Bristol Flexy Centro Civico Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Rua Deputado Mario de Barros, 1158, Curitiba, State of Parana, 80530-280, Brazil
Bristol Flexy Centro Civico Hotel
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Best way to travel from Curitiba to Buenos Aires

by phatima

Ola,
I am going to be in Curitiba at the end of March for the Global Biodiversity Forum, I can't wait. I'm planning this trip at the last minute as I have only just managed to get funding to go to the conference, and would love to be able to visit a friend of mine in Buenos Aires after the conference. I don't think I'll be able to afford a flight though... could anyone tell me how much I should expect to pay for a bus ticket to Buenos Aires, and how long the journey would take?

RE: Best way to travel from Curitiba to Buenos Aires

by henrysp

It's not worth going by bus...it's a large ride from Curitiba to Buenos Aires (1800km!!!).
Flying it will cost around US$300 (round trip), and by road will cost something around US$250, but will last more than day and half at road.

Cheers,
Henrysp.

RE: Best way to travel from Curitiba to Buenos Aires

by dargains

You can check the prices for flights at.
www.voegol.com.br - Cheapest conection between Buenos Aires and Curitiba(low cost air company)
www.decolar.com - Brazilian travel agency
www.rumbo.com.br - Brazilian travel agency
www.cruceirodelnorte.com.ar - bus company that connects curitiba and Buenos Aires

I think you can spect to pay U$ 200 for flying round trip, and arroun 150 U$ bus round trip

Travel Tips for Curitiba

Saturday mornings at the Rua das Flores

by VdV

If you happen to stroll down the Rua das Flores (pedestrian mall) in the Centro area, you are likely to come across groups of children painting works of art. The story behind this is that when the pedestrian mall was first configured, some local business owners and some city residents (who favored driving downtown to do their shopping) protested the city blocking off the avenue to automobile traffic. As a gesture to "protect" the new pedestrian mall, scores of children laid out paper and starting painting artwork, in an effort to block members of a local automobile club who were threatening to take the new pedestrian mall "back" for car traffic. The tradition of the children painting protecting the center of civic life and shopping along Rua das Flores has lived on, and every Saturday children continue to gather and paint art.

Santa Felicidade

by ahoerner

The district of Santa Felicidade is countrywide known for its various Italian style restaurants.

Its main avenue is called Via Veneto and all along it you find all sorts of Italian restaurants: simple ones, fancy, huge, not so huge, nice taverns... so this is where happiness (Felicidade) can be found...

This district was mostly colonized by Italian immigrants in the late 1800's/early 1900's, which brought and preserved their traditions, their culture and they way of life.

That's what makes Curitiba so interesting in my point of view... a genuine mixture of cultures. And what is most suprising: everyone gets along with each other!

Curitiba

by OrlandoBR

Curitiba is a mid-sized city just 400km south of São Paulo. It is a smaller version of its neighbor megalopolis, with a few of its wonders and none of its problems. Several times has Curitiba been praised for its high standards of living, with a perfect transportation system, lots and lots of green spaces, cultural activities, and so on. Like São Paulo again, it's not really the best city for tourism, but certainly an excellent place to live happily.

Curitiba is also a gastronomic paradise, with the peculiarity of being terribly cheap! But since no place is perfect, it is a fact that this city is COLD 11 months in the year...

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