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World Cup Project Presentation 2ns hour Kelsey Batarseh. Flight Information . Flight Prices- $2,093.15 Destinations- Brasilia, Brazil from Detroit Michigan Leaving June 10 coming home July 14 Round Trip 1 st Flight to Brasilia 11:43 am – 5:30 am

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World Cup Project Presentation

2ns hour

Kelsey Batarseh


Flight Information

Flight Prices- $2,093.15

Destinations- Brasilia, Brazil from Detroit Michigan

Leaving June 10 coming home July 14

Round Trip

1st Flight to Brasilia 11:43 am – 5:30 am

2nd Flight to Detroit 2:30am – 9:18 pm


Ticket Prices For The Games

Opening Match (No 1) $495

Semi - Finals (No 61 & 62) $660

The Final No 64 $990

Total Cost $2145


The climate in the majority of Brazil is tropical.

  • The economy:Brazil has the seventh largest economy by nominal GDP in the world, and seventh largest by purchasing power parity. The Brazilian economy is characterized by moderately free markets and an inward-oriented economy.
  • Brazil’s economy is the largest of the Latin American nations and the second largest in the western hemisphere.[16] Brazil is one of the fastest-growing major economies in the world with an average annual GDP growth rate of over 5 percent. In future decades, Brazil is expected to become one of the five largest economies in the world.[17][18]
  • Government: Presidential system, Federal republic, Constitutional republic
  • Capital: Brasília
  • Area: 3.288 million sq. miles (8.516 million km²)
  • President: Dilma Rousseff
  • Population: 198.7 million (2012) World Bank
  • Gross domestic product: 2.253 trillion USD (2012) World Bank
  • Official language: Portuguese Language

Facts About Brazil

From the Amazon basin in the north and west to the Brazilian Highlands in the southeast, Brazil's topography is quite diverse. The Amazon River system carries more water to the ocean than any other river system in the world. It is navigable for its entire 2000 mile trip within Brazil. The basin is home to the most rapidly depleting rain forest in the world, losing about 52,000 square miles annually. The basin, occupying more than sixty percent of the entire country, receives more than eighty inches (about 200 cm) of rain a year in some areas. Almost all of Brazil is humid as well as either has a tropical or subtropical climate. Brazil's rainy season occurs during the summer months. Eastern Brazil suffers from regular drought. There is little seismic or volcanic activity due to Brazil's position near the center of the South American Plate


On September 7, 1822, the country declared its independence from Portugal and became a constitutional monarchy, the Empire of Brazil. A military coup in 1889 established a republican government. The country has seen a dictatorship (1930–1934 and 1937–1945) and a period of military rule (1964–1985).

History of brazil

Brazil was given to Portugal as part of the Treaty of Tordesillas in 1494 and the first person to officially claim Brazil for Portugal was Pedro Álvares Cabral.

Four years later the tournament was even trickier as Pele was ruled out due to injury and unable to play the best part of the competition, but up stepped winger Garrincha to give Brazil their second consecutive world title, following a 3-1 win over Czechoslovakia in the final.

However, the following World Cup in 1966, marred by several contentious political incidents, was Brazil’s worst performance during that period as they were knocked out at the group stage by the Portuguese and Hungary for the first time since 1934.

The first name that is easiest to relate with the Selecao’s past is Pele. The ‘King of Football’, won three World Cups in 1958, 1962 and 1970 and amassed a staggering 77 goals in 92 appearances for his country, in those days, the Brazilians were plainly unstoppable.



Hotel 1- June 11 – June 30

Cost - $6,000

Total cost:$10,212

Hotel 2- July 1 – July 13

Cost- $4,212



Car: Ford Focus


June 11-july 14


Total Cost Of The Whole Trip


Transportation: :$4,028

Tickets :$2145


Total : $14878.15