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Foz do Iguassu Airport Guide
Foz do Iguassu Airport is an international airport serving the city of Foz do Iguassu in Brazil. The airport is strategically located at least 12 kilometers from the center of the city. It offers daily domestic flights as well as interconnecting flights to both local and foreign destinations.
Bringing a car to the airport is not a problem. The airport has a parking lot with 280 slots. The airport grounds are relatively huge at about 50,102 square meters and houses a variety of commercial establishments for shopping, dining and personal services.
Among the main establishments is the Artesanato Três Fronteiras which is a souvenir shop. Inside, tourists can purchase carved precious stones, clothing and local artworks. Behind the shop is a small café serving chocolates and coffee. As Brazil seem to be famous for its precious stones, jewelry shops are everywhere within the airport, including the famous names Jakk Joalheiros and H. Stern.
For dining, there’s a wide selection of great tasting food that’s truly reflective of the Brazilian food culture. Within the airport are restaurants such as Panela Brasil Restaurante and Casa do Pão de Queijo. The Casa can be compared to the American fastfood style, except it serves wonderful cheese breads, paninis and hot and cold drinks. For heavier meals, there’s the Montana Grill that serves mouth-watering barbecue meats with the staple rice, salads, beans and sometimes even fried. Barbecue dishes are big in Brazil so it really should be part of the dining experience. And when searching for fresh brewed coffee or chocolate dessert to seal the meal, there’s the Chocolateria Caracol that can satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth.
When in need of services, the Foz do Iguassu Airport has the basics such as health care units, police on duty, and tourist information. For tours, there’s the Falls Vision which is an agency that can help with booking groups to the most popular tourist destinations in the city. There are also transport services, hotel services and catering.
The Foz do Iguassu Airport serves as the main gate of visitors to the city. Tourism is considered the city’s main industry so their airport is one of their busiest places, operating 24 hours, ready to serve everyone.