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Rate: Rate: 3.7326
R$2,799.45inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.7075
R$2,780.63inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.7074
R$2,780.55inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.6803
R$2,760.23inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.6409
R$2,716.15inc. £3.99 delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.6433
R$2,714.44inc. £4.95 delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.6037
R$2,702.78inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.5776
R$2,683.20inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.5682
R$2,676.15inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.5980
R$2,673.35inc. £6.99 delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.5642
R$2,673.15inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.5461
R$2,659.58Collection only
Rate: Rate: 3.5013
R$2,625.98inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.5005
R$2,625.38inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.4862
R$2,614.65inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.4653
R$2,598.98inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.4597
R$2,594.78inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.4300
R$2,572.50inc. FREE delivery
Rate: Rate: 3.4283
R$2,571.23inc. FREE delivery

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7 Day Exchange Rate History

Over the past week the Brazilian Real has dropped by 0.34% from last Thursday's rate of 3.7452 to today's rate of 3.7326 which means £750 will buy you R$9.45 less now than it would have a week ago. During this period the best rate we recorded was 3.7476 on Sunday and the worst rate was 3.7271 on Tuesday.

90 Day Exchange Rate History

The 90 day outlook has seen the Brazilian Real rate drop by 8.64% from 4.0854 on 25th November 2016 to 3.7326 today. Based on these figures, £750 would have bought you R$264.60 more three months ago that it would have today. We recorded a high rate of 4.2938 on 2nd December 2016 and a low rate of 3.6881 on 14th January 2017.

We are accredited partners of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) Travel Aware campaign which provides official government advice for British travellers heading abroad.

The FCO release travel alerts containing important information for travellers to any countries where the safety or security of British citizens may be at risk.

Travel Aware

Travel advice has been updated for Brazil within the past week

Updated: 17th February 2017
Latest update: Summary – a police strike in the state of Espirito Santo has led to increased street violence, particularly in the city of Vitória; you should take extra care and monitor local media for updates and advice; you should avoid all demonstrations and follow the advice of the local authorities; tourist police in Rio de Janeiro are not currently issuing police reports due to the pay dispute; if you need to report a stolen passport or other item, please contact the British Consulate for advice

Read the full update

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