Norwegian has launched the UK’s first low-fare flights to Brazil with a brand-new direct route from London to Rio de Janeiro. Norwegian offers a growing network of long-haul flights from London Gatwick to 12 popular USA destinations and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The countdown is on to the grand opening of Four Seasons Hotel São Paulo at Nações Unidas, as the Hotel opens its reservations books and confirms arrivals beginning October 15th.
The Brazilian Tourist Board, Embratur, has reiterated the advice of the World Health Organisation that tourists, whether Brazilian or foreign, should undergo a vaccination against the yellow fever at least ten days before travelling to Brazil.
Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas will debut its authentic luxury in Brazil in mid-2018 with the launch of Anantara Maraú Bahia Resort.
In a hard-hitting interview Vinicius Lummertz, president of the Brazilian Tourist Board, challenges the perceived image of Rio de Janeiro as unsafe for tourists and explains a new program launched by the government to improve its infrastructure. He also reveals what we can expect from Brazilian tourism in 2018.
Well-known as one of the main industrial centres in Brazil, ABCD region has a strong presence of large companies in the automotive and petrochemical sectors. As a result, the cities of Santo André, São Bernardo do Campo, São Caetano and Diadema attract investments and currently have the fourth highest GDP in the country, according to IBGE.
Palácio Tangará opened in São Paulo, Brazil, last month, marking a new era for European-owned Oetker Collection as it expands into the Americas for the first time. The hotel offers 141 spacious guestrooms - including 59 suites - all with beautiful views overlooking the park. Here Natália Murgel visits for Breaking Travel News.
The Ascott has stepped up its global expansion as it breaks into South America with franchise agreements for two serviced residences in São Paulo, Brazil. Vitacon, a leading real estate company in São Paulo, will franchise and operate the 92-unit Citadines VN Jardins São Paulo and 122-unit Citadines VN Faria Lima São Paulo.
AccorHotels announces it has signed an agreement with Brazil Hospitality Group and its shareholders, funds managed by GP Investments and GTIS Partners, in order to take over the management of 26 hotels currently owned or managed by BHG, the third-largest hotel company in Brazil.