City in Santa Catarina received over 2,100 Algerian tourists who came to support their team at the World Cup. As the team classified for the next stage, at least 1,500 should remain in the city.
The Brazilian Ministry of Environment has released a list of enterprises that have donated carbon credits to offset greenhouse gas emissions as a result of the World Cup.
The amount was spent by tourists from the region during the first days of the world, according to the credit card company.
The information was released in a survey commissioned by the Brazilian Ministry of Tourism from the Economic Research Foundation Institute. Hotel occupancy rate is 45% above expected.