Things that you should remember when being in Brazil

1. There are no shy people in Brazil

If talking about the most prominent things in the Brazilian people, it is their active and passionate character. Here you should adapt yourself in the vibrant society of Brazil to get the most exciting moments of your life in this beautiful land.

Brazilians love to express themselves without thinking too much about other people’s opinions
2. English is not a common language

Because most of Brazil’s culture is based on Portuguese culture, languages ​​like Portuguese and Spanish are the most popular. This country is a multiracial country with many cultures. It is because Brazil is influenced by many different peoples in the world (Italy, Germany, Spain, Japan, Middle East …).
However, in cities like Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, people still speak English, but in the suburbs of these two places, you will have difficulty if you only know English. Brazilian people also like American movies and listen to songs by singer Adele.

Brazilians are very hospitable, if you know some of their common phrases, they will be more sympathetic when communicating with you. Todo bomb? (How are you? Is everything good?), Eunhyuk entendo (I don’t understand). Or: futebol (You should know this).

3. Bars serve delicious fruit juice


Perhaps this tropical land is surrounded by big green forests, the climate and nature are extremely favorable, so Brazil has many kinds of good fruit trees. May be you’ve never heard of fruits and drinks named caju, camu-camu and pitanga. Brazilians are experts in making excellent drinks from fruits that dialects still call sucos.
Every street in the city of Rio de Janeiro has juice bars.

There are bananas in this country, although bananas can be grown everywhere, but only Brazil is the best. It is even better if you can enjoy the banana juice with friends

5. There is a big gap between the rich and the poor

Every country in the world has a rich and poor division. In the list of countries with the most discrimination, Brazil ranks 11th, after the poor countries in Africa.
Even so, the standard of living for Brazilians has increased significantly in the middle class.

As a tourist you should be careful and always in safe places for you. Do not bring a lot of money when traveling, keeping valuables in the hotel to prevent being robbed.

Use the hotel taxi, don’t take a taxi outside, and you must always be alert and aware of where you are in the city at night.