Puerto Iguazu Arts and Crafts Market, Puerto Iguazu

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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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Where to stay in Puerto Iguazu

Dedicated to tourism, Puerto Iguazu offers sleeping options for every budget, from low-cost hostels to five-star hotels. You can find some of the least expensive alternatives near the bus station, where most establishments offer free Wi-Fi and breakfast but may not accept credit cards. Economical guesthouses are likely to suit most visitors, offering cozy air-conditioned rooms, private parking, cable TV, and quick access to good shopping and dining options.
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  • Nice place for those who like to taste local food, wine, olives, alfajor, cheese. It is worth visiting. You can buy things or eat at the small restaurants at the fair.  more »
  • I went in late December and could not find the market aspect of this place. It seems like a bus stop win a few souvenir shops? Maybe its only open as a market some times?  more »
  • You can find a good variety of alfajores, olive, olive oil, wines and cheese. It goes around 4 pm to 10 pm. It has good prices and wherever you go the prices are the same.  more »