0s 10 souvenirs mais legais para levar do Brasil

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Depois de compartilhar 20 coisas que todo estrangeiro deveria fazer no Brasil, muitos leitores me perguntaram que souvenirs são legais para levar do Brasil. Claro que não há souvenir melhor que as lembranças dos momentos vividos durante a viagem e as fotos tiradas, mas para quem quer mais do que esses, seguem algumas ideias abaixo.

Como brasileira, muitas vezes me pego comprando souvenirs quando visito o Brasil para os amigos aqui da Alemanha. Opções não faltam, os souvenirs variam de coisas úteis e inúteis, decorativas, pesadas e leves, criativas, comuns e até mesmo estilosas. No entanto, como brasileira, acredito que esses são os souvenirs mais legais para levar do Brasil, os quais representam o país e são provavelmente os mais populares entre os turistas:

Uma rede

Um dos souvenirs mais legais e úteis para se ter do Brasil, isso se no local de destino der para armar uma, pois em muitos países pode ser complicado. Encontradas em diferentes cores e estilos, as melhores são as artesanais, que podem ser encontradas nos mercados centrais, especialmente na região Nordeste.

Uma estátua do Cristo Redentor

Até mesmo os brasileiros que visitam o Rio de Janeiro provavelmente têm uma em casa. Seja uma miniatura ou de maior porte, de vidro até madeira, o principal símbolo do Brasil é produzido e vendido em uma variedade suficiente para agradar a todos os gostos e bolsos.

Fita do Nosso Senhor do Bonfim

As tradicionais fitas, para quem não sabe, foram criadas por volta de 1809 e possuem uma história bem interessante. Elas possuem 47cm de comprimento, a mesma medida do braço da estátua de Jesus encontrada na igreja mais famosa da Bahia, a de Nosso Senhor do Bonfim, em Salvador. A princípio era usada no pescoço, mas nos anos 60 passou a ser comumente usada no pulso.

As fitinhas de algodão com a frase “Lembrança do Senhor do Bonfim – Bahia”, possuem cores diferentes, cada uma representa um orixá. A fita deve ser enrolada no pulso duas vezes, depois deverão ser atados 3 nós. Para cada nó, um pedido deve ser feito e guardado em segredo, diz a lenda que até o desgaste natural da fita, os pedidos serão realizados.

Havaianas

Souvenirs do Brasil

O Brasil é casa das tão famosas sandálias Havaianas, conhecida pelo mundo afora. Claro que na terrinha elas são mais baratas e encontradas em maior variedade, já na Europa são bem caras, mas quem as conhece, ama. Sem dúvida uma ótima lembrança do Brasil, sempre que visito, trago pelo menos um par para mim e tenho que atender aos pedidos dos amigos também.

Um biquíni/sunga

O Brasil é um dos países mais famosos por roupa de praia, especialmente quando o assunto é biquíni. Como uma brasileira morando no exterior e tendo viajado à muitos países, devo dizer que para mim não há biquíni melhor que o brasileiro. Seja para dar de presente a alguém ou para você mesmo (claro, porque sabemos que há leitores de outros países de língua portuguesa por aqui), um biquíni para as meninas ou uma sunga para os meninos são um ótimo souvenir do Brasil.

Uma canga

Souvenirs do Brasil

Imagem: Lojas Renner

Acessório famoso também entre os brasileiros, a canga, encontrada em diversas cores e estampas, podem ser compradas em lojas de moda de praia, bem como nas praias e nos mercados centrais. Bem tradicionais da região Nordeste, elas são ótimos souvenirs para os turistas.

Uma camisa oficial da seleção

Por que não? Não é por termos perdido de 7×1 da Alemanha que comprar a camisa da seleção como souvenir é uma má ideia. Afinal de contas, ainda somos os melhores do mundo, o único com 5 estrelas na camisa!

Uma pintura

Com tantos artistas locais, famosos e desconhecidos, há tantas pinturas lindas do Brasil sendo vendida em galerias de arte, nas praias ou nos mercados. Um dos souvenirs mais lindos para levar do Brasil, sem contar no incentivo aos pintores locais.

