Rio de Janeiro.- Citizens of the United States, Japan, Australia and Canada will not have to get a visa to travel to Brazil for next year’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, the government said in the official gazette on Wednesday.
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By Nuria Barbosa León, www.en.granma.cu Tourism company Habaguanex S.A of the Havana City Historian’s Office ends 2015 with a positive economic outlook, while aiming for greater specialization of its products next year, Luis Enrique Sotolongo Otero, president of the entity, told the press.
Rich Thomaselli, Travel Pulse U.S. airlines are quietly working behind the scenes to prepare for commercial travel to Cuba once the half century-long travel embargo to the island nation is lifted.
San Jose.- One of the members of this Washington state family was the 1 millionth tourist to arrive from the United States to Costa Rica in 2015.
Georgetown.- The Ascend Hotel Collection from Choice Hotels International has announced the addition of the 25-room Opus Hotel in Georgetown, Guyana, to its growing list of upscale properties. The Opus is the 12th hotel in Choice Hotels’ Caribbean portfolio.
Beth J. Harpaz These are among the places and events driving travel in 2016.