La Casa de Las Botellas, Puerto Iguazu

La Casa de Las Botellas represents house where 95 percent of the material used is recycled material. The structure features 1,200 plastic bottles, 1,300 cartons, over 140 CD cases, and other reused items to create the walls, ceiling, and furniture. Learn how the creator of the attraction built over 60 houses using the same method for people in the area. Explore the house guided by the creator himself as he explains his process and details the reasons behind making these structures--even the porch railings and decor feature recycled items. You can even purchase your own goods and furnishings here, all made out of recycled goods. Plan your visit to La Casa de Las Botellas and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Puerto Iguazu online travel planner .
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  • This is a visit we all should do. It is incredible what this gentleman, having been a cartonero learned to do with everything you discard and what mostly managed to transmit to other people, who like him, need a decent place to live. A house made with plastic bottles and ceiling of packaging of tetra brick, with furniture and curtains made with waste. It must not fail to see it. It leaves us the teaching of that people, by more humble to be, must be given tools so that they can change their way of life and not all served.
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  • Amazing place, amazing creativity. A guide explains how to do everything. Very delighted the work of such personnel.
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  • Although the purpose of the idea is very good. Charge $100 to enter seemed excessive. Left very full and very dirty.
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  • Super recommended. To go on family. I loved it.
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  • By very original, for contribution to society, by creativity and development, very ingenious entrepreneurship
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  • I loved this place. It's great to learn from the work they do and be aware of recycling. The alternative proposed to create housing for the humblest people is also very good.
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  • It is not very accessible, and in the place there is no one that receives and explain to the people before entering. Is a home address so you have to go at times that do not disturb
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  • I think a great idea for recycling
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