São Paulo Brazil: time, weather and some tips

If you are thinking of going to Brazil and do not know if São Paulo is worth a visit – this article is definitely for you. You will find here the answer to a question – what time is it in São Paulo Brazil?; some information about the culture and of course, we will leave some tips for you.

São Paulo Brazil – concrete jungle?

Some people may be wondering if they want to spend their precious time off in the city of skyscrapers? After all, there are more than 200 buildings that are higher than 100 m. You have to answer this question on your own, however, the time spent in this unique city can be unforgettable. 

The highest building in o Paulo is Mirante do Vale (170 m). Then we have the skyscraper built by Italian immigrants – Edifício Itália (168 m). We also have the so-called replica of the Empire State Building in New York – Edifício do Banespa known as Altino Arantes (161 m). Another building worth mentioning is not that high, but it was designed by Oscar Niemeyer – Edifício Copan (115 m). Edifício Martinelli was the first skyscraper in Brazil that for a long time was the highest building in Latin America. 

At the top of Edifício Itália, there is an Italian restaurant and bar called Terraço Italia from which you can see the view of the whole city. Great place for dinner!

Edifício Copan located in São Paulo downtown

São Paulo Brazil culture

We do not have enough space to write about the cultural offer of this city. It is very diverse. We have mentioned about it in our previous article .

If you like unconventional art – you have the chance to visit a city of colourful murals and graffiti. One of the most interesting for sure is the 52 m high image of the most famous Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. It was made in 2013 on the entire wall of one of the skyscrapers at Avenida Paulista.


We also recommend visiting the Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil in São Paulo. It is the sixth most-visited cultural institution in Brazil. It is a part of a larger cultural institution with branches in Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. What is more, it is among the first hundred most-visited cultural institutions in the world. The building houses a theatre, cinema, exhibition space, auditorium, audiovisual rooms and a charming cafeteria. 


The Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) is one of the most important Brazilian museums. Founded in 1947 by Assis Chateaubriand and Pietro Maria Bardi, it was the first museum in the country devoted to contemporary art. The object is famous not only for its more than 8 thousand exhibits (paintings, sculptures, photographs, etc.) but also for its modern architecture.

What time is it in São Paulo Brazil and weather details

The time zone in the city is UTC/GMT-3. The same as in the capital city of Brazil, Brasília. Depending on what country you are from, the time difference varies.


You will find the weather details below:

– The best months in terms of weather in São Paulo are June, July, August, September and October,

– Warm and a bit rainy months are the following: January, February, March, September, October, November and December,

– The rainiest months are January and December.

Our tips

If you are thinking of visiting one than more city during your visit, we recommend travelling by bus and buying your bus tickets in advance. It will save you time and nerves. Travelling by bus in Brazil is very comfortable and cheaper. If you want to find details about it, just read our articles for example here  or here .

You can use websites where you can book your ticket as a foreigner, for example, Brazil Bus Travel . It is a well-known website that specializes in selling bus tickets for foreigners online. When you travel from São Paulo, you have a lot of routes to choose from. You can go to Rio de Janeiro (the journey takes around 4 hours), without having to spend time at the airport.


We hope that you have enjoyed reading our article and you have found it informative. As always, if you have additional questions, do not hesitate to leave them below. Have an amazing trip to Brazil.


Brazil flag – symbols and facts


In the last post, you had the chance to read about the appropriate spelling of the word ‘Brazil’. We also have written a lot about the name of the country and its origin. If you have not read about it and are interested in the topic click here. As we like writing about interesting facts, today we will tell you more about the Brazilian flag. 


When preparing for a trip to this beautiful country, it is worth learning some basic facts about the country. You will find a lot of information on our blog. We post new articles every week, so we encourage you to visit us as often as possible. You will learn some of our travel tips and facts about the country.

Coming back to Brazil: flag facts. If you do not remember how the flag looks like, here is a little reminder:

As you can see, the flag is in the shape of a rectangle, on which on a green background, there is a large yellow diamond. Inside the diamond, you can see a blue sphere with stars cut through with a white strip with the inscription Ordem e Progresso meaning “order and progress.”

Brazil flag – symbols

It is widely believed that the national colours of Brazil – green and yellow, symbolize the wealth of the country. Green resembles the equatorial forests of the Amazon. The yellow colour resembles gold which attracted European colonists here (Brazil had significant amounts of it in the past). 

