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
Great place bar the location, it's a bit out of town for anyone wanting to walk about in the eves. Though local busses pass by easily enough and often. The advantage of being further out is they have so much more space, large pool area and massive dining room/bar. ... more
Our family spent just one night at Los Troncos last week but we wish it had been more! I chose this accommodation because it catered for all five of us in one room and I was not disappointed. In our chalet/unit there were 3 single beds downstairs and a double bed upstairs, so perfect for our family. ... more
We made it! The bus was great, blankets and bus food! Like aeroplane food but better, and the bus far far more comfortable, we went cama and the seat reclined almost flat. We arrived in Puerto Iguazu 10am ish and wandered off uphill to find a hostel, the first one we came across was cool and had ...
Posted in Phil & Nic's big adventure by Big Adventure
Chegamos de manha cedo a Iguazu... o nosso plano inicial tinha sido acampar... mas depois de experienciar o calor humido da vila de Iguazu, decidimos arranjar um hostel... Talvez um bocado tarde nao? Pois ...
Posted in As Aventuras da Adriana e do Jonathan by Themoffats
In Puerto Iguazu we stayed at a crappy, cold little hostel, ate pizza and walked around. The highlight was, of course, the falls half an hour outside town. Probably the most impressing thing I've ever seen. After walking around the national park for a couple of hours, we took a boattrip into the falls ...
Posted in Hanna by hanna.s