Mabu Curitiba Convention
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Mabu Curitiba Convention
Travel Blogs from Curitiba
... to head to the big city for New Year and avoid the crowds and hugely elevated prices.
By contrast, the whole ½ million inhabitants of Curitiba, the state capital of Parana, were obviously heading to the beach, even the Asians, as even the corner shops & restaurants were closed. Walked for nearly 2 hours and only found one bar open and not a single restaurant, excepting lanchonetes, (greasy spoons) as they ...
... much social
acceptance already. In comparison, Brazil seem to have no problem with
this issue at all, people are extremely accepting of culture and
sexuality as far as I can see and it will be good to see New Zealand
head in the same direction as here.
The second thing that flooded my facebook are statuses, events, and
photos of graduation. I would like to congratulate all ...
... and Priya are insect repelling themselves as they don't have malaria tablets I've not been bitten once on this trip... Touch wood! There are soooo many bugs! I hate them I am not an outdoorsy girl at all, and frogs too, eurgh! They keep freaking me out and I keep screaming, I had a frog sat on my foot! Looking forward to tomorrow doing piranha fishing and horse back riding but only walking boooo so no cantering or jumping ...
... drizzle. Ok.. so far so good. We’re trudging along toward Paulista Ave and I notice there’s a tenth of the traffic there should be.. strange.. but we were heading toward Paulista, Brazils business boulevard. When Paulista arrived it was the quietest it had ever been. Even better, the trains were vacant as well. We couldn’t believe our luck; we’re still to this day not sure what happened but it presented as a public holiday or ...
... taken to a hotel. We learned that the train was cut off aswell as the three major roads that could have taken us to the coast due to major flooding and landslides. We won't be able to go today so Thomas, our guide, who actually lives in Curitiba is trying to keep us happy and entertained here. We went to a nice nature park with a lake with high cliffs, the museum/art gallery and ...