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We know our country: When a traveler decides to visit a foreign territory, he expects not only having a pleasant experience, but also a live idea of every place visited. This is why our itineraries aims to recreate traditions, history and cultural...more
So worth it to see the other side! I had been to Foz do Iguazu previously. But wow it was so different seeing the Argentina side. Be forewarned- There is a lot of walking. We, 3, took a cab from Brazil side early and went...More
Getting on the bus ride to the falls is like any amusement park long lines. Double decker bus and city type. You can wait for a DD bus. Narrow paths at time for all the people last part of walkway over the water very misty....More
Yes, it’s for the tourists and you’re there for the show not the food. But if you have an opportunity - go.
This historic, some might say infamous, café has been around for over a hundred years. The Angelitos name is an ironic reference to...More
Spent an afternoon (time to walk around the town, visit Las Tres Frontiers (where the rivers meet and you can see Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay), then two days visiting the falls (one day from the Argentinian side and one from the Brazilian). <br /><br />It...More
I bought my ticket through this agency on TripAdvisor, as I wasn't able to do so through the park's official website (which only allows you to enter passport numbers consisting solely of numbers, no letters). I received my ticket via email a couple of days...More
The delta tour was fine but not what the pictures make you think. One trip down the main river and back again on a tour boat. Our guide seemed bored. Because of the transport strike the tour operator had to change the day we booked....More
Cafe de los Angelitos is a beautiful historical venue. It's elegant art deco design is a reason enough to visit. We came for dinner and the tango show, were seated on the balcony with an excellent view of the stage. There is a sense of...More
It was a pity that esquina Carlos gardel has shut its doors. This was the second time I was in Buenos Aires. We were in esquina Carlos gardel last time. This one is even better. It was a very small venue. The intimacy and cosy...More