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Arriving to Brazil

Consulates and Police

There is a smartphone application created by the Government of the State of São Paulo that provides the addresses of Consulates in São Paulo, and also the addresses and telephone numbers of the Tourist Police of São Paulo. The application provides information in English and in Portuguese.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=br.com.ssp.ui
https://itunes.apple.com/br/app/unidades-consulares/id891682548?mt=8

App Consulados / Consulates

Embassies and Consulates

In case you need assistance from your government representative in Brazil, it is useful to keep at hand the phone number of the Brazilian Embassy or Consulate of your country. All foreign embassies are located in the Brazilian capital, Brasília. Some of the Brazilian major cities have Consulates that may help foreign citizens in case of need. 

You can find a list of Embassies and Consulates in Brazil, with information about their phone numbers, web sites, email addresses and physical addresses, at these web pages:

http://www.itamaraty.gov.br/en/foreign-missions-in-brazil

http://embassy.goabroad.com/embassies-in/brazil

Travel insurance emergency phone number

You have probably paid for travel insurance (if you did not, think about it, please!). Your travel insurance contract will contain a phone number and other ways of obtaining help if you have any health problem, accident, legal problem, police problem and other situations. Keep at hand the phone number of your travel insurance service, please.

Credit card emergency phone numbers

If your credit card is lost or stolen, you can make a free call to report what happened. The main phone lines for the major credit cards are:
American Express – 0800 785050
MasterCard and Visa – 0800 784456
Diners Club – 0800 784444

You can call those numbers from any Brazilian city.

Police and emergency phone numbers in Brazil

Public Utility Services all over Brazil use a 3 digit telephone number beginning with 1. All cities use the same emergency numbers. The most important of these numbers are:
190: Military Police
192: Ambulance
193: Firefighters
194: Federal Police

The telephone number 190 (Military Police) is the most widely used number for emergencies. The 190 emergency service will transfer the call to the respective service based on the nature of emergency.

In the major Brazilian cities (including São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro) the 190 emergency service will be able to provide assistance in English and Spanish. Foreign visitors should, however, prefearably use the Tourist Police in case they need any help. 

Tourist Police in Brazil

Tourist Police

At both airports of São Paulo (Guarulhos and Congonhas) and at both Rio de Janeiro airports (Galeão and Santos Dumont) there are Tourist Police precints.

Tourist Police in São Paulo (DEATUR):

The São Paulo Tourist Police (Delegacia Especializada em Atendimento ao Turista, DEATUR) can be contacted at 011-3120-4447 and 011-3151-4167 .

Av. Sao Luis 92, Centro
Phone 011-3214-0209

Rua Sao Bento 380, Centro
Phone 011-3107-5642 or 011-3107-8332

Rua da Consolação, 247 Centro 
Phone 011-3257-4475 or 011-3151-4167;

São Paulo International Airport, Guarulhos – Cumbica:
Phone 011-2611-2686;

São Paulo Congonhas Airport
Phone 011-5090-9032 or 011-5090-9043 or 011-5090-9041 or 011-5090-9038

Rua da Cantareira, 390 - Centro (close to the Mercado Municipal)
Phone 011-3120-4417

Parque Anhembi - Pavilhão de Exposições do Anhembi
Phone 011-2226-0664

Tourist Police in Rio de Janeiro (DEAT):

Av. Afranio de Melo Franco, 159, Leblon
Phone 021-2332-2924 or 021-
3399-7170

DEATUR Congonhas airport


ISHPSSB & ABFHiB 2017 Meeting   
International Society for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB)   
Associação Brasileira de Filosofia e História da Biologia (ABFHiB)   
São Paulo, Brazil, 16 to 21 July, 2017   
Email: ISHPSSB.2017@gmail.com 
 


São Paulo, Brazil
16 to 21 July, 2017

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