It reached $416 mi last month and $3,6 bi January through September Visitors from other countries left $416 million in Brazil in September, the Central Bank reported. It was the highest rate for the month since 2016, when the Olympic and Paralympic Games took place in Rio, with a recorded $446 million in revenues.
From January to September this year, spending by international visitors topped $3.6 billion, surpassing the rates recorded throughout 2021 and 2020. In 2022, January, March, and August were better than September. The peak was seen in March, when tourists from overseas spent $453 million in Brazil. In January, expenditures stood at $421 million, while August had $431 million.
It may be a sign that life is returning to “normal” after two years of pandemic.
Source: Agência Brasil