Brazil is the largest country in South America and borders every country in the continent except Chile and Ecuador.

If you move to Brazil you’ll find that it is a country of contrasts—from the mad passion of Carnival to the dark Amazon.

The capital city, S?o Paulo, is Brazil in a microcosm and shows perfectly the striking contrast between opulent towers and grimy shacks, gaudy riches and grinding poverty, striking success and endemic failure.

Living in Brazil will undoubtedly be a challenging and rewarding experience. You are encouraged to learn as much as you can and make the most of it while you’re there. The official language is Portuguese and Brazilians tend to look favorably on anyone who tries to communicate in their language.

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Brazil is the largest country in South America, stretching almost 4,350km from end to end and covering nearly 3,300,155 square miles. What is special...
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Rio de Janeiro

Perched in one of the world's most beautiful settings, Rio de Janeiro is a bustling metropolis populated by more than seven million Cariocas, as the...
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S?o Paulo

S?o Paulo, the largest city in Brazil, the Americas and the southern hemisphere, bristles with skyscrapers and pulsates with energy.