Embratur launches campaign to attract American tourists to Brazil

The agency is operating again in the crucial international market, reinforcing the country's positioning after the Covid-19 health crisis. Current efforts highlight that Brazil is visa-free for tourists of the U.S., Canada, Japan and Australia.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Operating since May 2020 as an Autonomous Service, thanks to a law sanctioned by President Bolsonaro, Embratur (Brazilian International Tourism Promotion Agency) completes 55 years of foundation this Thursday (18).

The Agency, which by force of law had to focus on promoting domestic tourism until last July, is already operating again in the crucial international market, reinforcing the country's positioning after the Covid-19 health crisis.

VISA-FREE ENTRY FOR TOURISTS FROM THE U.S.

Embratur's campaign publicizes the release of visas for tourists coming from the USA. The exemption is also valid for . . .

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