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La Santissima Trinidad

The best one I've ever seen. The guides are very nice people who can explain all the history form... read more

Reviewed May 20, 2018
Marcelo O
Sao Paulo, SP

How these ruins are not yet a household name remain a mystery to me. That said, it meant we nearly... read more

Reviewed April 28, 2018
Mark K
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A hilltop site of a Jesuit mission.
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Ruta 6, km 31, Trinidad 6000, Paraguay
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Reviewed May 20, 2018

The best one I've ever seen. The guides are very nice people who can explain all the history form this place. It was a great time.

Thank Marcelo O
Reviewed April 28, 2018

How these ruins are not yet a household name remain a mystery to me. That said, it meant we nearly had the place to ourselves. We managed to squeeze in a trip to Trinidad and Jésus ruins in a day trip from Puerto de Iguazu...More

Thank Mark K
Reviewed September 10, 2017

We had a wonderful visit to the ruins of Trinidad. The guide was very informative and answered all of our questions. Her English was superb. There is a bit of walking, so wear comfortable shoes!

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Reviewed August 5, 2017

With so little to do and see in Encarnacion, the ruins near Trinidad become an absolute must see site if you're in the area. However, there are challenge to be aware of in visiting the ruins, which are well worth the effort. You can drive...More

4  Thank Jarko2015
Reviewed July 31, 2017

Take in the lights at night tour. It is very informative and gives a comfortable walk around and inside the Jesuit ruins.

1  Thank anacondapy
Reviewed June 27, 2017 via mobile

The greatest thing about the Jesuit Ruins in Paraguay is that they're not on The Gringo Trail yet, so you'll visit then in a total peace and silence (also, nobody will ruin your photos). The entrance ticket is 25000 guaraníes, but you just need to...More

3  Thank David K
Reviewed June 9, 2017 via mobile

Paraguay is probably the least visited country in South America,for reasons that I personally do not understand. There's many places that should put this country on the international tourist map,and the several ruins of the Jesuit missions are among those spots that should attract most...More

1  Thank ARodriguezP
Reviewed June 3, 2017

These are nice enough ruins relatively close to Encarnacion which at least when i visited were empty so I had them to myself. It's relatively easy to get to it, any bus going from Encarnacion to Ciudad del Este or vice versa will stop off....More

1  Thank Robert C
Reviewed June 2, 2017

The more complete of all jesuits-guaranies ruins in Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. You can really see here how big and wonderful was the two-cultural/two-religions encounter was. great guide visit, awesome museum... loved it!

Thank vailis
Reviewed May 31, 2017

All of the Jesuit Missions are worth a visit, just make sure you gen up on your history before you go, it will help you appreciate what they built by hand

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Response from Fer R | Reviewed this property |
It si a little far away from Iguazú. The routes are fine In bought sides (Argentina and Paraguay). You will need time because at the border probably you have to wait almost one or two hours.