Slaviero Full Jazz Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Rua Silveira Peixoto 1297, Curitiba, State of Parana, 80240-120, Brazil
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Rated 10% higher but also costs 30% more than other 4 star hotels

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How can I get bus from Sao Paulo to Curitiba?

by ay09682

I will arrive on 16th of nov., to Sao Paulo and I have training in Curitiba on 17th of Nov. I would like to know how can I get bus ticket or train ticket from Sao Paulo to Curitiba? and how many hours does it take in average to arrive Curitiba?
ANd if someone could give me informations abt this city?

Re: How can I get bus from Sao Paulo to Curitiba?

by cassiovieggore

The bus trip from SP to Curitiba is around 6 hours. There are two bus companies that servers these two cities: Cometa, and, Itapemirim.
The buses' departure occur to pass by Tietê Station (a subway station). You will find selling tickets on line as well. Buses to work from 6AM to 12PM. But you may buy any ticket any hour you need at Tietê Station.

There is a another option: airways.

There are many airports in São Paulo. Generally the brazilian lift-off occurs
in Congonhas airport. Better you ask the clerks from Guarulhos airport where you shall head to.

My daughter had been in Curitiba some times ago. She loved it.

São Paulo is not connected to Curitiba by railroad.

Re: How can I get bus from Sao Paulo to Curitiba?

by schnaider

Hi! Iive in Curitiba!
From Guarulhos airport you can take the Airport Service bus gng to Tiete bus station terminal, it will drop u inside the bus station, there u can buy the ticket to curitiba, there are buses living at every 40 min from 6 am to midnight.
Cometa bus i faster that Itapemirin, but itapemirin buses are more comfortable.
Where r u gng to stay in Curitiba, do u have any hotel booked already? If u need tips on it just ask.
regards, Schnai

Travel Tips for Curitiba

Parana Pine Tree - The Symbol of Parana

by mircaskirca

One of the first things that I noticed on my visit of Curitiba, was a large number of interesting flat-topped trees, with tall straight trunk and horizontal branches, that resemble pine tree. These are Araucaria angustifolia, also known as Parana pine tree is the symbol of Parana. You see them everywhere - not only in the numerous city's parks but also on the squares and along the streets.

The name Curitiba comes from the Tupi (one of the main ethnic groups of Brazilian indigenous people) words core (pine tree) etuba (many), or kurit (pine tree) yba (great quantity), due to the high concentration of of pine trees previously found in the region. Native people used to gather the cones and harvest the seeds for food. They baked the seeds before eating.

In Curitiba the characteristic silhouette of Araucaria angustifolia appears in patterned sidewalks made of tiny black and white stones and also in many art and craft forms including photographs and paintings. I've got a lovely pine tree fridge magnet from Luiz and each time I open the fridge (and it happens very frequently, hehe) it reminds me of Curitiba and of my very dear friend :)

Good food, great atmosphere (music, arte, etc.)

by VdV about Beto Batata

VT member lbiscaia took my friend and I to Beto Batata, I think the one in the Alta da XV neighborhood (there is one in Agua Verde neighborhood, too.) The evening that we went, there were musicians playing tango and other Latin music (piano and bandaneon.) There was also a fantastic photo exhibit that graced the walls of the restaurant. It had good atmosphere, good music and food. And...Luciana (VT member "lbiscaia") was the perfect host! The specialty at Beto Batata shall I describe...large potato tortillas (looks like a big hash brown potato patty) filled with various items of your choosing (e.g., vegetables, meat, cheeses, etc.) These batatas are big enough for 2-4 people, so we shared one.

Relax after the paulista madness

by albert34

Curitiba is unknown for most of the european tourists,but not for the ecologists, in my opinion.
Although its population is 2 mill.I founded it as quiet,little intimate town.
As I have written in the tips it is necessary to spend at least 3 days in this town.


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