 degrees Centigrade (93.2 degrees Fahrenheit) in Santos and as low as 24 degrees Centigrade (75.2 degrees Fahrenheit) in Campos do Jordao. Aversely, the region can drop as low as 11 degrees Centigrade (51.8 degrees Fahrenheit) between the months of June and August but this can be lower still in Campos de Jordao at 4 degrees Centigrade (39.2 degrees Fahrenheit) or as high as 18 degrees Centigrade (64.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in Rio de Janeiro.

Rainfall in this region tends to be highest between the months of December and February and typically averages around 200-320mm of precipitation. Contrarily, the lowest amount of rainfall is in the months of June to September at around 10-110mm. Belo Horizonte tends to have both the highest and lowest precipitations during these months, respectively.

The Southwestern region of Brazil tends to be more consistent over the region but fluctuates more over the course of the year. This is visible in the yearly high average during December to February of 26.5 degrees Centigrade (79.7 degrees Fahrenheit) but can be higher in Porto Alegre at 30 degrees Centigrade (86 degrees Fahrenheit) and lower in Sao Joaquim at 23 degrees Centigrade (73.4 degrees Fahrenheit). Meanwhile the yearly low is during June and August at around 9 degrees Centigrade (48.2 degrees Fahrenheit) with Sao Joaquim even lower at 6 degrees Centigrade (42.8 degrees Fahrenheit) and Florianopolis higher at 12 degrees Centigrade (53.6 degrees Fahrenheit).

In this region, precipitation is fairly consistent with the highest amount falling in the months of January to March at around 100-200mm and the lowest falling in the months of June to August at between 70-180mm. Out of these the area with the highest rainfall is Caxias do Sul and the lowest is Florianopolis
The Northeastern region tends to be less consistent throughout the region, but more consistent over the course of the year, what’s interesting is that both the high and low points of the year can be around the same time for the cities. Teresina, for example, can have both its highest temperatures and its lowest temperatures between the months of August and October with temperatures of 36 degrees Centigrade (96.8 degrees Fahrenheit) and 21 degrees Centigrade (69.8 degrees Fahrenheit) respectively. Teresina actually has the highest and lowest temperatures of the entire region and can have them during the same months; most other cities follow this pattern but to a lesser effect and usually the months are different.

Rainfall-wise, this region has an incredibly dynamic series of months and the amount of rainfall dramatically changes from city to city with the highest months in Fortaleza and Recife in April to June at around 350-400mm whilst the driest months in Teresina and Salvador are in August to September and can range between 20-110mm.

The Northwestern region, is the most consistent all-around region with its hottest temperatures between the months of September and November at around 32.5 degrees Centigrade (90.5 degrees Fahrenheit) with a couple of degrees higher in Boa Vista at 34 degrees Centigrade (93.2 degrees Fahrenheit) and a couple of degrees lower in Porto Velho at 31 degrees Centigrade (87.8 degrees Fahrenheit). Meanwhile the lowest temperatures in the region tend to fall around the months of June to August at around 20.5 degrees Centigrade (68.9 degrees Fahrenheit) but this can be as low as 18 degrees Centigrade (64.4 degrees Fahrenheit) in Porto Velho and higher in both Manaus and Macapa at 23 degrees Centigrade (73.4 degrees Centigrade).

The Northwestern region also has one of the highest amounts of rainfall at around 280-440mm between the months of February and April but also one of the lowest amounts in August to October at only around 20-110mm. Again, however, this region’s weather fluctuates rapidly, despite the high consistency of temperatures.


Holidays

The Miramar Hotel by Windsor in Rio de Janeiro is one of the most luxurious hotels in the country, containing over two-hundred rooms and featuring the exclusive Sa Restaurant in the hotel’s lobby, the hotel serves a variety of Brazilian cuisine and offers several health and fitness services including a swimming pool, steam rooms and a gym.

Just a short walk from the stunning Copacabana beach, the Windsor Atlantica in Rio de Janeiro has been styled for a true sense of luxury and chic high class living. The hotel features a distinctive furnishing arrangement in each of its 545 rooms with Persian rugs, Italian pure marble and crystal sculptures and a range of other décor from all across Europe.

Meanwhile in Sao Paulo, surf’s up! With the Grand Hyatt Sao Paulo you can get yourself a cosy little room in style right next to the beach and keep a strong sense of luxury while you enjoy the sunny weather and warm afternoons by the seaside.

Salvador sees some of the most high-class treatment around with the guests of the famed Hotel Aramyami being catered to by a professional team each visit, providing a fully personalized service to meet the needs of their clients. The hotel itself features a contemporary flair over old influences for a unique blend of architecture and stylizations.

