When the World Cup begins next month, many of the $1.4 billion-worth of projects in Cuiabá, one of the 12 Brazilian host cities, will be far from completion.
‘World Cup Cities’ Articles
From packing to tipping, booking flights to buying beverages, here’s some budget-friendly advice for those going to Brazil for the giant soccer tournament that kicks off next month.
The World Cup is coming soon to this lively industrial capital of Brazil’s second most populous state. Here’s some of what soccer fans — and other visitors — can expect to find.
The generally ignored north sides of both Brazilian cities offer rewards that range from the cultural to the culinary.
The Iguazú Falls are stunning from most angles. But getting to them through Paraguay has its advantages.
Soccer is not just a game in Brazil, it’s a national drama. Here’s a script to help you join the show.
The Frugal Traveler adores São Paulo, a city he calls his second home. But could he make an old friend fall for his beloved town?
Advice on timing, eating and booking from three Brazil-based travel experts.
You have to work to get to this farmhouse restaurant, and it’s only open for lunch. But if you make it there, be prepared to eat a lot, and pay only a little.
Brazil’s capital is drawing visitors to its Niemeyer-designed buildings, samba hot spots, first-rate restaurants and awe-inspiring sunsets.
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