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Campina Grande PB
Tourist spot

Tourism in Brazil is a growing and fundamental sector for the economy of several regions of the country, being classified, in terms of international tourist arrivals, as the main destination in South America and the third in Latin America, after Mexico and Argentina. 

Brazil offers national and international tourists a wide range of options, with natural areas being its most popular tourism product, a combination of ecotourism with leisure and recreation, mainly sun and beach and adventure tourism, as well as historical tourism. and cultural.

We separate for you some of the most beautiful sights in Brazil:

In the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index, an average of the factors that assess whether a country is attractive for the development of a tourism industry, Brazil was in 28th place among the 141 countries evaluated, being the third best score in the American continent, behind from Canada and the United States.


Brazil's main competitive advantages   are its natural resources, a criterion in which the country ranked first among all the countries considered.

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Rio de Janeiro is the city that receives the most foreign tourists in all of Latin America. In Brazil, it receives almost forty percent of foreign tourists visiting the country and it receives the most tourists in all of Brazil.


It was voted one of the ten most beautiful cities in the world by the world tourist guide website Ucityguides.


It is the city that receives the most tourists from cruise ships. During the summer, the city receives more than three million tourists, making it the most famous Brazilian city abroad.

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