Welcome to Caminho Language Centre’s blog. Here you will find articles about studying the Portuguese language, the city of Rio de Janeiro, Portuguese tips for grammar and popular carioca expressions, the school’s events and much more. Follow our latest posts and immerse in the Brazilian vibe with us.



25 Nov

Rio starts selling tickets for the biggest Ferris wheel in Latin America »

Buy tickets to visit Latin America's biggest Ferris Wheel, situated in Rio de Janeiro. The attraction opens on December 6th 2019.

14 Oct

  • By Amanda Ennes
  • In Brazil
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Tourist Visa for Brazil – How to get and extend it »

In this article, we provide you with all information needed about tourist visa for Brazil.

26 Aug

Are you dreaming about traveling across South America? »

Sarah is a former student of Caminhos Language Centre who travels the world with her partner.

Winter Program 2019 – a sparkling in life »

Read more about Bianca Peixoto's experience volunteering with Mais Caminhos in 2019.

Hidden Gems in Rio de Janeiro »

Check the cool stories and photos Cyrus shared with Caminhos about his experience in Rio de Janeiro.

14 Aug

The word ‘mesmo’ – usage and meanings in Portuguese | Lesson 16 »

The word 'mesmo' has several meanings in Portuguese. Let's look at some examples and study each concept of the word.

05 Aug

How to rent and use a bike-share system in Rio de Janeiro »

Rent a bike in Rio de Janeiro using a bike-share system and come to the Portuguese school by bike, enjoying the view and exercising for a cheap price.

01 Aug

Difference between verbs Achar and Pensar in Portuguese | Lesson 15 »

In this lesson, we are learning the difference between verbs 'achar' and 'pensar' in Portuguese.

29 Jul

Differences between Por and Para in Portuguese | Lesson 14 »

In this Portuguese lessons, we are learning the differences between prepositions Por and Para in Portuguese.

10 Jul

Trazer and Levar in Portuguese (To bring) | Lesson 13 »

In this lesson, we are learning the differences between verbs Trazer and Levar in Portuguese.