Foz do Iguacu is a city of approximately 300,000 inhabitants in the southwest of Brazil, at the confluence of the Parana and Iguazu rivers, which form the border with Paraguay and Argentina respectively. It is quite a large city though not really attractive.
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Great friendly hosts, very clean place, and you can ask them anything. It is a little more far from the falls as maybe some other pousada's but we didnt mind at all. You just take the bus on the corner and go to the central bus terminal. We really liked it, eventhough it was a little loud in the evening outside ;). ... more
We spent there 2 nights and 3 days, it is a lovely place, good conditioned, you have a chill out where you can relax and a bar where you can share your experiences and have some beers with other travellers. The rooms and everything are new and very confortable. Best place to rest and see the waterfalls. ... more
puerto iguazu or foz de iguacu
hello! me and my 3 girl friends will be taking the bus from buenos aires to rio de janeiro we will be stopp along the way to check out the falls of course i was just wondering if there was more to do/see on the argentina side or the brazil side. also i have always wanted to do some zip-lining does anyone know ...
baggage rules in Brazil
I ´m going to Foz do Iguazu and have to change the plane in Sao Paulo. Do I ´ll need to check out and in the baggage at the Airport in Sao Paulo ? ...
iguazzu falls - buenos aires
visiting iguazzu falls next month (both sides) and then travelling to buenos aires. whats the best way to do this and how much will it cost - we are quite restricted for time. ...
Foz do Iguacu
Wir fahren 15 stunden mit dem buss quer durch brasiliens grune walder, wiesen und falder. in den fruhen morgenstunden kommen wir in foz do iguacu an. nach einer kleinen wanderung durch die ode ...
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Foz Do Iguacu
We went to see the Iguazu falls from the Brazilian side. Most people we've spoken too said that the Argentinian side is much better than the view from Brasil. We didn't agree! The best waterfalls are on the Argentian side which you can only see from Brazil. The Brazilian Iguacu National park is not as impressive ...
Posted in Nini and Emma Take on South America by Ninirock