The world destinations experts compared indexes on gastronomy, transportation, and hotels, among other things, concluding that in recent months the places to stay in Rio de Janeiro, one of the host cities of the World Cup, have doubled in value.
Concretely, the website assures that the most expensive night in Rio de Janeiro is that of the Spain-Chile game on the June 18. In addition, it confirms that “all the cities have experienced significant increases in prices in recent months, although some, like Rio de Janeiro, have been among the most expensive in South America for years.”
Also, of all the cities where “the Red” will be during this first stage—that is where they will make their debut next Friday against Holland in Salvador, at the Fonte-Rio Arena, which is shaping up to be the most expensive.
It is worth pointing out that the second meet-up of the team, led by Vicente del Bosque, will be against Chile on Wednesday the 18th at 21:00 at the legendary Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. There, the cost for tourists to stay reaches an average price of 247 euros.
In fact, it is the most expensive night of the World Cup in Rio, except for the final, when you will pay 274 euros on average. Since Rio de Janeiro is already a destination with elevated hotel prices, these facts are confirmed by June's monthly average, 212 euros, or that of the previous month of May at 143 euros.
And the last meet-up of the first phase will be in the Joaquim Americo Guimaraes Stadium, better known as the Arena de Baixada, located in Curitiba. This will be the cheapest city where Spain will play since the average price for all of June is 108 euros, although for June 23, when Spain plays Australia, the price is around 152 euros. This price is double that of the previous month of May when sleeping in Curitiba only costs 76 euros.