Arena da Baixada in Curitiba plays host to four,
group stage, World Cup matches.
Curitiba - Arena da Baixada
In the group stage, Curitiba hosted fans from Algeria,
Honduras, Iran, Nigeria, Russia and
Curitiba has been the capital of the state of Parana since 1853.
Much of Curitiba's expansion and cultural diversity is thanks to the
mass immigration during the 19th century. Germans, Italians, Poles and Ukranians have all
added a little something to the city; from Italian restaurants in Santa Felicidade to
Bosque Alem�o (German Wood) and the Ukrainian church in Tingui Park.
Football in Curitiba
Curitiba football fans closely follow the games of Coritiba Foot Ball Club (Couto Pereira stadium), Clube Atletico Paranaense (Arena da Baixada)
or Parana Clube (Durival de Britto e Silva
2014 World Cup Finals fixtures played at Arena da Baixada.
Monday, 16th June
Iran vs Nigeria (0:0)
Friday, 20th June
Honduras vs Ecuador (1:2)
Monday, 23rd June
Australia vs Spain (0:3)
Thursday, 26th June
Algeria vs Russia (1:1)
Road to The Final.
Curitiba's preservation of green areas are evident by a number of
city parks and the Barigui Botanical Garden.
Cultural attractions in Curitiba include the Opera de Arame and Oscar
Turismo (Tourism Line) is a special city tour that visits the main tourist attractions
Alameda Dr. Muricy, 950 - Centro - CEP: 80020-040 - Curitiba.
Getting to Curitiba
Curitiba by Air
Pena International Airport is located about 17km away from Curitiba, in nearby Sao
José dos Pinhais.
Curitiba by Bus
Rodoferroviaria is located on Av. Presidente Afonso Carmargo.
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stay and what to see is made easier with insider tips and hand-selected Brazil links, by
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2014 World Cup Finals - Knockout Stage.
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