Redpill me on Bundazil. Im thinking of going to Rio and SP and maybe further down south in January/February.

Redpill me on Bundazil. I’m thinking of going to Rio and SP and maybe further down south in January/February. It’ll be my first solo trip outside of Europe. What should I do to prepare? What’s the best/ safest way to travel across the country? I’ll be there for about a month and I have a budget of €2k, flights not included.

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  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What should I do to prepare?
    Learn as much Portuguese as you can since nobody speaks English and get a CPF number (Brazil tax ID) to make everything easier

    >What’s the best/ safest way to travel across the country?
    Bus. I usually hate busses in other countries, but the ones in Brazil are great, especially if you can afford the full bed option.

    >I have a budget of €2k
    You might need more, depending on how comfortable and safe you want to be and what activities you plan on. Brazil isn't super cheap.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      What would I need the CPF for exactly? All I can find online is that it’s necessary for online purchases but I don’t know what I’d need to make those for? How much would you suggest? In terms of the budget, what do you think I’d spend that much on? I’m not a sex tourist or anything, basically all I’d spend the money on is food, drinks and maybe some entry tickets.

      Is the bunda really off the charts there? I've always wondered if its a meme and other South American countries are actually better sightseeing for an ass man

      A lot of Brazilian girls I met had thick bundas. And not fat ones either, they were powerful bundas crafted in the gym. The word bunda itself is Brazilian, that says enough I think.

      don't bother

      Can you explain why?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >What would I need the CPF for exactly?
        It makes getting a SIM card much easier and you can't use most delivery apps or transportation booking online without it. Also needed to get a transit card in SP.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Any advice on some places to visit or avoid? Maybe bus companies? Are Angra dos Reis and Ilha Grande worth it?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            I'm

            >don't wear watches/israeliteelry, don't flash money, do not use your phone in the street and don't roam around if you're not sure where you're going.
            Best to use uber/tube. Taxis tend to rip off foreigners (specially in Rio). 2k euros is not much for a month here. Are you planning on staying in hostels? A decent 4 star hotel in a good neighborhood in those cities tend to cost 80-120 euros/night.
            The best and safest way to travel across the country is by plane. Specially due to the distance. But between SP and Rio you could also take a bus. It's cheaper, specially if you book in short notice.
            is right
            [...]
            I guess Colombia is a bit better. And some places in Africa. But yes, there's a bunda trend in Brazil. Specially for the past 10 years. Prior to that it was much more Rio located thing. But now you'll see big bundas everywhere.
            [...]
            I think you can't even get a CPF as a non resident. CPF is needed for getting a sim card. But you can get a brazilian to get some sim card to you. Or perhaps some company sell to foreigners.
            Last time I went to bar I've spent about 30 euros (drank four chopps [light 400 ml beer from the tap]), two bottles of water and some finger food. That was in my middle class neighborhood though. Expect to pay a bit more (not much) in upscale places in upper class neighborhoods. A big mac meal costs about 8-10 euro. A 375ml heineken in the market about 1 euro. A cheap meal in a bar about 6 euro. A meal in an upscale restaurant (not including alcohol) about 40-70 euros.

            not the quoted. Ask something more specific and I'll answer. Brazil is huge and so are those cities. Yes, Ilha Grande is definitely worth it. You'll have to spend some money there to do some island hopping though. No need to charter a private boat as you're in a budget but the true beauty in Angras is its 360+ islands and 1000+ beaches. So do somekind of boat tour. Angra dos Reis itself (the city sucks). You just go there to go to your bed and breakfast/hotel.
            Other place that is nice to go is Paraty. A colonial town worth spending a day seeing also with some nautic gems like saco do Mamangua and Ilha dos Cocos. Also will need a boat ride to do that.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              What neighborhoods are safe/convenient/affordable (in that order of importance) to stay in Rio? I’m thinking of spending a week in SP, mainly because I have a girl there, but in the case things go to shit, is the city worth a week’s visit? In the case it’s not, what are some places in the vicinity I could visit?

