The South

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  • 1. Cave Geisse

    This boutique winery has gathered a cult following for its sparkling wines, made with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grape varietals using the méthode champenoise. What...Read More

  • 2. Ilha do Mel


    The 10-km-long (6-mile-long) Ilha do Mel, a state park in the Baía de Paranaguá, is the most popular destination on Paraná's coast. The island is...Read More

  • 3. Jardim Botânico

    Jardim Botanico

    Although not as old and renowned as its counterpart in Rio, the Botanical Garden has become a Curitiba showplace. Its most outstanding feature is the...Read More

  • 4. Mercado Público


    The picturesque Mercado Público is in a Portuguese colonial structure with a large central patio. Even though the interior of the market was destroyed in...Read More

  • 5. Parque Estadual do Caracol

    This park is renowned for its breathtaking 400-foot waterfall that cascades straight down into a horseshoe-shape valley carved out of the basaltic plateau. It also...Read More

  • 6. Parque Nacional dos Aparados da Serra

    One of Brazil's first national parks, Aparados da Serra was created to protect Itaimbezinho, one of the most impressive canyons dissecting the plateau in the...Read More

  • 7. Praia do Rosa

    Known nationally for its awesome beauty and laid-back atmosphere, Praia do Rosa boasts sand dunes, lagoons, and green, forest-covered hills that end right in the...Read More

  • 8. Praia dos Ingleses

    Ingleses do Rio Vermelho

    Named for a British sailboat that sank here in 1700, this narrow beach has an unparalleled lineup of hotels and restaurants for all budgets, making...Read More

  • 9. Reserva Ecológica do Sebuí

    A private, protected nature reserve near Pinheiros Bay, the Reserva Ecológica do Sebuí is an immersive way to experience the Atlantic Forest, in one of...Read More

  • 10. Rua São Francisco


    Buzzing with life, the once down-at-heel stretch of Rua São Francisco between Rua Pres. Faria and Rua Barão do Cerro Azul has been given a...Read More

  • 11. São Miguel das Missões


    The best-preserved and best-organized Jesuit mission in Brazil, São Miguel das Missões is an impressive, circa-1745 church built with reddish basalt slabs brought by the...Read More

  • 12. Bosque Alemão

    Jardim Schaffer

    The 8-acre German Woods, a park honoring German immigration, is on a hill in the Jardim Schaffer neighborhood. On its upper side is the Bach...Read More

  • 13. Casa Valduga

    Linha Leopoldina

    This large winery produces several lines of premium wines; the Cabernets and sparkling wines in particular are highly regarded. In summer you can take a...Read More

  • 14. Catedral Basílica Menor

    Setor Histórico

    Also called Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Luz dos Pinhais, this cathedral is on the site where the city was founded in 1693. Finished in...Read More

  • 15. Catedral Metropolitana


    Although its construction began in 1921, this cathedral wasn't fully completed until 1986. Its predominant style is Italian Renaissance, but note the twin bell towers,...Read More

  • 16. Centro Cultural Santander


    This stately building, constructed in 1927–32 and the former headquarters of various banks, is now owned by Banco Santander, which has transformed it into a...Read More

  • 17. Don Giovanni

    Oozing old-world charm, this family-run winery in the bucolic hills around Pinto Bandeira makes a convenient base camp for a weekend of wine tasting, with...Read More

  • 18. Don Laurindo

    Vale dos Vinhedos

    Chances are you’ll be greeted at this small winery by the affable Ademir Brandelli, the fourth generation of a family of winemakers that dates back...Read More

  • 19. Fundação Iberê Camargo

    Praia de Belas

    Set up in 1995 to promote the work of the 20th-century gaúcho painter Iberê Camargo, this foundation is the jewel in the city’s cultural crown....Read More

  • 20. Glaspark

    Salto Weissbach

    The Blumenau area is home to an important glassware industry, whose high-quality products are aimed at the discriminating customer. At Glaspark you can see artisans...Read More

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