What To Know About Brazil

What To Know About Brazil

In Brazil, they speak Portuguese! If you know Spanish it can help, as Spanish and Portuguese are very similar languages. Brazilian people understand quite a lot of Spanish. With the modernization of the country, and the number of foreign tourists rising, more people are learning English as a second language, although there’re still those who can only speak Portuguese, especially in poor regions.

The most populated is So Paulo; only the capital has more than 19 million inhabitants. To go from So Paulo to the Rain Forest, for example, you have to go by airplane, unless you don’t care about staying 2 days in a car, traveling in freeways not in a very good condition.

As you can see, Brazil has 26 states, 27 counting the capital, which is known as Distrito Federal or Braslia. The biggest state is Amazonas, where the Rain Forest is located. The most populated is So Paulo; only the capital has more than 19 million inhabitants. To go from So Paulo to the Rain Forest, for example, you have to go by airplane, unless you don’t care about staying 2 days in a car, traveling in freeways not in a very good condition.

In Brazil, they speak Portuguese! If you know Spanish it can help, as Spanish and Portuguese are very similar languages. Brazilian people understand quite a lot of Spanish. With the modernization of the country, and the number of foreign tourists rising, more people are learning English as a second language, although there’re still those who can only speak Portuguese, especially in poor regions.

Brazil has a great tradition in many sports and Formula 1 is one of the them. Thousands of people from all over the country get together in So Paulo every year for the last race of the season. Its held on the Interlagos racetrack located south of So Paulo downtown.

Braza offers a mouth watering Brazilian dining that you’ll never forget. Come and visit us at Brazilian Streakhouse to make sure you can get to everything on this wonderful menu.