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Located in South America, Paraguay is a landlocked country nestled between Brazil, Argentina, and Bolivia. The country is known for its untamed natural beauty, diverse wildlife, and a fascinating colonial history. Paraguay offers an array of natural features and boasts diverse scenic landscapes including subtropical forest and chaco, rainforests, swamplands, savannah, waterfalls, and scrublands. Top natural wonders in Paraguay are Saltos del Monday, Ojo del Mar, Amambay Hills, Ybycui National Park, Defensores del Chaco National Park, Pantanal wetlands, Bella Vista’s terere plantations, and Cerro Cora National Park. Paraguay is home to several cultural institutions and hosts popular festivals such as Carnival, Nanduti Festival, el Dia de San Blas, Ypacarai Festival, and Trans Choco Rally. The country is lined with a number of churches, forts, memorials, monuments from the colonial era alongside petroglyph sites. Major historic landmarks in Paraguay are La Santisima Trinidad de Parana (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Church of Yaguaron, Basilica of Caacupe, Fernandez rock shelter, Fort Boqueron, Cerro Acua petroglyph site, and Ita Letra. To explore beyond Paraguay’s bustling cities, visitors can head over to charming towns of Encarnacion, Villarrica, Luque, San Bernardino, Trinidad, and Caacupe.
Popular Destinations in Paraguay
Capital of Paraguay, Asuncion is located on the eastern bank of the
Paraguay River. The metropolis is the political, cultural, and economic
heart of modern Paraguay. Among the oldest continuously inhabited cities in
the Americas, Asuncion was founded by Spanish conquistadores in the early
16th century. The Spanish led their colonial expeditions to
Patangonia and Peru from Asuncion and the city became a center of the
Spanish empire in the Americas. Asuncion is renowned for its elegant Lopez
Palace, the seat of government. The National Pantheon of Heroes has several
plaques and a mausoleum commemorating Paraguayan historical figures. Marked
by colonial architecture, the Independence House Museum showcases artefacts
documenting emancipation from Spanish rule. Other landmarks in Asuncion are
Natural History Museum, Municipal Theater, Metropolitan Cathedral, Great
Lyric Theater, Juan de Salazar Cultural Center, Manzana de la Rivera,
Cementerio de la Recoleta, and Parque de la Salud.
Cuidad del Este
The second largest city in Paraguay, Cuidad del Este is the capital of Alto
Parana Department. The city is situated on the Parana River, opposite to
the Brazilian city of Foz do Iguacu. For sweeping views of the city,
visitors must head to the Friendship Bridge, which connects the town to
Brazil. Some tourist landmarks in Cuidad del Este include Triple Frontier,
Mensu Museum, The Museum of the Guarani Land, Saltos del Monday, San Blas
Cathedral, and Terruno de Schoenstatt Sanctuary.
Among the main cities of the Central Department, Aregua is located 28 kms
from the capital, Asuncion. The city lies between hills to the west and
Ypacarai Lake to the east. Renowned for its colonial architecture, Aregua
is a slice of Spain in Paraguay. The charming colonial town has cobbled
alleyways and leafy plazas which are lined with chic boutiques and quaint
cafes. Aregua is a cultural hub and has a host of art galleries, including
Luis Cogliolo Galeria de Arte, Guggiari Arte, Paseo La Candelaria, El
Cantaro, and Aregua pesebres. Declared as a National Heritage Area,
Aregua’s historic area is centred around Avenida del Lago, which runs from
the Ypacarai Lake to a hilltop church. Other tourist attractions in Aregua
are Castillo Carlota Palmerola, Church of Aregua, Mythical Museum Ramon
Elias, Centro Artesanal de la Cuenca, Museo las Margaritas, and Costa
Best Time to Visit Paraguay
The best time to take Paraguay flights is from April to September during peak season when the temperatures are warm, and several festivals are held. For those who prefer cooler temperatures and want economical flights, May to August is the ideal time to take cheap flights to Paraguay.
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