The truth is that these colours really come from the previous flag of the Empire of Brazil. They are derived from the colours of the ruling families. The green colour was the symbol of the House of Bragança of Peter I – the first emperor of Brazil. The yellow colour, on the other hand, represented the House of Habsburg – his wife Leopoldina. 


The star system depicted on the flag reflects the sky over Rio de Janeiro on the morning of November 15, 1889 – on the day Brazil was declared a republic. Each of the 27 stars represents one unit of the administrative division of Brazil (26 states and the federal district). The number of stars, initially 21, increased along with the emergence of new administrative regions. The star symbolizing the Federal District is Sigma Octantis, which indicates the south pole of the sky. Such a choice was also symbolic, because this star is visible all year round throughout the country, and the other stars on the sky (symbolising the 26 states) seem to revolve around it. 

What is interesting is that according to the law, the flag should be updated in case a state is created or it has extinct.


The motto of Ordem e Progresso (“Order and Progress”) was inspired by the motto of positivism by August Comte: “L’amour pour principe et l’ordre pour base; le progrès pour but” meaning” Love as a principle, order as a basis, and progress as a goal.”

We hope that you found the article interesting. Enjoy the trip to Brasil and if you want to buy bus tickets while being here, just do it by clicking here . It is a very safe website where you can book your bus seats in advance.

Brazil or Brasil: which is right?

You may have heard that there is a bit of confusion when it comes to the name ‘Brasil’ or ‘Brazil’. It is just one letter that is different, however, it can cause uncertainty about which one is the correct one.

We are here to tell you everything about this difference. We hope that you will find this article interesting.

If you are reading our posts, you already know that the language used in Brazil is the Portuguese language. The name of the country in Portuguese is written with -s, so it is Brasil. It was not so simple in the past. You will read more about it below.

In English, we spell it with -z, so it is Brazil. It varies in different languages. 

The origin of the word Brazil

Where did the country get its name from? Brazil is a shortened version of the ‘land of Brazil’. The country was named after the brazilwood tree ‘pau brasil’. The tree is known for its characteristic colour of the wood. It is reddish and resembles hot ember – in Portuguese ember is called brasa.

The pau brasil is the national tree of Brazil and is really beautiful. It may reach up to 15 metres in height and has amazing yellow flowers.

The tree is also known from the dye that is produced with the use of it – the dye is called Brazilin. It has been used for ages to make paints and inks and of course dye fabrics.


The appropriate spelling of the name of the country


Actually, until the year 1897, it was not stated anywhere, what is the proper spelling. Both versions were then correct.

The Brazilian Academy of Letters was founded to normalize all the norms on Portuguese orthography. Do you remember the name ‘brasa’ we have told you about?

The academy has decided that the appropriate way to spell the word is ‘brasa’ – not ‘braza’ – so the appropriate way to spell the name of the country is thus ‘Brasil’.

In 1945 both Brazil and Portugal have agreed that this spelling is officially correct.

The name of the country in different languages

We have already told you how is the name of the country spelt in English, however, it is also interesting to know how it is in other languages:

Albanian – Brazil, Brazili

Czech – Brazílie

English – Brazil

Esperanto – Brazilo

French – Brésil

Spanish – Brasil

Latin – Brasilia

German – Brasilien

Polish – Brazylia

Swedish – Brasilien

Turkish – Brezilya

Italian – Brasile 

Those are just a few languages that we have chosen as an example to show you, how the name of the country is spelt in other languages. As you may have noticed the letter -s is used as often as the letter -z in the middle of the name. 

If we have not listed your language – please leave it in the comments section below. Other readers are for sure curious as much as we are about who reads our posts. From what countries do you come from? 

If you plan to visit Brazil, be sure to look for the brazilwood tree. If you love nature, you will love it. It is listed as endangered species. You may try to find it in botanical gardens and of course around Brazil.


Where is Brazil located?

In today’s post, we will tell you where is Brazil located. If you want to visit this beautiful country, spend a few minutes to learn some basic facts about it. You will find some information below. 

Where is Brazil on the map?

Brazil is the biggest country in South America when it comes to the area and the number of inhabitants.

The territory of the country takes almost half of the surface of South America and spreads in the middle of the continent.

Brazil borders on the north with Venezuela, Guiana, Surinam, and French Guiana, on the north-west with Colombia, on the west with Bolivia and Peru, on the south-west with Argentina and Paraguay, on the south with Uruguay and the east with the Atlantic Ocean.

