new project: the World Cup Brazil 2014

July 12, 2010 | By More

the world cup brazil

The World Cup 2010 is over and it seems the appropriate time for the launch of our new project, devoted fully to the soccer world cup that will take place in Brazil in 2014. Its name is the World Cup Brazil 2014 and its main goal is to provide tourists with reliable and trustworthy travel information related to Brazil during the sporting event.

Our main focus is not the sporting side of the event. What we want is to help tourists decipher the host cities and help them make the most of their time in Brazil. The core of the project is a blog with news and a Host Cities menu where we will develop the information related to each city.

As well as the website, we have created a Twitter profile.

Along with the new The World Cup Brazil 2014 goes a parallel project in the Spanish language: el Mundial de Brasil 2014.

With the new additions to our portfolio we have now nine pages dedicated to provide independent travel information on Brazil:

  • Brazil Travel Blog, in English, with general travel information on Brazil
  • Accommodation in Brazil, in English, with accommodation listings for the main tourist destinations in the country
  • D Airfare, in English, with news on flight deals and texts to help our readers find the best possible airfare to travel to Brazil and within the country too
  • The World Cup Brazil 2014, in English, with travel information related to the World Cup 2014
  • De viaje a Brasil, in Spanish, with general travel information on Brazil
  • Blog de São Paulo, in Spanish, with information on the largest Brazilian city
  • Alojamiento en Brasil, in Spanish, with accommodation listings for the main tourist destinations in the country
  • D Vuelos, in Spanish, with news on flight deals and texts to help our readers find the best possible airfare to travel to Brazil and within the country too
  • el Mundial de Brasil 2014, in Spanish, with travel information related to the World Cup 2014

As well as two Facebook pages and 8 Twitter profiles. They are all individual efforts for which the Brazilian tourism authorities have given us no support whatsoever. In a kind of way, it is a true blessing as complete independence is one of our core assets.

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