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Porto Brazos, Ponta Grossa

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  • We went as a couple. Access is easy. It has parking and a beautiful garden. We then enjoyed the rum, liquor and wine, cranberry and all delicious. Also consume two pints of cranberry (R$8 cup). In the end, we bought a bottle of beer and a small size. Great service. Worth knowing.
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  • A rural restaurant serves paella on Sundays and has a wine cellar of cranberry-based products that can be enjoyed during meals or purchased at a local store. A pleasant stroll with good options, just one caveat, the only meal are paella
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  • The place is beautiful, he's got a farm well looked after and the restaurant is spacious. But if you go there on a day other than Sunday thinking that will eat the Paella if you're wrong! Outside Sunday, they only serve pancakes, fondue other things besides desserts I haven't tried but it's not a lunch itself. The intriguing was that when you get there, I thought you were going to eat the so-called paella, but as I was with my family on a Saturday we could not eat. BUT, HOWEVER, there was a group of "raids" with their families that the restaurant closed for them, so just imagine my family and another who was there at the time, eating some panquequinhas (that were not anything good) and the Group of raids if serving of Paella! I thought it was disrespectful to the other customers who were there, if not to serve, you shouldn't have to no one, that is, if you close a group, then Yes, they make paella, otherwise you eat pancakes with smell of paella in your nose! Other than that, the store that is attached to the restaurant is quite interesting you can taste various drinks produced of BlackBerry, and the price is right! Left to be desired in terms of what I cited above ....
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  • Nice place and Nice. In the midst of nature, with circulating free pets. Quiet place, no car noise or loud sound. Good food and good prices.
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  • The atmosphere is nice, good coffee, but the service is terrible. Extremely disorganized, understaffed. 2 hours to order 2 more hours to pay.
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  • Despite the place being pretty much the service left something to be desired, we wait for almost 20 minutes and quit. I hope to return someday and have a better experience.
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  • Beautiful place, has parking, has a restaurant serving paeja on Sundays. Linda Lavender plantation.
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  • Exuberant nature, peace of mind, good wines and memories to present a great price it is worth visiting.
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Where to stay in Ponta Grossa

An established economic center, Ponta Grossa features several comfortable hotels in its central district, offering various degrees of luxuriousness, primarily to a business traveler crowd. Alongside these sit simpler hostels, catering to budget-conscious travelers, keen to explore the countryside of the wider region. If interested in the natural highlights that lie outside of the city limits, consider staying at a hotel on one of the major highways that run through the town, conveniently located for urban and rural exploration.
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