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Best place to party in brazil

This is what you must know before partying in Brazil  July 19, 2017 – 09:02 am
Nightlife in Florianopolis, Brazil: Samba, cachaca, party on the

No one arrives on time. Never. Ever. Arriving at 10pm at a party is the best way to announce your gringoness. Also, Brazilians tend to party until late. Get ready to arrive around 11:30pm and leave after 4am.

2. Beer

The rule for beer and most beverages is very simple: the colder, the better. Brazilians drink ice-cold beer. Mainstream brands all taste the same, but it’s been increasingly easier to find local brews, especially in the South / Southeast states. Give it a try.

3. Liquor

The sugarcane distilled cachaça is mandatory. It can be heaven or hell, depending on the quantity and quality. If you’re not used to it, play it cool because a cachaça hangover is hell. Also, it’s interesting to know a drink is only a caipirinha if it’s made with cachaça, lemon, sugar, and ice. Any variation is something else: a caipiroska is the same drink made with vodka, a batida is a drink made with tropical fruits, etc. In some places, you may bump into a drink named the capeta, made with a whole lot of dangerously sweet, you-dun-want-that-in-your-blood stuff. The name translates as “devil.” Just don’t.

4. Dressing

Brazil isn’t about modesty. At all. Although the relaxed carioca tropical elegance epitomizes Brazilian good taste (think loose dresses / pants with cool graphics, original jewelry with local semiprecious stones, discreet makeup, elaborate shoes), that’s not for everyone. From north to south, girls will go for insanely tight / short stuff with high heels, a lot of makeup, etc. And who am I to judge? This is a free country, and women and men, fit and fat, young and old, will show as much skin as they want, when they want, how they want. Respect.

5. Dancing

We’ll spot a gringo once he / she hits the dance floor. It’s all right. Having fun is deeply appreciated around here. Go with the flow and enjoy. But it’s ok also not to be comfortable with some of the more, say, erotic dances that may happen when rhythms such as Rio funk and are playing. If you’re not into it, never mind — it’s time to get a drink.


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