The Pousada dos Artistas is located in beautiful seaside Florianopolis and welcomes its guests in with a warm, inviting atmosphere but also it strives to retain a dedication to a different great painter for each apartment. These include Klimt, O’Keefe, Kandiski, Cezanne, Gaudin, Gauguin, Renoir, Derain, Dufy, Matisse, Van Gogh, Gockel, Picasso, Barker, Klee and Monet.

Located right next to the crystal clear Iguassu Falls, the Hotel das Cataratas has been designed with Victorian influences and incorporated a range of beautiful suites, spa treatments, restaurants, bars, a gym, tennis courts and several swimming pools all within this isolated boutique hotel arrangement.

The Santorini Pousada in Rio de Janeiro features two types of suites, each with a queen-sized bed, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, Satellite TV and a Minibar as well as on-suite bathrooms. Best of all, each room has been designed to overlook the sea for beautiful views of the oceanic vistas each time you awaken.

Featuring over 204 apartments with a minibar, a free Wifi broadband connection, an LCD TV and an electronic safe, the Quality Hotel in Manaus has been developed for practical usage for the tech-savvy traveller and will be sure to not let you down!

The Four Points Hotel in Curitiba has been designed with 154 apartments but also includes 11 suites for those looking to live a little bit more luxuriously. Within the hotel there’s also a Business centre, a Convention centre, a Coffee shop, a Fitness Centre, a Massage room, a Steam room, a Sauna and Spa and, best of all, each room comes with a complete luxury package in the form of a broadband internet connection, a minibar, a cable flat-screen LCD TV and an on-suite bathroom.

Each room for the Ritta Hoppner Hotel in Bairro Planalto has been designed with a distinctive floral arrangement and the hotel venue features many beautifully tended-to courtyards with a distinctive countryside atmosphere for a true escape away from the urban metropolis and into a beautiful countryside village sensation. 

Children are subject to the same visa requirements that adults are subject to. Additionally, both parents must sign the visa application form, the child’s original birth certificate or a copy must be presented and a notarized travel authorization letter must be provided by the parents, even if they are travelling with the child.

Additionally, if the child is between three months and six years old, parents must provide a certificate of vaccination against polio. Brazil has several areas with dengue fever, malaria and yellow fever endemics, so it would be wise to discuss your child’s immunization plan with your paediatrician.

Bringing pets to Brazil is fairly straightforward and all Cats and Dogs can be brought into Brazil for any non-commercial purpose, but most other types of animals will require an import permit from the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply. Additionally, all imported animals will undergo a brief physical inspection and quarantined for an unspecified amount of time.

Cats and Dogs also require official health certificates from the local vet and other animals will require an International Health Certificate and an Animal Health Certificate signed by a vet. 


Divided into three stages with multiple grades per stage, how mandatory education in Brazil is changes at each stage, with Pre-school Education being available but not mandatory, Primary school being mandatory and Higher education not being mandatory.

Pre-school Education is completely optional but has been proven to significantly help develop children below the age of 6 in all areas including cognitive, motor and social skills. These institutions include Day Nurseries for children under 2, Kindergartens for children between 2 and 3, and Preschools for children between 4 and 5. Upon turning 6 a child moves on into Primary school.

Primary Education is split into nine years and supports mainly children between the ages of 6 and 18, but will take both students under 6 if the child turns 6 during the semester, and adults over 18 if they haven’t finished their education, although they are separated from the children. These schools teach the Portuguese Language, History, Geography, Science, Mathematics and Arts as well as Physical Education for those in the 2nd to 5th years and one to two foreign languages, usual Spanish and/or English, for those in the 6th to 9th years. Each school year lasts at least 200 days and must provide at least 800 hours of activities per year.

After graduating from Primary education, students may choose to pursue Higher Education and they will, in turn, have to take an entrance examination for their specific course of study. After finishing the exam, the top 30 to 40 candidates for each university per course typically move on to study at the course, however, this number can be as high as 200 in some rare cases. Higher Education can be divided into Undergraduate and Graduate work like in most countries, and features an undergraduate Bachelor Degree lasting for around 4 years, as well as teaching courses which last an additional 4 years and medical degrees lasting for around 6 years and often include a two-to-five year residential placement in a hospital or medical facility. Additionally, five year degrees leading into professional diplomas are awarded in state-controlled careers in architecture, veterinary medicine, law, psychology and engineering.

Following graduation from a Bachelor’s Degree or a Professional Diploma, a student may enter graduate school and undertake a Master’s Degree lasting two years, additionally requiring the submission of a master’s thesis. Following this a Doctoral Degree is available for many lines of study, requiring four years of full-time studies and requiring the submission of a doctoral dissertation, the passing of a doctoral qualifying exam and extensive coursework. Throughout Brazil there are over 2600 universities and higher education institutions. 