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                Better to stay in Zona Sul in Rio. It is walkable, full of bars/restaurants and close to other touristic sights in the oldtown. Oldtown in not a good place due to crime. But should be visited anyway.
                Ipanema and Leblon are the best (and most expensive). Botafogo is also a great place to stay (should not go to Flamengo or Botafogo beach though; take the underground and go to a different beach). Jardim oceanico, in Barra da Tijuca, even though a bit far, can be a good location as the beach is better than in Zona Sul and there's a tube station connecting it to the zonal sul. Copacabana and Leme are okayish. So is Flamengo.
                Would not spend a week in São Paulo as a tourist. It is a good place for dining out, nightlife if you know people and that's it.
                Places worth seeing: Paulista avenue, MASP (for good art in general), Pinacoteca for brazilian art, Museu do Ipiranga (nice building, nice gardens and big historical collection), the oldtown (go on weekdays after 09 am and prior to 5 pm; it's quite dangerous and runned down).
                Ilhabela/Ubatuba can be nice for beaches. Not as a daytrip though as it is a bit far. Specially if you're not going in a car. At least three days to be worth it going there. Can't think of any daytrip worth doing from São Paulo or some interesting place in the countryside. I did go there a lot but to my family's/friends country houses.
                Well, you can spend a week in São Paulo. It is a big city with something to do everyday for a week. Not really touristic though. Would spend 3 full days here and go somewhere else as a tourist.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >don't wear watches/israeliteelry, don't flash money, do not use your phone in the street and don't roam around if you're not sure where you're going.
      Best to use uber/tube. Taxis tend to rip off foreigners (specially in Rio). 2k euros is not much for a month here. Are you planning on staying in hostels? A decent 4 star hotel in a good neighborhood in those cities tend to cost 80-120 euros/night.
      The best and safest way to travel across the country is by plane. Specially due to the distance. But between SP and Rio you could also take a bus. It's cheaper, specially if you book in short notice.
      is right

      Is the bunda really off the charts there? I've always wondered if its a meme and other South American countries are actually better sightseeing for an ass man

      I guess Colombia is a bit better. And some places in Africa. But yes, there's a bunda trend in Brazil. Specially for the past 10 years. Prior to that it was much more Rio located thing. But now you'll see big bundas everywhere.

      What would I need the CPF for exactly? All I can find online is that it’s necessary for online purchases but I don’t know what I’d need to make those for? How much would you suggest? In terms of the budget, what do you think I’d spend that much on? I’m not a sex tourist or anything, basically all I’d spend the money on is food, drinks and maybe some entry tickets.

      [...]
      A lot of Brazilian girls I met had thick bundas. And not fat ones either, they were powerful bundas crafted in the gym. The word bunda itself is Brazilian, that says enough I think.

      [...]
      Can you explain why?

      I think you can't even get a CPF as a non resident. CPF is needed for getting a sim card. But you can get a brazilian to get some sim card to you. Or perhaps some company sell to foreigners.
      Last time I went to bar I've spent about 30 euros (drank four chopps [light 400 ml beer from the tap]), two bottles of water and some finger food. That was in my middle class neighborhood though. Expect to pay a bit more (not much) in upscale places in upper class neighborhoods. A big mac meal costs about 8-10 euro. A 375ml heineken in the market about 1 euro. A cheap meal in a bar about 6 euro. A meal in an upscale restaurant (not including alcohol) about 40-70 euros.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Where do you live exactly? Because those prices are on par with most European capitals and in the case of ‘upscale restaurants’ even more expensive. I’m mainly looking at airbnbs and hotels, so far they seem a lot cheaper than what you’ve listed, even the ones in supposedly safe neighborhoods. But could be that I just have modest tastes.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          I live in São Paulo. And been to Rio, idk, 5 times in my life. Yes, it can be cheap here. But you'll have to stay in hostels or airbnbs (or a hotel in a not very good location). But by upscale I really mean upscale. 15 euros you have lunch in a good place. Like I said you could have a cheaper mela in a bar.
          Which neighborhoods are you looking to stay?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            The girl I’m staying with is in Liberdade, is it a good place to stay? I guess if I have to increase my budget up to €3k I could do it, was just hoping to do it cheaper since I’m a cheapskate and plan on traveling a lot in the coming years. I knew Brazil would be one of the most expensive destinations I want to do and I want to come back another time to do the North and the Amazon.

            Better to stay in Zona Sul in Rio. It is walkable, full of bars/restaurants and close to other touristic sights in the oldtown. Oldtown in not a good place due to crime. But should be visited anyway.
            Ipanema and Leblon are the best (and most expensive). Botafogo is also a great place to stay (should not go to Flamengo or Botafogo beach though; take the underground and go to a different beach). Jardim oceanico, in Barra da Tijuca, even though a bit far, can be a good location as the beach is better than in Zona Sul and there's a tube station connecting it to the zonal sul. Copacabana and Leme are okayish. So is Flamengo.
            Would not spend a week in São Paulo as a tourist. It is a good place for dining out, nightlife if you know people and that's it.
            Places worth seeing: Paulista avenue, MASP (for good art in general), Pinacoteca for brazilian art, Museu do Ipiranga (nice building, nice gardens and big historical collection), the oldtown (go on weekdays after 09 am and prior to 5 pm; it's quite dangerous and runned down).
            Ilhabela/Ubatuba can be nice for beaches. Not as a daytrip though as it is a bit far. Specially if you're not going in a car. At least three days to be worth it going there. Can't think of any daytrip worth doing from São Paulo or some interesting place in the countryside. I did go there a lot but to my family's/friends country houses.
            Well, you can spend a week in São Paulo. It is a big city with something to do everyday for a week. Not really touristic though. Would spend 3 full days here and go somewhere else as a tourist.

