Brazilians in London
Are you a Brazilian living in London? Are you someone looking to experience Brazilian culture in the capital? If so here is where you will find everything related to Brazil in London, including food, restaurants, bars, events and community groups.
England brought football to Brazil but in return Brazilians have brought their fun spirit, passion and flair to London.
Estimated Population of Brazilians in London: Estimated 60,000
Main Areas for Brazilian Expats: Bayswater, Elephand and Castle, Vauxhall, Stockwell, Willesden
Brazilian Embassy: 32 Green Street, London W1K 7AT, Ph: 0207 399 9000
Up-Coming Events/Celebrations: November - Latin American Film Festival
Famous London Stranger: Charles William Miller was born in Brazil, raised in England and then returned to Brazil at the age of 20. He is the person that is believed to have introduced Football to Brazil!
Brazilian Community in London: The Brazilian community in London is huge which means expats have access to everything accept beautiful beaches and weather (with the exception of 3 days a year). London has a strong Latin American flavour particularly in areas such as Bayswater, Vauxhall and Elephant and Castle so those that are homesick should be able to find comfort or a place to party like Brazilians do.
To keep up to date with the Brazilian community in London, follow London Latinos on Facebook.
Brazilian Bars and Restaurants in London
Floripa Floripa is a restaurant,bar and live music venue located in Shoreditch. Serving typical Brazilian cocktails and dishes, it is a great place to head out for a fun and unique experience.
Bar Rumba Is a Brazilian style club that plays mainstream club music in Piccadilly. Every week they host a comedy club, and they have recently started an open mic night.
Brazilian Services in London
Leros: Monthly lifestyle magazine for Brazilians living in London in Portuguese language.
Brazilian Community Groups/Associations in London
Canning House: Cultural centre for the Latin American community in the UK running a range of exhibitions and events to help closen the relationship between the two countries.
Latin American Film Festival: Annual Film festival showing the best of Latin American film.
Anglo-Brazilian Society: Run a range of cultural events with money raised being provided to Brazilian charities.
Revival Church: (London, Woking, Hounslow)