RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With the reopening of the borders, Miami hoteliers are anticipating a boom of Brazilians in the city, with an increase in research consultations, reservations, and contact from Brazilian travel agencies.
Before the pandemic, Brazil was the most significant tourist market in Miami. They were known by hoteliers for arriving at Miami International Airport with empty suitcases ready to be filled with shopping at Aventura Mall, Design District, Bal Harbour, and Sawgrass Mills.
Brazilian Portuguese could be heard in several parts of the city on the streets, restaurants, malls, and beaches.
After 20 months since the closing . . .
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