Q&A with Vinicius Lummertz, President of Embratur, the Brazilian Tourism Board: "According to the World Economic Forum, no country has natural resources with more potential for tourism than Brazil."
"If you look at Riyadh alone, over seven million people call it home, rising to 10 million in the coming years." Michael Reininger, CEO, Qiddiya
All eyes are on Saudi Arabia these days as the country opens up to foreign investment, loosens restrictions on outside investors and introduces new regulations.
Michael Gill, Executive Director: "We have seen a broad consensus to move forward with the discussions in a productive manner."
"Worldwide, and particularly in Spain, we have gone through a traumatic learning process. It’s not just an economic crisis; there is a political crisis underlying the economic one."
Rising from the desert just 40 kilometers southwest of Riyadh, in Saudi Arabia, an entirely new destination is set to change the face of life and leisure in the kingdom forever.
Brazil has to be experienced to be believed. The world’s fifth-largest country boasts breathtaking natural wonders, such as the Amazon rainforest, the Pantanal wetlands and Iguaçu Falls.
We are looking to entertain, surprise, impress and of course add that element of escapism and fantasy that is so important here in Ibiza.
Brazil has an enormous potential market to be developed in terms of tourism. Our economy has gained strength again due to all the changes that are happening.
The 21st century heralds a change in the way of traveling. Technological innovation has changed the tourist landscape and promises to go much further.
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