Low Cost City Tour Ciudad del Este

Cultural & Theme Tours in Acre

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Discover the most unusual places in Ciudad del Este and surprise yourself with the beauty that Paraguay offers of capital. Discover a city with squares and spaces designed for the citizens, the magnificent churches, the 3 de Febrero stadium and the largest mosque in South America.
Will you see how Ciudade del Este is much more than shopping? Leave your shopping in the capital of Paraguay and enjoy a city tour full of surprises. In this City Tour in Ciudad del Este you will know the Igreja de São Lucas, the Mesquita de Ciudad del Este, the Catedral San Blas, the Lago da Republica and the Salto del Monday. CATEDRAL SAN BLAS: Built in 1964, the Catedral San Blas was built with the shape of a boat, but made of stones. In 2015, the church has begun new renovations, will gain a new façade and a library and will become the largest Catholic church in Ciudad Del Este. REPUBLIC LAKE: This artificial lake, formed by the, Amambay river, is an incredible space for the inhabitants of Ciudad del Este. The name is a tribute, as the whole country has contributed to the construction of the dam and the lake. Around it, it is not allowed to build tall buildings, so as not to compromise the view. The area around the lake is full of bars, restaurants and night clubs. IGREJA DE SÃO LUCAS: The Church of San Luca is considered the most beautiful in Paraguay. The benches are made of cedar wood donated by various families in Paraguay. Next to the main door, the church has a figure that tells the story of Nossa Senhora de Caacupé, the patron saint of Paraguay. SALTO DEL MONDAY: the Salto del Monday consists of three large 40-meter waterfalls. Monday is the largest tributary of the Paraná River. The panoramic view leaves you face to face with the waterfalls that have a large volume of water. On this tour you can also do tree climbing and zipline and have a coffee or a drink in the cafeteria. MESQUITA DE CIUDADE DEL ESTE: the Al-Khulafa Al-Rashidin mosque is in the final stages of construction and therefore has not yet been opened to visitors. However, the size of the temple is quite impressive. Once the work is finished, the mosque will be more culturally complete in South America.

What’s included

  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
  • Professional guide

What’s not included

  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
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