The “Asociación Brasileña de Operadoras de Turismo” and the “Universidade de Brasilia” carried out a study to find out what destination would be chosen by Brazilians if they traveled this year. The study showed that 60% of the interviewees would travel within Brazil.
Cities like Gramado and Canela are already receiving tourists with hotels and restaurants operating with reduced capacity and taking all the preventive measures recommended by the Ministry of Health.
As of June 10, Foz de Iguaçu and the Parque Nacional do Iguaçu authorized the arrival of tourists. The park will be available during reduced hours, from Tuesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and will only sell tickets through its website cataratasdoiguacu.com.br. It should be noted that the borders with Argentina and Paraguay continue to be closed. The vast majority of the main tourist attractions in Brazil are expected to be operational by July 1.
Source: O GLOBO.