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By air: The Afonso Pena International Airport receives direct international flights from Argentina. Other countries must make connections in other Brazilian cities, such as São Paulo or Rio de Janeiro. Information on international and domestic airlines can be found here.

The airport guidebook and information service point is located in the departure hall. More information available on or through airport phone: +55 41 3381-1515.

By bus: Curitiba has only one main bus station, which receives buses from all Brazilian states and neighboring countries (Paraguay and Argentina). More information can be found on the city's municipality website, but the information is available only in Portuguese.


A Brazilian visa is a special passport stamp granted by Consular Representations of Brazil abroad to allow entry of foreign citizens, provided that certain requirements are met. Citizens of some countries do not require a visa to travel to Brazil, depending on the purpose of the trip and provided the stay does not exceed 90 days. Click here to find out if you need a visa to travel to Brazil. If you do, please go through the instructions below. 

To check more information on VISA's and necessary documents, visit the government's website. General requirements and step-by-step methodology will guide you to attain your visa, in case necessary. If you still have any doubts, do not hesitate to contact us:

Update from April 10th: as a new decision from the Brazilian government, passport holders from Australia, Canada and the United States will not need any visa to enter Brazil. 

E-VISA for Australia, Canada and USA passports

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