10 Reasons To Visit The Brazilian City Of Curitiba Instead Of Rio

Whether you plan on setting down in Brazil or just looking to have some fun, Curitiba is one of the best cities Southern Brazil has to offer. If you like European cities you will definitely love Curitiba. Which feels like a mix between Latin American and European culture.

1. Great infrastructure

Like the rest of Southern Brazil, Curitiba offers top notch infrastructure. The infrastructure might not be as good as the one from developed countries,but it certainly gets close.

Unfortunately, in recent years the infrastructure degraded a bit, due to Brazil being under it’s worst economic recession in history, but like the rest of Southern Brazil, Curitiba’s infrastructure is still of higher quality than the rest of Brazil.

2. Weather that reminds you of Europe

Curitiba’s Jardim Botanico covered in snow

For those who hate Latin America’s sunny tropical weather like me, I’ve got good news for you! Like the rest of Southern Brazil, Curitiba has a Subtropical Highland climate which means it’s not as hot nor as sunny as most of South America and sometimes it even snows in the city. Europeans will feel like they are at home. Cold fronts from Antarctica bringing cold winds and rain, comes very often to Curitiba and the rest of Southern Brazil.

3. Vibrant nightlife

Curitiba offers a wide variety of things to do during the night

With the many options of activities, different nightclubs and pubs the young men out there won’t ever feel bored during their nights in Curitiba. He will always find new places to have fun partying and trying to game chicks or just enjoy a bonding time with his bros.

4. High quality of life

Curitiba’s Rua das Flores

Like the rest of Southern Brazil, Curitiba has some of the highest standards of living if compared to other cities in Brazil. Curitiba’s population are mostly composed of high middle class and high class individuals.

5. Bilingual schools for children

This is useful for those ones planning on starting a family in Brazil or had to temporarily relocate in here due to work reasons. Curitiba is home to many bilingual schools that offer an education in English or German alongside Portuguese. From kindergarten to high school, these bilingual schools will give the chance of your children to become fluent in two languages. The famous International School of Curitiba is a good option to those from English speaking countries.

6. Low crime rates

The streets of Curitiba and other cities from Southern Brazil are much less violent than Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo. However, just because the crime rates are lower in here, it doesn’t mean that you can walk around holding a sign saying “Please rob me!” I still recommend you to take the same safety measures that you would if you were visiting any other big city in the world. Yes, there is crime in the city, but if you have some common sense and don’t let your guard down chances are that you won’t be robbed and you will enjoy your stay in here.

7. It’s close to the coast

Ponta do Sul beach, Parana is only 76.11 miles away from Curitiba

Curitiba might be a landlocked city, but that doesn’t stop you from exploring the beautiful Southern Brazilian Coast that is a few miles away from Curitiba. In less than two hours of a road trip you can get to see the beautiful coastal towns Southern Brazil has to offer. Some of them include Pontal do Sul, Ilha do Mel, Pontal do Paraná, Praia de Leste, Matinhos,Caiobá, Guaratuba and so on.

8. There are girls for everyone

Curitiba has several girls of Polish, German, Ukranian and Italian descent

For the young men just looking to have some fun or the conservative Christian men, Curitiba has girls that attend requisites for both parties. For the young man just looking to have some fun, I advise him to look for girls in the pubs and nightclubs the city has to offer. Bonus points if you have a Brazilian friend to be your wing man and help you break the ice with the locals.

As for the older men out there looking for a more serious relationship or wife material, I advice him to pick one of the many churches the city has to offer and start frequenting their church services and events. While every Church has their share of fake Christians, you will always find a group of real Christians who follow God’s guidelines to live a godly life.

If you are into blondes, gingers or asians then you will love this city! Due to the mass immigration of Germans, Polish, Ukrainians, Italians and Japanese. Curitiba offers girls from various ethnicities.

