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Gilderlei Colares

(subject to availability)
Gilderlei Colares, Guia en Iguazu, Servicio de Guía Turístico, Construye tu plan de paseo, Guide à Iguazu, Service de guide touristique, Construisez votre script, Guide in iguazú, Tour Guide Service, Build your script, Servicio de Guía Turístico
  • Tancredo Neves Bridge
  • Called the International Brotherhood Bridge was inaugurated in 1985, is the bridge that connects Foz do Iguaçu in Brazil with Puerto Iguazu in Argentina. It has a length of 489m and a width of 16,5m. It is 15 km below the Iguazu Falls. The bridge is the path of the Argentina City Tour and access to the Argentina Falls.

  • BR-469
  • BR-469 is a Brazilian highway located within the Foz do Iguaçu border, starts 4 km from the city center, in customs for Argentina, and ends at the Iguazu Falls, totaling 19 km, passing much of it within the Iguazu Park (Brazilian side)

  • Border
  • The border between Argentina and Brazil is the line that borders the territories of Argentina and Brazil. The dividing line of the two countries is visible in the middle of the Fraternity Bridge, being marked with the colors of the respective countries: green and yellow; blue and white.

  • Iguazu River
  • The Iguaçu River is a watercourse that bathes the state of Paraná, considered the largest river of Paraná. Its formation begins at the meeting between the Iraí and Atuba rivers, in the municipality of Curitiba. The term “Iguaçu” comes from the Guarani language, meaning “great river”, through the junction of Y (water, river) and GUASU (great). In Spanish, the spelling was adopted Iguazu.

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