Things to Do in Curitiba

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Things to Do in Curitiba

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  • Diego S
    1 contribution
    Jardim Botânico is a very popular and famous garden. It´s located in Curitiba, Brazil. If you visit Curitiba you can visit the Jardím Botânico and take amazing photos and enjoy the diferent plants and flowers that are in this place. I love this place and recommend for another people!
    Written May 17, 2021
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  • Junior Durando
    Sao Paulo, SP97 contributions
    The best park in Curitiba city. The waterfall is the best. The spectacular view of Curitiba city. A lot to places to take pictures.
    Written March 28, 2022
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  • Carlo B
    Lima, Peru208 contributions
    Beautiful journey, we started in Curitiba and travelled down to Morretes where we had almoço (moqueca de banana) and then to Antonina where we saw the sea.
    Written August 6, 2021
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  • Isabel C
    Macae, RJ116 contributions
    We chose the neighborhood due to the proximity to the park, so we could enjoy a feeling of having somewhere to exercise outdoors. Couldn’t be happier.
    Written February 24, 2020
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  • Andre D
    Valinhos, SP111 contributions
    One of these places you have to pass by and have a look ! Oscar Niemeyer’s work is appreciated by many and hated by a few, make you own mind visiting and walking around!
    Written September 12, 2020
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  • Tomas Denis
    47 contributions
    Was a nice diversion on a sunny Sunday. I am not a big homemade craft guy but it was still interesting to pass by the varied stalls and see what creativity exists in the people of Curitiba.

    For me a great meal and a pint of local beer is all it took to rate this a must see/do on Sundays (only on Sunday) in Curitiba.

    If it’s raining just pack an umbrella and go. You can choose any one of 15+ places to sit, eat and drink and watch the passerby’s well just pass you by.

    Highly recommended for a Sunday activity.
    Written December 14, 2020
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  • Isabel C
    Macae, RJ116 contributions
    I was kind of disapointed when we went there. I was expecting more, more trails, but all was closed due the construction of the telepheric. Even so, nice place for a sunday.
    Written February 24, 2020
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  • Tathiana Machado
    Campinas, SP180 contributions
    A lot of restaurants, bars and wine shops. Charming streets, flowered and well lighted. The visit is worth it.
    Written February 7, 2019
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  • Gingerdielo.
    Twizel, New Zealand16 contributions
    A still alive piece of the past. Really well organised and maintained, the Holocausto museum bring back a good idea about how horrible and dark the Holocausto was. We did the visit by ourselves and I think the guided visit that happens on Sundays should be a plus.
    Written April 21, 2019
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  • Andreas K
    Stockholm, Sweden513 contributions
    If you’re a football fan and in town, it’s worth to do the stadium tour. It’s informative and you get to know everything you need to know of this amazing stadium. It’s very different from any other stadium in South America. Even from the European stadiums.
    Written May 24, 2020
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  • Rozibaggio
    Curitiba, PR55 contributions
    Built as tribute to the German immigrants, is a beautiful nice to walk park in Curitiba city.
    It has amazing views of city, also kids enjoy it a lot as they can follow the path of Hansel and Gretel trough de forest and get to the witch house, where they will be welcomed by story tellers.
    At the high part of the park people will find a small cafeteria where I recommend to give a try to a lively cup of coffee with delicious German cakes.
    Written December 10, 2018
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  • she.trips
    Porto, Portugal71 contributions
    This is a great experience if you're visiting Curitiba and can't see much more in Brazil. It shows a great view of brazilian flora, just make sure you have mosquito spray on before going
    Written January 15, 2019
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  • Blue Chocolate Experiment
    Curitiba, PR83 contributions
    Do you know that famous stores like Prada, Tiffany, Gucci, Louis Vutton? So, you will find them at Pátio Batel. But besides these stores that are also "normal" stores. This is a big mall with good, but few restaurant options.
    Written March 13, 2020
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  • Carlos B
    Brazil59 contributions
    Museun is very interesting. A good thing to do when you are in Curitiba. The most thing I liked was to see a mummy.
    Written March 20, 2019
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  • Segundo Verão
    Curitiba, PR160 contributions
    A beautiful green area (Tingui Park) in Curitiba, PR, visitors can visit the Ukrainian Memorial, built in honor of this group of immigrants who arrived in Brazil in the late nineteenth century. In the place was built the replica of the old chapel of St. Michael, made in wood and in Byzantine style. You can also visit a permanent exhibition of pêssankas (hand painted eggs), icons and embroidery. Beside the chapel is the belfry, which symbolizes the integration into the new land and the importance of religion as the maintainer of cultural unity.
    Written October 3, 2019
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