Hotel Prices during the 2014 Brazil World Cup
(12th June to 13th July) will be an average of £143, according to data form hotel search website trivago.co.uk. This will increase to an average of £187 on match days. Brasília and Manaus are the two most expensive destinations, making England versus Italy and the play-off for third place two of the most expensive matches for a hotel stay.
on hotels during the World Cup, prices have increased by an average of 7 per cent since January. One night in Rio will cost an average of £173 during the World Cup period, which will increase to an average of £194 on match days.
Surprisingly, Rio is not the most expensive host city. Brazil's capital city, Brasília, will bethe most expensive place to stay this summer. One night will cost an average of £214 throughout the World Cup (a 10 per cent increase since January), which will increase to £305 on match days.
Also showing increases since January are Salvador (up 14 per cent to £125 per night,£156 on match days) and Manaus (up 11 per cent to £156, £245 on match days). The cheapest host city is Curitiba, where prices have decreased by 16 per cent since January to an average of £102 per night and £131 on match days.
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