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Average Flying Time12 hours 39 minutes
Airline FlyingTAM, Condor Airlines, Tap Air Portugal
Average Flying Kms9779 (kms)
Best Time to TravelDecember to March
Time Zone UTC/GMT -3 hours
LanguagesPortuguese, German, Italian
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 3.07142 BRL
Modes of TransportBuses & Tram
Why Fly to Curitiba
Top 10 Places to Visit
Enjoy a view of stunning architectures from the 19th century. The Red House is an iconic landmark whilst Church of St. Francis dates more back to the 18th century. Make it on Sunday to shop around at the craft fair for great souvenirs and gifts.
Commonly referred as ‘Museum of the Eye’ due to the design by Oscar Niemeyer. The collection focuses on exhibits of visual arts, architecture and design. It also features many signature art words of Niemeyer.
Make it atop the telecommunication tower for panoramic views of the entire city of Curitiba. Opened to the public in 1991, the tower also provides access to the Telephone Museum. Be there to enjoy stunning sights of the city’s iconic landmarks.
The heart of Curitiba harbours attractions of all kinds including places of worship. Built in the style of neo-gothic architecture, the Basilica is one of the culturally significant landmarks in the city.
Prominent as an important historical landmark, the best time to visit the Palace Avenue is during year-end festivities. Underprivileged children performing Christmas carols at the building’s many windows is one of the biggest attractions.
Enjoying an influx of tourists from all corners of the world, the botanic garden resembles the style of French gardens. Some of the most attractive features include library, auditorium, an enormous greenhouse and a Botanic Museum.
The Express ride takes you through abundant natural beauty from lush greens to highlands, deep canyons and waterfalls. It is a moving gallery of beautiful scenery featuring the route with 67 bridges and 13 tunnels.
Popularly known as the ‘Wire Opera House’, it was opened to public in 1992. Offering a capacity to 2,400 spectators, it is an excellent place to witness splendid artistic and cultural performances.
Renowned as one of the biggest theatres in Latin America, it presents a series of events with amazing performances that’ll simply blow your mind. Spectacular puppet shows, comedies, symphony orchestras and ballets are some of the best to enjoy.
The largest urban park in Brazil, it is blessed with ample attractions. The zoo is a part of the Regional Park Iguacu, which is crossed by one of the main rivers in Parana. Make it here to enjoy natural attractions coupled with rich fauna and flora.