Hotel Savoy Curitiba

Rua Joao Negrao 568, Centro, Curitiba, State of Parana, 80010-200, Brazil
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Buses between Camboriu and Curitiba?

by Merce2006

I'm planning on travelling to Curitiba and Ilha do Mel in January, but I have a bus ticket to Camboriu (I'm coming from Argentina). Which is the best way to get to to Curitiba (or directly to Paranagua) from Camboriu? Are there frequent buses? Does anybody know a bus company that makes this connection? Thank you!!!

RE: Buses between Camboriu and Curitiba?

by luwan

Man, from Camboriu...it is better you go (buy tickets in VIAÇÃO CATARINENSE company)firstly to Pontal do Paraná (near Paranaguá, but go directly to Pontal do Paraná) and cross the bay to Ilha do Mel by boat! After Ilha do Mel, return to Pontal do Paraná and get tickets to Curitiba in GRACIOSA company or go to Morretes by GRACIOSA and after get Curitiba by train, departing about 15h.

You can go on morning to Morretes, knowing a bit around and go to Curitiba on afternoon...PAY ATTENTION: dont sleep in Morretes...the hotels is expensive and there are no things to do at night! But during the day is so cool!!! Further informations about Morretes, Curitiba, Train etc you can get on my profile!

If you have more doubts, ask me!
Hugs,
Luiz

RE: Buses between Camboriu and Curitiba?

by luwan

Pontal do Sul, the name! not Pontal do Paraná! sorry!

Travel Tips for Curitiba

Antonina

by Luchonda

A natural park in the south of Brazil - way down to Curitiba - the green city !!
This is the location where we had a typical Brazil meal called "Barreado" A meal taking about 24hrs to be ready .
Ingredients are a mix of manioc-boiled meat- salads and cheese.
After this ! some grilled seafood and a strong portion of Coffee - Brazilian coffee of course !

Bosque do Papa and Memorial Polones

by mircaskirca

Only a short walk from Museu Oscar Niemeyer is the Bosque do Papa (Pope's Wood), a park created to commemorate the visit of Pope John Paul II to Curitiba in 1980. It occupies the area of more than 46.000 m2 where was an old candle factory Estearina.

In the heart of the park is an open-air museum, Memorial Polones (Polish Immigration Memorial). It's made up of seven log cabins, built by Polish immigrants in the 1880s, and are a live remembrance of the faith and battle of the Polish immigrants. The cabins contains displays of typical objects used by the first families, and one building has been turned into a shrine to the Black Virgin of Czestochowa. There's also a shop selling Polish handicrafts, books, vodka and souvenirs marking the papal visit.

On the side road as you enter the park, there's a tearoom, Kawiarnia Krakowiak (open daily 10am-9pm), where you can get delicious home-made Polish-Brazilian cakes, light meals and superb locally produced vodkas.

Bosque do Papa is open daily 6am-8pm and the Memorial Tue-Su 9am-6:30pm.

Curitiba

by randychiara

""Land of Abundant Pine Cones""

Curitiba, standing some 3,000 feet (914 meters) above sea level on the plateau of Serra do Mar, is the capital of the progressive state of Parana. Since the late 1800's, Curitiba's bracing climate and picturesque location have attracted immigrants of Slav, German, and Italian origin. Curitiba grew rapidly after 1950 and it is known for the sensible manner in which it became a major city without losing a comfortable life-style. The city derives its economic prosperity from its role as commercial and processing center for the expanding agricultural and ranch areas in the interior of the state. The population of this environmentally conscious capital has about 1,500,000 inhabitants.

- the botanic garden in the pics -

"me and my friends inside the botanic gardens"

it's funny cos i was speaking German to this half brasilian half german friends ihihih
a LOT of people speak german at home in this city

"night view of the botanic garden"

me, alita and carlise

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