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Touristic Train to Morretes

Touristic Train to Morretes

 

Travel to Morretes from Curitiba and get to know this charming place

9 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Historical Center - Morretes
  • Craft Market - Morretes
  • Barreado
  • Train to Morretes City
  • Landscapes

Includes

  • Roundtrip Transfer to Most Hotels in Curitiba
  • Professional Tour Guide
  • Tickets to Tourist Train to Morretes - Touristic Class Wagons Categories (Portuguese Speaking Guide on Board, Snacks Included)
  • Lunch – Barreado (Barreado is Slowly Cooked in a Clay Pot for Several Hours, Which Makes the Meat Soft) - Served over Rice and with Sliced Bananas, Oranges and Manioc Flour. On the Side, a Breaded Fish is also Served

  • Beverages
  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • The specific departure time for this tour will be determined upon reconfirmation.
  • Customer must tell his prefered language at the moment of purchase. Available in Portuguese, English or Spanish

From US$143

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The tour leaves Curitiba hotels around 7:00am by bus and heads to the train station to get on board the train to Morretes City. You will travel through the centenary railway, built in the nineteenth century, inside the ecological reserve of Serra do Mar, in all its charm. When arriving in the charming city of Morretes, you'll visit the historical side of the city with its colonial houses, craft Market and churches. Following, you'll stop for lunch at the Nhundiaquara river banks to taste a Barreado (Traditional dish of Paraná). It consists of several cuts of beef slowly cooked over 12 hours on a clay pan. Manioc flour added with water is used to seal the pan, preventing steam from coming out. Once done the meat just falls apart. Served over rice and with sliced bananas, oranges and Manioc Flour. On the side, a Breaded Fish is also served. Simply irresistible.

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