A few facts about Brasil

Now you know where is Brazil located so let’s learn more facts about this country:

– Brazil is the biggest country in the world and the only country in America that is Portuguese-speaking;

– The Atlantic coast is 7 491 km long. Several archipelagos belong to Brazil: Fernando de Noronha, Rocas, Saint Peter, and Paul the Islands, Trinidad and Martim Vaz;

– The most important deepwater ports in Brazil are: Santos, Itajaí, Rio Grande, Paranaguá, Rio de Janeiro, Sepetiba, Vitória, Suape, Manaus and São Francisco do Sul;

– the south-eastern area of ​​the Atlantic coast is covered by Mata Atlântica – the Atlantic forest. It is an area of ​​lush forests, in which there are as many as 269 species of mammals – 2/3 species occurring in the Amazon;

– one of the biggest tourist attractions of Brazil is the Iguaçu Falls. It is located on the border between Brazil and Argentina on the Iguaçu River – the left tributary of Parana river;

Brazilian cuisine is diversified regionally. The most known dish in the world is ‘feijoada’ – a stew of beans, beef, and pork. If you are a vegetarian, you will find a version without the meat as well. You have to try it out once you are in Brazil.

The climate in Brazil

Brazil lies in the zone of equatorial, tropical, subtropical and moderate climates.

Climate diversity contributes to the diversity of ecosystems: from the equatorial forests in the north and semi-deserts in the north-east to the coniferous forest in the temperate zone in the south and grassy savannas in the central part of the country.

In the exceptionally humid equatorial climate zone in the Amazon, there is no dry season. There are only periods when the amount of rainfall is slightly lower. The average daily temperature is around 15 Celsius degrees.

Both annual and daily temperature amplitudes are pretty low. In the savannah zone – the further south, the longer the dry season and the shorter the wet season.

The temperate climate of the southern extremities of Brazil is characterized by the occurrence of winters during which the temperature falls below 0°C.

If you know any other facts connected with Brazil, please let us know by leaving a comment below. We hope that we have encouraged you to visit Brazil. 


Recent news about deforestation – Amazon rainforest

As we all know, the world has been observing the alarming reports concerning the Amazon that is burning for several weeks now. Heads of state, celebrities and thousands of users publish photos on social media of burning forests and appeal to stop the slaughter of the “lungs of the earth”. Did the fires in Brazil take on an unprecedented scale this year and will it be the worst year in history for deforestation in the Amazon? We are not going to write this time about tourism. Amazon is burning and let’s learn important facts about it.

Amazon is the largest remaining rainforest in the world.

It is also the largest carbon dioxide absorber, absorbing over 2 billion tons of this substance per year and releasing about 20 percent of the Earth’s oxygen. 

The intensive exploitation of the Amazon began at the end of the 1960s. It was connected, among other things, with building new roads and enabling the use of this previously inaccessible area for economic reasons. Mines started to be built and trees were cut, thus gaining more land for cattle, palm and soybean farming. The process of clearing the land from trees (also by burning the areas) and reselling it at a much higher price is still ongoing.

Preliminary data from the Brazilian National Institute for Space Research (INPE) shows that 1698 square kilometers of the Amazon rainforest were destroyed in August. This is the worst August in five years – since the systematic satellite monitoring of the degradation of the forest has been conducted. It is also over 222 percent more than in August 2018. Recently, the result exceeding 1000 square kilometers was recorded in August 2016.

The INPE report announced in Brasilia shows that more than half of the 71 497 forest fires recorded in the country from January to August this year were located in the Brazilian Amazon. The number of fires is also 83 percent higher than in the same period in 2018.

The researchers from INPE emphasize that there were no significant anomalies associated with climate change that could be blamed for this situation. Instead, they point that it is the responsibility of the people who want to convert forest areas into fields under cultivation or for other investments.

On Thursday, August 29, the Brazilian government introduced 60 days ban on burning the land of the geographical area of the Amazon due to forest fires. From this point to August 31, INPE recorded 2000 new fires. The ban did not change anything and the situation is getting worse – the number of fires in the Amazon is still growing. INPE satellite data confirms 3,859 new fire outbreaks and around 2000 are concentrated in the Amazon region.

There have been numerous appeals to take the fire of the “green lungs of the world” seriously. Some of you might have seen the #PrayForAmazonia tag on Twitter. Residents from São Paulo used it while showing photos of the smoke from burning forests dimming the sun rays for a moment around 3 pm. Have you seen the photos? 

