Want to go to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup? It's not going to be cheap! To help travelers get an idea of just how much they'll spend, TripAdvisor, the world's largest travel site, came up with a cost comparison of what travelers will spend in each of the 12 host cities. According to the TripIndex Soccer, Rio de Janeiro will be the most expensive city to visit during the World Cup and fans who are planning to watch team USA will find the biggest deals in Natal.

TripAdvisor's Soccer TripIndex looked at the average daily cost that travelers heading to Brazil will experience in each of the host cities including Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Cuiaba, Curitiba, Fortaleza, Manaus, Natal, Porto Alegre, Recife, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador and Sao Paulo. They took into consideration the price of one ticket to a group round match, a one-night hotel stay, taxi rides to and from the match, dinner and a snack.

"With U.S. traveler interest in Brazilian host cities up nearly 80 percent on TripAdvisor year-over-year, it seems Americans are eager to join in on the soccer celebrations and take in the countries' sites," said Brooke Ferencsik, director of communications for TripAdvisor. "However, the increased demand means travelers should budget more for a stay in Brazil, with hotel prices more than doubling since last year."

TripAdvisor found that Rio de Janeiro will be the most expensive city with an average daily cost of $682, followed by Fortaleza at $602 and Manaus at $554. The least expensive host city is Cuiaba at $457, followed by Sao Paulo at $477 and Porto Alegre at $485.

For fans traveling to see Team USA play, Natal is the most affordable option. Natal where the opening match against Ghana will be played on June 16, is the most affordable at an average cost of $532 per day. The most expensive city for U.S. fans to visit will to Manaus where USA will play Portugal on June 22. Fans can expect to pay an average of $554 in Manaus. The third and final group stage match will take place in Recife against Germany and travelers can expect to pay $541 a day.

Travelers can expect to see high hotel prices as hotel prices have doubles in more than half of the hose cities. Seven of the 12 host cities have seen hotel rates increase by 100 percent or more since the same period last year. They include Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Fortaleza, Porto Alegre, Manaus, Curitiba, and Natal.