However, the distances between venues, and cost of domestic flights and hotels, will make next year’s World Cup extremely expensive for visiting fans. Manaus may be off the beaten track, but not many venues can offer the post-match option of jungle tours, tribal dancing or swimming with pink boto dolphins.
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WROLD CUP: Manaus’ new stadium: majesty or extravagant folly?
The Guardian, MANAUS, Brazil
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