Brazil tour – tips and tricks about when to go and what to take with you

Brazil is a huge country of disproportions and diversity. It is not really a surprise as it is huge and is spread on enormous space.

You normally need a lot of time to really get to know it and this is not the case for many tourists. You can visit the place a few times and you will never get bored.

Below you will find some tips that may be useful when you are considering going to Brazil as a tourist.

Are you thinking of going during the Carnival period or maybe you have heared of Loollapalooza and want to check it out? Sit down comfortably and enjoy the read.

When is the best time to visit Brazil?

If you are European, most probably you will choose to go to Brazil during the winter season in your country. It is of course understandable.

The pick season falls in February so the trip during this time you have to plan in advance. Buy your flight tickets, bus tickets (link to QP) and book the accommodation as soon as possible.

If you do not like mosquitoes, chose to go between June and September.

If you want to visit the North of Brazil, where the Amazon and rainforest are situated, it is best to plan the trip between June and December as it is the dry season. The temperature there is usually around 30 degrees, however, in January and February, it rains heavily.

Northeast and shore of Atlantic Ocean are best to be seen during the European spring and summer – from April to October. It is dry and hot, only on the south end of the coast may get a bit chilly.

If you want to go to the West – that includes the Iguacu Falls – go during the European autumn.

You are thinking of going to the South – Salvador, Bahia and Rio de Janeiro – it is best to go there between October and March.

The Carnival in Brazil takes place around February and March as it is a mobile holiday. The Loollapalooza is in April. Check the exact dates online as they may change a bit every year. 

What to take with you when going to Brazil.

It is best to buy the universal adapter to the power socket – you can buy it at the airport or in every electric shop.

Except for summer clothes, take a few for colder weather. You may need them on the plane, bus or just during cold nights. It is good to take thin trousers and shirts as protection against mosquitoes.

A thin rain jacket may also come in handy. The luggage content really depends on what places you want to visit. While going to the jungle, do not forget to take the flashlight and appropriate clothes.

You may also want to take the mosquito net and a hammock. Wet tissues or hand wash gel may be sometimes the only “shower” that we can take. You may also take the pocket knife to peel the delicious fresh fruit.

Do not forget about the power bank as in some places there is no electricity. 

When going to Brazil for any festival like Loollapalooza or Carnival, do not forget to take crazy and colourful outfits and comfortable shoes.

Think of taking a small purse that you can use while going out. Remember not to take valuable things with you. 

Let’s go to Brazil. 5 things you need to know.

You have decided to go to Brazil and are here to find some tips and tricks about this country?

Good choice – we are here to help everyone who wants to visit our country. Brazil attracts many tourists from all around the world with its natural wonders that will take your breath away.

Just imagine seeing the amazing Iguazu falls or walking in the Amazon jungle. It does not matter if you are a part of an organized trip or you want to prepare everything on your own.

You may be surprised by going only to the Rio de Janeiro carnival and staying for a few months more. Yes, it has happened to many people.

There are a few things that you should remember about before boarding the plane. 

5  ‘tips and tricks’ for your travel be more chili

1.  First of all – necessary documents

If you want to visit Brazil as a tourist, you probably do not need a visa. However, please check it – there are many people visiting our blog from different parts of the world, so we are not able to write about every country. You can check in this link from the Brazilian Embassy. 

Make sure to check it. The migration card that you will receive at the airport is valid for 90 days.

Remember that your passport has to be valid for at least 6 months. Sometimes you may be asked to show your return ticket. 

If you want to go to Brazil, do not forget to buy the medical insurance that will be valid in South America.

We also recommend scanning all your documents and sending them to your mail and someone that you trust (just in case you lose them). 

2. Language

Many people think that the language used among Brazilians is Spanish. However, the language used in Brazil is Portuguese and it is not really similar to Spanish.

If you travel to touristic places, you may use English, but it is not that easy. Just to be on the safe side, just learn the basic words in Portuguese.

This article may be helpful (link – 11. What language is spoken in Brazil). You will feel more confident and the locals will talk to you with pleasure. 

3. Weather

In Brazil, the temperature stays at high levels most of the time. If you are a European and plan to go to Brazil during the winter in your country, be prepared for surprisingly high temperature.

The humidity is also high, so you will need some time to get used to it.

That does not mean that you should take only summer clothes when you are packing.

