This helpful tourist office has an excellent city map and an extensive database with information about the state. They won’t recommend Pantanal tour companies though.
The Bolivian consulate theoretically issues visas, though you may find they send you to the border to get it done anyway. It's best to apply online beforehand.
For Paraguayan entry/exit stamps. The office is next to Shopping China, about a ten-minute walk from Brazilian border control at the airport.
If you are desperate for a Brazilian passport stamp out of hours, try your luck here. Ring the bell if it is closed.
Five kilometers southwest of the center, this is the city's main hospital, with 24-hour emergency service.
Head to this consulate in the center of town if you need a Paraguayan visa.
This booth at the airport is where to get your Brazil entry/exit stamps.
Has a Visa/MasterCard ATM, but don’t bet your life on it working.
Helpful tourist information desk at the bus station.
University hospital with 24-hour emergency services.