To work in Brazil you must be a native speaker of English, be western-trained in the USA, UK, Canada, Scotland, Ireland, Australia or New Zealand, and have 2 years of prior experience with a Bachelor’s degree in line with the subject you intent to teach, as well as a teaching qualification.

Additionally, candidates with international experience are typically preferred, as are those with a CEFL, TEFL or Delta certificate. However it’s important to stress that these certificates are not usually deemed viable teaching certificates and will only work as a bonus, not as the actual teaching qualification.

As always, please don’t forget to check out our guide on Visa and Work Permit Restrictions

A one bedroom apartment in the city centre in Brazil will typically cost around BRL 1210 ($510 or £300) a month, whilst outside the city centre you’ll see prices more around the BRL 810 ($340 or £200) mark. A three bedroom apartment, however, will cost you around BRL 2690 ($1130 or £680) in the city centre, and around BRL 1800 ($760 or £450) outside of the city centre.

Meanwhile a meal at a restaurant will set you back between BRL 15 and 80 ($6.30-$33.60 or £3.80-£20.10) depending where you eat, a litre of water will cost around BRL 6.10 ($2.60 or £1.50), a litre of milk costs around BRL 2.40 ($1.00 or £0.60), 500g of bread costs around BRL 4.00 ($1.70 or £1.00) and twelve eggs also costs about BRL 4.00 ($1.70 or £1.00).

Finally, luxuries go for around BRL 6.70 ($2.80 or £1.70) for a litre of domestic beer, BRL 5.50 ($2.30 or £1.40) for a pack of cigarettes and a bottle of mid-range wine for around BRL 20 ($8.40 or £5.00). The average monthly disposable salary after tax is at around BRL 1780 ($750 or £450). 

The Academicos da Rocinha is one of Rio de Janeiro’s top Samba schools and is widely reputed for their participation in events such as the world-famous Rio Carnaval, producing dancers of a hugely powerful and talented nature and tutoring those of all ages.

Aeroclube de Campinas is one of the country’s best known flying clubs, taking to the skies and soaring into the blue daily, the club has produced over 1300 pilots since its founding in 1939.

Perhaps sailing is your forte? The Sao Paulo Yacht Club is widely renowned for its friendliness and good-natured attitude whilst keeping a professional nature in their practices since their founding in 1917.

Do you like a good ol’ walk? Well the Terra Brazil trekking tours include a range of tours all across the region as well as the areas of the Amazon basin, the Islands South of Salvador, Rio de Janeiro and even trips into the tropical paradise of Fortaleza.

The Guaruja Golf Clube runs a range of tournaments and events all throughout the year across one of their many golf courses across the region. Each course features lush greenery, neatly kept grounds and professional-grade equipment.

The Confederacao Brasileira de Basketball moderates all associated Basketball clubs, groups and organizations in the region whilst administrating events and organizing the top in the nation for international professional-level play during the course of the year.

Or perhaps you like a bit of the footy? The Sports Club Corinhians Paulista is one of the country’s very best teams and hosts a range of matches throughout the region, always adhering to professionalism and good sportsmanship during all events. 

Brazil’s crime rate is known to be fairly high with a homicide rate of around 25 homicides per 100,000 residents. However, the country faces a bigger problem with this high homicide rate tracing back to the drug trade bringing in organized crime and gangs, although this rate has fallen notable by over ten points since 2000.

In addition to the homicide rate, however, Carjacking and Express kidnappings are common, as are petty crimes such as pickpocketing and bag snatching, especially during market days and the Carnaval season. Worst of all is gang violence and recently gangs have been using children to perpetrate crimes, including murder, due to children having shorter prison sentences.

As far as drug trafficking goes, the most common drugs trafficked are marijuana, cocaine and crack, respectively, and out of 325 youth that were criminalized, around 48.5% of them were involved with drug trafficking in some way. Additionally, out of those caught, around 74% had used marijuana, 36% had snorted cocaine and over 21% had used crack. Most shockingly, out of the caught youth, 51% of the drug traffickers reported it was very easy to obtain a gun and over 58% of them reported it was very easy to obtain cocaine.

Emergency Numbers

Military Police (Rio de Janeiro & Sao Paulo) – 190
Federal Highway Police – 191
Ambulance/Medical – 192
Fire Department – 193
Federal Police – 194
Civil Police (Rio de Janeiro & Sao Paulo) – 197
State Highway Police – 198
Sea Rescue – (21) 2104 6119