The city's postcard
The famous (and wonderful) metallic structure in this picture it's the greenhouse that houses botanic species that are national reference, including a water fountain. For those who follow a fitness lifestyle there are several hiking trail options to be explored, and for the geeks there's an space with expositions, library and auditorium.
MON (Oscar Niemeyer Museum) houses several expositions and it is one of the best meeting places for those who follow an alternative lifestyle. The interspace below the museum's building is huge, and lots of people go there to chat and kill some time. The grass is usually utilized to make picnic, play with dogs and smoke some stuff ;P
Located in the Civic Center surrounded by historical buildings and bars. The main attraction is the handicraft fair that occurs on Sundays ! It's there that happens the carnival out of season.
Espanha park is located at Batel Soho, a city's nobel area. On Sundays happens an old cars exposition, handicraft fair, and secondhand clothes fair, where you can go and trade any piece of clothing that doesn't suit you anymore by someone else's clothes. People go there to walk with their dogs or just to enjoy a sunny day. Many people also meet at the park during nighttime to get something to drink ;)
For those who have a little more time, go to Morretes <3 ! It's one of the most famous and beautiful train trips of Brazil, on a railroad inside Serra do Mar ecological reserve. Tickets price vary around R$ 69,00 (roundtrip). For those who have more money on their bank account there is the Litorina Luxo wagon costing R$ 470,00: with leather and velvet sofas, and Champagne.
Bosque Alemão honors the culture and tradition that the germans brought to Curitiba. Amazing place to relax and take nice pictures!
The neighborhood built by Italians it is home for more than 30 restaurants, some with a thousand seats capacity. I think it's time to take a little break from the diet, right?
Curitiba is considered one of the best cities to live in Brazil. Being chosen by FIFA to host the 2014 World Cup, Curitiba showed the world the reasons that make it a reference when it comes to the quality of life. Known as the Brazilian capital of business tourism, it has a great hotel and gastronomic network. Additionally, numerous companies of large national and multinational scale are established in the region, attracting professionals from several areas that go to Curitiba to sign contracts or attend events .The large green area of ??55 square meters per inhabitant is distributed in more than 25 parks and groves with complete infrastructure for recreation and sports practicing. The streets, the efficient public transport, the health system and the environmental preservation, along with the feeling you are in Europe (dictated by the cold weather and the sense of security) convey to residents and visitors the feeling of well being!
Considered the best place to live in Brazil, Curitiba is no different when it comes to the LGBT public - it ranks as the third Brazilian capital regarding the number of gay marriages, besides having pioneering groups in the area of ??promotion of LGBT citizens. You can also find the best pubs, restaurants, cafes and nightclubs scattered throughout the city, which will welcome you with lots of affection and respect and ensure a day full with flirting and enjoyment.