Mercure Apartments Curitiba Sete de Setembro

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Av. Sete de Setembro, 5368, Batel, (formerly Parthenon) Curitiba, State of Parana, 80240-000, Brazil
Mercure Sete De Setembro
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curitiba to Morretes. by train

by pdevaskar

I am visiting Curitiba on 17 th december ,2010,Thursday.need to leave on 18th or 19th night.I want to go to Morretes by train one way.THAT IS the only reason I am visiting Curitiba .PLEASE give me suggestions on how to buy ticket online fron USA..?Does SerraVerde Express run on Friday?tx.HELP!Also is there a way to buy bus ticket to Rio From Curitiba( Leito) Online from USA and what time does it leave to Rio at night.I ned to catch flight to USA from Rio on Sunday 19 th night and I want to reach Rio by Sunday a.m. for sure.tx .pl reply.

Re: curitiba to Morretes. by train

by rkearns

wait. so you say you want to go from curitiba to morretes. but you want to bus from rio to curitiba? are you going to catch a bus from morretes to rio?

you can buy a ticket a couple of days in advance from the bus station. i don't know about reserving online. i actually wouldn't do it. it may cost you a lot more, and the bus times change a lot between the time you purchase the tickets and when it departs.

i would just buy the ticket from curitiba a day in advance, to morretes, and when you get to morretes, buy the ticket to rio on the day you want to leave. from rio, tickets can be purchased on the day you want to depart for curitiba. there are many buses per day.

Re: curitiba to Morretes. by train

by bahiana77

Bus info is found on the ANTT (main Brazilian bus) site. Here is a page that has a link and instructions for use:
You have to put in the state and city of departure and destination. (Curitiba is in Parana state, btw)
The bus company is Itapemerim. 875km Price R$125 Night bus.
While it never costs more to buy online, often Brazilian bus companies aren’t set up to sell online, or at least not to people without a CPF (Brazilian ID), or to people with a non-Brazilian issued credit card. In this case (on that bus company site), there is an option to say “estrangeiro” (foreigner) but they still have a mandatory CPF field. (no logic !).
But I don’t think it would be a problem to buy in Rio the day before departure. Ask the front desk of your accommodation to call and have the ticket delivered so you may not even have to go all the way to the bus station. (In Salvador, delivery costs about R$3. In Rio, I never did it.)

Since you will probably be purchasing on arrival in Rio, though, you might also want to look into flights from Rio to Curitiba and return, since many fares are now better than the bus. For example, Webjet currently shows a fare of R$99 (total with taxes R$118,62) and one for R$119 from Rio (GIG) to Curitiba in December. They also fly the Rio-Curitiba route from the intown airport (Santos Dumont) for a similar fare (and if you are staying IN Rio that saves a taxi/bus fare and trip to GIG). You could buy at the airport when you arrive in Rio initially.

This is the train site:
It seems one can purchase online,b ut I did not go far enough to see if there would be the same ID problem.
On Friday, the train leaves Curitiba at 8:15, arrives in morretes at 11:15. On the return, it leaves Morretes at 3pm (15:00) and gets to Curitiba at 6pm (18:00).

Happy travels.

Travel Tips for Curitiba

Early January...Beggars(?) on the streets?!

by VdV

During my first trip in January 2004, during the end of my 3-week stay in Curitiba, I was in a car with some friends. All of a sudden, there seemed to be many youth, with dirtied faces and clothes, going car to car begging for money. In most other cities around the world, it wouldn't seem so strange. But, having spent 2 weeks in Curitiba, where it seemed relatively safe, clean and not so many beggars (there are some, but not as many as in bigger cities), I was surprised to see so many--and they appeared to be youthful and very able-bodied!

I recounted this experience to my friends who live there, and they laughed and said it was part of the university custom. On the first day of the term (in my case, I think it was January 18, 2004), the new university students put dirt on their faces and beg in the streets. My friends said it is a local custom. A sort of hazing ritual I guess!

Just sharing, in case you happen to visit during January and surprised to see so many beggars on a particular day!

Salads or fast food...

by ahoerner about Au Au

This is my favourite place to order salads.

They are served in huge bowls and they are very tasty...

This place is also very traditional in the city by its hotdogs, which are sold either in the shop or by the street vendors right in front of the store (on the sidewalk). Hotdog and salads!

Curitiba, a place not in Europe!

by Strad

"An incredible sight...Critiba Museum"

"One and the only...Barreado"

Barreado is hard to prononce for me, because of its "rr". Barreado is a slow cooked meat, mostly using beef, for over the night, in a sealed claypot. The flavor is incredible, the aroma can be smelled within 2 blocks! Served with some oranges, bananas, and corn mill on the side, the taste is just speechless.

Don't try asking for this gorumet anywhere else, even in Brazil, this is only for Morretes, a tiny beautiful town in south of Curitiba.

"Club night out on Elvis Presley Day"

It was such a hard task to take out these crazy Brazilain ladies all at once. My dear friend Ana who generously sheltered me, and her lovely monther, their neighbor, a gym instructor, and rest of Ana's girl friends.

More reports about night clubbing on town of Curitiba is pending...


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