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Puerto Iguazú

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From airport
* Minibus to bus terminal: 90AR$, inside the terminal you can buy a ticket and catch the bus in the front of the airport. (May 2016). Dude said price might go up again next week.
=====From Foz do Iguaçu airport=====* Taxi from bus terminal: $80 ARS, you can ask to the taxi desk at the terminal to call a taxi for you.* Minibus: You must ask at your hostel and reserve in advance. '''Foz do Iguaçu International Airport (Brazil)''' is another way in but from Brazil- domestic flights are cheaper if from from a destination within Brazil, and the ere are more international flights, e.g. Some people travel to Foz do Iguaçu International Airport but stay in Puerto Iguazu (Argentina)[[Lima]]. Be aware that there is an immigration point between Argentina and Brazil, so keep all the documents they give you at the airport and at immigration. The cost of going by taxi from Foz do Iguaçu International Airport in Brazil to Puerto Iguazu is around US$40. You can ask for a taxi inside the airport and pay with cash or credit card. Taxi drivers know the immigration regulations so they will walk you through customs to enter Argentina. By taxi, the drive is no more than half an hour, but be advised that sometimes there may be lots of people at the immigration point and at peak hour you can expect 45 minutes or an hour in some waiting lines. Also, be aware that some taxi drivers from the Brazil side may not be familiar with street addresses in Puerto Iguazu, so it is a good idea to know where you are heading on a map first. You can also take a normal bus from the airport for R$3.20, you can take it all the way in Foz's bus terminal, international buses leave from outside the terminal, but it is far quicker to just get out after the Hotel Carimã, before the roundabout. Walk from here to the Brazilian immigration station (10-15minutes), get your stamp, then wait at the bus stop for a bus to Puerto Iguazú (R$4/20pesos). The bus will wait at the Argentinian immigration station. You can also try hitchhiking into town. There are also buses to/from Puerto Iguazu and the Brazilian side of the falls, the company is Rio Uruguay and the buses are red and yellow. To catch one walk out of the airport to the main road and flag it down. They are more expensive and less frequent than the regular buses, but the bus driver will wait at Brazilian immigration.
===By bus===
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