For Paraguay, Americans ($160), Australians ($135) and Canadians ($150) need a visa – though not unless you go beyond Ciudad del Este. Get this in advance at home or from the Paraguayan Consulate in Foz.
Though they only promote their paying members, the Morretes Convention & Visitor's Bureau is the most accessible tourist office in town. It's inside the train station.
Generally considered to offer the best exchange rates in Foz. It's a very good idea to pick up Argentine pesos here before heading to Parque Nacional Iguazú in Argentina.
The main tourist office, located in Vila Yolanda, sits out of town on Av das Cataratas toward the falls, reachable on bus 120.
Tourist information at the rodoferroviária is located on the southwest end of estadual (state) buses block.
The island's rustic health clinic. On weekends, simply knock on the door – there will be someone to attend to you.
The tourist wing of Paraná's military police, located next to tourist information in Vila Yolanda.
You can buy bus tickets for the same price as the bus companies at this handy tourist agency.
Helpful tourist information booth across from across from the Nova Brasília ferry dock.
Helpful tourist information booth across from the Encantadas ferry dock.