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Curitiba will be one of the host cities of the FIFA World Cup 2014 to be held in Brazil. It is one of the most famous cities in the country and will welcome hundreds and thousands of mad soccer fans from different part of the globe when the biggest tournament in the sport kicks-off. The excitement towards the event is reaching its peak and Curitiba looks all set to play its part in what promises to be a tournament to remember for a long time to come. So if soccer is your sport, then book your Curitiba tickets and experience all that the city has to offer in the middle of an epic tournament.
Curitiba is the capital of the Parana state and that has been the case since 1853. It is also the largest city in Parana. A lot of work has been done over the years to turn the place into an urban metropolis and that has paid its dividends. It is now fourth on the list of Brazilian cities in terms of contribution towards the country's GDP. Immigrants from Germany, Italy, Ukraine and Poland arrived in the 1850's and their thumbprints on the city can be seen even today in the form of its diverse architecture and culture.
With the FIFA World Cup now just around the corner, Curitiba is absolutely buzzing with anticipation. The soccer stadium Arena da Baixada is where all the games in Curitiba will be played. The arena opened its doors for the first time way back in the year 1914 and underwent massive renovation and upgrade in 1999.
It has undergone another renovation project for the World Cup which has further improved what was already one of the best and most modern stadiums in the country. It can now play host to an impressive forty thousand fans at a time and will provide the stage for four games at the showpiece event.
Iran versus Nigeria will be the first game that will take place on June, 16 in Curitiba at the Arena da Baixada. It will be followed up Honduras taking on Ecuador on June, 20. Then it will be the Australians squaring off against the current World and European champions Spain on June, 23. The last encounter will see Fabio Capello led Russia going head to head with Algeria on June, 26.
Curitiba is a wonderful city and the FIFA World Cup will enhance its profile even further. Being home to one of the best stadiums in the country will certainly help matters as well. There will be a carnival atmosphere everywhere in the city and the fans will be treated to the Samba style celebrations for as long as they stay in this magnificent city. If you plan on catching the World Cup live, then book your Curitiba tickets and watch some of the best players in the world play live in one of Brazil's most important cities.