Rio de Janeiro inland tourism destinations post winter season growth

With the arrival of vacations and low winter temperatures, the demand for colder destinations in Rio grew in the month of July.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to a survey by the Rio de Janeiro Hotel Association (ABIH-RJ), overall hotel occupancy rate grew from 35% in June to 60.4% in July.

In cities like Petrópolis in the mountain region, and Conservatória, a district of Valença in the historic Vale do Café, occupancy reached 75%. Other cities also stand out in the ranking, such as Vassouras in Vale do Café, with 70%, Itatiaia in Agulhas Negras, with 55%, Teresópolis and Nova Friburgo, with 50% and 37.5%, respectively.

According to the State Secretariat of Tourism (SETUR), the . . .

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