Sunday, July 7, 2013

Traveling To The World Cup Of Football 2014 In Brazil .

     Now that the 2013 confederation cup football is over and Brazil are the champion, they now move to host the FIFA World cup football which is the biggest showcase in any sporting history. The 5 times world champion is the host for 32 other countries around the world, vying for what is football biggest glory, world champion. Brazil is one of South America's main travel destinations, with beautiful beaches, tropical islands, and lively cities, learn as much as you can about Brazil before you travel there.

     In the picture to the left Neymar, of Brazil  is being doubled teamed by two players from Spain  in the finals for the confederation cup which Brazil won 3-0.
     Its never a dull time in Brazil, Samba to dance your shoes off or go to the beaches. i can guarantee that u'll enjoy your time doing so. Brazil requires a valid passport. U.S. citizens also must have a Visa regardless of purpose there.

Brazilian culture is a rich mixture of European, African and Latin American descendants, all of which can be seen in its world-famous Carnival. They are reputedly one of the most hospitable people in the world and foreigners are usually treated with respect and often with true admiration.

The nights are going to be long, if you get what I mean... Remember this is Samba land where the parties are lively and the dancers have rhythm. It has become one of the most popular Latin dances in ballroom dancing competitions, that is why they say the Brazilians are so good with their feet, So come and see for yourself start planning ahead because the world cup is next year location, city hotel accommodation itinerary match schedule... 32 teams will play in Brazil between 12 June and 13 July 2014, in what will be the Brazilian winter Due to the size of Brazil, FIFA has allowed the
country to nominate twelve cities to host games, the most ever and the final is in Rio De Janeiro.

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