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Navio Zaandam

Ship Zaandam opens cruise season in the Port of Santos

Estimate for the period is to move more than 620,000 tourists The ship Zaandam, from holland america, will officially open the cruise season in Santos this Sunday (17), at 8am. According to the City of Santos, until April 14, 2020, about 627,000 tourists – 3.8% more than in 2018-2019 – will circulate in the Giusfredo…
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Temporada de cruzeiros no Rio

Rio projects biggest cruise season in 20 years and raising $26 million in January

Brazil lives with a “seesaw” in the maritime cruise market in The Country. The numbers involving this market rise and fall sharply, influenced by legal uncertainty and high costs so that ships can dock at Brazilian ports. In the case of Rio de Janeiro, the largest national tourist showcase, the 2019/2020 cruise season will record…
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Arto Bittencourt Gol Linhas aéreas

Arto Bettencourt, Travel and Tourist Rep from London

Arto Bettencourt, travel and tourist rep working from his base in London.

Thiago Marques de Ceará

Thiago Marques, advisor to the government of Ceará, meets eyesonbrasil

Thiago Marques, advisor to the government of Ceará on the left,meeting with eyesonbrasil

Flights to Falkland Islands

Come Fly With Me

Judge ratifies air link between Sao Paulo and Malvinas/Falklands It’s been a long wait, but  we may thank Argentine federal judge Luis Rodriguez for the ruling, ratifying and giving the green light for Latam’s flight, linking Sao Paulo in Brazil and Cordoba with the Falkland/Malvinas Islands, after throwing out a request to suspend the link. According to…
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Tour Rua de Vinho Maria Fumaça

Historic Railway Trip to Wineyards

Bento Gonçalves, Garibaldi, Carlos Barbosa and Nova Petrópolis cities built with hard work and fertile land where immigrants gave birth to the wines symbol of sustenance and prosperity. In the course of the tour we will take a trip to the past with the play the Italian Epic. On board the Maria Smoke packed with…
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