With the pound sterling to Brazilian Real exchange rate, 2014 is a great year for British tourists to visit Brazil

Brazilian to English pound exchange is great for visiting British tourists

The Real (pronounced “Hey Eye“) is Brazil’s unit of currency. Last year British tourists would have got three reais to the pound, making Brazil a very expensive place to visit, and easily the most expensive country in South America.

But this year British tourists will see their pound go way further, as every pound now gets you almost four Brazilian reais,  just in time for the onslaught of Brits to the 2014 World Cup.

A big bowl of Açaí costs about £2.50, a pint of beer is £2 in a club and a meal in a nice restaurant will set you back about £8.

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