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the AC's don't work the rooms are in the basement
that staff is unprofessional and unfriendly they wasted 2 hours of my time just to check in
I should have stayed in Foz across the border where everything is organized
We spend a weekend there at Parque Hotel Las Orquidas (super hotel) and yes the last 1,5 km before the border to Brazil is chaos but beside that it is a very nice place and very central located for a lot of tours and visits.
You should clearly only visit this place if you have to, but if, then the place is a fair deal. Go early, be careful, crossing the bridge is easy, do your shopping and go back. Stay on the brazilian side, San Martin resort is great
Chaotic and dirty. If not for international trade and shopping (literally of all kinds...), there is no reason to visit or stay here. To explore the Iguazu Falls and Itaipu Dam the Brazilian side Foz do Iguaçu is much better, cleaner and organised for a...More
Read lots of stuff online saying not visit here, but it seemed such a shame not to as the border was only 20 minutes from our hotel in Brazil. Would advise on using a reputable taxi company to take you across border, make sure you...More
Ciudad del Este is very busy and you should get there early in the morning if you don't want to queue over the border. I would advice to take a taxi as they can help with formalities and will come to pick you up as...More
We've had several people tell us not to come here but we are really happy we did.
The city itself isn't the most interesting from an architectural standpoint, but it does have loads to offer in terms of shopping, food, and being a lively city....More
When you come to ciudad del Este from the Brazilian side you think you enter a different continent, more noisy, dirty and disorganised. If you love shopping and cheap bargains it is worth the trip and hassle, otherwise only if you want an stamp in...More
As so many else who is in Foz do Iguazu I walked over the bridge to get another country checked of in my passport!
Well not much to se and do but felt sade the entire time and there are just a few places were...More
It is good to go one time to see how it is. It Is kind of a caos and diferent. It Is good to buy things, usually it cheaper than in Brazil but you have to see where are you u buying. For eletronics I...More