Tulip Inn Campo Largo

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Cafe Road BR-277, 2159, Curitiba, State of Parana, 83000670, Brazil
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bus travel from Curitiba to Foz do Iguazu

by moebiusbean

I'm looking for the schedule of bus transportation from Curitiba to Foz do Iguazu, Brazil. If possible, I'd also like an idea of the cost. Can anyone help me?

Re: bus travel from Curitiba to Foz do Iguazu

by Chilo

Hello !
I'm not sure about the bus schedulle from Curitiba to Foz, but you can visit some homepages:
www.princesadoscampos.com.br
www.sulamericana.com.br
These are some of good bus companies from Parana ( The place where cities like Curitiba and Foz are located, the state ).
I hope you find,

good luck

Your friend in Brazil
Odirlei José Bernardes

Re: bus travel from Curitiba to Foz do Iguazu

by Worldtraveler

Been there, done that!

The information provided earlier is correct, those are the two companies that go to Iguassu Falls. Their buses are incredibly comfortable, but if you really want to relax, try the sleeping bus (I think they call it "Leito" not sure about the spelling), it costs double but the seats are like beds (you won't see the 7-hour trip go by). There are buses leaving Curitiba bus station five times a day, three times in the evening (the best ones to catch are those leaving about 11:00 p.m.)

Have a safe trip.

Joey

Travel Tips for Curitiba

HSBC Christmas Children's Choir

by mircaskirca

Presentation that none of those who visit Curitiba during the Christmas season should miss, is HSBC Children's choir. The celebration started in 1991 as a present for the city of Curitiba, home to HSBC's Brazilian headquarters. This annual celebration has become one of the city's best known attractions.

At night, three times a week, starting the third week of November and ending at Christmas, there happens a beautiful show of 160 children's choir singing Christmas songs (some adopted to Brazilian rhythm) from the windows of the historic Palacio Avenida - the building of the HSBC bank and a landmark of Rua das Flores. Between the songs, there is a presentation of children's play lead by some famous Brazilian actor - Irene Ravache when I visited. The building is lit up by thousands of lights that change the colour all the time as change the sceneries on the windows. The show ends with fireworks.

It is a show of lights and music. It's magic!!!

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French bistro, great for relaxing with friends

by VdV about Bistro Duchamps

My friends Luciana, Lucia and Luiz Carlos, and their Mom took my Mom and I to a casual French bistro in the Bigorrilho (Champagnat) neighborhood called Bistro Duchamps. It was a great place to relax, have drinks and food, and enjoy an evening out with friends in Curitiba.

The bistro often displays works of local artists. About three months after we visited Curitiba, our friend Lucia Paula Biscaia had a photography exhibit at Bistro Duchamps entitled "Pop Tropical Pop."

I recommend a visit to Bistro Duchamps for both the food and the relaxed atmosphere. We ordered a variety of dishes off the menu--mussels, fresh oysters, filet mignon, bruschetta...it was a perfect mix of light and more substantial fare. It was all deliciously prepared and we enjoyed it while our friends enjoyed wine and other drinks.

Curitiba Brazil

by Dizzydean

Curitiba Brazil, [kuɾi chi ba] is the capital and largest-city of the Brazilian state of Paraná. The city has the largest population, the largest economy in the State and also in southern Brazil. The population of Curitiba numbers approximately 1.8 million people.

One theory about the name "Curitiba" comes from the Tupi words kurí tyba, "many pine seeds" due to the large number of seeds of Paraná pines in the region prior to its foundation. The other version, also from the Tupi language, comes from the combination of kurit (pine tree) and yba (large amount).

The first ten years of the 16th century marked the beginning of a war of conquest of Europeans (Portuguese colonists) against the indigenous peoples who inhabited the area of the city. Waves of European immigrants started arriving after 1850, mainly Germans, Italians, Poles and Ukrainians. In 1853, the south and southwest of the province of São Paulo were separated, forming the new province of Paraná, and Curitiba became its capital.

what is the litorina train?

by randychiara

"Passeio cruza cenário cheio de cataratas, grotões"

É espetáculo voyeurista avançar de trem, devagarinho, pela rota paranaense da mata atlântica. Turismo único, as ferrovias são para quem quer férias do volante e adora saborear paisagens. A da Serra do Mar, pela linha Curitiba- Paranaguá, pede que se tenha um olhar desacelerado e disposição para relaxar, ser levado.

O passeio de litorina ou de trem, que parte toda manhã da rodoferroviária de Curitiba e atravessa 110 quilômetros até o Porto de Paranaguá, é rico em cataratas, grotões, casas coloniais e vegetação densa, cenário que parece diferente a cada saída de um dos 14 túneis, a cada passagem por uma das 41 pontes e viadutos da estrada de ferro.

O passeio de litorina - um vagão confortável, com lanches gratuitos, que parte às 9 horas de Curitiba, uma hora antes do trem - tem a vantagem de permitir uma parada de 15 minutos no alto da serra. Até lá, o passeio se revela uma atração que brinca com a altura. Numa espécie de montanha-russa em câmara lenta, com alturas que vão de 955 metros acima até 4 metros abaixo do nível do mar, o turista ferroviário experimenta a sensação da altitude, sabendo-se seguro.

Nos primeiros 22 quilômetros, os passageiros ainda estão na região metropolitana de Curitiba, atravessando os municípios de Pinhais e Piraquara. Menos de 20 minutos depois, contempla-se o túnel de Roça Nova, o primeiro da serra, 955 metros acima do nível do mar. O Rio Ipiranga e a Casa Ipiranga, que serviu de abrigo para d. Pedro II, tomam conta do cenário.

Um dos melhores trechos começa na queda d'água Véu de Noiva, que, de fato, lembra um vestido nupcial. Em seguida, uma beleza atrás da outra: o Pico do Diabo, um dos mais altos da cordilheira, e a Garganta do Diabo, uma enorme fresta entre duas escarpas. A Cruz do Barão, o Santuário do Cadeado (um monumento onde ocorre a parada da litorina), a Ponte São João (com 70 metros de vão) e o Viaduto Carvalho são as mais interessantes vistas antes da estação do Marumbi, a 485 metros do nível do mar, um dos pontos preferidos dos alpinistas que passam pela região. Escalado pela primeira vez em 1879, o Marumbi chega a 1.539 metros de altitude.

Artesanato - Depois de 20 quilômetros, chega-se à estação de Morretes, onde há uma segunda parada, de dez minutos, às margens do Rio Nhundiaquara. Lá, há feiras de artesanato e restaurantes com o melhor barreado (prato típico do litoral do Paraná) da região. Cerca de 40 quilômetros depois, chega-se a Paranaguá, ponto final da viagem, 6 metros acima do nível do mar.

A cidade, com 349 anos, é a mais antiga do Paraná, com o Porto d. Pedro II, o mais movimentado do Sul, por onde escoam as safras agrícolas do Paraná e do Paraguai. Embora o trajeto desde Morretes seja menos atraente, vale parar na cidade, onde está um dos melhores hotéis da região, o Camboa.

A linha Serra Verde Express, do Consórcio Empresarial Pontal do Paraná, conta com 15 vagões de trem e 2 litorinas. O passeio é feito de terça-feira a domingo, dura entre duas horas e meia (de trem) e três horas e meia (de litorina). As passagens, vendidas diariamente (segundas, das 9 às 17 horas, e nos demais dias, das 7 às 18 horas), têm preços entre R$ 20,00 (para trem) e R$ 40,00 (para litorina).

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