Διακοπές σε Σιουδαδ Ντελ Έστε

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Ονειρεύεστε διακοπές σε Παραγουάη; Πρέπει να πάτε Σιουδαδ Ντελ Έστε. Έχει κάτι για όλους, όπως για παράδειγμα Friendship Bridge και Paraná River. Αυτό που κάνει τα πράγματα ακόμα καλύτερα, είναι το δεν χρειάζεται να ξοδέψετε πολλά χρήματα για τις διακοπές σας σε Σιουδαδ Ντελ Έστε. Συγκρίνουμε εκατοντάδες επιλογές πτήσεων και …

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Πράγματα που μπορείτε να δείτε και να κάνετε σε Σιουδαδ Ντελ Έστε

Yellonero | Trip by SkyscannerFriendship Bridge
Friendship Bridge
Yellonero | Trip by SkyscannerParaná River
Paraná River

Κριτικές Σιουδαδ Ντελ Έστε

Marina Vitale
Marina Vitale
09/04/2019

Especial para aquel que quiera comprar cosas baratas. Encontras de todo. La ciudad es sucia y mal organizada

Gabriel Moura
Gabriel MouraΜαϊάμι
10/12/2012

Overcrowded city, I felt unsafe, prices were not actually good as expected, and the city is extremely dirty!

Daniel Mason-D'Croz
Daniel Mason-D'CrozΜπρίσμπεϊν
24/09/2012

Overall, I would say I found Ciudad Del Este to have a bit of an unsavory feel to it. If you are a fan of buying pirated items, or a cheap car of disreputable origins Ciudad Del Este may be your type of city. Outside of the Itaipu Dam, I would recommend skipping Ciudad del Este and heading into Paraguay and exploring the abandoned Missions or going to Asuncion

Kalos Zoi
Kalos ZoiNew York City
25/02/2012

There is no reason to be here. Brazilians and Argentinians cross this loose border for electronics, blankets, fake handbags, and the sort. For the average tourist, there's really no need to come here. I've heard from many people that walking over the bridge that links this border (specifically between Brazil and Paraguay) is dangerous and you should wait for the bus. I have crossed it 4 times on foot and once by bus, and I couldn't have felt more safe. If anything it's the only tourist kick you get when you can stop and take pictures of both Paraguay and Brazil. They even have a yellow border painted on the walkway with Brazil and Paraguay painted on each side. What I also found amusing is that when you walk over (the average tourist) you're looking for a stamp. Well you can simply walk over without any border inspection, exit, or entrance stamp. Now this could potentially give you trouble if you plan on exiting via Argentina. (Though it's easily remedied by going into an immigration office in Asuncion for free). But if you are only going for kicks and will not be leaving Brazil you can get a "souvenir stamp". You only get one, not for exit/entry, but one, with no date. The city itself, hot mess. The border was the only point of interest for me.

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