Brazilian tourism is enjoying one of its best years ever. After the successful Olympic Games in the summer, the country is experiencing a boom in visitor figures and spending. Government investment in infrastructure is paying off and everything points to an excellent 2016 for the sector.
Top accolades plus recognition of its loveliest places, fewer visas, a booming flight market… Read the latest in the Brazilian travel market.
In the wake of Rio 2016, Brazilian tourism has received a definitive thumbs up from both foreign and Brazilian tourists. The Olympic Games and Rio de Janeiro were praised all round and most importantly, the vast majority of visitors expressed their intention to return to Brazil for a holiday in the future.
Brazilian holidaymakers and rental property owners have embraced holiday lets so much that the number of properties available and the number of people using them have increased dramatically over the last few years. With the Olympic Games on the horizon, Brazilian holiday lets have never been so popular as this news article by BRIC Group explains.
With less than three months to go before the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is preparing for one of the world’s biggest sporting events. An essential component of the Games is the arrival of the Olympic torch, due to set foot in the state of Ceará in early June where it will spend three days. As this BRIC Group news article reports, in the capital Fortaleza, where locals have just celebrated the city’s 290th anniversary, preparations are well underway.
Certain beaches in Northeast Brazil are firmly established on the holiday radar, but others are only just being discovered. This is the case with a quartet of beaches in Trairi in Ceará, once a well-kept secret among a privileged few. But suddenly everyone is talking about them. This latest BRIC Group article explains why.
Tourism in Fortaleza has started the year with higher visitor figures and increased hotel and holiday let occupancy. The recent carnival period was exceptionally good with 5.1 per cent more tourists choosing holidays in Fortaleza. The statistics augur well for 2016 generally, a year when thanks to the Rio Olympic Games Brazil will see its international profile enhanced. This latest article by BRIC Group explains more.
Fortaleza holiday lets feature in the top ten fastest-growing districts in Airbnb’s latest travel trends report. Ranked at number nine for most growth in booking interest during 2015, holiday lets in Fortaleza in Northeast Brazil rub shoulders with districts in well-known tourist hotspots in Buenos Aires, Melbourne, Seville and Dallas. This latest news piece from BRIC Group explains why.
Fortaleza has been highlighted as one of the hot spots for a New Year’s Eve holiday in Brazil by the Brazilian Tourist Board. This reinforces the popularity of Fortaleza holidays among both foreigners and Brazilians themselves.
Recent awards for tourism in Brazil place Fortaleza at the top of the country for progress in competiveness. Fortaleza in the Northeast already stands out as one of the top places for a holiday in Brazil and this latest award reinforces its appeal.