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Rail Tour to Morretes and Paranaguá from Curitiba
"The single-track line through the Serra do Mar is one of the highlights in Paraná. Opened in 1885it was for the engineers one of the big challenges of that time. The track starts in Curitiba in 934 m above the ocean and ends in Morretes just some numerous breathtaking bridges and tights in a train of the 1960´s. Morretes was a very important place by the end of the 19th century and had 3 river ports to export the mate-tea and sugar-cane produced in the region. In Morretes you will enjoy a typical lunch. You will taste “barreado”: boiled beef cooked in a closed casket for many hours. It will be served with fish and seafood. After lunch get ready to go to Paranaguá the first town founded in Paraná in 1646. The city has today about 150000 inhabitants and its economy is based in the harbour the second biggest in Brazil and the first in Latin America for grains. In Paranaguá you will visit:Archeological and Etnological Museum: Maintained by the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) this museum is located in a former Jesuit school facing the Itiberê River.Historical Downtown: With several churches such as Sainkt Benedikt (founded by slaves)
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Rail Tour to Morretes and Paranaguá from Curitiba
"The single-track line through the Serra do Mar is one of the highlights in Paraná. Opened in 1885it was for the engineers one of the big challenges of that time. The track starts in Curitiba in 934 m above the ocean and ends in Morretes just some numerous breathtaking bridges and tights in a train of the 1960´s. Morretes was a very important place by the end of the 19th century and had 3 river ports to export the mate-tea and sugar-cane produced in the region. In Morretes you will enjoy a typical lunch. You will taste “barreado”: boiled beef cooked in a closed casket for many hours. It will be served with fish and seafood. After lunch get ready to go to Paranaguá the first town founded in Paraná in 1646. The city has today about 150000 inhabitants and its economy is based in the harbour the second biggest in Brazil and the first in Latin America for grains. In Paranaguá you will visit:Archeological and Etnological Museum: Maintained by the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) this museum is located in a former Jesuit school facing the Itiberê River.Historical Downtown: With several churches such as Sainkt Benedikt (founded by slaves)
From $227.00
 
Rail Tour to Morretes and Paranaguá from Curitiba
"The single-track line through the Serra do Mar is one of the highlights in Paraná. Opened in 1885it was for the engineers one of the big challenges of that time. The track starts in Curitiba in 934 m above the ocean and ends in Morretes just some numerous breathtaking bridges and tights in a train of the 1960´s. Morretes was a very important place by the end of the 19th century and had 3 river ports to export the mate-tea and sugar-cane produced in the region. In Morretes you will enjoy a typical lunch. You will taste “barreado”: boiled beef cooked in a closed casket for many hours. It will be served with fish and seafood. After lunch get ready to go to Paranaguá the first town founded in Paraná in 1646. The city has today about 150000 inhabitants and its economy is based in the harbour the second biggest in Brazil and the first in Latin America for grains. In Paranaguá you will visit:Archeological and Etnological Museum: Maintained by the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) this museum is located in a former Jesuit school facing the Itiberê River.Historical Downtown: With several churches such as Sainkt Benedikt (founded by slaves)
From $227.00
 
 
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