PLACES TO VISIT
THE TRI-BORDER MONUMENT
The Tri-Border Monument unites the three countries, combining a spectacular view of the borders, an extremely rich culture, a unique geography amidst the nations and many stories. The complex has several attractions and this visit is recommended for individuals of all ages; in addition, local infrastructure is fully accessible.
WAX MUSEUM – DREAMLAND
The Dreamland Wax Museum, the largest of its kind in the country, has a collection of over 70 life-size statues scattered throughout 16 different sets. Sculptures include likenesses of Popes John Paul II and Francisco, Spiderman, Madonna, Charlie Chaplin, Neymar Jr., Jack Sparrow, and other characters.
THE DINOSAUR VALLEY
Located at the Foz do Iguaçu Park Show, Dinosaur Valley has 20 replicas of prehistoric animals placed in the woods, which emit sounds and are able to move some body parts. The species represented include the Diplodocus, the Protoceratops, the Stegosaurus and the Carnotaurus.
IPORÃ LENDA SHOW
This show plays off the diversity of the local culture through a reinterpretation of the Falls Legend musical (Lenda das Catataratas), as well as the diversity of Latin America’s folklore. A performance with a wealth of costumes, dancing, music and dazzling scenarios.
THE SAN IGNACIO RUINS
One of the oldest Jesuit constructions in the region, the ruins of the Mission of San Ignacio Mini were declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO. The ruins are located 250 kilometers from Foz do Iguaçu, in the city of San Ignacio, Argentina.
Here, visitors can learn the history of the Itaipu Plant and the Brazilian region where the hydroelectric plant was built.
The Bela Vista Biological Refuge was created during the construction of the Itaipu Plant’s reservoir to preserve local fauna and flora. Today, it holds over 50 animal species and 960 genera of plants.