Puerto Iguazu Arts and Crafts Market, Puerto Iguazu
(3.1/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
Peruse the wide selection of local goods at Puerto Iguazu Arts and Crafts Market, a shopping and gastronomy center in a scenic subtropical region where the nations of Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay meet. Regional dishes, wine, olive oil, fresh olives, alfajor, and cheese are available in abundance here at affordable prices and high quality. A small restaurant in the market serves up delicious local signature dishes. Pick out a few souvenirs from the local handicraft vendors. Puerto Iguazu Arts and Crafts Market is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Puerto Iguazu Edition.
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  • Free fair, with a great variety of different regional products such as cheese, candy, Argentinian, alfajores, wines, olive oil and olives among other things. Good place for dinner, relaxed and informal, attendance in Portuguese mostly, good place for bargains. Don't let go if you like to see the soul of the place where you travel. Close to the Centre where there are many souvenirs to purchase complementing the ride. Strongly recommend.
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  • The fair is small, with mainly sell olives, olive oils, cheeses and alfajores. The price is very good and accept real good exchange. The shops on this street are varied: clothes, housewares and restaurant. We went with tourist agency's Van, so the line is shorter, but bureaucratic to pass on the border with Argentina. I took the same day to go to the ice bar. So you don't have to go twice across the border.
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  • Puerto Iguazú is a town on str level in Argentina. Nothing special. On the way to the Cataratas, you should here seek a cheap hostel. There are many of them around the central bus station.
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