It has a privileged location because it is situated in the tríplice border of Brazil with Argentina and Paraguay, in the geographical center of Mercosur.By the strategic position it occupies, leads a new regional metropolis.In a radius of 170 kilometers from Foz do Iguaçu, including the three countries, nowadays live approximately 2 million people. Of these, 1 million and 200 thousand living in the western region of Parana.In this way, is consolidated as an important destination issuer of national and international tourists.
Recognized as an international tourist destination by harboring one of the new seven wonders of nature, the Iguazu Waterfalls, and the largest hydroelectric plant in the world in power generation, Itaipu Binacional, the city stands out as the second destination in the preference of the foreign tourists who visit Brazil.
Obviously the main economic engine is the tourism. In fact. The city counts with three of the most important tourist attractions of the region, which - in our opinion - can not miss in your itinerary of visit:
Of course the Iguazu National Park, with a unique panoramic view of the Iguazu Falls;The Bird Park, which is practically in front of the National Park, and offers a unique wildlife tour, the Itaipu Dam: An engineering marvel between Brazilian and Paraguayan.
The climate is quite humid and rains are frequent in the region. Lastemperaturas are high for most of the year and the heat gets to its greater intensity during the summer which covers the months from November to February. Even so, during a short period of time between the months of May and July temperatures can drop abruptly.