Is Tourism Doomed to Failure in Brazil?

The Brazilian Ministry of Tourism launches a bold new plan to double tourism by 2022. Many residents are now asking themselves if it should be done or whether it can be done.

By Henry Montalto

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Louvre Museum, known as "the big glass pyramid", has crushed Brazil in the number of tourists in 2018. While the French institution attracted 10.2 million visitors, the whole of Brazil welcomed a measly 6.62 million tourists.

This single museum had more tourists than a country with pristine beaches, crystal clear waters, incredible culture and yes, of course, Carnaval.

Unfortunately, all these great selling points are bogged down by the dark clouds hanging over Brazil and its government in recent years.

The Brazilian Ministry of Tourism has launched a bold new . . .

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