San Juan Charm Curitiba

Rua Barao do Rio Branco, 354, Curitiba, State of Parana, 82515-000, Brazil
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things to do in curitiba

by visitingbrazil

any great things that i should do while in curitiba? i'm going for a wedding of a friends with my boyfriend...we love anything with a good history, athletic, culturally interesting, musical, etc..


RE: things to do in curitiba

by Ericos

- make the traintrip Curitiba - Paranagua. Get out in Morretes en return via the "graciosa". Wonderfull!
- there is a tourist bus (white colored) that goes along all the tourist points in Curitiba. Cheap und interesting.
- Take the bus early and visit "Vila Velha" at Ponta Grossa. See tourist guide.
- During a long weekend: take the bus to the falls of Foz do Iguaçu.
Enjoy Brasil.

RE: RE: things to do in curitiba

by schnaider

Go to Tanguas Park, Opera de Arame and for a walk in Jardim Botanico and Barigui Park!
Go to Bosque do Alemao at the end of the day to have a coffee with an apfellstrudel! :)
Nightlife, bar do Alemao, Taco el Pancho, Casa di Bela and Beto Batata (eating)!
Go to Alice bar on a saturday night to dance Forro or on a friday for a Salsa Night! Really nice!
Enjoy ur trip to my city!


RE: things to do in curitiba

by VdV

For a listing of current festivals, theatre shows, dance performances, art exhibits, etc. try this website. It was recommended to me by my friends in Curitiba and was really helpful on my visits there!

RE: RE: things to do in curitiba

by Henkster

I visited Curitiba in March. It is quite an interesting city. Brazilians describe it as the "1st world of Brasil" or the "model city for the country", etc.
While I couldnt figure out what is so special about their bus system, I did notice the green spaces and the cleanliness of the center.
The small old town is called "Largo da ordem" and it has some nice bars and restaurants. Some old buildings do need restauration, though.
There are only very few tourists in Curitiba, but it is interesting to visit for a bit.

Travel Tips for Curitiba


by Luchonda

Antonina was in the past an important harbour.
A lot of vegtables was shipped ant distributed all over the world.
Actually it is a natural reservation spot - not that important to see but a nice place to meet local people - speaking english very well - and this is important to!!

Opera de Arame

by VdV

The Opera de Arame is a beautiful glass and metal tube structure (a style of building that has become a Curitiba trademark.) There is a nice waterfall and garden park adjacent to the Opera House. A lovely place to visit.

The day that I visited, there were some art exhibits being displayed in the lower levels of the Opera House. I bought some handpainted bookmarks from a local artist, with the oil paint literally still drying when I walked up to purchase them.

Most European capital in Brazil

by ahoerner

Curitiba, the city where I lived for the last 11 years, can be considered the most european capital in Brazil.
Influence of the immigrants that reached southern Brazil in the mid 1800's.

The city is nationwide known as one of the capitals with the highest life quality standards and as well as the ecological capital of Brazil. It is covered with beautiful parks you can reach using the efficient and organized transportation net.

Its nightlife is getting more and more interesting, since you count with restaurants and cuisines from all over the world. Most famous are the italian district called "Santa Felicidade", where you find restaurant after restaurant on the Via Veneto street.

Curitiba is located 400km southern from Sao Paulo and 800km from beautiful Rio de Janeiro. Heading south you reach the wonderful city of Florianopolis, plenty of beaches and breathtaking landscapes.

If you are visiting Brazil and are curious about the city, try it... you will enjoy it.


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