Waterfalls Iguazu: a natural miracle of light from the Argentine and Brazilian side
When you fly to the Argentine Puerto Iguazu, then the most important thing to have to sit before others on the bus, which goes to the city center, otherwise you have to go by taxi. It is best to live just in Puerto Iguazu, and not in the Brazilian city of Foz do Iguazu. Advantages: accommodation cheaper, inexpensive food and Argentine wine. The town itself is more provincial and calm.
After reading the councils, I decided to first see the waterfalls from the Brazilian side to get to the Brazilian National Park, you need to spend 8 pesos to spend 8 pesos, it is curious that Brazilian stamps do not put if you are going for 1-2 days, then you can go to Brazil "illegally", But if you are going to go further in Brazil, then I will definitely place the stamp, otherwise there may be problems.
Options get some:
1) bus to the bus station Fos do Iguazu, and from there before the park itself,
2) rarely go buses directly from the Argentinean town to Brazilian Park, the schedule is constantly changing, you can clarify the train station from several bus companies,
So, the benefits of the Brazilian side:
1. The ability to fly by helicopter.