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Rua das Flores (XV de Novembro) historical walkway in the heart of the city. Lots of people, lots of local stores, lots of restaurants (food by weight). Make sure to walk near Praça Osório, take pictures near the "bondinho" red old train. Not sure about...More
People use to say Curitiba is a piece of europe lost in the south america. The Flowers Street has lost of elements from the beginning of the city. All the buildings and even the sidewalks send you back to the time when the red-train was...More
Jaime Lerner convinced us all, or the hype surrounding Curitiba convinced us all that the Flowers Street was the first pedestrian shopping street in Latin America. Well, perhaps it is, but there seems little out of the ordinary here. Simply no cars allowed, which is...More
Rua das Flores is one of the main attractions of Curitiba, Brazil. It has many little shops, cafes and restaurants. There are many places to shop and places to grab a bite to eat. The main part of this street stretches from Rua Presidente Faria...More
This pedestrian-only boulevard gives a big cosmopolitan touch to the city, Lot of shopping, open air coffee shops and restaurants attracts visitors and locals. On Saturdays find artists selling paintings and handcrafts, few street entertainers as well. Same day the city offers diverse games and...More
Very nice place to enjoy a nice walk in safe and pretty surroundings. Conveniently surrounded by many stores, so you can buy souvenirs, clothes, supplies--anything you need! Located close to the historic sector of the city, so it is a great way to spend part...More
This is my favorite place to walk, to shop to look around and to listen to gossipers. We find all kind of people on the street. Curitiba is famous for the beautiful girls in the country and you can find many around.