Do check out everything Maringa has to offer. Visit the Our Lady of Glory Cathedral or the Napoleao Moreira da Silva Square.
Parana is dotted with cultural and natural attractions, from perennial tourist favourites to lesser known gems. Apucarana, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the west, and Arapongas, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the west of Maringa are good spots to check out if you have the time.
Approximately 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the east of Maringa is Londrina, a regional center which is home to Londrina Museum of Art, Arthur Thomas Park and Rocha Pombo Square. And don't return to Maringa until you've stopped by Londrina's Tomi Nakagawa Square, Londrina Planetarium and Londrina Historical Museum.
Willie Davids Stadium is a great place to spend an afternoon enjoying soccer, and to see the Adap Galo Maringá Football Club, in action. Willie Davids Stadium is in Maringa, less than 1 mile (1. 6 kilometers) away. On weekends the stadium is filled with white and black, as soccer fans gather to get behind their beloved team.
Tourists longing for spots to learn more about local spiritual beliefs, will love visiting some of the region's many cathedrals. For an outdoor cultural activity that the whole family will enjoy, take the time to head to the region's fascinating open-air exhibits and open-air museums.
There are times when one of the most effective ways to truly dig below the veneer of a destination is by hiring local guides. The region offers some interesting guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours. Active travelers searching for outdoor thrills should test their limits by joining a hiking or mountain biking adventure.
As the sun sets on your time in Parana area, pack your travel bag and bid Maringa a fond Adeus (farewell).