Traveling to the 2014 World Cup: What to Know Before You Go







With the final batch of tickets to the 2014 World Cup released just last week, avid footie fans are beginning the countdown to the big event. Considering that games will be held in 12 Brazilian cities, including Rio de Janeiro and São Paolo, and some visitors may be hitting more than one match during the monthlong tourney, now’s the time for spectators to get their travel plans together. We asked Paul Irvine, one of Condé Nast Traveler’s top travel specialists (and a Rio resident for the past 11 years), for his essential Brazilian travel tips. Here’s what you need to know before you go.

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