Puerto Iguazú Travel Guide

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You're Going to Love Puerto Iguazú

Puerto Iguazú is the gateway city for visitors entering Argentina to visit the internationally famed Iguazu Falls.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Puerto Iguazú

What to do in Puerto Iguazú

When to Visit Puerto Iguazú

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For the highest water levels at the falls and the best weather for hiking around the area, try visiting Puerto Iguazú in the months of August and September.

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Where to Stay in Puerto Iguazú

Hotel Los Troncos offers modern facilities and an ambiance to make you feel as though you're staying in the middle of the rainforest. Mercure Iguazu Hotel Iru sports an outdoor pool and spa-like amenities.

Popular Neighborhoods in Puerto Iguazú

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How to Get Around Puerto Iguazú

The Cost of Living in Puerto Iguazú

Shopping Streets

Visit the Mercado de Artesanias for local handicrafts, Timbo Arte for unique jewelry and accessories, and Punto Iguazú for shopping mall items.

Groceries and Other

Ruta 17 and Supermercado EOS are the two main grocery stores in Puerto Iguazú. A dozen eggs here will cost you AR$4.

Where to Eat in Puerto Iguazú

La Rueda 1975 specializes in South American cuisine with an emphasis on seafood. Dinner for two here will cost you AR$1,000.