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.
Tourism in Ceará to grow by 50% in both visitor figures and investment over the next decade, placing the state firmly on the world tourism map.
The market for Fortaleza holiday lets goes from strength to strength. After record occupancy during the Carnival period, the capital of the region of Ceará now ranks as one of the world’s top holiday let destinations for families using Airbnb services.
Ceará tourism continues to enjoy a record year for tourism. Latest figures for the cruise season rank as the highest ever with the best numbers for both visitors and cruise ships.
The force of domestic tourism in Brazil must not be underestimated particularly this year when Brazilians plan to travel more at home.
The latest Ceara economic news shows the state performing well on a number of key fronts. These include tourism, retail, car sales, exports and wind energy. Analysts believe these indicators bode well for continued strong performance in 2017.
As predicted, the celebration of the Olympic Games last year brought its rewards – 2016 was the best year for Brazilian tourism ever. Not only did international visitor figures soar, earnings from tourism also experienced an important increase. In addition, the current high season promises to beat last year’s record.
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.