Tourism in Northeast Brazil stands to benefit hugely from the continuing strength of the US dollar. The high exchange rate favours domestic tourism and international visitor figures, both setting record levels for holidays in Northeast Brazil, particularly in Fortaleza and Ceará.
The world isn’t home to many lesser-known holiday destinations, but there’s one in Northeast Brazil that’s so amazing you should “do yourself a favour and book immediately”. Prepare a holiday in Ceará Northeast Brazil and be prepared for an “awesome experience”.
Foreign visitor figures to Ceará in the first six months of this year were the highest ever, consolidating the area’s reputation as one of the best places to holiday in Northeast Brazil. European holidaymakers dominate the figures while holiday lets continue their steady rise in popularity.
Proof that the world’s key sporting events are a major generator of tourism comes in the latest statistics for international tourism in Brazil in 2014. Foreign visitors to the country last year increased by over 10 per cent to exceed the 6 million mark, a rise attributed largely to the FIFA World Cup tournament. A recent government survey has revealed that Brazilians have big travel plans this year with Northeast Brazil featuring as the preferred destination.
July promises to be an excellent month for tourism in Ceará, a state already leading Northeast Brazil in the creation of tourism-related jobs. Along with high hotel occupation, holiday lets in Ceará are booming as Brazilians continue to choose to holiday in this part of Brazil.
Visitor figures for the first quarter of 2015 underline Ceará’s status as an up-and-coming tourist destination. The 30 per cent increase in number of foreign visitors confirms Ceará and its capital Fortaleza is one of northeast Brazil’s top holiday spots. On the back of these promising statistics, state tourism officials are in advanced negotiations with cruise companies and airlines to further the expansion of tourism in Ceará.
The state of Ceará and its capital Fortaleza remain firm Brazilian holiday favourites, ranking among the country’s top destinations. In addition, tourism in the state is booming with record visitor and spending figures.
The announcement of more flights between Fortaleza and European capitals is good news for both tourists and those looking to buy property in Brazil. As from June this year, the capital of Ceará state in Northeast Brazil will offer weekly flights to two more European capitals, Amsterdam and Paris.
Brazilian holiday lets are on the rise, particularly in regions offering stunning beaches and year-round dependable weather. One such location in Ceará in northeast Brazil where holiday rentals increased by 20 per cent in 2014.
On the back of the FIFA World Cup celebrated in Brazil last year, spending by foreigners in the country reached record levels. Brazil continues to attract increasing numbers of tourists and this year’s carnival season is expected to set new records.