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Embassy of Brazil in México City

The Brazilian Embassy in Mexico City is in Lomas de Chapultepec. The embassy houses the diplomatic mission in a traditional old mansion but most travelers need the other office. It’s roughly a 30-minute walk between the two buildings in Lomas. A taxi will cover the trip in a few minutes.

Consular Services for Brazilian citizens, and those looking to visit Brazil, are provided at:

• General Consulate of Brazil
• Torre Óptima 3, Av. Paseo de las Palmas 405,
• Col. Lomas de Chapultepec III Secc, Alc Miguel Hidalgo, 11000 CDMX
• Phone: +52 55 4160 3953

Diplomatic relations between Brazil and Mexico were first established in the early 19th century. During the 1860s, the two countries were the only Latin American countries ruled by monarchs: Emperor Pedro II in Brazil and Emperor Maximilian I in Mexico.

Relations were suspended during the Mexican Revolution, but re-established in 1920. By 1922, both countries upgraded their diplomatic missions to full embassies. Today both countries are co-signers of multiple bilateral agreements. and have an important commercial relationship. Brazil’s main exports to Mexico include goods for the steel industry as well as vehicles and parts. Mexico’s main exports include motor vehicles and parts. Brazil is Mexico’s biggest Latin American trade partner and the eighth biggest among all trade partners in the world.

Mexico has consular offices in both Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo in addition to the embassy in Brasilia.

Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Consular Services:

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