Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Mane Garrincha Stadium, Brasilia

The stage chosen by City to host football's World Cup is the Mane Garrincha, built in 1974. The space includes a sports complex with changing rooms, physiotherapy room, accommodation, restaurant and gym. Today can accommodate 45 000 people, but a reform already programmed will increase its capacity to 70,000 seats. In addition to changes in pitch and the stands, the stadium will get a cover and a section for shops and commercial enterprises. To access ramps will be constructed twelve o'clock. It is expected that work be started in 2009. Infrastructure for tourism Brasilia has two sectors of hotels and flats, which all add up to 50 facilities with a total of 28 000 beds. The accommodation further away from the Mane Garrincha stadium, is located only 2 km, a distance that can be navigated on foot. There are new projects running to the hotel network in the city, and the forecast is that supply will increase by at least 20% by 2014.

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