95.4 Percent of Tourists Intend to Return to Brazil, Says Survey

In the international Tourist Demand survey, hospitality in Brazil was the best-rated topic, with 97.9 percent approval. Argentines top of the main visitors ranking, followed by Americans and Chileans.

By Arkady Petrov

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Most of the foreign tourists who visited Brazil in 2018 intend to return, according to the International Tourist Demand results.

The study conducted by the Economic Research Institute Foundation (FIPE) evaluated the profile, habits, and perception of 39,000 travelers of different nationalities, where 95.4 percent of respondents reported that they intend to return to Brazil.

Hospitality was the best-rated topic, with a 97.9 percent approval, followed by accommodations (96.7 percent), gastronomy (95.9 percent), and restaurants (95.8 percent).

There were 6,621,376 international arrivals, an increase . . .

To read the full NEWS and much more, Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?