Tourism

LATAM – The airline will operate new flights from Brasilia to Santiago (Chile), Lima (Peru) and Asunción (Paraguay). The company has also invested more than $200 million in upgrading its cabins; one of the first aircrafts to receive the upgraded cabins will be the 777-300 that operates between London and São Paulo. Azul – In January 2019, Azul introduced a regular route between Campinas and Buenos Aires. Domestically, daily routes were established from Manaus to Belém and to São Paulo and routes from Guarulhos to Juazeiro do Norte. The latest news is that, in addition to the flights from…

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Romantic panoramas, majestic tourist attractions and a culture that’s thousands of years in the making are some of the key draws for newlyweds The Veneto region is one of the most charming and welcoming in Italy, with stunning scenery, luxurious hotels, awe-inspiring walks, and five-star tourism. Given that it’s the eighth largest region of Italy, there’s plenty to do and enough to satisfy all appetites with its impressive menu of cultural attractions. The region is always in demand and this is perhaps reflective of how warm and welcoming the natives are. The principal city, fabled as one of the most…

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For those who like to mix sports with beautiful locations, theregion of Veneto has the perfect blend Located in the northeast of Italy, Veneto is bordered by Austria. Its seven provinces are Vicenza, Padua, Belluno, Rovigo, Treviso, Venice and Verona. Each have plenty to explore and are amply equipped to satisfy even the most diverse of tastes. Veneto’s heritage is wonderfully rich in terms of history and culture. It’s also the most visited part of Italy, with about 60 million tourists every year. In addition to Italian, most of the locals also speak a Venetian dialect. Venice is the capital,…

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The “Terra da Luz” is a fun-filled destination, blessed with unparalleled natural beauty Located in Brazil’s Northeast, Ceará is one of the most beautiful states in the country. Thanks in part to Beach Park in Porto das Dunas, one of the largest water parks in Latin America, Ceará has seen tourism grow throughout the state, welcoming 370,000 foreigners – a year-on-year increase of 29% – and 3.6 million Brazilian tourists, an 18% rise on 2018 figures. Fortaleza is fast becoming the tourist hub of the Northeast, with Air France- KLM-GOL flights being one of the main drivers for international growth. With…

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Still searching for the best views of the city? There are many ways to see London; from above thereare breath-taking panoramic views  whilst below there are several little- known subterranean charms. Here are our picks. THE HIGHS Sky Garden The glass dome of 20 Fenchurch Church—which Londoners affectionately call the Walkie-Talkie building—offers captivating views of the city and its surroundings… All for free! The dome that houses the Sky Garden’s public garden isn’t exactly spacious, so you’ll need to book tickets in advance, online. You can also take in the view whilst enjoying a meal at one of the three eateries:…

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The UK has been the home of hundreds of famous artists over time and their treasured collections of work have spread to museums and galleries throughout the land To give the public an opportunity to enjoy the award-winning works of these artists, which include some of history’s most important sculptors and impressionist painters, these collections are constantly organised and updated. Here we shortlist 2019’s must-see exhibitions. The London that Van Gogh loved From March 27 to August 11, Tate Britain will host the largest exhibition of Vincent van Gogh’s work in the UK in almost a decade. Van Gogh’s…

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Brazil is often referred to as ‘the tropical country’, but does this nickname reflect a nation’s identity or simply its geography? Brazil is the largest country in Latin America. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world. Brazil is the fifth most populated, and arguably most culturally diverse. Brazil is home to the greatest population of Portuguese speakers in the world. Brazil is a collective of 26 distinctly individual states. These are big statements and leave little to interpretation. However, the thing that remains less clear is what unites this great nation. There is unquestionably a sense of shared…

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Lovers of the art can, thanks to the Internet, now explore works and exhibitions around the world without leaving the house One blessing of today’s virtual universe, in which we are evermore connected, is the sharing of information among our networks. This sharing may simply concern the posting of a family photograph on Facebook, but stretches also to incorporate the sharing of more profound information, like doctoral theses, for example. And, of course, this sharing extends to the world of art lovers. Today’s massive circulation of data allows everyone, as long as they have an Internet connection and an appropriate…

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The waters of the Rio Negro, the largest left tributary of the Amazon River, live up to their name and, therefore, are certainly murky The Rio Negro, 1,700 kilometres in length, is the longest blackwater river in the world and the second largest in terms of volume, losing only to the Amazon River itself. But what are these black waters exactly? The Rio Negro’s water has a dark colouration, perhaps similar to that of brewed tea, due to the decomposition of organic sediments along the river. That is, leaves and other vegetation decompose and release certain tannins that give the…

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Brazil, besides having magnificent beaches, also has several lakes and lagoons that are perfect for those searching for a little rest and relaxation Brazil, perhaps best known for being home to some of the most idyllic beaches in the world, also has wonderful lakes and lagoons, perfect for travellers looking for true tranquillity. Whether natural or manmade, located on the coast or in the countryside, these landscapes paint a true picture of serenity and natural beauty. Here we have handpicked a few of our favourites for you to fall in love with. North Brazil Lago do Caracaranã: Although there…

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Caxambu is a city famed for having the greatest hydromineral potential in the world, making it the perfect destination for those seeking rest and relaxation Caxambu is a small town set amongst the mountains of the Serra da Mantiqueira in the sourthern reaches of Minas Gerais, and home to one of the largest hydromineral reserves in the world. It is also one of the most important points along Minas Gerais’ Circuito das Águas (Water Network). Caxambu is a destination that boasts 12 individual sources of mineral water, each with its own function. The best known, of course, are the medicinal…

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Check out all the major airlines’ latest flight offers, with routes to various Brazilian destinations Azul – In June 2018, Azul increased the number of weekly flights between São Paulo and Lisbon; the airline now operates 11 flights per week, up from 7. Air Europa – Operating flights to Salvador and Recife since December 2017, the airline is currently bolstering its presence in Brazil by offering São Paulo as a new destination. As of March 2018, Air Europe flies to São Paulo daily, via Madrid, departing from Gatwick. British Airways – BA has increased their number of flights between London…

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Anybody thinking that Ceará’s tourism relies solely on its beaches would be mistaken. The region, besides being one of the most developed tourist regions of Brazil, has some interesting points of interest when it comes to technology, history, culture, and science The State of Ceará, located in the country’s Northeast, is one of the most important social, political, cultural and economic areas of the region. It is among the ten most populous Brazilian states and its capital, Fortaleza, is responsible for the largest GDP in the Northeast. Because of its natural beauty, Ceará is also a big draw in terms…

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Who says that you have to spend a fortune to have fun in London? Indeed, it’s possible to enjoy incredible days out and explore fascinating places without spending a penny. Take our advice and get out there and enjoy yourselves! 1 – Portobello Road – Thanks to the market, held every Saturday, Portobello Road has become one of Notting Hill’s most renowned streets. What few people know, however, is that there’s much to explore beyond the market itself: Visitors will find antique shops, clothes, fruit and vegetable stalls, and friendly restaurants, as well as quaint local housing set in…

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Here we list some of our favourites for you to put to the test: Well worth every calorie! London’s food markets attract hoards of people every day thanks to the variety on offer, both in terms of cuisine and value for money. 1 – Maltby Street Space is somewhat limited, meaning that only the best restaurants and cafeterias are granted space to sell their exclusive bites. From sumptuous desserts to deliciously prepared steaks, be sure to embark on this mouth-watering adventure. 2 – Boxpark Shoreditch The market has adopted the recent trend of using repurposed containers in retail,…

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