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Here are the area codes (and the operators codes) for the main cities in Brazil;

Brasília: 14 (Oi) + 61

São Paulo: 15 (Telefonica) + 11

Rio de Janeiro: 21 (Embratel) + 21

Salvador: 21 (Embratel) + 71

Fortaleza: 21 (Embratel) + 85

Recife: 21 (Embratel) + 81

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The Brazilian country code (for calling Brazil from abroad) is +55

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Alagoinhas, Alexandria, Anápolis, Aracaju, Araguaina, Barreiras, Bauru, Belém, Belo Horizonte, Blumenau, Boa Vista, Brasília, Campina Grande, Campinas, Campo Grande, Campos, Caruaru, Caxias Do Sul, Cuiaba, Curitiba, Feira de Santana, Fernando de Noronha, Florianópolis, Fortaleza, Garanhuns, Goiania, Governador Valadares, Ilheus, Itabuna, Jequie, Joao Pessoa, Joinville, Juazeiro do Norte, Juiz de Fora, Londrina, Macapa, Maceio, Manaus, Medina, Montes Claros, Montezuma, Mossoro, Natal, Niteroi, Palmas, Panama, Parnaiba, Passo Fundo, Pelotas, Ponta Grossa, Porto Alegre, Porto Velho, Recife, Ribeiraio Preto, Rio Branco, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande, Sacramento, Salinas, Salvador, Santa Cruz, Santa Fe, Santa Maria, Santa Rosa, Santo Andre, Santos, São Jose do Rio Preto, São Jose dos Campos, São Luis, São Paulo, Sobral, Sorocaba, Teofilo Otoni, Teresina, Timbo, Uberaba, Uberlandia, Uruguaiana, Valparaiso, Vitória, Vitória da Conquista, and Volta Redonda.

Privately owned landlines (or fixed lines) are not as widely owned in Brazil as other countries, due to high cost. Most people rely now on mobile phones. Unfortunately there does not seem to be any mobile phone number directory for Brazil.


Brazilian telecommunications are privately operated, and there are a number of providers.

Each of these operaters has their own individual prefix. If you are making a long distance-call, outside your area code, you need to dial this prefix together with the long-distance prefix (0) and the individual phone number.


To call Brasília from another (Brazilian) region - Dial 0 + 14 + 61 + phone number


Capital City: Brasília

Largest City: Sao São Paulo

Official Language: Portuguese (see below for information on the diverse languages spoken in Brazil)

Size/area: Approximately 8.5 million square kilometers, making it the fifth largest country in the world by area.

Borders: It shares borders with every South American country except Chile and Ecuador.

Population: Estimated at approximately 214 million people, making it the sixth most populous country in the world.

Ethnic Diversity: Brazil is known for its ethnic and cultural diversity, with significant populations of European, African, Indigenous, and Asian descent.

Currency: Brazilian Real (BRL)

Economy: It has a mixed economy and is considered an upper-middle-income country by the World Bank. Major industries include agriculture, mining, manufacturing, and services. Brazil is one of the world's leading producers of coffee, soybeans, and beef.

Culture Music and Dance: Famous for samba, bossa nova, and forro. The country also hosts the world-renowned Rio de Janeiro Carnival.

Cuisine: Known for its feijoada (a black bean stew with pork), pao de queijo (cheese bread), and a variety of tropical fruits and seafood dishes.

Sports: Soccer (football) is the most popular sport, with Brazil being home to legendary players like Pele and Ronaldo. The country has won the FIFA World Cup five times.


Amazon Rainforest: Roughly 60% of the Amazon Rainforest is located in Brazil (along with Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana and French Guyana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela). It is a vital global resource for biodiversity and carbon storage but faces threats from deforestation and climate change.

Pantanal: The world's largest tropical wetland, which is home to an incredible variety of wildlife, including jaguars and caimans. Pantanal Map


Brazil is a federal republic with a president who serves as both head of state and head of government. The political landscape is dynamic and often features robust democratic processes.


Christ the Redeemer: Located on Corcovado mountain overlooking Rio de Janeiro. It is regarded as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Christ the Redeemer Map

Sugarloaf Mountain: Unmistakable, Sugarloaf mountain stand 395 metres tall above Rio de Janeiro, in Guanabara bay, with stunning views over Rio, and Copacabana Beach. Sugarloaf Mountain Map

Iguazu Falls: A stunning waterfall system on the border between Brazil and Argentina. Iguazu Falls Map

Salvador: Known for its well-preserved colonial architecture and rich Afro-Brazilian culture. Savador Map

Languages spoken in Brazil

In Brazil, Portuguese is the official and most widely spoken language. However, the linguistic landscape of Brazil is quite diverse. Here are a few facts about languages spoken in Brazil:

Official Language: Portuguese: The official language and the primary language of communication, education, media, and government. Brazilian Portuguese has some differences in pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar compared to European Portuguese.

Indigenous Languages: Brazil is home to a significant number of indigenous languages. According to recent estimates, there are around 180 to 200 indigenous languages spoken by various indigenous communities across the country. Some of these languages include: Tupi-Guarani, Arawak, Karib.

As a result of historical immigration, several languages from immigrant communities are also spoken in Brazil. Some of these include:

German: Particularly in the southern states of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul.

Italian: Also in the southern states, due to large waves of Italian immigration in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Japanese: Brazil has the largest Japanese population outside Japan, concentrated in Sao Paulo and Parana.

Spanish: Although not widespread, Spanish is understood and sometimes spoken due to Brazil's geographical location in Latin America and similarities with Portuguese.

Arabic: Present among the Lebanese and Syrian communities in cities like Sao Paulo.

Sign Language: Brazilian Sign Language (Libras): Recognized as a legal means of communication and language used by the deaf community in Brazil.

Creole Languages: Pomeranian - A Germanic language spoken by descendants of Pomeranian immigrants, particularly in Espirito Santo and parts of the southern region.

Overall, while Portuguese dominates as the lingua franca, Brazil's linguistic diversity is a testament to its rich cultural and historical heritage.



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