• Alan Denis

More Americans, Canadians, Australians and Japanese expected to come to Rio de Janeiro

Atualizado: 24 de Ago de 2019

The Brazilian government has announced that will no longer need a visa to enter Brazil.

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This is a decision to increase the number of tourists in the country. Previously, Brazil adopted the reciprocity policy, requiring visas from countries that required visas from Brazilians.

With this decision, it is expected that the number of American tourists - the second nationality that visits Brazil the most, behind Argentines - will grow, and the demand for private tours in Rio too, since Americans are the main clientele of the private tour guides in Rio de Janeiro. Consequently, the number of qualified private guides in the city should follow the growing trend.

Tourism in Brazil had a high expectation of growth with the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, when the country went through a major crisis, with the impeachment of former president Dilma Roussef. Now, the new Government of Brazil has announced investment in Tourism Marketing in Brazil and hopes for a resumption of tourism growth in the country and in Rio de Janeiro, not only for visa facilitation for some nationalities, but also for the safer moment. that passes the country.

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