Cachaça

Souvenirs do Brasil

A bebida típica brasileira, base da famosa caipirinha, cachaça é uma ótima ideia como souvenir. Há tantas opções no mercado que chega a ser difícil escolher uma, algumas possuem uma embalagem diferente, outras são edições limitadas, mas para quem busca algo mais especial, veja as melhores cachaças do Brasil aqui.

Um kit de caipirinha

Souvenirs do Brasil

Imagem: Shoptime

Famosa mundialmente, a caipirinha tem muitos fãs por aí afora, e para os que amam o drink, esse é um ótimo souvenir. Original, útil e bem brasileiro, é preparando uma e lembrando do Brasil! Tim, tim!

 

About Allane

Brasileira morando na Alemanha. Casada com o W., mãe de uma menina linda e de um Golden Retriever. Viajante, escritora, fotógrafa, mergulhadora, apreciadora de vinhos, fã de Fórmula 1, viciada em ler livros de ficção histórica e juvenil. City girl, amante da natureza, alguém que acredita em um mundo melhor, uma pequena mudança por vez.

  • Gin

    Awww difficult to pick up my favourite picture of Enzzo ! He is so cuuuute

  • Allane this is so fascinating to have Enzzo along with you and go around almost all the public places, right from cafe to park to the malls…I just cannot think of such friendly environment in my city. This speaks volume of the city Munich and the administrator…I can see Enzzo is totally aligned with the lifestyle of the city and the look at every picture is truly adorable…especially the one in front of Nymphenburg Palace.

    Have a lovely week ahead…
    😀

    • Thank you so much Nihar 😀
      Yes, this is something I love about Munich, how it’s so pet friendly! Back in Brazil I couldn’t take Enzzo around with me, my country is still not so pet friendly, but I hope this will change someday 😀
      Enzzo enjoys our walks, for him what matters is that he with his pack, and I find that pretty cool haha.

      I wish you a wonderful week too 😀

  • hahaha so happy to know that!! 😀 Im sure he/she will love it!!

  • Thank you so much dear 😀

  • haha thank you 😀

  • hahaha thank you so much dear 😀
    I am crazy about him, and he is such a great travel company. I have so much fun with him!!
    True, I don’t think your cats will like sightseeing with you hahaha

  • It is!! I love this about Munich, and I think Enzzo does too 😀
    I know right? Me too, I’m always afraid someone will step on his paws and tail. Besides, he always gets a bit stressed out when there is a lot going on on the streets, so I like our calm walks 😀
    I hope Dante is enjoying his new town!

  • Awnnnn thank you so much!! So happy to know that 😀

  • Awwnn thank you so much!! We’d be happy to stop by one of these days for sure. That’s really kind of you 😀

  • Ah I keep begging Franz to let me have a puppy! I’d love to travel with my dog! And my little Sabrina is in the States and getting old so I didn’t want to bring her here. Plus she gets really depressed when she is alone from other dogs! I live vicariously through your puppy travels!

    • Awnnn I really hope sometime you guys get a puppy! Sorry about Sabrina, you mentioned her before and I’ve seen photos of her (she is sooooo cute). I think it was the right decision not to bring her along as she’s already getting old, it’s such a long way and the trip is so stressful 🙁 I don’t think I would put Enzzo on a plane again… he is now 8 and already feeling the age.

  • although I don’t have a dog and to be honest I’m a bit afraid of them, I understand the importance of living in a pet freindly city (Athens is not that friendly I have to admit). It’s nice to have parks, and places to walk your dog as well as cafes and restaurants which accept dogs!

    • Ohh really? You should meed Enzzo, it would definitely help you with your fear… he is way too kind, calm and he is afraid of everything, even cats 😀
      I think cities (at least here in Europe) are becoming more pet friendly with time, I’m happy for that, because I like to able to take Enzzo everywhere with me 😀

  • Smidge

    Ha! What a great post & what a gorgeous dog

  • Awnn I understand. Before moving to Europe, Enzzo was afraid of trucks, buses, anything too noisy, it was only with time and step by step that he got used to a city life. I think for me what’s more important is to be with us, he hates when we have to leave him at home 😀

  • hahaha no, don’t worry, he has soooo much fur that he liked to lie down on the snow 😀
    And I always need to watch out when we are near the water during winter, because he always wants to jump in!! Crazy! 😀

  • hahaha thank you dear 😀

  • Such a cute post, aww! He sure knows how to rock that Christmas scarf too, hehe!

