One of the most popular destinations within Argentina is Iguaçu Falls, and chances are you will travel through Puerto Iguazú on your journey. The primarily tourist city shares a border with Paraguay and Brazil, and caters to travelers visiting the falls. In fact, one thing to do when in Puerto Iguazú is to visit the Three Frontiers Landmark where you can see Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay all at the same time.
Traveling with kids can be a lot of fun, but, when visiting other cultures, it can be a bit challenging when it comes to dining, to say the least. Preparing your kids ahead of time for the different dishes that may be served can help, but, if there is not enough time to do that, the next best thing is to find kid-friendly spots that have dishes the entire family will enjoy. Let’s take a look at some in Ushuaia that will appeal to all appetites.
Located about two hours south of Buenos Aires, Mar del Plata is the largest vacation area in all of Argentina, and with its beaches, bays, coastline, cliffs and forests, it is easy to see why. About 650,000 people live in Mar del Plata, welcoming more than 8 million visitors annually.
For families who want to spend their time outdoors reconnecting with Mother Nature, look no further than the Azores. Off the coast of Portugal and surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, the Azores is comprised of nine islands, or “nine small worlds,” each with similarities to the others, yet with their differences that set them apart. One common thread on each, however, is the friendliness of those who call the islands home.
Lisbon, or Lisboa as its known to the locals, is famous for its hospitality and the family-like way the city welcomes visitors, not to mention 290 days of sunshine a year. It’s a city where old customs and ancient history blend with cultural entertainment and high tech. And it’s filled with kid-friendly activities for the entire family.