ParanáBrazil. It's an incredibly culturally rich and diverse state, blending characteristics of the Portuguese, indigenous and African cultures present in most of Brazil, with those of varied immigrant groups such as German, Polish, Syrian-Lebanese and Japanese. However, for very comprehensible reasons, the most visited attraction of the state - as well as of the whole country - are the awe-inspiring Iguaçu Falls.
The north "coast" borders the State of São Paulo. Water sports, fishing and leisure.
This central region attracts rural tourism.
The metropolitan region contains the state's capital and its neighboring areas.
Curitibathe capital, known worldwide for its innovative urban planning and famous Botanic Gardens
- - main gateway to the Iguaçu Falls and cultural mix with Argentina and Paraguay
Iguaçu Fallsthe world-famous waterfall.
- The Atlantic Forest South-East Reserves — a UNESCO World Heritage site