In the tropical climate, it is common that hot weather during the day turns into cold nights. Be sure to check what are the temperatures in the places that you plan to visit.

You may need warmer clothes on buses or planes when traveling, so do not forget about them. 

4. This is Brazil – people are unique

People in Brazil are very friendly and always willing to talk to you and help you. Sometimes it may be strange for Europeans, but this is just the way we are.

Try to observe everything and notice the beauty of our culture and people. 

5. Vaccinations

As a responsible traveler, always have your vaccination book with you.

Except for having the basic vaccination done, do consider the vaccination for yellow fever.

As you may ‘meet’ a lot of mosquitoes, do not forget to take repellents with you. 

We have listed the most important things to remember about when going to Brazil.

We hope that you have enjoyed reading about our ‘tips and tricks’ and you find them useful. We wish you an amazing journey.

We will be glad to read your thoughts about the article below. If you write any questions, be sure to receive the answer. 

Oh, I’ve almost forgotten, if you intend to travel in Brazil, buy your bus tickets here – it’s better, safer and has the best price for you.

São Paulo or Rio de Janeiro? Choose wisely before going to Brazil

Hot rhythms, unique atmosphere, delicious food and breathtaking views…

we could list the benefits forever and it would all be true.

Brazil is an amazing, tropical country and one of the biggest countries in the world. Its surface takes almost half of South America – it stretches in the center and on the east of the continent.

The biggest city – São Paulo – has more than twelve million inhabitants.

Rio de Janeiro is one of the most known cities in the world.

If you do not have plenty of time to learn how the atmosphere of those two cities is and you just want to focus on one – here you will find some of our travelling tips about those two cities.

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is a huge metropolis and a place where the most famous carnival in the world takes place.

During this time of year, millions of tourists and Brazilians come to Rio de Janeiro to dance and party with friends and locals.

The city is also famous for the organisation of the Summer Olympics in 2016.

Rio de Janeiro is full of touristic attractions.

Obviously, one of the must-sees is the statue of the 38 metres high Christ the Redeemer.

It is situated on the Corcovado mountain and we are sure that you know how it looks like.

You cannot visit Rio de Janeiro and not go to the Copacabana Beach.

You can do it on the first day of your visit just to relax after a long flight.

You can just rent an umbrella and sunbed, order a cold and fresh coconut and relax during your lazy day on the beach.

We also recommend visiting the Maracanã football stadium and Sugarloaf Mountain (Pão de Açúcar).

São Paulo

This city is the biggest metropolis in South America.

If you have the chance to see the city from the plane, you only see huge buildings and skyscrapers.

The view is breathtaking also during the night.

People in Brazil say, that you rest in Rio de Janeiro and you work in São Paulo.

You will not find sandy beaches here and during the rush hours, the traffic is insane. However, São Paulo is not only the boring city of corporations, finances and business.

There are more and more places to visit by tourists and people interested in art and culture.

You can attend Fashion Week (SPFW) which is the biggest in Latin America.

You can also drop by the International Book Biennial and Book Fairs.

If you are interested in architecture, art, international music and film festivals – you found your place.

You will not get bored in the city where you can find almost 300 cinemas, 170 theatres, 110 museums and 90 cultural centres.

Do not forget to check the São Paulo weather before coming, as it may change during the year – especially if you do not like the rain too much.

We hope that we helped you to make your decision.

If you have any questions, we are happy to answer below.

Enjoy your stay in Brazil!


Oh i’ve almost forgot, if you intend to travel in Brazil, buy your tickets here – it’s better, safer and has the best price for you.

Travelling to Brazil? Here are some tips for you.

Travelling to Brazil? Here are some tips for you.


You have chosen to visit a place where people go to experience the jungle, the power of nature and the atmosphere of ancient rituals coming from various traditions.

The Brazilian music will make you want to dance, and the traditional food and fresh fruit will satisfy every gourmand.

This trip is not worth postponing.

We are here to give you some tips on what to take with you and how to prepare for this journey.

Passport and Visa

Check if you need a visa to enter Brazil.

You will also need a passport that should be most probably valid for at least the next 6 months when entering the country.


Think about the vaccination if you are going to visit the area of Pantanal or Amazonia. There is no obligatory vaccine, however, it is worth to consult a doctor that specializes in travel medicine.

We suggest taking the yellow fever vaccine into consideration when wanting to visit this beautiful country.

