Summer 2022: Brazil expects a strong return of tourism, with Argentines as protagonists

The reopening of the land borders, the proximity and the offer of natural destinations preferred in the post-pandemic period are the basis of the great expectations.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After almost two years practically lost, Brazil dreams of a turning point for the tourism sector. With an emphasis on the geographical proximity to Argentina, the offer of different attractions, and a relatively controlled sanitary situation, it is projecting a summer of a strong return of Argentine tourists.

The Brazilian Ministry of Tourism and operators of the sector consulted said that they expect a similar flow of Argentine visitors as in 2019, the year before the pandemic when 1.9 million entered in twelve months.

Brazil takes it for granted that, as usual, the "best summer . . .

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