9. Beautiful churches from all branches of Christianity

Thanks to Curitiba’s European cultural background, the city offers a wide variety of Christian Churches from various branches of Christianity such as Catholic, Lutheran, Baptist, and Orthodox. Curitiba offers several options to faithful Christians of all branches of Christianity

10. Vibrant community of ancestors from Europe and Japan

Curitiba’s German community doing their annual gatherings to preserve their cultural roots

The City has a very rich cultural story, thanks to the mass immigration of Germans, Polish, Ukrainians, Italians and Japanese. Nowadays the city is home to many descendant of those immigrants who do their best to keep their cultural roots intact by enforcing them through cultural events and teaching their children the tongue of their ancestors. It’s not hard to find fluent speakers of German or Italian in Curitiba.

Beware for rich SJWs

As the saying goes “There’s no sunshine without rain.” Curitiba is home to many high class individuals and this come with a cost. Many of the young men of the high classes were raised with their parents paying their tuition, cars, houses, and getting them recommended for jobs. This leads to spoiled leftist adults, who always got their way in everything and suffer from Peter Pan syndrome.

Thus don’t be surprised if you find yourself talking with friends and girls and struggle to explain to them concepts like hard work, economy, and why socialism always fails. But still I’d say this is a very minimal issue Curitiba faces if compared to having to worry about being robbed or murdered in the violent streets of Rio de Janeiro.


Orthodox Christian Brazilians of Ukrainian descent celebrating Easter in Curitiba

Curitiba can be both a great destination for those just looking to travel and “have some fun” or for those looking for a fresh start, such as the German man tired of seeing Germany and its culture being destroyed by Angela Merkel’s SJW policies or the American tired of seeing his homeland being desecrated by Cultural Marxism and Globalism.

However, don’t come in here hoping for streets made of gold or angelic blondies that respect men and will beg to date you. Like the rest of the world, Brazil suffers from the same Cultural Marxist fungus that is destroying Western culture. But with a population that possesses strong regional identity and political views, I can safely say that it will take a while before Cultural Marxism is able to completely vandalize Southern Brazil and its culture as it did to the rest of Brazil, America and Germany.

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35 thoughts on “10 Reasons To Visit The Brazilian City Of Curitiba Instead Of Rio”

  1. I didn’t go out and see anything, but I remember traveling between Iguazu Falls and Rio and the bus stopped in Curitiba a little bit to drop off passengers and pick up a few more.
    It definitely looked like a fairly pleasant and well-kempt city. Things definitely deteriorated the further north we went (and accordingly as the common demographics became less white).

    1. Guys who’ve been to Brazil: where is the best place if you want black women?
      How does it work? Do you wait at the bar and they approach you?

      1. If you want black women, you have many places to go.
        I am from Brazil, so I think I can help you.
        Avoid girls from Rio de Janeiro. They are rude, bad attitude and are gold diggers.
        There is one place in Goias, very far away from the coast, that we call “Quilombolas”. Quilombo is a black people comunitty who stayed in isolation for hundred of years. It is in the city of Cavalcante.
        Girls from Quilombolas are very nice and happy people. They grow up in the farm, so they come from the country. They know how to cook and please a man.
        If you want further information, I can help you, my friend.

        1. Thank you brother, much appreciated.
          I heard Manaus is good too
          I will look into the places you mentioned!

  2. Full of shit.
    First bullshit, for example, about violence, where the author says :
    “The streets of Curitiba and other cities from Southern Brazil are much less violent than Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo”.
    The last official numbers about violence, released 2 months ago, in murders per 100k people (source: http://www.ipea.gov.br/portal/images/stories/PDFs/relatorio_institucional/180614_atlas_2018_retratos_dos_municipios.pdf)
    Curitiba: 31.7 (page 21)
    São Paulo: 14.9 (page 19)
    R. de Janeiro: 34.9 (page 22)
    So, Curitiba much less violent? Why fool the readers?

    1. Those numbers are for murder + violent death by non determined reason.
      If only murder the numbers are:
      Curitiba: 29.4 (page 21)
      São Paulo: 10.1 (page 19)
      R. de Janeiro: 25.8 (page 22)
      Curitiba too violent! Very bad!

