"tourism" Category
Brazil planning to double visitors in five years

Brazil is home to the largest rainforest on Earth. It has miles of sandy, deserted beaches, and stunning flat-topped mountains. It invented samba and a devilish little drink called the caipirinha. It has massive reserves of native peoples and charming colonial towns built by the Portuguese.

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Mapa mostra quanto os países ganham (e dependem) do turismo

O Brasil tem a 10a maior indústria de turismo do planeta – mas por causa do tamanho da nossa economia, o setor não chega a ser central.

É o que mostra um mapa feito pelo site de informação de custos (veja a versão maior).

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New programme will boost tourism and create jobs

Tourism package aims to attract 12 million foreign tourists a year by 2022 and increase visitor revenue to US$ 19 billion.

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Sometimes you just want to get away and explore a totally new city. And for that, we've got you covered. This year at Thrillist, we're rolling out massive, comprehensive travel guides to great American cities like NOLA, San Diego, Miami, Austin, and Vegas (spoiler: all on this list).

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The 23 cities with the best quality of life in the world

Every year Mercer, one of the world's largest HR consultancy firms, releases its Quality of Living Index, which looks at which cities provide the best quality of life.

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The 21 most expensive countries in the world to live in

The world's most expensive countries to live in were calculated by MoveHub, a company dedicated to helping people move abroad, in a new survey.

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The 30 Cheapest Places To Travel In 2017

Time to start packing your bags: 2017 is shaping up to be a banner year for budget travel.

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Rio’s Olympic Park Opens to Public on Weekends

On Saturday, January 21st, new mayor of Rio Marcelo Crivella opened the Via Olímpica, a part of the Olympic Park in Barra da Tijuca, to the public. The space is planned to open every weekend and on public holidays for use by members of the public, between 8AM and 6PM.

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How to Spend 10 Days Traveling in Rio de Janeiro

Like a lot of places, ten days is not enough to experience all that Rio de Janeiro has to offer. Yet with some planning and good weather, it is possible to hit the highlights and still not have to rush too much.

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The Fading Art Deco Dreams of Brazil’s Heartland

On a recent visit to Goiânia, a bustling city noted for its sway in Brazil’s farm belt, I didn’t expect to stumble across Art Deco gems. But there they were, amid spacious parks, plazas and tree-lined avenues: a train station, a theater, a palace, some government buildings.

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