Marco Das Tres FronteirasCurrently Open
- Address: Port Meira, Foz do Iguaçu, PR, Brazil, Foz Do Iguacu
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Landmark, Monument, Family And Kids
Marco Das Tres Fronteiras - Review
Also known as ‘Three borders landmark’, this is a unique monument in Foz do Iguacua. This is the point where the borders of three countries- Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay meet. The Iguacu River divides Brazil and Argentina whereas the Parana divides Paraguay with the other two.
The monument was inaugurated in 1903 and represents the proximity of the country borders and who sometimes, they are too hard to divide!
The monument comprises of three structures painted in the flag colours of each country. The three structures form an equilateral triangle which determines the territorial limit of the three countries.
The Brazilian landmarks stands on the Port Meria, the Argentine Marco is set on the shore of Rio Iguacu and the Paraguayan March is located on the right bank of Parana River.
There is also an amphitheatre known as space of America which served as an entertainment space.
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95% of people who visit Foz Do Iguacu include Marco Das Tres Fronteiras in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
33.89% of people start their Marco Das Tres Fronteiras visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Marco Das Tres Fronteiras
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Marco Das Tres Fronteiras, Foz Do Iguacu Reviews
Nice place to stop by and visit. A little tourist trap, to be sure, but the fountains are a nice touch and there's a good amount of parking. The 3D projection show in the fountains is really cool!
We arrived at 1200, thinking we would enjoy the view then have lunch. Forget it, the landmark doesn't open until 1400. Even then the restaurant doesn't open till 1600. So we paid a lot for a view across two rivers. Don't bother to turn-up until sunset, so you can take in the show and an interesting view.
Cool to stop in for a visit. Not much going on here. A few stores and restaurants. It's mainly a look out area.
Cheap enough to get in. Came in the evening and a saw some classical dancing show going on which was nice. Also ate in the restaurant which had a delicious buffet and cute cats / kittens roaming around the tables outside. Had I not come in the evening when a show was going on I probably would have found it a little boring. Nonetheless a pretty cool landmark.
Experiência cultural e vista bonita. Ideal para ir no por do sol! (Cultural experience with a nice view. Must see the sunset there!)
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