    • hahaha he loved this scarf, every time we were going out he was grabbing it as to say: “aren’t you going to put it on?” hahaha

  • Kathleen (Kat)

    I shared this post with my aunts and cousins because they absolutely love dogs – they ooh-ed and ahh-ed over Enzzo! He’s such a good looking dog 🙂 #MondayEscapes

  • Enzzo is sooo Cute!! What a great idea for a post – love seeing him in all the different locales!

  • Thank you Jessica 😀
    I know right? Coming from Brazil I had the same thought as you, in my country dogs aren’t really allowed almost anywhere 🙁
    Here is pretty cool, I love taking him everywhere with me!

  • hahaha thank you dear 😀 yesss he is!! I love photographing him!

  • Thank you dear 😀

  • That’s sooo cool Amber!! Yes, come to Munich, I hope it will a success and fun for all of you 😀
    I love traveling with Enzzo, gives an extra fun to the trip!

  • hahaha awesomee 😀

  • hahaha yess, I do take him everywhere! I only try to avoid very busy places as it can be a bit stressing, but normally I take him wherever I go 😀
    I know right? I looove the doggie feel selfie 😀

  • hahaha thank you dear 😀

  • Ohhh really? 🙁 Well, in Australia things are better than in Brazil though. In Brazil things are progressing very slowly in this matter. Here in Europe most countries are very pet friendly and I’m very glad about it 😀

  • Thank you dear 😀 hahaha

  • Thank you Christine!! I think Germany in general is very pet friendly… I never took him to the UK, but I know other European countries are very dog friendly too, like Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia 😀

  • hahah yess!! And in fact, the whole country is like that 😀
    Yes, you do have to take you labradoodle to visit Germany someday!
    Thank you dear, happy that you liked the photos!

  • I love that you have a dog and 2 kids 😀
    Whenever we travel by car we take him along, if not, we always leave him at a dog hotel we trust very much 😀 but I certainly prefer taking him, it’s always hard to leave him behind 🙁
    haha thank you dear, I will tell him your compliment about the scarf… he loves wearing it! haha

  • Thank you Tracey!! Awwwwnn yes, get one 😀 It’s so much fun traveling with them!!

  • Thank you dear 😀

  • Thank you 😀
    hahaha yes, here they can go basically anywhere, and when they cannot enter, you can leave him outside for a few minutes 😀

  • Thank you dear 😀 hahaha yaay, someone is thinking about getting a pup! 😀

  • Thank you Tanja 😀

  • Oh the photos of Enzzo are just adorable Allane 🙂 He looks so happy to be showing us all around Munich! I think it’s great that Europe in general is a lot more dog friendly than here in Australia – certainly we can’t take our pet schnoodle Winston into as many places. There is 1 local cafe he can go to as long as we sit at the 1 outdoor table allocated for dogs! Winston would have loved visiting Munich with us last year but alas it was too far to bring him so he had to stay back home with the pet sitter and Duchess the cat!

    • Thank you so much Rosemary! Sad that Australia isn’t as pet friendly as Europe. Brazil it’s just the same, you can’t take your dog practically anywhere, but sometimes I believe this is mainly because dogs in Brasil aren’t well trained and polite as here in Europe. Coming from Brazil Enzzo certainly had to change a lot to adapt around here. It took some work on both of us, but it was all worth it 😀
      Yes, it would be too far for Winston to come to Europe… better to stay at home and wait for your return 😀

  • hahaha 😀

  • hahahaa awwwwnnn do it 😀

  • Awwwnn really? That’s sooo nice to know. I hope you guys will have fun in the city and that this post helps you to plan your stay 😉 enjoy!

  • You’re most welcome 😀