            What about the states of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul? Do you have any advice for those places?

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              Liberdade is ok. It's agood place to visit once when in São Paulo as it used to be a traditional japanese neighborhood and still hosts some japanese restaurants, market and a farmers market.
              Rio Grande do Sul is not worth it for a foreigner imho. Unless you're looking for le meme german brazilian tradwife in the countryside. Florianopolis, Santa Catarina capital, is a nice city, with decent hiking and good beaches and nightlife. Balneario Camboriu, another city by the beach in the state of Santa Catarina, gives mixed feelings. It's a great place to party, with lots of hot women from all over the country, beaches, but it's full wih high rise buildings and it is very expensive.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                Lmao if I wanted a meme trad German wife I could find one where I live, Germany. What about Curitiba, would that be worth a stop?

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >What about Curitiba, would that be worth a stop?
                As a foreigner that traveled there, I'd skip it, it's more of a boring but nice place to live than a tourist destination

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >What about Curitiba, would that be worth a stop?
                As a foreigner that traveled there, I'd skip it, it's more of a boring but nice place to live than a tourist destination

                is right. Big cities in Brazil, besides Rio, are mostly skippable. It's more about nature, small old colonial towns. Perhaps Salvador and Recife are worth a few days each. The former was the first brazilian capital. But besides those cities, the best to do here is visiting places like Foz do Iguaçu (for the falls), the Amazon, Jalapão, Pantanal...

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is the bunda really off the charts there? I've always wondered if its a meme and other South American countries are actually better sightseeing for an ass man

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I recomend you going with only carry-on.

    If they plant you drugs in your suitcase brazilian prisons are no joke.

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    don't bother

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    How SighSee do I have to be to score lots of bunda?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Less fit than the us.

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >what should I prepare
    prepare to speak portugues
    i was in brazil for a month and half in may. Going back in 3 days

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Where did you go on your last trip? What were your experiences? I’m assuming they were positive considering you’re going back? I’ve been trying to learn Portuguese, hopefully I can have the basics down by the time I leave.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Last trip I went to sao paulo, rio, ilha grande, petropolis, natal, pipa, and fortaleza. I think that was it. I'm just going back to Fortaleza this time because my gf family lives there and we are getting married. It was an awesome experience but I definitely wouldn't have made the most of it if my gf didn't speak portugues

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          What were your experiences in terms of safety? I guess it helped that you were with a Brazilian but what was the overall vibe in the streets? Was it easy to discern between dodgier areas and safe ones? The stuff you read online makes it seem like you can’t let your guard down anywhere.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            If you are going to mostly touristy nice areas it's totally safe. I didn't go clubbing, or to bars. Mainly just museums, malls, parks and stuff. I wouldn't take my phone out openly on crowded streets only in stores, or if there is no one around you and it's only for a moment like a picture. You should be able to make use of uber everywhere. It's only like $2 a ride usually.
            The most sketchy area was probably some food place I saw on google maps that was high rated but it was down an alley. Our uber was like nah i'll take you somewhere else this is sketchy, or after a football match because it was dark and just people everywhere

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    going to search for bunda in a week, without counting hotels I'm taking with me 500 u$d for 10 days, should I bring more money? (ill be in rio btw)

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Where’s the best place to be situated so that I can walk from my hotel to brothels and restaurants.

    I don’t wanna “island hop” so some favela kid shoots off my hand and takes my iPhone with his rusty revolver from the 60s. Where do I go to just maintain a 6x6 block radius of brothers and restaurants so I can coom and eat in peace

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Copacabana

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Go back to Medellin you Black person

  9. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    you wont have any problems finding women as a gringo (also she might has a dick)
    but brazil is full of insecure poorgays with nothing to lose so watch where you tread

  10. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why do sex tourist homosexuals have to ruin every single thread on this board?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      because they dont actually go anywhere; they're just here to listen to each others larp stories to jerk off to

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      because they dont actually go anywhere; they're just here to listen to each others larp stories to jerk off to

      You autistic virgins seethe about this shit more than actual women do

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        right - because we're autistic for not wanting to listen to you derail every thread with your made up sex stories about banging some 6/10 lady boy in some backwater country

  11. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Unless I haven't noticed something spectacular happening there lately, you couldn't offer me enough to visit that country.

  12. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm a hypocrite for saying this since I went to Tokyo, but don't fricking go to Rio nor São Paulo, the stuff there is incredibly overpriced, designed to be tourist traps and extremely unsafe for both tourists and Brazilians alike (highest crime rates in the country). There are tons of other extremely pretty locations to visit in Brazil for fractions of the price. Don't fricking go to Rio or São Paulo!!!

  13. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Btw Brazilians do use CPF for almost everything related to payments nowadays. If you don't have your card in hand you can use your CPF for Pix (free of tax payment). Anything that requires you to sign up will ask for CPF. Check ins in hotels probably won't in tourist trap spots, but most likely will in other cities.

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