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On December de opera house offers a series of concerts every 30 minutes. So you should enjoy them! The entrance is R$ 10,00 and the Parking lot it’s about R$ 5,00. It’s a wonderful place to enjoy the view and listen to music.
This is an interesting spot to visit and event venue, rather than an attraction per se.They do have an Italian bistro in the lower level and the adjacent former quarry is a good place for kids to run in, but make sure to check their...More
The Opera de Arame is an amazing steel structure: a bridge over a waterway leads to a theater built out of thin steel which makes it look delicate, almost as if it had been made of wire (which is what "arame" means). On the lake...More
It’s a charming place with an interesting architecture. You have to pay to enter into the opera house, but it definitely compensate the fee.
There are shows in the coffee place and the metal structure is pretty amazing to take photos.
This beautifull opera house is just another example of how the people of Curitiba is able to think outside the box. Situated inside an old quarry it transformed it into a lovely place for everybody to enjoy
It is the case as you have a lot of expectations and when you are on the site it is completely different that you have imagined.
As touristic attraction is only worth if you are really interested in such kind of build/structure.
Maybe if you...More
We stopped here on the curitiba tourist bus ( worth using) just to see it its made of steel and reminds me a bit of the globe theatre in London in size but next to a waterfall and of course very much more modern! Its...More
This place was on our way so stopped by while we were driving past Curitiba.
Would be good to watch a concert otherwise nothing exceptional. The fact that it is made solely of iron is the attraction. Nice settings but I wouldn't go all the...More