2017 set records for international tourism in Brazil and the country looks set for more of the same in 2018 after the introduction of the e-visa.
After the best January ever, Brazil tourism gets set for a flying 2018 on the back of the e-visa and an Open Skies deal with the US.
Major investment projects arrive in the Ceará coastline, now heralded as the new Brazilian Cancun and the place to be in Northeast Brazil.
Air France-KLM-GOL hub announces further flights from Fortaleza Airport connecting Ceará to eastern Europe and Asia plus more cities in Europe.
Read how figures for the autumn herald a new season for tourism in Ceará, set to become a worldwide tourist hub in the very near future.
The growth in popularity of Airbnb is no secret and the past summer season ranks as the best ever for the holiday let platform. Brazilian cities feature on the global ranking and Fortaleza holiday lets performed particularly well in the new markets rating. Airbnb bookings in the capital of Ceará rose by 192% over the year.
From 2018, Fortaleza Airport will become a major flight hub for Air France and KLM. More flights to Europe will boost tourism in Ceará by 40%.
Each of the almost 200 countries in the world has its own attractions and unique beauty. Quantifying these and then ranking them is no easy task. But Conde Nast Traveler editors have done their homework and made their verdict. The result? Brazil takes the prize as the most beautiful country in the world.
July has got off to an excellent start for Ceará tourism. The state is expecting upwards of 380,000 visitors this month as well as record spending levels.
It might be early to starting thinking about your holidays in 2018, but when you do, north east Brazil beaches should be on your list. According to Condé Nast Traveler, the golden sands along the coastline of Northeast Brazil rank second in the world’s top ten destinations for next year.