Traveling From Brazil To Miami Is Getting A Whole Lot Easier
Whether you're coming to shop, party, or see the sights, Miami welcomes you with open arms.
The Brazilians are coming, the Brazilians are coming!
Miami businesses need to prepare, because the Brazilian invasion is not slowing down. American Airlines now has 52 flights a week from Brazil to Miami. The Commerce Department projects 1.5 million Brazilians will visit the United States in 2012—and most of them will travel through Florida. That could be a conservative estimate as the United States plans to boost tourism by speeding up the visa approval process for international visitors.
President Obama announced the expansion of the plan this year at a news conference in Disney World. The President said he hopes to make it easier for visitors from countries with an emerging middle classes like Brazil to visit the United States. He said he wants the plan expanded this year.
Miami Tour Company has also launched a Brazilian website, and says they are looking to expand their Portuguese-speaking employees.
Hotels, theme parks, and nightclubs are preparing for the surge
Miami Hotels have began to offer special packages catering to Brazilian travelers. Many Brazilians are coming to shop, forward thinking hotels are organizing shopping tours, with guided trips to the mall for their guests. Since most of the flights from Brazil are early morning or late evening, some hotels are making it easy for Brazilian customers with early morning check-in or late night check-out.
2012 has also been a record-breaking year for Brazilian visitors in Orlando. To meet the demand, Disney World and SeaWorld are hiring Portuguese-speaking greeters to assist tour groups throughout the parks.
Even the legendary Miami nightclub, Space, has taken notice, by hosting Carnaval themed Brazilian parties, aptly named “Space Loves Brazil.”
Weather you’re coming to shop, party, or see the sights, Miami welcomes you with open arms. To make your vacation feel a little more like home, Miami Beach 411 has a special section just for you, with lots of free Brazilian travel information. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. You can speak with us directly by calling 1-305-754.2206.
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