Native from that beautiful country across the Atlantic Ocean, Renan checked out Coimbra for us in search of places where you can get a cheaper insight than by buying a flight and for all Brazilian exchange students places to keep them up when overwhelmed by homesickness.
Here are some tips to where we all
can find some Brazilian way of life here in Coimbra.
– It’s a classical
place to find ‘churrasco’, a delicacy from the south of
– Nothing can
be more typical than a restaurant with Brazil in its name and placed
in the Brazil Street.
Where? Rua do
– This is a famous
place in Coimbra, installed in 1928, closed its doors in ’55 and re-opened for us to enjoy their fantastic coffees!
Where? Rua Ferreira Borges 124
– It’s a group for
Brazilian researchers here in Coimbra, where you can go and find all
the help a Brazilian may need, and also they have an overview on
Brazilian's activities here at university.
Where? Rua da Ilha 1
Further you can check out the website for the Ano do Brasil em Portugal for all kinds of events connected with Brazil, its culture or its relation to the former "mother country" Portugal