Today’s blog post consolidates texts from all our sources on Brazil, including this BRAZIL TRAVEL BLOG but also DAIRFARE and THE WORLD CUP BRAZIL 2014. This is a summary of blog posts published during the month of July.
Brazil Travel Blog
Back from our August holiday break, we started September reporting on how it is expected Brazil will lead price increases in 2013.
There are two useful magazines, both in print and on the internet, for anyone heading to Brazil: Time Out for Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.
Two important Brazilian airlines are coming together and we learned that the new company resulting from the merger will be called Azul.
Bad news for travel bugdets as from 22 September, an additional R$130 will have to be paid to visit Noronha.
Making life easier for the foreign visitor is the key to attracting more tourists to the country. The news that foreigners will be allowed to buy Brazilian SIM cards is a step on the right direction.
Yet another airline will be offering a flight from Buenos Aires to Brazil, we gave you the details at Turkish Airlines will fly from São Paulo to Buenos Aires.
An article by Alison McGowan caught our attention and we referred to it at lessons from London 2012 for Rio 2016.
We travelled to Rio to take part in Seminário Viajosfera.
Spanish airline Iberia plans to fly daily from Madrid to Rio de Janeiro.
We finished the month with our annual revision of our list of 10 must-see places in Brazil.
One of the most important airlines in South America, Aerolíneas Argentinas, joined the SkyTeam alliance.
There are ongoing negotiations to set up a direct flight from Salvador to Lima in Peru.
The World Cup Brazil
Good news from the World Cup planet: there will be parties all throughout Brazil, as FIFA has authorized its celebration.
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