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2014 World Cup Brazil

Next year, soccer’s greatest spectacle returns to beautiful Brazil for the first time in 64 years. While Brazil didn’t invent the game (credit for that goes to England), there’s no doubt that it’s Brazil who has perfected and mastered what is by far the most popular sport on the planet.

Held every four years, the World Cup is second only to the Olympic Games in terms of the number of participating countries, though it holds the title for being the world’s most widely viewed sporting event. Approximately 3.3 million tickets will be available for 2014 World Cup and will go on sale in 2013. The sale process will begin in August after the 2013 Confederations Cup which is also being staged in Brazil. The first batch of tickets that go on sale will be distributed via a lottery system. Fans can apply for tickets which will then be randomly distributed. This phase of the ticket selling process is available to anyone from any country.

For those unable to get tickets for what is sure to be the biggest party of the decade, there will be “fan fests” held at each host city complete with activities for fans of the game. Host cities will include: Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Cuiaba, Manaus, Salvador, Recife, Natal, Fortaleza and Sao Paulo.

The World Cup’s opening match will take place on June 12, 2014 in Sao Paulo. The Final is scheduled for July 13 at the iconic Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

For more information about Brazil and obtaining tickets for the 2014 World Cup, contact your local travel professional.

Immerse Yourself in the Excitement With One of These Guided Tours

2014 World Cup Deluxe Package
9 Days

Revel in the on-the-field drama and off-the-field celebration that is the World Cup. With this ultra-exclusive package you’ll enjoy eight nights’ luxury hotel accommodations in Rio de Janiero and a ticket to the 2014 World Cup Final (Category 2). All airport transfers, daily breakfast and a half-day guided tour is included. You will also have a personal concierge throughout your stay to handle any planning needs.

South American Escape
9 Days

From the vibrant cities of Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires, to the scenic beauty of Iguassu, this vacation has it all and will leave you with fond memories you’ll cherish for a lifetime. You’ll dance the Tango in Buenos Aires, groove to a Samba show in Rio and experience many other unforgettable moments along the way. A trip highlight is Iguassu Falls, one of the most spectacular sights on earth.

Collette Vacations
The Wonders of South America
11 Days

Delve into the vivacious cultures of South America — from Brazil’s marvelous Rio de Janeiro and Iguassu, to Argentina’s serene city of Mendoza and lively Buenos Aires. You’ll ascend Corcovado by train to “Christ the Redeemer” (one of the Seven Wonders of the World), behold the power of the Iguassu Falls, relish renowned Argentinean wines, spend three nights in fantastic Buenos Aires, and much more.

Brazil Short and Sweet
6 Days

This short and sweet vacation was created for those with less time to spend. First, experience the vibrant city of Rio de Janeiro, considered by many to be the most naturally beautiful city on earth; next, journey to Iguassu to witness the unsurpassed grandeur of spectacular Iguassu Falls. Find out for yourself why these two destinations together are one of the most popular travel adventures in all of South America.

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