OF CEVADA AND MALTE
With 200 years of history and more than 180 thousand inhabitants, the city of Guarapuava has a strong vocation for business events, due to its strong industrialization and development in several sectors of the economy of Paraná, with emphasis on the production of beers.
In addition to business tourism, Guarapuava is also a perfect place for those who want to know more about the paranaense colonization and enjoy natural beauties. The city has beautiful old mansions, churches, museums, parks, squares and lots of green space. All of this makes Guarapuava an excellent place to meet, invest and live.
WHAT TO DO
Those who visit Guarapuava can not miss the São Francisco da Esperança waterfall, the largest waterfall in the southern region of Brazil. There are 196 meters of free waterfall in the center of a beautiful canyon covered with native vegetation.
PATH OF MALT
Guarapuava is a city that stands out worldwide in the production of malt, which supplies about 30% of Brazilian industrial beers. There, artisan beers are also produced with more than 40 registered local recipes. Worth a try!
For those who like tranquility, the city has several farms and country house that offer rural lunches, accommodation, walks in trails and until visitation of caves.
AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL FAIR
Held in August by the Rural Society of Guarapuava, Expogua is the main fair of the city.
ITINEARY OF FAITH
Inspired by Our Lady of Rocio, patroness of Paraná, and other movements belonging to the Catholic Church, Guarapuava has many churches and shrines.
MOST VISITED PLACES
Lagoa das Lágrimas
Natural Park of the Araucarias
House of the immigrant
Occupying a green area with lawns, pines and flowers, the site, built in wood in 1914, is one of the most important sights of the culture of European immigrants in the region and still preserves original features of its building.
Lagoa das Lágrimas
Located in the heart of the city, the lake is the most visited tourist spot in Guarapuava. Featuring jogging track and walk, playground and a huge lawn that sits under the shade of the trees. The place is ideal for strolling with family or friends.
Historical Museum of Entre Rios
The museum preserves valuable objects and documents that tell the story of the Swabians from the Danube, from the 18th century, in Southeastern Europe, to the present day, in Brazil.
HOW TO ARRIVE
Leaving Curitiba you can reach Guarapuava by the BR-277 highway. It is 255 km away from the capital of Paraná.
WHERE TO STAY
With a good structure of accommodation, Guarapuava has many hotels and pousadas.
With a large population of Slavic and Germanic ancestry, local cuisine combines European dishes with regional delights, such as the rack of lamb with pineapple farofa, polenta hamburger, two-fried prime rib and pork.
It is also possible to try dishes from other cuisines, such as Arabic, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese and Ukrainian. That is, quality food for all tastes is what is not lacking in the city.