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map Our tour starts in Curitiba – the Arame Opera, The “Eye“ Museum (Niemeyer), The Leminsky park and lot of gardens, squares and green makes the Ecological and sustainable capital of Brazil. Then we take in a fantastic train trip down the Serra do Mar (mountain range). This railroad was built in 1880 and at that time was a great engenering work. The curves and tunnels that cut the Atlantic forest are a special gift. At the end of the trip colonial port cities connect us to Ilha do Mel –( Honey Island) – Two nights there to explore the island, the seaside and nearby the National Park of Superagui. Back to Curitiba again by train this times going up in the the same railroad. The Railroad has 110km (68miles) of extension, 14 tunnels and 30 bridges including the São João Bridge with 55meters high. This is based in fixed departures with minimum of 2 persons and we have to version a fully escorted option in English, Spanish and French or an Economic one where we help you in all the steps of the trip but the guide is you. You make it at your own with our assistance. Train ITINERARY 1 Day - Curitiba: Transfer to your hotel. Overnight and rest of the day to explore the Green capital of Brasil. Our hotel is central and is a chance to try the city transportation system that is a model to many other L.A Cities.. 2 Day – 7h00am Transfer to the train station and ticket for embarking in the tourist wagon to go down the Serra do Mar to Paranaguá.. a fantastic trip crossing the still preserved Mata Atlantica. Arrival Paranagua time for lunch and boat transfer to Ilha do Mel. Walk to the pousada and overnight with the stars. 3 Day – Day at leisure in Ilha do Mel to explore beach, old fortress and a boat visit to the nat Park of Superagui. Overnight. 4 Day- Boat transfer to Paranaguá and train up the mountains back to Curitiba. Arrival train station and transfer to Airport or hotel in Curitiba. End of our Package TEE ALSO SPIX AND MARTIUS – THE NATURALIST SERAIS ! photo frame

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