June 2012

June 1, 2012 | By More

Castelo Garcia d'Ávila, Praia do Forte, Brasil

Today’s blog post consolidates texts from all our sources on Brazil, including this Brazil Travel Blog but also D Airfare and the World Cup Brazil 2014. This is a summary of blog posts published during the month of June.

Brazil Travel Blog

The capital of Rio Grande do Sul received good news as a a face lift for Porto Alegre was unveiled.

The Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro opened its doors again giving sports fans the chance to visit the most famous soccer stadium in Brazil.

At our weekly shot we saw images of the the flooded forest.

We mentioned the celebration of the 1st Tourism Fair of Bahia (Salão Baiano de Turismo) and published an homage to Bahia at 20 reasons to visit Bahia.

We saw an end to the Rio hotel saga, for the time being at least.

For those of you keen on attending a soccer match while on holiday in Brazil we published the the calendar for the Brazilian soccer championship 2012.

D Airfare

There were more bad news for Viracopos international airport in Campinas as TAP is cancelling its Lisbon to Campinas flight.

We learned that business travel meant 57% of all air travel in Brazil in 2011.

Korean Airlines might fly to Brazil via Europe offering a different approach to Asia to those travelling from Brazil.

A new connection to Asia is on the making as Etihad Airways plans to fly to South America in 2013.

Important news from the domestic market as Azul and Trip announce their merger.

We rounded up the month with an anniversary, as the Star Alliance is 15 years old

The World Cup Brazil

A new source of information became available as Minas Gerais launched its own World Cup Portal.

And we weren’t the least surprised to know that only 5% of the World Cup work is completed.

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