Brasilia is one of the best places to live, with low crime, almost no traffic jams and decent public services. Also, the people are considerably more educated than the brazilian average, which means more english speakers.
- poor nightlife
- no beaches
- the embassies are all here, if you need it
- The airport is a HUB, so you can easily catch flights to touristy cities on the weekends
- there are major language schools that double as cultural centers (Goethe Inst., Thomas Jefferson, Cultura Inglesa)