Ana sayfa Brezilya Dünya Kupası’nda İki Şehrin Hikayesi: Sao Paolo vs Rio de Janeiro

Dünya Kupası’nda İki Şehrin Hikayesi: Sao Paolo vs Rio de Janeiro

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Dünya’nın en büyük futbol şöleni geçtiğimiz hafta Brezilya ile Hırvatistan arasında oynanan maç ile başladı. Dünya Kupası öncesinde Brezilyalılar yoğun protestolar gösterseler de, ülke ciddi turist akınına uğradı.

Uluslararası turistlerin bir önceki yıla oranla yüzde 15’in üzerinde bir artış göstermesi bekleniyor. Artışın sadece turist sayısında değil ayrıca turist başı harcama ortalamalarında da yüzde 11 gibi bir artış olması bekleniyor.

Almanya, İtalya, Fransa, İngiltere gibi futbol tutkusunun yüksek olduğu ülkelerin ekiplerinin kupada güçlü şekilde yer alıyor olması bu rakamlarda önemli rol oynuyor.

Bu yoğun turist akını özellikle de iki şehirde yoğunlaşıyor: Rio de Janeiro ve Sao Paolo.

Sao Paolo

11 milyon 300 bin nüfusa sahip Sao Paolo’da 6 maç oynanacak. Şehrin otel sayısı 3797. Şehirdeki toplam oda sayısı 133 bin. Ortalama oda fiyatı ise 132 dolar

Rio de Janeiro

6,4 milyon nüfuslu Rio de Janeiro’da 7 dünya kupası maçı oynanacak. Ancak Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paolo’ya göre otel altyapısı bakımından sıkıntılı. Rio’da 1794 otel var. Oda sayısı da 53 bin. Yani Sao Paolo’nun yarısından bile az. Bu da doğal olarak oda fiyatlarına yansıyor. Ortalama oda fiyatı 173 dolar.

Dünya Kupası, Rio de Janeiro ve Sao Paolo infografiği

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The FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 is expected to give the country’s tourism a welcome boost, with international arrivals expected to see an uptick of 15% over 2013/2014 to surpass the 7 million mark. Average spend per trip is forecast to increase by 11%, as football-loving nations like Germany, Italy, Spain, France, the US and UK spend longer in the destination to watch the beautiful game and soak up the atmosphere.

Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro will take centre stage, however, Rio suffers from constrained hotel supply with 1,794 outlets to Sao Paulo’s 3,797, despite enjoying 50% more international visitors, and this pushes up average daily room rates. Euromonitor International predicts that the real winner of the World Cup 2014 will be Airbnb with already 6% of its global footprint in Brazil, and half of its listings based in Rio, so the peer-to-peer private rentals brand is ready to pick up the overspill from Rio’s hotels during the tournament.

– See more at: http://blog.euromonitor.com/2014/06/rio-de-janeiro-and-sao-paulo-a-tale-of-two-cities-during-the-world-cup.html#sthash.VjECzCkF.dpuf

The FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 is expected to give the country’s tourism a welcome boost, with international arrivals expected to see an uptick of 15% over 2013/2014 to surpass the 7 million mark. Average spend per trip is forecast to increase by 11%, as football-loving nations like Germany, Italy, Spain, France, the US and UK spend longer in the destination to watch the beautiful game and soak up the atmosphere.

Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro will take centre stage, however, Rio suffers from constrained hotel supply with 1,794 outlets to Sao Paulo’s 3,797, despite enjoying 50% more international visitors, and this pushes up average daily room rates. Euromonitor International predicts that the real winner of the World Cup 2014 will be Airbnb with already 6% of its global footprint in Brazil, and half of its listings based in Rio, so the peer-to-peer private rentals brand is ready to pick up the overspill from Rio’s hotels during the tournament.

– See more at: http://blog.euromonitor.com/2014/06/rio-de-janeiro-and-sao-paulo-a-tale-of-two-cities-during-the-world-cup.html#sthash.VjECzCkF.dpuf

The FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 is expected to give the country’s tourism a welcome boost, with international arrivals expected to see an uptick of 15% over 2013/2014 to surpass the 7 million mark. Average spend per trip is forecast to increase by 11%, as football-loving nations like Germany, Italy, Spain, France, the US and UK spend longer in the destination to watch the beautiful game and soak up the atmosphere.

Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro will take centre stage, however, Rio suffers from constrained hotel supply with 1,794 outlets to Sao Paulo’s 3,797, despite enjoying 50% more international visitors, and this pushes up average daily room rates. Euromonitor International predicts that the real winner of the World Cup 2014 will be Airbnb with already 6% of its global footprint in Brazil, and half of its listings based in Rio, so the peer-to-peer private rentals brand is ready to pick up the overspill from Rio’s hotels during the tournament.

– See more at: http://blog.euromonitor.com/2014/06/rio-de-janeiro-and-sao-paulo-a-tale-of-two-cities-during-the-world-cup.html#sthash.VjECzCkF.dpuf

The FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 is expected to give the country’s tourism a welcome boost, with international arrivals expected to see an uptick of 15% over 2013/2014 to surpass the 7 million mark. Average spend per trip is forecast to increase by 11%, as football-loving nations like Germany, Italy, Spain, France, the US and UK spend longer in the destination to watch the beautiful game and soak up the atmosphere.

Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro will take centre stage, however, Rio suffers from constrained hotel supply with 1,794 outlets to Sao Paulo’s 3,797, despite enjoying 50% more international visitors, and this pushes up average daily room rates. Euromonitor International predicts that the real winner of the World Cup 2014 will be Airbnb with already 6% of its global footprint in Brazil, and half of its listings based in Rio, so the peer-to-peer private rentals brand is ready to pick up the overspill from Rio’s hotels during the tournament.

– See more at: http://blog.euromonitor.com/2014/06/rio-de-janeiro-and-sao-paulo-a-tale-of-two-cities-during-the-world-cup.html#sthash.VjECzCkF.dpuf

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