The city’s primary postcard location is its Cathedral. An audacious structure, it bears a conical tower 114 m (374') tall – and a lookout on the inside that is not to be missed.
A good suggestion is to enjoy some of Maringá’s green spaces without hurrying through them. The most famous of these - and the ones with the most infrastructure - are Ingá Park, an ample forest reserve that has been around since the city was founded, and Grevillea Grove, which owes its name to the fact that this is the only species (the Silky-Oak) planted within its borders.
At the city of Santa Fé, 60 km (37 mi) away, you can spend the entire day rafting on floats, zip-lining, and enjoying swimming pools and waterfalls at Salto Bandeirantes.