Domestic tourism in Brazil is gradually resuming normal levels of activity and shows promising signs for the rest of 2021. 9 out of 10 Brazilians plan a staycation this year and the Northeast is their favourite destination.
Find out how Brazilian tourism stands to reap big benefits for the lifting of visa restrictions and a new stopover program at five major airports.
Brazil’s favourite holiday spot prepares for a very busy month in July, one of the best ever for Ceará tourism with tourist spending over R$1 billion and visitors up 11%.
More Brazilians plan to travel this summer with a holiday in Fortaleza the preferred option, confirming Northeast Brazil’s continued popularity for vacations.
The new Air France- KLM flight hub at Fortaleza Airport plus cruise ship agreements and a shift in trends bring new horizons for Ceará tourism in Northeast Brazil.
Discover which lesser-known beaches in Ceará are entering the radar for both Brazilian and international tourists in 2018.
After the best January ever, Brazil tourism gets set for a flying 2018 on the back of the e-visa and an Open Skies deal with the US.
Read how figures for the autumn herald a new season for tourism in Ceará, set to become a worldwide tourist hub in the very near future.
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.
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.
The force of domestic tourism in Brazil must not be underestimated particularly this year when Brazilians plan to travel more at home.
When it comes to foreign investment, tourism and real estate, some regions of Brazil are moving faster than others. This is certainly the case in Ceará, Northeast Brazil, a state registering high volumes of investment and buoyant business tourism figures.
Any world-class sporting occasion opens the door to holiday let opportunities for homeowners in the host city. The 2016 Olympics are no exception and as Brazil gets ready for this unique event, Rio de Janeiro properties are cashing in by offering accommodation to tourists attending the Games.
With less than three months to go before the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is preparing for one of the world’s biggest sporting events. An essential component of the Games is the arrival of the Olympic torch, due to set foot in the state of Ceará in early June where it will spend three days. As this BRIC Group news article reports, in the capital Fortaleza, where locals have just celebrated the city’s 290th anniversary, preparations are well underway.
Certain beaches in Northeast Brazil are firmly established on the holiday radar, but others are only just being discovered. This is the case with a quartet of beaches in Trairi in Ceará, once a well-kept secret among a privileged few. But suddenly everyone is talking about them. This latest BRIC Group article explains why.
Tourism in Fortaleza has started the year with higher visitor figures and increased hotel and holiday let occupancy. The recent carnival period was exceptionally good with 5.1 per cent more tourists choosing holidays in Fortaleza. The statistics augur well for 2016 generally, a year when thanks to the Rio Olympic Games Brazil will see its international profile enhanced. This latest article by BRIC Group explains more.