      1. The police in any Latin American country are so corrupt, to believe any of those crime statistics online, in the world’s almanac, or anywhere else, is totally unverifiable. The actual crime report will go underreported, because its so bad. They would lose their tourist industry. Just use common sense, stay in a hotel within 1000 feet of the ocean, near good pubs, restaurants and entertainment, and know the fastest way to your hotel room. Get a city map and a highlighter, see where you want to go and the distance.
        Don’t fuck around! If some local eyeballs you, tries to scam you…Don’t give out too much information. Its even better if your hotel has a private beach so you don’t have to worry about a Pardo marching out there with his machete.
        The US is almost just as bad. They expect us to believe that the high in violent crime happened in 1992 and has been decreasing steadily since 1997. That’s bullshit!

    2. Beware:
      Paula Tejano is a well known feminist SJW Reporter from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Take everything what she says with a grain of salt. Of Course she is gonna try to defend her city of birth.

        1. Well it’s not Curitiba that is under Military Intervetion, but Rio de Janeiro. So Rio de Janeiro is still way worse in terms of violence

    3. For someone who’s never been to South America, how dangerous are we talking? It is safe to walk alone at night if you’re sober? How often do you hear about muggings and assaults?

      1. Why are there dislikes for this comment? This guy is trying to find out information
        Do the faggot incels in here just like comments from other incels who sit on their but doing nothing?
        I haven’t been BTW so I wouldn’t know

      2. Depends on the city, but it’s never a good idea to walk alone at night if you look foreigner

        1. I guess danger is something one just has to accept living in Brazil? Maybe all of South America, I don’t know.

    4. I was going to point out the same thing, Curitiba has a pretty high murder rate but it has dropped from close to 60 per 100k in 2010. That was the peak after years and years of unchecked increases. It’s come back down again since as you point out.
      I think it’s down to Curitiba having significant segregation between good and bad areas. Much like Cape Town, South Africa (as compared to Johannesburg and Rio where the good and bad areas are mashed together). I don’t know Curitiba but I do know Cape Town and it’s a lot like that, the CBD is lovely and cushioned for a couple of miles by wealthy suburbs before you start hitting the east of the city where all the bad areas are. The layout of Curitiba sounds very similar.
      The murder rate of Rio in particular isn’t accurate IMO. Lots of disappearances and lost bodies in what are effectively combat conditions at times. Curitiba certainly has a high murder rate though you’re right.

  3. > be tourist in Brazil
    > get stabbed and end up on r/watchpeopledie
    No thanks, Jeff!

  4. In several US west coast cities, the bilingual Brazilian girls come to YOU. Ambitious, horny, but also very kooky by nature — not so crazy where you’d need to worry about them, but sort of nervous energy with that slightly “touched in the head” behavior at all times. Fun and entertaining for about 3-4 months, max. The play less hard-to-get games and are often more sincere than US white girls, but paradoxically still not wife material. They will stalk your ass after a ONS even if it was clearly understood (where most American or Euro girls will not), so beware. Pick the slender ones with with smaller butts…generally nicer, healthier and less slutty.
    (strictly my experience)

    1. The Brazilian girls approaching you in US West Coast cities, I bet, are at least 65% black…The white Portuguese, German and Italian ones, you will have to approach yourself unless you’re a rich millenial, a black man, well connected or are a 28 year old Chad.

  5. I have next to zero desire to visit anywhere in Latin America, the older I get, the less tolerant I am of drugs, crime, chaos, third worldish stupidity, third worldish concepts of sexuality on display, loud reggaeton shit, lound nightlife in general, ghettos etc.

    1. I’m here in Europe in a country where nothing bad can happen to me, day or night, anywhere I would go. I kinda like being safe. :)))

