The Trend City 2013 – Puerto Iguazu

The travel guide “Lonely Planet” and are sure of the South America travel portal: Puerto Iguazu has earned tenth place of the trend of cities 2013! The year 2013 chose the travel guide Lonely Planet”again as his top travel destinations. The Argentine Puerto Iguazu, which is located on the world famous Iguazu waterfalls landed on the tenth of the trend of cities. Who once the fascination of this town and the breathtaking waterfalls wants to experience, this can learn of the South America of travel portal on your own body with a trip. The small town of Puerto Iguazu was founded in 1901 and is located on the border between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay in the Argentine State Misiones. According to the State in 2001 live 32.038 inhabitants in the town, whose source of income is mainly composed of the tourism business. Therefore, numerous hotels and restaurants in the village are finding. Puerto Iguazu is very known mainly because of its proximity to the falls. These are just 18 km away and thus is the town an ideal starting point for tours to the Iguazu Falls.

Also many of the journeys of the South America of travel portal lead up to the waterfalls of Puerto Iguazu. These are the cases of the river Iguazu, which runs along the boundary between the Argentine Province of Misiones, and the Brazilian State of Parana. Overthrow the 255 large and 20 small waterfalls in the depth over a distance of 2.7 km. Mostly they are about 64 metres, some however up to 82 meters high. Because most of the falls on the Argentine side, it is recommended also by Brazil to take a look at it.

A further draw for visitors near the small town is the National Park Iguazu. It was founded in 1934, and 50 years later by UNESCO in the World Heritage list included. Yet Atlantic rain forest, of which it is estimated that only seven percent remain inside him. Due to the high volume of tourism in the region, the National Park provides a perfect retreat for many different species dar. Here, giant river otters, Coatis and caimans, over 800 species of butterflies live and behind the falls, Russ swift hatch. In addition, the National Park is home to many other mammals such as the Jaguar, the tapir and the ocelot as well as reptiles and amphibians. The three landmarks of Tres Hitos lie on the outskirts of Puerto Iguazu further”. This place is an ideal vantage point. To get a panoramic view over the river Iguazu, its waterfalls and boundary stones on the River Bank of Brazil and Paraguay, which have been indicated in the national colors. The South America travel portal offers a variety of travel in the Argentine Puerto Iguazu.


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