Explore fun things to do in Curitiba near scenic Japan Square

Situated between the upscale Batel and Água Verde communities, Radisson Hotel Curitiba boasts quick commutes to downtown and things to do nearby. Need a break from meetings in our hotel venue? Simply stroll across Sete de Setembro Avenue to view the beautiful Japan Square, or drive 15 minutes east to wander among the breathtaking flowers at the Botanical Garden of Curitiba. For more action, take in an adrenaline-pumping soccer game at Arena da Baixada. You can also see a performance at the city’s Wire Opera House, famed as much for its architecture as its performances.

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Arena Joaquim Américo Guimarães

0.64 mi / 1.03 km from the hotel
Better known as Arena da Baixada, this 43,000-seat stadium is home to the Athletico Paranaense soccer team and was the first stadium in South America to have a retractable roof.

Botanical Garden of Curitiba

2.97 mi / 4.79 km from the hotel
Experience these exquisite gardens through sight, smell, and sound as you stroll past French-style statues, blossoming plants, and trickling fountains.

Japan Square

0.05 mi / 0.09 km from the hotel
This public park and garden in the heart of Curitiba features artificial ponds and more than two dozen cherry trees sent from the Japanese Empire. For a deeper look into the Land of the Rising Sun, visit the House of Culture and the Tea House.

Panoramic Tower

1.53 mi / 2.46 km from the hotel
Get a 360-degree view of Curitiba and the surrounding landscape from atop this telecommunications tower. At nearly 110 meters tall, it's one of the highest points in the city.

Wire Opera House

4.22 mi / 6.79 km from the hotel
Walk across the steel bridge to the entrance of this innovative opera house, where you can marvel at the tall ceiling in the auditorium while viewing the surrounding waterfalls, rock formations, and green vegetation through glass walls.

Oscar Niemeyer Museum

2.8 mi / 4.51 km from the hotel
Named after the famous architect who designed its unique buildings, the Oscar Niemeyer Museum highlights visual arts, modern architecture, and design. Spend an afternoon strolling through its 35,000 square meters of exhibition space and grounds that make it the largest museum in Latin America.