Soccer is one of the most anticipated sports in the world. People of all ages watch the game with great enthusiasm. The FIFA World Cup is hosted by Brazil, and the country has some great attractions for the visiting people. Soccer fans coming to Brazil will not be disappointed as the country prepares itself for the mega event. There are spots in the major cities where people can have the most amazing time of their lives. Here is the list of major cities that will host the FIFA World Cup matches and the main attraction in these cities.
Sao Paulo: It is not only the largest city in Brazil but the largest city in South America. Sao Paulo will host many of the major clashes of the FIFA World Cup 2014 and the city is a major source of attraction for the tourists. Sao Paulo has restaurants that serve almost all kind of meals and desserts. The city has got some of the most beautiful beaches on earth and the soccer fans planning to visit this place will certainly have a great time. Hundreds of security personnel are deployed in the city for the mega event.Transporters are taught English language so that the visitors do not face communication problems.
Porto Alegre: It is one of the most famous cities in southern Brazil. Porto Alegre will host a number of matches of the FIFA World Cup. The major attraction of the city is known as Canion do Itaimbezinho, featuring beautiful waterfalls and sheer slope for the visiting people. The city has restaurants offering multicultural foods including Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, and French meals. Security cameras are deployed in different parts of the city to avoid any unpleasant incident. Transportation is provided by the government outside hotels and restaurants till the late hour so that visitors do not face problems in reaching their destinations.
Natal: It is the capital and largest city of Rio Grande do Norte. Natal will host a few of preliminary round matches and this city offers so much to the visiting fans. The city is known for its impressive and light colored sand dunes. The soccer fans can go for sunbath and swimming on the long vast sandy beaches, after enjoying the world cup matches. The city also features some of the best hotels in the world especially for the European visitors. Dozens of security personnel are deployed outside the airport, restaurants, soccer stadiums, and beaches.
Rio de Janeiro: It is one of the most popular cities in the world and will host a number of matches from knock out stages. The city has multicultural population and almost all the restaurants offer different varieties of food. Chinese and Thai meals are very popular in this part of the country. After watching the world cup fixtures, the visitors can go to the amazing Botafogo Beach just a few minutes away from the soccer stadium. High alert security cameras are deployed in different parts of the city for the safety of the visitors.
Recife: The city is one of the most important economic centers of the country and will host a number of world cup matches. The city is known for its history and the access to the nearby city of Olinda. After enjoying the world cup fixtures, the visitors can eat a variety of foods in nearby restaurants. People can easily go from Recife to Olinda, a picturesque seaside city on top of the green hill, where people can observe the natural beauty of art and culture in an ecstatic way.