Trem da Serra do Mar Paranaense


Every bridge, every tunnel, every landscape that stands out throughout this unforgettable journey, the best we can do is enjoy with this wonderful ride. An imperial railroad, with its charming 110 kilometers, connects Curitiba to Paranaguá since 1880 and perpetuated in time this magnificent and exceptional design.

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Av. Presidente Affonso Camargo, 330 - Estação Ferroviária
Curitiba / PR
Morretes / PR

Postal Code: 80060-090
Phone: (41) 3888-3488
E-mail:contato@serraverdeexpress.com.br
Low season:
- “Litorina” only for groups, or on weekends and holidays.
- Daily train.

High Season:
- Every day
8:15 am Train
8:15 am “Litorina”. Returning from Morretes departing at 3: 00pm.
110 km
About three hours
Curitiba-PR bus and rail station / Marumbi / Morretes / Paranaguá-PR
Guides informing local history. Beautiful scenery. Tunnels and bridges - works of great beauty. The “Serra do Mar Paranaense” Train, departs daily from Curitiba toward the bucolic town of Morretes and in the path of about three hours of travel, tourists are faced with many bridges and viaducts, some considered true works of art ... see more
Guides informing local history. Beautiful scenery. Tunnels and bridges - works of great beauty. The “Serra do Mar Paranaense” Train, departs daily from Curitiba toward the bucolic town of Morretes and in the path of about three hours of travel, tourists are faced with many bridges and viaducts, some considered true works of art Engineering integrated with nature, the most surprising are the São João Bridge - 55 meters long, the Carvalho Viaduct - an outline of a mountain with a feeling of floating, and the most imposing tunnel, the tunnel Roca Nova - 457 meters long and 900 meters above sea level. In addition to the houses, waterfalls and lush vegetation that accompanies the whole tour.
Morretes is known as the agricultural center of Paraná coast. Hence comes, for example, the various types of “cachaça” producing processed by hand, as the famous cassava flour from Morretes and famous “Barreado”, the typical dish of Parana.
Along with Antonina, Paranaguá and Morretes the tourist, has more than 20 restaurants se
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Morretes is known as the agricultural center of Paraná coast. Hence comes, for example, the various types of “cachaça” producing processed by hand, as the famous cassava flour from Morretes and famous “Barreado”, the typical dish of Parana.
Along with Antonina, Paranaguá and Morretes the tourist, has more than 20 restaurants serving this delicacy. The Barreado is served freely at a fixed price per person. Besides Barreado, chances are the fish and shrimp monitoring offered by most restaurants in the area.
The construction of the railway began officially in February 1880. Considered by many European engineers impracticable at the time, the work began on three fronts simultaneously: between Paranaguá and Morretes (42 km), between Morretes and Roça Nova (38 km) and between Roca new and Curitiba (30 km). The goal was to develop the r ... see more
The construction of the railway began officially in February 1880. Considered by many European engineers impracticable at the time, the work began on three fronts simultaneously: between Paranaguá and Morretes (42 km), between Morretes and Roça Nova (38 km) and between Roca new and Curitiba (30 km). The goal was to develop the relationship between the cities of the coast of Paraná and the state capital, with a view to social development of the coast. Moreover, it was essential to link the Port of Paranaguá to the southern states of Brazil.
Through its 110 kilometers, the railway is surrounded by beautiful countryside, with canyons, waterfalls and vast biodiversity. The journey along the centennial railway allows visitors to admire the beauty of the “Serra do Mar”, through bridges, viaducts, valleys and tunnels dug in solid rock, proud work of Brazilian engineering ... see more
Through its 110 kilometers, the railway is surrounded by beautiful countryside, with canyons, waterfalls and vast biodiversity. The journey along the centennial railway allows visitors to admire the beauty of the “Serra do Mar”, through bridges, viaducts, valleys and tunnels dug in solid rock, proud work of Brazilian engineering.