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Things to Do in Curitiba, Brazil

Curitiba is a sprawling and buzzing capital city of the Brazilian state of Parana.With a notable skyline, the city is adorned with botanical gardens, cathedrals and has some lovely scenic views to offer.
Morretes Parana
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This small town of Morretes stages itself on the river Nhundiaquara. The historic town is famous for its traditional dish Barrdeo and the many restaurants and monuments.
Ride this iconic rail through the preserved Atlantic forests for a spellbinding experience. Get to know the history of this historic railway culture.

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Serra Verde Express Train
Pier at Ilha Do Mel
Enjoy a good walk at this pier as it offers a panoramic view of the beach and the rocky shore. At Ilha Do Mel, one can also opt to explore some more beaches which are lined along the island.
Botanical Garden
A pristine looking garden that is a storehouse of primitive species of flora and fauna. Enjoy a good evening stroll in this magnanimous looking green garden.
An epitome of architecture merged with art, this museum hosts a collection of art pieces from the historic times depicting the culture that has prevailed in Curitiba.
Museu Oscar Niemeyer
This opera house is located in the core of the Amazon rain forest. Brazil is home to many such opera houses. One such is Wire opera house in Curitiba.
Amazon Theater in Manaus Brazil
Barigui Park
This lush green site is a perfect place for a chilling day out. Expansive and by a stream you can choose to ride a bicycle, take a stroll or park on the grass with a good book enjoying the sunshine.
The park offers immense scenic beauty. You could click some lovely postcard pictures here.
Tangua Park Curitiba Parana
Bosque Do Alemao Parana
The park has interesting activities in store for kids. It is following the trail of Hansel and Gretel and reaching the candy house. Watch this famous story come alive in this wonderful park.
Ukrainian Catholic Church
This church celebrates the Ukrainian immigrants who reside in Brazil. The differential architecture amidst green pastures is admirable.

 Nupur Lakhe

Apr 17, 2021
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Rodrigo Kugnharski, Blake Cheek