More of a large town, the city of Puerto Iguazu is located in the upper northeast of Argentina at the confluence of the Parana and Iguazu rivers. From several points throughout the city there are magnificent viewpoints towards Brazil and Argentina.
From the Puerto Iguazu Travel Guide
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We only stayed here for one night, but really liked this hostal. The staff were really friendly and helpful, and there is a nice outdoor bar area. It is a bit quiet, but they have a sister hostel, Hostel Bamboo, where you can go for more a more lively atmosphere and food etc. We were quite glad of the chilled out atmosphere. ... more
There was a slight problem at our arrival, but it was properly solved by the joint efforts of Karen, Lissy and Crosti. After that, everything went on really fine. Ana. ... more
Puerto Iguazu to Salta by bus?
Hi guys, I am planning to be in Puerto Iguazu in the next couple of weeks and from there I will be travelling to Salta by bus. As it looks like such a long journey, I was hoping to take an overnight bus from Iguazu to Corrientes, spend the day in Corrientes then take another overnight bus from Corrientes ...
Bus from Uruguay to Puerto Iguazu?
Hey Everyone! I'm going to spend a few days along the coast of Uruguay, and would like to go from there to Puerto Iguazu or Foz de Iguaçu by bus if possible! Have any of you done that? Is there a bus that will take me there? What would be the best way to proceed? I'm going to Uruguay from Buenos Aires so I ...
puerto iguazu or foz de iguacu
The panoramic view is better from the Brazilian side, but you can get closer on the Argentinian side. Foz is larger, but Puerto I. is a more lively place. Cheaper as well. On either side, the natural parks offer plenty of trekking, bird-watching, etc. Other 'things to do' are somewhat scarce ...
Puerto Iguazu Argentina
that there don't seem to be many Brits here at all. On Monday 5th we left BA and took a plane to Puerto Iguazu ...
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