Hotel Carmen

Ruta 12, km 4.5, Puerto Iguazu, Province of Misiones, 3370, Argentina
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How to get to Puerto Iguazu from Brazil side airport

by ssnclv

I will arrive around 6:50pm at Brazil Iguassu Falls airport. Is it possble to travel to the Argentine side by public transportation? Thanks.

Re: How to get to Puerto Iguazu from Brazil side airport

by ElDesierto

No doubt someone will answer your question with more precision than I can at the moment, but as I recall you can catch a local city bus along the main avenue that runs north-south in Foz do Iguacu. This bus will take you to the Brasil - Argentina border crossing, and then onward to the small Argentine bus hub in Puerto Iguazu where it turns around to head back to Foz.
The Argentine side of the falls is superlative for hiking around the falls on good trails. You can hike down to the river and make a crossing in a small boat and hike around on a small island surrounded by the river and the gigantic falls. Just a fantastic natural wonder.

Buen Viaje,
ElDesierto

Travel Tips for Puerto Iguazú

Three Borders

by acemj

I took this picture from the Friendship Bridge which connects Foz do Iguacu, Brazil with Ciudad del Este, Paraguay. You are looking at Puerto Iguazu, Argentina and the land in the left foreground is Brazil. The slivers of land along the right edge of the photograph are Paraguay and the city skyline is Puerto Iguazu.

You can visit Tres Fronteiras (Three Borders) which has markers for each country at the spot where the Rio Parana and the Rio Iguacu meet.

Buenos Aires

by acemj

If you're visiting Argentina, it's highly likely that you'll find yourself in Buenos Aires. The flight between Puerto Iguazu and BA is only about an hour and a half, but it really will transport you to another world. BA used to be the most expensive city in South America, but as a result of the result economic turmoil, prices are low and BA has become a bargain hunter's dream. Does a $7 steak dinner sound good to you? Wanna see the place where tango was born? How 'bout visiting the stadium that the great Maradona once worked his magic? Buenos Aires was by far the most European feeling city in South America that I visited and this air of sophistication no longer has to come with a high price tag.

Itaipu Dam by Helicopter

by Ekahau

A few kilometers from the falls stands the Itaipu Dam, considered a masterpiece of engineering. The dam is 8 km long and has a spillway that can pour 60,000 m' per second, a channel and a lake with a surface of 1350 km'. The waters of the Uruguay River flow into the Rio de la Plata; however, it is not navigable so it is impossible to return to Buenos Aires through this river. The first obstacle are the Mocona Falls which can only be reached in a small expedition. Located on the border between Misiones and Brazil, the Uruguay River forms beautiful and imposing falls when it divides into two arms and it flows over itself in a cascade of about 3 km with falls that range from 5 m. to 12 m. in height. Tourist facilities are scarce and they can only be reached by motorboat from El Soberbio.

Itaipu Dam

by Frisbeeace

33 kilometers away from the Falls you can do an interesting FREE tour to the Itaipu Hydroelectric Power Plant, largest in operation in the world.

It is a binational undertaking developed by Brazil and Paraguay in the Paraná River. The installed power of the plant is 12,600 MW (megawatts). Itaipu was listed as one of the seven wonders of the modern world by Popular Mechanics in 1995.

The tour is a visit to the external part of the Power Plant, with two stops: one at the Spillway Observation Deck and the other at the Central Observation Deck. The visit will be made in the tourist bus that brought you to the Visitor Reception Center.

Monday to Saturday 08:00, 09:00, 10:00, 14:00, 15:00 and 15:30

Parque Nacional de Iguazú

by elpariente

El Parque Nacional de Iguazú , patrimonio de la Unesco , para mí es un ejemplo de las cosas bien hechas a nivel Internacional ya que el Parque está compartido por Argentina y Brasil y se ve que ambos paises están haciendo un gran esfuerzo para conservar las cataratas y su entorno , a pesar de ser una de las mayores atracciones turísticas de América del Sur(Del nuevo hotel Sheraton mejor no hablamos)
Si puedes , visita las cataratas desde los dos países ya que las vistas son completamente distintas . Nos decía un Argentino , nosotros ponemos el espectáculo y ellos el teatro . En la parte Argentina estás encima de las cataratas casi todo el tiempo , en cambio en la parte Brasileña las ves con una cierta perspectiva.
Nota : Voy a incluir todas mis tips de Iguazú en Argentina , aunque indicaré cuales son de la parte Brasileña

Iguazú National Park , Unesco World Heritage , for me is one example of the well done things to international level as the Park is shared by Argentina and Brazil and you notice that both countries are doing a big effort to maintain the waterfalls and their environment , though they are one of the biggest tourist attractions in South America (Of the new Sheraton Hotel is better no comment)
If you can , visit the waterfalls from both countries as the visits are completely different. an Argentinian told us : we put the show and they the theater. In the Argentina side you are most of the time over the waterfalls but on the Brazil side you see them with certain perspective
Note . I am including all my Iguazú Tips in Argentina , but I will indicate those that are in Brazil

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Address: Ruta 12, km 4.5, Puerto Iguazu, Province of Misiones, 3370, Argentina