There’s the so-called Brazilian Maldives Jericoacoara so it’s only natural to assume that there’s a French garden in Brazil. Indeed there’s such a place in South America’s largest country and it’s called Curitiba.
Lying in the prosperous Southern region, Curitiba is noted for its beautiful city-scape, economy and inhabitants having European ancestry (German, Ukrainian, Polish, Russian, and Italian). One of the main tourist draws in the city is the French style-inspired Botanical Garden. Don’t miss the slew of fountains, squares and memorials. Want more travel tips for Curitiba or perhaps a reasonable inspiration to travel? Visit http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20130719-forms-of-identification-marcello-arrambide.
As a thriving polis, there is more to Curitiba than meets the eye. Its diversity transcends even Brazil’s culture.