Cascavel is a young and promising city that stands out as university center with seven higher educational institutions. The city have a large industrial infrastructure services and the agribusiness show all the technological grandiosity and development of the city. Cascavel hosts annual events such as music festivals, dance, film, theater and shows, but also has many sights that stimulate the knowledge and culture of your visitors.

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Cathedral of Nossa Senhora Aparecida

2,5 km from the hotel

Cathedral of Nossa Senhora Aparecida

Its design signed by the architect Gustavo Gama Monteiro, has as main characteristic the pleated roof slab with 18 buds on 18 reinforced concrete columns, forming an array that represents the robe and crown of Our Lady. The altar has as background a gold-plated wall, with the Last Supper sculpture. Inside, there are works of Cascavel sculptor Dirceu Rosa, as well as the monument in honor of Our Lady of Aparecida built on the cathedral square.

Celso Formighieri Sperança History Museum

2,2 km from the hotel

Celso Formighieri Sperança History Museum

The Museum was opened in September 1976 and revitalized in April 1996, aims to preserve and rescue the memory and regional, heritage with ethnographic and historical material connected to the origen of the region. With permanent exhibits about the evolution of the urban municipality, personalities, timber and mate cycle objects, also exposes acquis on agriculture and tropeirismo.

Dirceu Rosa House

2 km from the hotel

Dirceu Rosa House

The residence and studio of the Cascavel sculptor  Dirceu Rose is quite unique. Its facade is all crafted with motifs of fingers, from the gate, walls, windows, until doors and furniture that were carved by the artist. A job that lasted four years. There is a permanent exhibition of his work, made with raw clay, wood, cement and bronze.

Florêncio Galafassi Migrants Square

3,5 km from the hotel

Florêncio Galafassi Migrants Square

One of the main postcards of the city, has a monument consisting of five large concrete ramps that point to the five regions of Brazil, representing the percentage of migrants who composed its population base.

Jl Cascavel Mall

3,8 km from the hotel

Jl Cascavel Mall

Migrants Florêncio Galafassi Square

3,9 km from the hotel

Migrants Florêncio Galafassi Square

One of the main postcards of the city, has a monument consisting of five large concrete ramps that point to the five regions of Brazil, representing the percentage of migrants who composed its population base.

Paulo Gorski Ecological Park

4,8 km from the hotel

Paulo Gorski Ecological Park

Large recreation area, hangout by the local population, is the largest urban nature reserve in southern Brazil. Inside the park is the former Our Lady of Fatima Church, restored and tumbled to become a cultural center called the Lake Church. Another space for artistic performances is the wood construction with capacity for 400 people, called the Lake Theatre. Has even a bike lane with 3800m, skate park, playground,  area for microlight, restaurant and parking.