Anyone planning an international trip should be aware of various bureaucratic aspects. Countries like the United States require previously issued visa for tourists and the approval process can be extremely complex, tiring and time consuming. In addition, nothing prevents the visa from being denied.
However, Itamaraty has a reciprocal agreement with many other nations around the world. Travelers from these countries do not require a visa to enter Brazil, and in return, Brazilians do not need the prior issuance of a tourist travel visa (in which the maximum allowed stay is up to 90 days). How about venturing to other continents or breaking our Latin America?
South American countries
Our brothers who are part of the Mercosur Treaty do not even need the passport. A survey conducted by online agency Viajanet revealed that the second most sought after destination by Brazilians at Christmas is beautiful Buenos Aires. To get to know the Argentine capital, you only have to have your RG issued less than ten years ago. Other countries exempting the Brazilian passport are Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Paraguay (for up to 60 days) and Uruguay.
There are still other American countries that waive the visa, but require a passport, such as Mexico and Barbados, for example.
Most countries that are part of the European Union do not require visas for the tourism of Brazilians, but some requirements must be met to enter some of these nations, such as having a passport valid for at least two months, Brazil, proof of reservation paid in hotels, international medical insurance, in addition to presenting their finances. The Brazilian tourist will probably have all the documents checked in the immigration agencies of each country and may also be interviewed. To know more about these requirements, consult the Consular Portal of Itamaraty.
While China counts only on some regions that do not require visas, such as Macau and Hong Kong, in Southeast Asia there are more countries that can be visited without the need of permission, such as Thailand, South Korea and Singapore.
Morocco, Tunisia, Namibia, Botswana and South Africa do not require the visa for Brazilians and are exotic and culturally rich destinations to be explored on the continent known as the cradle of humanity.
Who wants to know the beauties of the New World can go to New Zealand without the need to issue the visa. There, the Brazilian tourist can stay for up to 90 days and have the unique experience of enjoying Paradise beaches in the same country that counts on ski resorts, volcanoes and glacial mountains.
Check the complete list of countries that do not require a visa for Brazilian tourists, but do not forget to check in advance the recommendations and prior requirements of each consulate:
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»Barbados» Hong Kong »Romania
»Belgium» Hungary »Russia
»Bolivia» Ireland »San Marino
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»Bulgaria» Israel »Sweden
»Chile» Italy »Switzerland
»Colombia» Liechtenstein »Suriname
»South Korea» Luxembourg »Thailand
»Costa Rica» Malaysia »Trinidad and Tobago
»Croatia» Morocco »Tunisia
»Denmark» Mexico »Turkey
»Ecuador» Monaco »Ukraine
»Slovakia» Namibia »Uruguay
»Slovenia» Norway »Vatican
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