Editorial + Bossa


Four years on and we’ve arrived at issue number 9 of Bossa Brazil Magazine, the only bilingual magazine (English-Portuguese) distributed free of charge in London!

Our team takes great pleasure and pride in researching all the latest goings on and interesting editorial for our loyal readership! Every article is carefully curated to ensure you receive a magazine bursting with positivity and relevant content. Let’s take a look at what we have for you this time around…

This edition’s feature story seeks to discover why Brazil is affectionately known as the “Tropical Country”. Obviously, there’s more to it than just climate, so find out what makes this huge country such a treasured destiny among travellers throughout the world.

Speaking of tourism, this edition is pleased to announce a new section, Specialised Tourism, which profiles destinations specific to particular activities or occasions, such as honeymoons, weddings, cycling, adventure, wine tours, cooking classes and much more! To launch this new feature, we transport readers to the charming region of Veneto in Italy, an area perfect for romantic getaways and cycling trips. We also report all the latest updates from the airlines that operate routes between Brazil and the UK, and visit the picturesque state of Ceará, which, with its natural beauty and cultural riches, help give this edition a special shine.

Our regular sections, Brazilians & Brits That Rock! and My London, point readers toward some fascinating days out in London, as well as all the information about upcoming Brazilian and British music events in London.

We also cover a number of unique events, organised by VBRATA (Visit Brazil Travel, Cultural and Business Association), that seek to promote Brazil in London and across Europe this summer.

And since we’re celebrating Brazilian culture, we’ll tell you all you need to know about the third edition of the London Caip Fest, which takes place in late June. Once again, the public will have their chance to vote online and elect the city’s Best Caipirinha, Best Bartender, Best Restaurant, among several other categories. The festival, created in 2017, expanded its footprint into Europe last year and we’re pleased to confirm that Madrid will stage its second CaipFest later this summer, and that Italy has decided to join the party too—2019 will be marked by the very first Milano CaipFest. Brazil’s vibrant culture continues to captivate new audiences, taking its cocktails, food, tourism and customs to the four corners of the world!

And there’s more to tickle your taste buds: we have an irresistible recipe from Brazilian Chef Luciana Berry, a mouth-watering mix for a “sparkling” caipirinha, and an article about Brazil’s most famous finger foods—inspiration (and hunger) is all but guaranteed!

What’s more, you’ll find more engaging content about pets, fashion, swimming, beauty, weather and interesting facts about Brazil… We have everything you need right here.

Until next time, happy reading!


Glauco Chris Fuzinatto

Publisher / Managing Editor


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BBMAG is the only London-based bilingual publication specialised in Brazilian and Latin American lifestyle. BBMag is free to all UK based readers ensuring that all our sponsors and advertisers benefit from 100% awareness to our given distribution audience made up of governments and establishments, industry organisations, bars and restaurants, arts centres, schools, cinemas, theatres, shows, festivals, events’ venues and many more...