2014 World Cup Travel Guide: 7 Tips To Remember

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The FIFA World Cup is an international competition sponsored by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association. The event happens every four years and involves 32 teams from around the globe. The 2104 FIFA World Cup takes place in Brazil in June at a variety of different venues over the course of approximately one month. Traveling to the FIFA World Cup requires coordinating travel plans coordinated with the schedule of matches.

1. Get Passports and Visas

Traveling to the country of Brazil from the United States for the World Cup requires a passport and a visa. Apply for a passport at your local post office during regular business hours or specific hours dedicated to purchasing a passport. Fill out your passport application ahead of time and take it with you to your appointment. Passports are typically mailed to your home 4 to 6 weeks after you apply. The cost for a passport varies but plan to pay approximately $150 per person.

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