Brazil World Cup
One of the events that soccer enthusiasts all over the globe are looking forward to is the Brazil world cup to be held this coming June 12 to July 13, 2014. If you are an avid supporter of the England team and you would want to make sure that your love and loyalty for the team can be felt throughout the games, you should probably make travel arrangements to Brazil as early as now.
Here are several tips that you can follow to make your trip to the Brazil World Cup as fun, exciting and convenient
1.) Book your flight early
If you are on a tight budget, one of the best ways for you to cut corners on your travel expenses is to book your flight early. There are many airlines that offer promos and sales for flights that are reserved way ahead of the travel time. Do not be surprised though, if plane tickets for those particular days are quite expensive. If you book early however, chances are you will still be able to get a little bit more savings.
2.) Do something fun in between matches.
Plan your itinerary ahead of time. Brazil is such a lovely country and you would not want to miss out on all the fun and revelry. While your main purpose for traveling to Rio is to watch the games, in between matches, you can visit some of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. A trip to this beautiful city will not be complete without the customary Christ the Redeemer photo in Rio. You and your football loving buddies should also spend a few hours frolicking along the shores of one of the many white sand beaches of Brazil.
3.) Explore the country's cuisine.
Some people say that the best way to get to know a country is to try out all their local food. Brazil is home to some of the most delicious tasting food that you will never be able to find elsewhere. So while you are here make sure that you explore and try out even the most exotic dishes. Rice is a staple food in this country so it is customary for you to eat your meals with mounds of fragrant rice. If you want to enjoy some local street snacks try the fried chicken hearts and sweet corn on the cob.
4.) Find a nice, cozy place to stay.
The games will be hosted in 12 difference cities across Brazil. They will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Manaus City, Fortaleza City among others. This is why you will need to hop from one city to another if you want to keep track of all the games. Planning for this trip will be extremely challenging so do your research well and plan where you are going to stay. Fortunately for you, many of the games will be played in stadiums that are located in areas quite near to some of the best resorts in the country. You can have the loveliest, most comfortable stay in the city's top resorts while you cheer your heart out for your favorite football team during the games.