Curitiba travel guide

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You're Going to Love Curitiba

Curitiba has been named by Forbes as one of the smartest cities in the world. As the capital of the state of Paraná, Curitiba features plenty of sightseeing opportunities, infrastructure, and ample accommodation.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Curitiba

What to do in Curitiba

Jardim Botânico de Curitibaritiba
Ópera de Arame
Museu Oscar Niemeyer
Torre Panorâmica
Top activities & attractions in Curitiba

When to Visit Curitiba

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High season in Curitiba falls between November to March. During this period, you can expect cool weather and plenty of nearby travel spots. The only downside is that there will traffic jams, crowds, and less accommodation.

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How to Get to Curitiba

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Where to Stay in Curitiba

If you're on a budget, you can opt for Formule 1 or the YHI Hostel Roma, both offering spotless professionalism and good quality. If you have some dough to spend, Pestana Curitiba Hotel and Hotel Deville Curitiba are excellent options.

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How to Get Around Curitiba

The Cost of Living in Curitiba

Shopping Streets

With thousands of shops from well-known brands, malls, and local shopping centers, you're guaranteed to have fun. Check out Largo da Ordem Market, Park Shopping Barigüi, and Shopping Mueller all in or near Curitiba.

Groceries and Other

Curitiba has a Mercado Municipal where you can find food and horticultural products at a fair price. The local farmers market also features a variety of freshly produced vegetables and eggs at R$8 per dozen.

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Where to Eat in Curitiba

Expect to taste a variety of yummy dishes like feijoada, a black bean and pork stew and barreado, a meat stew cooked in a pot for 24 hours. To sample the various dishes, visit Ponto Quilo Grill restaurant for a buffet selection. Head to the Bouquet Garni to enjoy the all-you-can-eat vegetarian buffet. Churrascaria Arco Iris is a must-visit if you're a meat lover. You can get a dish for R$7 that consists of meat and an accompaniment or R$60 for traditional Indian or Japanese cuisine.

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