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Offering tours in Portuguese, Civitatis targets the Brazilian market.

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Increasing the total number of activities with Portuguese-speaking guides or with an audio guide in our language is one of the goals of Civitatis for this year. The Spanish company, which sells tickets for attractions, guided tours and excursions to 3,290 destinations worldwide, is growing in the Brazilian market. The most popular travel destinations from here are Paris, Rome, Barcelona, ​​Madrid and Buenos Aires.

“Brazil is in the top 10 countries that most often rent Civitatis tours, but it is currently the fastest growing country where Civitatis is available. Therefore, we want to invest even more in finding Portuguese-speaking suppliers for the next year,” says Alberto Gutiérrez Pascual, Founder and CEO of Civitatis.

20% of travelers who purchase Civitatis tours are from Latin America. Over the past two years, the company has been working to expand its presence in this market, especially in Brazil. The number of events in Portuguese has increased by 86% and currently stands at 870. Civitatis plans to reach 1000 by the end of the year.

The Louvre Skip The Line is one of the most popular attractions for Brazilians. Photo: Maurice Subervie/Atout France.

The company sells tickets for attractions and activities, such as tours and guided tours, in various languages. There are currently 870 variants in Portuguese. “We’re always adding new activities to our website, so our offer of activities in Portuguese is growing every week as we find local Portuguese-speaking providers or the availability of audio guides,” says Pascual. “Buenos Aires, Paris, Egypt and Madrid are some of the places where Brazilians will find Portuguese-speaking guides.”

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When I arrived in Amsterdam on the first Norwegian Prima cruise in September, I hosted two events at the invitation of the company. In both, the guides spoke English, but among the languages ​​available in the audio guide was a Portuguese variant. In the capital of the Netherlands, I was in the Heineken Experience store and took a boat tour along the canal; in the nearby towns I got acquainted with the Zaanse Schans and Volendam windmills.

Destinations and activities most requested by Brazilians

In Europe, Brazilians most frequently searched for destinations on Civitatis from January 2019 to September 2022: Paris, Rome, Barcelona and Madrid, in order. Buenos Aires rounds out the top five for travelers to Brazil. In terms of activities, the most popular trio includes a tour of the Vatican Museums with a visit to the Sistine Chapel, admission to Disneyland Paris, and a skip-the-line ticket to the Louvre.

Among the destinations travelers from Brazil are looking for is Rome. Photo: Enit

Civitatis brings together around 73,200 events hosted by partner companies and agencies around the world. Since 2008, when it was founded, the company already had 14 million customers. In addition to selling tours to individual travelers, Civitatis works with travel agencies; here with Airmet Brasil and Gea Brasil.

* I have been a travel journalist for over 20 years. I write Like traveling, with advice and experience in Brazil and abroad, along with Fernando Victorino, also a journalist and speaker. Follow travel, news and curiosities on Instagram @how to travel e no How to travel | travel podcast

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“His manager is Portuguese and…”; The agent changes plans, and Luis Castro “arranges” the problem in the protection of “Botafogo”

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"His manager is Portuguese and...";  The agent changes plans, and Luis Castro "arranges" the problem in the protection of "Botafogo"

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The defender must return from loan ahead of schedule, and the Glorioso coach will have to make a decision at the beginning of the preseason.

Photo: Jorge Rodriguez/AGIF.  First, Luis Castro does not have Diego Loureiro for 2023.
Photo: Jorge Rodriguez/AGIF. First, Luis Castro does not have Diego Loureiro for 2023.

With the end of the season Botafogo its reformulation is already underway with the participation of Luis Castro. Names like Carlinhos, for example, have already left General Severiano, but there is a tendency for the “purge” to continue a little longer. Especially with the return of borrowed athletes during the year.

goalkeeper case Diego Loureiro, who played on loan at Atlético GO, promoted to Serie B. Curiously, the Botafogo archer has a contract at Goiania until the end of 2023, but Dragao president Adson Batista is pessimistic about the player’s consistency.

“Diego Loureiro is a bit off because he still has a contract with Botafogo, his manager is Portuguese and he has a different vision.” said the director in an interview with radio Sagres from the capital of Goiás.

The goalkeeper played only two games for Atlético-GO, who were betting on Renan in the starting lineup. If he returns to Rio, Loureiro will likely see high competition in the black and white net as Luis Castro now has alternatives to Gatito Fernandes and Lucas Perry.

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Portuguese footballer, former Sporting player, flees the country

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Ruben Ribeiro is accused of domestic violence and was arrested two weeks ago. He left with a term of identity and residence and disappeared from the “trace” of the authorities.

Ruben Ribeiro left Portugal a few days after his arrest due to accusation of domestic violence.

The wife blamed the 35-year-old Portuguese footballer last month.

Woman introduced several episodes of physical and psychological abuse over the past few years – some of which in front of the couple’s three children.

The court considered that the football player’s wife was in danger and, therefore, arrested Ruben about two weeks ago, November 16th.

The midfielder was questioned by the referee, but later releasedindicating the identity and place of residence – with a ban on contact or approaching the victim and under electronic surveillance.

However, the player has disappeared. O morning Post indicates that the General Directorate of Reintegration and Prison Service went to the defendant’s house to install an electronic surveillance device, but when it arrived, the accused was not.

The player also received a phone call, but this never answered🇧🇷 He did not cooperate, according to the Porto Criminal Court.

The newspaper writes that Ruben Ribeiro is in Turkey – His club is Hatayspor, but the family is still in Portugal.

The court has not yet decided what it will do after that. violation of coercive measures – An international arrest warrant may be issued.

Despite this development, the wife’s lawyer assures that she ” trusting that institutions know how to ensure justice and adequate protection for victims.”

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Born in Porto, Rubén Ribeiro grew up playing for Boavista and the Leixoyes. Later distinguished himself in the service of river birdwhich brought him a move to Sporting.

He played in Alvalada for only half a season; was one of nine players who terminated the contract with the club after hitting the gym in Alkoshet, 2018.

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