Brazil features some of the most beautiful landscapes in South America. A massive country, time spent here will give you an opportunity to see everything from beaches filled with party-goers, the majestic waterfalls at Iguazu Falls, and the dense Amazon jungle.
Looking for a great place to party? Check out Copacabana Beach during Carnaval!
Christ the Redeemer
Amazon Rain Forests
Currency: Brazilian Real (BRL). BRL is currently 3.3 for 1 USD.
Power Adapter: In Brazil the power sockets are of type N. The standard voltage is 127 / 220 V and the standard frequency is 60 Hz.
Emergency Number: Most citizens only know the 190 (Military Police) number for emergencies, but 192 (ambulance), 193 (firefighters) and 199 (civil defense) are also commonly known.
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