Foz do Iguaçu is one of the most important tourist cities in Brazil and South America. The destination houses one of the Seven World Wonders of Nature, the Iguaçu Falls, and the Itaipu Hydroelectric power Plant, the largest generator of clean and renewable energy in the planet.

Iguazu Falls, both on the Argentinean and Brazilian sides, are protected by national parks. The beauty of the Iguaçu Falls and the wealth of fauna and flora made Unesco declare the two parks a Natural Heritage of Humanity in 1986.

Foz do Iguaçu is marked by the meeting of two large Brazilian rivers, Iguaçu and Paraná, and is based on the Guarani Aquifer, the largest underground freshwater reserve on the planet. The waters of the aquifer, rich in minerals and other elements, have medicinal and therapeutic propoerties.

The city is located in a privileged location, on the triple border between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, and stands out for housing more than 82 ethnic groups.

Foz do Iguaçu also has one of the largest hotel parks in Brazil, with approximately 35 thousand beds, gastronomy and services with international standards, as well as spaces to receive more than 600 events per year.

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