Brazil World Cup 2014 Travel Safety Advice

Brazil World Cup 2014 Travel Advice

Brazil World Cup 2014

Since 2001, Objective Travel Safety has been helping individuals avoid and anticipate danger when travelling and we can provide expert Brazil World Cup 2014 travel advice. The World Cup is one of the most anticipated sporting events, and in June 2014 its set to attract thousands of football fans and tourists alike. Objective Travel safety has created a six page Brazil country briefing note, as well as 12 helpful individual Host City notes covering the stadiums, transport, crime areas, local teams, rivalries, weather and FIFA logistic plans, while the pack also offers useful insights into various other attractions such as nearby beaches, cathedrals, music and night time entertainment.

Gaining your Detailed Brazil World Cup Travel Warnings

There are areas of Brazil that have a reputation for crime, but visitors should not be put off, and our Brazil World Cup 2014 travel advice can help to make sure you are fully prepared. As well as providing written briefing notes, Objective Travel Safety is also providing a two to three hour security and logistic presentation on Brazil and the 12 host cities; informing you of the risks and providing you with knowledgeable advice throughout your travels. Every aspect of your trip to Brazil should be carefully considered, and our Brazil World Cup 2014 Travel Advice will certainly make sure you are equipped with all of the necessary information.

Essential Brazil World Cup Travel Information

Prices are available on request for our briefing notes and our presentation, so whether you are visiting Brazil to attend matches or just happen to be travelling at the time of the tournament, our Brazil World Cup 2014 travel advice can ensure you are fully prepared.

To gain a price or find out more about the advice we offer contact Objective Travel Safety today 01788 899 029, or alternatively you can email us at

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