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When we asked people living in Brazil about club and activities where newcomers can meet others, they responded...

"Expats living in Brazil often join international clubs, such as ExpatBrazil, to meet other expats and like-minded people. They also join language and cultural exchange groups, which offer activities such as language classes, book clubs, movie nights, and cooking classes. Additionally, they may join sports teams, local choirs, or community gardens, or join meetup groups related to their hobbies and interests. Meeting people while living in Brazil can also be done by attending any of the many concerts, dances, or carnivals, or by simply exploring local bars, restaurants, and parks," remarked another expat who made the move to Brazil.

"International Newcomers, wonderful start if you don't know the language at all. Most nationalities have their own clubs and organizations; huge expat community. Excellent schools. Very busy social diary if that's what you want, otherwise enjoy the best part of Brazil: the Brazilians," explained one expat living in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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