You will receive a yellow vaccination book that you should take with you.

Buy insect repellents that will protect you from mosquito bites.

The best ones can be purchased in the pharmacy even after arriving in Brazil.

Health insurance

We always recommend buying travel insurance.

The costs are not high and it is always better to have it just in case.

Buy it online before coming to Brazil.


The currency in Brazil is real. You can exchange the currency in Brazil in banks, foreign exchange offices (câmbios), travel agencies and hotels.

We advise withdrawing the money at the airport and exchanging it there.

If you want to withdraw the money in the city, it is best to do it during the day in the big shopping centers.

Do not carry a lot of money with you as well.

You can also pay with your credit card – Visa, MasterCard and Maestro cards are generally accepted.

Transport and hotels

You can organize everything before coming to Brazil.

All the flight tickets can be bought online.

Travelling to Brazil? Here are some tips for you.

You may sometimes be lucky and find really cheap tickets to Brazil.

We suggest travelling by bus in Brazil; it is cheaper and very comfortable.

You can also buy the bus tickets online, for example, using the Brazil Bus Travel website (link).

If you decide to travel to Brazil during the high season, it is best to buy the bus tickets in advance.

You can book your seat on the website and be sure that there will be a spot for you on the bus.

Renting a car is also very easy.

You can do it at the airport or beforehand online.

We recommend buying the full insurance.

The conditions on the roads are good so you should not have any problems driving in Brazil.

If you travel to Brazil during the high season, do not forget to book the accommodation beforehand.

Some travelers prefer finding the hotels or hostels when arriving at the place, however, sometimes it may be a bit difficult – for example during the Carnival or at New Year’s Eve.

We wish you an amazing journey.

If you have any questions, please leave them down below. We will be happy to help.

Real-time in Brazil: check the time and read our tips

Real-time in Brazil: check the time and read our tips

Every traveler knows that the time difference has a big impact on you while you are travelling. The weather is another factor that you should take into consideration while deciding to visit other countries.

What is the best time to travel to Brazil, what time is it in Brazil, what weather in Brazil can you expect?

If you want to find answers to those and other questions, just read our article.

We hope you find it useful.

Time in Brazil

What time is it in Brazil? This question is often asked when thinking of travelling there.

You can always check the local time here, on our website.

The main time zone (UTC/GMT-3) is the same as in the capital city of Brazil – Brasília.

Nearly 94% of the population of Brazil lives in this time zone.

It is used in twenty-one central and easter states. There are three more time zones there: UTC/GMT-2 (a few east-coast islands), UTC/GMT-4 (five western states), UTC/GMT-5 (Acre and 13 municipalities in western Amazonas).

How to overcome jet lag?

We know that the jet lag may be really difficult when travelling to Brazil.

That is why we always recommend going there for at least two weeks.

Real-time in Brazil: check the time and read our tips

You will have more time to acclimatize.

Our tips to do it faster are the following:

  • rest before the trip,
  • use earplugs and sleep mask during the flight,
  • get used to the local time right away – try to eat and sleep when the locals do it,
  • spend as much time on the sun as possible, it will help you to acclimatize well,
  • drink water but skip alcohol and caffeine.

Seasons and weather in Brazil

If you come from Europe, remember that the seasons of the year are opposite than yours.

Winter falls in June till September and spring from mid-September till mid-December.

Real-time in Brazil: check the time and read our tips

If you want to check how it is like in the summer in Brazil, go there between mid-December till mid-March.

The carnival takes place during the summer so you may consider going to Brazil to experience this amazing time.

Read more about this time here.

Autumn falls in between March and June.

However, you have to remember that the seasons of the year in Brazil are just names.

Most part of Brazil is situated in the tropical climate, so you may even encounter 20-degrees weather during the winter.

What is the best time to visit Brazil?

If you do not like when it is hot and moist, do not choose to go to Brazil between December and February.

We recommend September and October.

Real-time in Brazil: check the time and read our tips

The temperatures are not so high, and it is also off-season, so the trip will be cheaper.

If you like sunbathing and swimming in the Ocean, you can do it all year round in Brazil.

The temperature of the water should be perfect.

Just remember that during the Brazilian winter, you may have less sunny days than in the summer.

If you want to visit the Amazon, try to do it between June and October unless you want to experience the rainy season on your own.

It may be quite bothersome.

If you would like to ask us any other questions related to this topic, please feel free to do it in the comments section below.