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"As a frequent visitor to Brazil the Footprint Guidebook is definitely my first choice of guide." Consumer review "This book was my definitive guide to Brazil and I definitely could not have done without it on my trip." Consumer review "My friend and I took three books with us on our beach and carnival trip to Brazil [...] Footprint was more honest, more informative, far more knowledgeable about the local culture." Consumer review


·         Expert authors Alex & Gardenia Robinson have travelled extensively throughout the country researching our new edition of Brazil

·         Comprehensive coverage of all the country’s attractions, from the beaches of Rio to the Amazon rainforest

·         Extensive, reliable listings and advice to help you choose the right hotel, restaurant, festival or tour guide

·         In-depth background section to help you understand the country’s history, culture, people and politics


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Buy an older edition or the new Lonely Planet 3. Juli 2014
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I've lived in Brazil for two years, traveling to 12 states along with neighboring Colombia, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Argentina. Information on some places can be spotty, so I value travel books. Footprint guides are particularly useful for border crossing logistics. Unfortunately I cannot recommend the newest Footprint Brazil book.

Over 150 pages have been removed compared to the last (7th) edition. Some examples from places I have visited this year. The section on Joinville, SC has been gutted entirely, while most of the information on Goiânia, Campo Grande, and northern Espírito Santo state has disappeared. The coverage of major tourist attractions is also much more limited than what is offered in the Lonely Planet.

But, it is an updated edition, right? Unfortunately a lot of the border logistics are also completely wrong. For the Leticia, Colombia border crossing, the book mentions an agency dissolved in 2011, that you can get passport entry/exit stamps at the migration office in the middle of town, and that "tourist cards" are required. The only place you can get passport stamps is at the migration office at the airport -- and aside from a tourist landing tax at the airport no other fees are required. For Pedro Juan Caballero, Paraguay, the book provides wrong locations for consulates and the Brazilian Polícia Federal. For Salto del Guairá, Paraguay, it mentions a ferry that operates off and on, but not a ~bridge~ across the river that has been open for almost 20 years. It also fails to include the third major bridge between Argentina and Brazil (São Borja - Santo Tomé), useful for people visiting the Jesuit missions, instead covering a ferry service that is in danger of losing its Brazilian immigration police presence, which would require travelers to go out of their way to legally enter or exit Brazil. It says the major Chui/Chuy, Uruguay border crossing has been closed since 2006 (it's still open!). And these were problems I found in just 20 minutes.

Unfortunately I bought the book in Brazil, so can't easily return it. Is it good for a "second opinion?" Not really -- it has much more limited information than the Lonely Planet, with information that is clearly years out of date that was never updated. Instead I would recommend buying an older edition of the Footprint for the additional coverage/another opinion. Why pay more for this edition with old information and the 150 cut pages? Hopefully the new Rough Guide will be a better alternative to the Lonely Planet.
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