Many nations have consulates in Rio de Janeiro. If you in any way need help the consulate is a good place to go. All of them don’t work well, but they should be at your service, after all they are funded by tax money right. To easily find your consulate just click this link. Unfortunately addresses change a lot so it’s a good idea to confirm with your country’s homepage for foreign representation (if any) or just simply make a phone call.

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  • Bacalhau – Brazil’s Most Loved Fish

    Bacalhau Rio.Bacalhau, dried and salted cod is the core ingredient in many dishes most treasured by Brazilians. Today it is a quite expensive ingredient and mostly reserved for special occasions, that was not always the case. Arriving in a new culture… Read more…

  • Rio’s Waterholes – The Boteco and the Botequim

    Bar GetúlioThe botecos or botequins of Rio are traditional places Brazilians frequent to enjoy beer, snack food and good company. The history of the existence of these type of establishments can be traced back to the 19th century. What is a… Read more…