What makes Brazil such a captivating place to foreigners is the strength of its culture. What exactly is it about their culture that makes it so intriguing? That’s what we’re here to find out.
We might start with a comparison of Brazilian culture vs US culture. This video where I talk about my reasons for preferring to live in Brazil over the US highlights a few differences that come to mind.
You can also hear the opinions of many other foreigners who live/have lived in Brazil about why they like Brazil. Many of the people on that list are bloggers, and I recommend checking out their sites as well.
After living in Brazil for 3 years I wrote this post about some of the lessons that I’d learned from Brazilians. You can also read a similar styled post by a Canadian girl who teaches English in Rio de Janeiro.
To better understand Brazilian culture you should consume Brazilian media. Here are some of the Brazilian movies that foreigners tend to watch first.
If you’re interested in Carnaval, here are the traditional songs played during Carnaval. If you’re going to attend Carnaval, here are some advices for first timers.
While this is all a good starting point, if you’re truly interested in Brazilian culture you should learn Portuguese and ask Brazilians about their country.