Honeymoons in Brazil

Offering an eclectic mix of buzzing city experiences and romantic relaxing beach walks, Brazil is a fantastic destination for any honeymoon couple looking for an all round holiday! Taking the countries second largest city, Rio de Janeiro as a fine example, you already have in there a colourful multi-cultural city brimming with life and laughter along with two of the most impressive beaches in the world: the Copacabana and the Ipanema!

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Brazil Overview

Rio de Janeiro, the most impressive city in Brazil is nicknamed ‘The Marvelous City’! Be prepared to have your breath taken away on your honeymoon in Rio de Janeiro. A multicultural gem where the built environment seems to rise out of its natural surroundings, the buildings of Rio de Janeiro are bordered by the blue waters of the sea, rain forests, jagged cliffs, and beaches. Almost nothing is impossible on a honeymoon in Rio de Janeiro, and you will be sure to find romance, passion, and action.
Home to 6 100 000 people, the citizens of Rio de Janeiro are characterized by their passion for, and a love of, life - often expressed in the form of dance and celebration. Prepare to take part in this celebration of life during your honeymoon in Rio de Janeiro. Boasting unparalleled culinary and entertainment options which will quench the desires of each and every visitor, and an unrivalled nightlife, if you look forward to late nights of dancing, live music, and drinks, you’ve come to the right place. Don’t forget that the city will be hosting the 2016 Olympic Games while making plans for your honeymoon in Rio de Janeiro.

You won’t run out of things to do on your honeymoon in Brazil. If Rio de Janeiro is your main destination, here are a few ideas to get you started!
- Take a look at Copacabana Beach. This 4 km long beach is famous worldwide and is vibrating with activity 24 hours a day.
- Standing 30 meters tall, the statue of Christ the Redeemer is one of the tallest in the world. From this famous point on Hunchback Mountain you’ll be able to take in gorgeous views of the city, Sugar Loaf Mountain, and the beaches.
- Riding the cable car up Sugar Loaf Mountain at the end of the day provides the opportunity to witness what might be one of the world’s most coveted sunsets.

Key Facts for Brazil

Currency: Real

Capital: Brasília

Language: Portuguese

Flight time: 11 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Brazil

Don't forget to consider the temperatures when planning your honeymoon in Rio de Janeiro. Summer in Brazil lasts from December through February, when temperatures around 30 degrees Celsius can be expected. Tourists also flock to Rio de Janeiro during these months, meaning elevated prices and crowds. Be sure to book in advance if you travel during these months. A honeymoon in Rio de Janeiro can be best enjoyed during the winter, when you’ll be able to avoid the throngs of people (at least to some extent) and enjoy more reasonable temperatures.

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Getting Married in Brazil

The largest country in South America, Brazil is a picture perfect location for couples wanting to get married abroad. With miles of white sandy beaches, lined with palm trees looking across the vibrant blue of the Atlantic Ocean and many amazing waterfalls, getting married in Brazil will feel like a dream come true. Getting married in Brazil is not just about a stunning location, the atmosphere is electric and the locals are truly welcoming. There are many resorts in Brazil where you can have your wedding, whether you are looking for somewhere fun and vibrant or relaxed and romantic, you are bound to find a location perfect for you.

Marriage Requirements

Brazil

It is recommended that a couple intending to marry should register their intent to do so at least 30 days prior to the intended date of the marriage ceremony. The registration process can take a minimum of 20 days and a maximum of 60 days.

Foreigners must fill in an application form and present the following documents at the registry office to begin the marriage process:

•           Original copies of passport or Foreigner's identity card

•           Original birth certificate - certified by a Brazilian Consulate in the issuing country

•           Declaration of Civil Status issued by the local Consulate or Embassy (the declaration of civil status is valid for ninety days)

Publication of the banns: The registry office displays the statement of the intention of marriage on its walls for a period of 15 days and publishes banns in the local press. Following a 15 day waiting period the couple are free to marry.

Issue of marriage licence: Once all the documents have been presented to the registry office, approved by the notary officials and no valid objections have been received from members of the public, the registry official issues a marriage license which is a permit to marry, valid for 90 days.

For further information visit http://brazil.angloinfo.com/countries/brazil/marriage.asp

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Cathy & Ash Brazil on 14 Sep 2003

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