I am going to go to Iguazu Falls next Feb. I will be staying at the Sheraton on the Argentina side and then flying from the airport on the Brazil side to Rio. I am trying to understand some logistics. First, from the Sheraton, can you walk to the Brazil side (I will have a VISA) and if so, how long does that take. Should I expect any backups at the border? Second, are there only certain hours that you can walk to the Brazil side? Third, I read something about there being car restrictions in the park. I will need to take a taxi from the Sheraton to the airport on the Brazil side. The flight I am looking at leaves at 930 AM. Is there anything special I need to do to get the cab to go to Brazil. I am assuming I need to go through the park on the Brazil side to get there -- but perhaps I am wrong. Thanks
Iguazu Falls logistics question
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