On The Way to Innovation: Pharmaceutical/Analytical Technology, Regulation and Knowledge Management

Travel to Sao Paulo

Attendees traveling to CPSA Brazil will want to arrive into the Guarulhos International Airport (GRU).

Transportation to and from the Airport:

The Club Transatlântico and the Blue Tree Premium Morumbi is a car ride from the airport.

The recommended transportation is an executive car (up to 2 passengers) or mini van (up to 3 passengers) booked through Selecta. Prices range from R$ 290/US $95 to R$ 380/US $125. Contact Denis Bardem at Selecta to book.
General taxi from the airport is R$160/ US$70. The Taxi group, Guarucoop have a bilingual reception desk and bilingual drivers


Foreigneers traveling to Brazil will require a visa in order to enter the country. This visa is simple to obtain, and we recommend using a visa agent to submit your application such as ItsEasy Passport and Visa Services. They will help guide you through the process.

Applying for a Visa
(90-Day maximum stay)

In order to obtain Brazil visas, your passport must have two (2) blank facing visa pages (typically the last few pages of the passport are marked "Amendment" and are not valid for visas) and must be valid for at least six months past the date of entry into Brazil. Due to backlogs and inconsistent processing at the Brazilian Embassy and Consulate offices, some requests may take longer than indicated - in some cases up to one month or longer even with Urgent requests. All Visas are valid for 10 years allowing for multiple entries

You can complete the forms and process online at itseasy.com

Start by selecting Nationality, Visa Type and State of Residency to begin the process. You will require;

  • Proof of travel
  • Copy of driver's license or State issued ID
  • A business cover letter (sample)