BRAZILIAN CITIZENS VISITING PORTUGAL
TRAVEL INFO AND ETIAS REQUIREMENTS
An ETIAS authorisation will be required for every Brazilian citizen for short-stay period in Portugal starting from 2021.
A valid passport is required to enter Portugal. All tourists entering Portuguese territory from another (Schengen country) are exempted from presenting their passports to Portuguese authorities. In this case, a national identity card is the only document needed.
The passport and other travel documents accepted for entry must be valid for a minimum of 3 months beyond the period of intended stay. All the Passports (or equivalent travel documents) issued more than ten years before the date of travel, may not be accepted.
A Schengen visa is mandatory for all nationals of Brazil who stay in the country for a period greater than 90 days.
For short stay visits (less than 90 days within a period of 180 days), the visitors are exempted from obtaining a valid Schengen visa.
An ETIAS authorisation will become a mandatory requirement for every Brazilian citizen starting from 2021.
ETIAS will have a validity of five years, and it can be used for an unlimited number of entries.
Portuguese custom regulates and blocks the importing of several dangerous items such as weapons (the traveler must hold a valid European Firearm Pass), legal and illegal drugs.
Goods can be imported into Portuguese territory following the mandatory limits regulated by the government:
If arriving from a non-EU country:
- Tobacco: Cigarettes (200), cigars (50), loose tobacco (250g).
- Alcohol: 1L of spirits with more than 22% alcohol by volume (1L), light liquor (2L), wine (4L), beer (16L).
- Perfume: Perfume (50g) and of eau de toilette (0.25L)
If arriving from an EU Member State:
- Tobacco: Cigarettes (800), cigarillos (400), cigars (200), smoking tobacco (1kg).
- Alcohol: Spirits over 22% (10L), fortified wine or spirits up to 22% (20L), wine (90L), beer (110L).
Money Amounts of over €10,000 (or equivalent in foreign currencies) in cash or travelers' cheques must be declared at the point of entry or exit of the EU. Visitors entering Portugal with a one-way ticket and not having sufficient funds to purchase a return ticket might be refused to enter.
Unaccompanied nationals of Portugal or alien individuals below the age of 18 and cannot leave Portugal without a travel authorisation requested by the parents or the legal guardians.
The travel authorisation required for leaving Portugal is not mandatory to enter, although, that same authorisation used on departure may be considered to prove the assumption of responsibility for the minors.
List of Brazilian diplomatic offices in Portugal
Consulate General of Brazil in Porto, Portugal
Address: Av. de Franca, 20 - 1e, 4050-275 Porto, Portugal
Phone: (+351) 22 608 4070
Fax: (+351) 22 608 4089
Office Hours: 09:00 - 18:00
Details: Mr Carlos Augusto Rego Santos Neves - Consul General
Consulate General of Brazil in Faro, Portugal
Honorary Consulate of Brazil in Albufeira, Portugal
Address: Vilamoura Jardim e Centro de Negecios e Servieos Rua Melvin Jones, Volta do Gaio, 8125-502 Vilamoura, Portugal
Phone: (+351) 289 381 550 / 1, (+351) 280 381 556 / 7
Fax: (+351) 289 301 279
Details: Reinaldo Manuel Bernardo Teixeira - Consul
Embassy of Brazil in Lisbon, Portugal
Honorary Consulate of Brazil in Ponta Delgada, Portugal
Address: Rua de Santa Luzia 7/11, 9500-114 Ponta Delgada, Portugal
Phone: (+351) 296 205 385
Fax: (+351) 296 286 988
Details: Catarina Lebens Cymbron - Consul
List of Portuguese diplomatic offices in Brazil
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