Duty Free Shop Puerto Iguazu, Puerto Iguazu
(3.3/5 based on 4,800+ reviews on the web)
Hunt for a bargain in beautiful surrounds at Duty Free Shop Puerto Iguazu. The design of the shop's departments reflects different countries or cities from around the world, such as London, Paris, and Japan. The large shop, which feels more like a mall, offers a range of duty-free purchases, such as alcohol, tobacco, and some excellent grocery options, all with a nice discount. Other products at the shop can be quite expensive, more than one would expect to pay for duty-free items. Before you head to Puerto Iguazu, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Puerto Iguazu tourist route planner, to make sure you see all that Puerto Iguazu has to offer, including Duty Free Shop Puerto Iguazu.
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  • The place is to know. Prices a bit cheaper than in Buenos Aires. There is no big difference. In perfumes, particularly had offers. In white drinks also. Clothing, suitcases there was no much difference as well not in technology.
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  • We went on a Saturday and it was empty, parking is free, but I didn't find anything cheap, lots of makeup and Perfumery. But worth the ride!
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  • We were at the Duty Free Shop Puerto Iguazu in 12/9/16. If your trip to this site is included in a transfer that, for example, is ticket to Argentina, it is worthwhile to include in the list of places that you will meet. If your intention is to go exclusively to the Duty Free Shop Puerto Iguazu, don't waste your time. Different from the pictures of the facade (which are proving to be a bigger space than it really is), the place is small and stuffy. The structure is good, beautiful and well-kept gardens, spacious parking and covered, mats and stairs that take you to the upper floors. Internally stores are nice and the products are separated by thematic sections. Chocolates, for example, are in a store where the entry resembles a bank vault and the drinks and perfumes are in a location that refers to France with a model of the base of the Eiffel Tower. PHOTOS ARE NOT ALLOWED. Upon arrival, you have your belongings placed in a bag and sealed (including money). To pay expenses, you have to ask the attendants who open the bag to pick up the money. Extremely unpleasant attitude of officials (Orange shirt) DFS not let you free to look at the products, passing the impression of being suspicious of everyone and disturb when you are looking for an item of so close that remain. This was an overall feeling of all who were in the same transfer than us. There are only two places to eat or drink something: the Absolut bar and a Café. We sat in the cafe, we waited for over 15 minutes (with a few tables occupied) and the waiter spent several times signaling that would meet, but didn't come up and we left. Absolut bar there was only one person serving tables, serving counter, separating products, delivering and charging people. Also it has not been possible to make the request. We were in Paraguay the day before and we were going the next day too. We went at night in DFS and we were disappointed with the prices. Are better than the domestic prices in Brazil? Yes, they are better. But if you go to City Del Este, forget to shop at the Duty Free. Prices are much higher than in more expensive stores of Paraguay, such as the Mona Lisa and Sax. leave to spend their money in Paraguay and make sure you make best deals.
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  • Bem carinho. Preços melhores no Paraguai!
  • The prices are more expansive comparing to the price that we find in Brasil. If you are looking for shopping and save a little money, it is not the better place. The only thing that worth to buy is the drinks like Vodka, because it is really cheap.
  • Big big duty free shop! Always open, very organized, good variety, clean, good parking lot, 2 places for snacks and beverages. On Brazilian or Argentinean holidays it gets packed with tourists resulting on long lines at the cashiers.
  • Hermoso lugar
  • Good place to shop, but anything is charged in AR$ instead of USD, Tech is more expensive than others duty free!