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How to get to Iguazú Falls?

To visit the Iguassu Falls you must get to Puerto Iguazú. This town is very well connected with the main cities in Argentina.

The Iguazú International Airport

The Iguazú International Airport receives flights from the main cities of Argentina, with frequent daily flights from Buenos Aires, the capital of the country.

By bus, the most important companies that connect Buenos Aires to Iguazú and other cities are: Crucero del Norte, Expreso Singer S. A. Expreso Tigre Iguazú and Via Bariloche.

By car, it can be reached via Posadas, the provincial capital, by National Route 12. This same route, which borders the Paraná River , connects to Route 9, which is an access route to Buenos Aires. Another option, for those who are coming from Buenos Aires is to take National Route 14, which borders the Uruguay River, and later meets up with Route 12 via Provincial Route 40.

Distances from Puerto Iguazú, in kilometers:

Corrientes: 609
Resistencia: 632
Formosa: 893
Santa Fe: 1160
Paraná: 1191
Capital Federal: 1610
Córdoba: 1511
Mendoza: 2139
Santiago del Estero: 1235
Tucumán: 1401
Salta: 1242
Jujuy: 1274
Catamarca: 1635
La Rioja: 1789
Santa Rosa: 2123
Neuquén: 2668


4 Responses to How to get to Iguazú Falls?

  1. isabel says:

    Quiro saber por que ruta tengo que ir a las cataratas iguazu saliendo desde Neuquen Capital,necesito saber si las rutas estan en buenas condiciones,y recorriendo unos 800 km donde puedo descansar viajariamos en vehiculo. Desde ya muchas gracias

  2. Carlos Mario Valencia says:

    buenos dias……

    vivo en colombia y quiero conocer argentina principal mente a las cataratas puerto iguazu y un tuor por el argentina. muchas gracias.


  3. eran says:

    yo quiero volar en vuelo directo desde puerto iguazu a puerto madryn. hay alguna posibilidad ? en caso que no, cual es la forma mas corta de llegar.
    muchas gracias

    • Contenidos Patagonia says:

      Hola Eran: No hay vuelos directos entre Puerto Iguazú y Puerto Madryn. La forma más rápida de llegar (y prácticamente la única) es hacer combinación de vuelos en Buenos Aires. Espero que esta información te sea de utilidad y muchas gracias por visitarnos!

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