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We didn’t even know this was something to do in Iguazú, but found it super cool. There aren’t too many places in the world you can see 3 countries from one spot! We couldn’t go to Brazil or Paraguay without a visa, so for now...More
This is about 25 minute walk from Panoramic Grand, but you can grab a taxi back for about $3usd. There may be a city bus at this time of day because it is so popular, even with locals. You can see the Brazilian ferris wheel,...More
TRES BORDER MONUMENT
The Tres (Three) Border Monument is a small obelisk constructed on a point of Triple Frontier of 3 countries i.e. Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil. The border is formed naturally by the junction of two rivers, the Parana River and the Iguazu River....More
It is located a short walk from the town centre. It offers a nice view of the three countries as separated by the rivers. There are some shops at the site selling essentially the same items of souvenirs. There is also a fountain which the...More
Average but unique location - I visited this as I would have been required to pay for this at the Brazilian side, it was a nice view and there were tourist shops near by. As I walked 30 mins to get here from my hotel,...More
Could have been better with some investment and attractions.
Anyway, nice to walk around, see some local “artesanías” see the sunset “tomando mate or therere (local beverages).
We spend a peaceful and relax time there.
Response from trishsoto | Reviewed this property |
Walk it's not that far. Get on wifi and use google map to locate it, then walk. I took the path and roadway along the river from downtown Puerto Iguazu. Im 64, so I'm sure you'll manage it. Safe as anywhere, I walked back... More
Walk it's not that far. Get on wifi and use google map to locate it, then walk. I took the path and roadway along the river from downtown Puerto Iguazu. Im 64, so I'm sure you'll manage it. Safe as anywhere, I walked back into town on the more direct route past the Central Park.