New flights boost Brazilian tourism

28 September 2007
The availability for daily flights from Europe to Brazil could help to increase the number of tourists visiting the country, according to one expert.

A spokesperson for Property Frontiers said that most European cities offer flights every day to Brazil and the country is currently building another large airport in the north.

According to the expert, the new airport in the Natal region of the country is expected to bring a further five million visitors to the country each year - a development which could also boost the property market.

"Brazil is becoming increasingly popular with British investors for a number of reasons including its sunny, tropical, year-round climate, low property prices, rapidly expanding tourism industry and relatively stable economy," she remarked.

The relatively low property prices in the country could allow for "room for growth", she said, stating that prices have increased by up to 20 per cent in some areas over the last few years.

A spokesperson for Knight Frank recently said that Brazil has yet to see the same level of development as Dubai or Spain and so offers investors a certain degree of "exclusivity".

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