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Asuncion to Iguassu Falls

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My partner and I will be in Asuncion in late April and we are hoping to take a trip to see the Iguassu Falls for 2-3 days. Can someone provide me with some information as to how to best go about it? I assume the best method is to take a bus. How long does it take? How much does it cost? What town do we take a bus to? And then from there?

We won't have visas to enter Brazil (at least to stay overnight) but can enter Argentina without a problem. Taking this into account, where would be the best place to view the falls? And where would be the best place to stay for 2-3 nights? Nothing too pricey but nothing really cheap either.

Any suggestions for other things to experience in the way of culture, or see/do in the Iguassu area? Restaurants? Tours?

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
Matt

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