After a Saturday in Curitiba, you can spend Sunday here. The fair was established in 1971, and nowadays has more than 1,000 stalls and receives an average of 15,000 visitors every Sunday. All kinds of crafts are sold, with artists and artisans sharing the same space. It's a warm, cultural place. For lunch you can have a cake or some popcorn, or try some sugarcane juice or coconut water. And the streets around the fair are worth a walk too, with their well-preserved vintage cars. Around the area you can find the Muslim Charitable Society, the Curitaba Memorial Church, and a couple of other museums.