  6. Good article, I agree in part, but have to let it be known that it still is a large city in Brazil and not immune from many of the maladies becoming of said places. First off, a public (-LEFTIST-) school/University system is in place and continues to churn out students subjected to the Marxist/Gramskiest/Paulo Freire bullshit communist dribble year after year and many leave said “schools” infused with these degenerate ideologies into their heads. That is not all bad as anyone who knows the agenda behind these ideologies knows that they aim to and end up churning out whores and promiscuous cum-bags instead of proper, descent and feminine WOMEN (-nose ring and tat much?-) in a failed attempt to address “equality” grievances (#metoo, feminism, anti-family, grrrrl power, etc.).
    That’s not all bad, because these sloots are easy to fuck and great for a pump and dump and (love anal 🙌🤙) and other fun depraved shit and are definitely cute and youthful when made- up but beneath the polished exterior are many times nothing more that purty walking, talking petri dishes, so always use protection.
    I particularly like a more demure and feminine proportion to my bishes (98-102 cm waist, flat belly, ample NATURAL upward pointing nipple titties, shaved pussy, long (preferably straight hair, etc. – the standard hot upper middle/upper class Brasileira look) but there are great looking mixed and dark skinned girls who try to “whiten” up and have to keep up with their aesthetically superior light skinned colleagues to be able to compete on the local SMP. The south of Brazil is home to the great majority of super models for this very reason (Gisele, Alessandra Ambrosio, Isabela Goulart, etc.) due to the strong euro-immigrant genetic and cultural influence. Great place to sport fuck and make great memories and have incredible fulfilling sex..
    However, it is not “crimeless” and is not in anyway immune to the degenerate criminally propense mongrel genetic influence (as the rest of Brazil) so definitely watch your P’s and Q’s, but that is standard in this country – as it is, was and always will be 3rd world. Other than that, it is a great place, all in all and very clean, diverse and vibrant in relation to other Brazilian large cities and by far surpasses Rio de Janeiro in every single conceivable aspect of life.
    Great article Howard, keep it up.
    Cheers from the crowded, ugly, degenerate, corrupt capital city of Brasilia.

    1. Neo,
      Thanks for the feedback. I do agree all big cities in Brazil will suffer from the Cultural Marxist fungus, especially in the education system. I plan on writing an article in the future talking about how this communist indoctrination in Latin America ruined our chances of ever becoming a developed nation or region.
      Anyways I still think Curitiba is a great destination for tourists. Its not as crazy nor as violent as Rio. I’ve had a great time dating girls from Curitiba, they are not as narcissistic nor egotistical as the ones from Rio de Janeiro.
      We might not be able to change Brazil or Latin America yet. But I do believe, that if I keep pumping up articles talking about how the Cultural Marxist fungus is destroying Latin America. In a few years from now we might influence our youth to stop the evil socialist plans of our corrupt politicians and educators.
      Anyways, cheers man!

  7. Could South Brazil be turned into a White ethnostate? They do have an independence movement so a few tens of thousands of us move there and become activists, it could tip the balance. Alsi Brazil is not hard to obtain resudency in. They just have that retarded portuguese langage as a barrier.

    1. @Otávio,
      It’s been a while since I heard from you. I haven’t seen you posting here for quite sometime. Do you care to share with us. Why you feel this way about Curitiba?
      I’ve always had pleasant experiences in Curitiba. I’ve always had good times with my friends and girls from Curitiba. I’ve had a few girlfriends from there. So for me people of Curitiba are very friendly and proud of their regional identity.
      My only complain about Curitiba is about the rich spoiled young adults from there as I’ve mentioned in my article. But besides that I think its a great city to visit or even settle.

      1. My uncle once travelled to Curitiba and he saw a very expensive car, it was broken in the highway. So, he stopped his car to help the other guy. Soon, they started talking and questions go and come. The broken car owner said he was hours there and no one stopped! So, he was lucky my uncle cared for him.
        My ex girlfriend went to a bakery to Curitiba. She said “hi” to the waitress and no answer came back. After that, she went to pay what she ate and she said “hello” to the other waitress. Again, no answer back.
        I was in a online community about “masculine men” in Brazil. Its name was “Eu sou Arcaico”. Some member were from Curitiba. They thought they were superior to other Brazilians because they had European names and they were white. But they couldn’t afford anything. When you are poor, you have to remember other reasons why you are very good!
        These were some experiences.
        In general, I prefer expansive, cool and happy people. Our lives are too hard to live in cold, quiet ways. That’s why I love “Nordeste”, “Centro-Oeste” and “Norte”.

  8. i hear you can’t even drink the water in many parts of that country without getting the Brazilian version of Montezuma’s Revenge.

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