Things to Do in Curitiba

Things to Do in Curitiba, Brazil - Curitiba Attractions

Things to Do in Curitiba


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  • Virender Jamwal
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India173 contributions
    It’s a huge park with variety of plants and flowers, has a small restaurant inside. Best way to go there is using the city tour bus which charges minimal for 24 hour pass.
    Written January 26, 2024
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  • vitorbabrazil
    Salvador, BA9,290 contributions
    Whether keen on architecture or nor, a fan of Niemeyer's masterpieces or not, or interest in art in all its form or not, do yourself a favour a visit MON when in Curitiba.
    Open Tue to Sun, the entrance free costs R$ 30 and elderly over 60, among other groups, don't pay.
    The museum has 4 levels of pure artistic expression, some of it permanent.
    Written January 27, 2024
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  • Tino
    Curitiba, PR5 contributions
    Intelligent use of a marginal area. Pleasant and very interesting for the local community. Worth the visit.
    Written December 23, 2022
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  • James W
    London, United Kingdom38 contributions
    It is a lovely big open park, simple to get to.
    There are dedicated walking, running and cycling tracks or you can go on the grass.
    The lakes in the middle a clear and perfect to walk around although in some parts it can get confusing on whether you're heading onto a peninsular.
    The main thing though is the Capivaras, there are so many of them and they're so chill. The advice is not to get closer than 2 meters to them which makes sense, we had a great time watching them on land and in the water and got loads of great photos.
    Watch out for Capi poo, there is obviously a fair bit of it around.
    Plenty of places to sit and get refreshments as well.
    Written December 22, 2023
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  • Tino
    Curitiba, PR5 contributions
    A beautiful piece of history in the middle of the rainforest. Drive slowly and enjoy the scenery. Always inform yourself beforehand, subject to landslides.
    Written December 23, 2022
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  • familyjara
    Santiago, Chile2 contributions
    Courteous, attentive team! Dedicated and dominate the content! Punctual, ample parking! A lifetime experience for children
    Written March 11, 2023
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  • Tathiana Machado
    Campinas, SP195 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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  • 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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  • Karin W
    28 contributions
    This is cool building and worth the 15 BRL (March 2023) entrance fee. We came only to see the building, not catch a show. An impressive metal structure in a quarry. Although we didn’t eat the restaurant and bar looked very appealing and bonus points on live music which was not too load.
    Written March 4, 2023
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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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  • she.trips
    Porto, Portugal72 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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  • Virender Jamwal
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India173 contributions
    It’s a small Ukrainian memorial with tiny museum inside and a small food joint. You can’t spend more then 15-20 minutes here
    Written January 26, 2024
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