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Paraguay is a landlocked country between Argentina, Brazil and Bolivia, home to large swaths of swampland, subtropical forest and chaco, wildernesses comprising savanna and scrubland. The capital, Asunción, on the banks of the Paraguay River, is home to the grand Government Palace and the Museo del Barro, displaying pre-Columbian ceramics and ñandutí lacework, the latter available in many shops.

Major Cities

Ciudad del Este
San Lorenzo
Fernando de la Mora

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Atlandis Top 3 'Things to Do'

National Park Ybycuí

We visit the Ybycui National Park and on its premises the museum “La Rosada” of the Ybycuí iron factory. The Museum holds a collection of objects that were part of the iron factory that Pte. Carlos Antonio López was promoting. This foundation was asked to drive the modernization of the country and to apply iron technology to construction, navigation, agriculture and industry. Since 1863, the impending beginning of the war against the “Triple Alianza”, the production of war goods has been prioritized. It worked until 1869, when it was deactivated and then destroyed by the enemy army.

Golden Circuit Tour

One of the most comprehensive tours where you can appreciate the artesnania made of mud , history through the visit to the Franciscan church, nature is present through landscape of hills in Paraguari . The colonial houses that can be seen in the city of Aregua , besides the famous Ypacarai lake that was inspired musician Jose Asuncion Flores to write famous guaranias. Goldsmith at its best presented in gold and silver filigree beautiful works made with exclusive details. Elaboration of guitars and harps are worthy to appreciate in this city that are produced are exported and also internationally.

Golden Triangle Tour

Discover the history and artistic heritage of the ‘Golden Triangle’ villages surrounding Asunción on a private, full-day tour that lets you access parts of Paraguay not usually seen by visitors. See one of South America’s most important pilgrimage sites in Caacupé, browse one-of-a-kind ceramics in Aregua, admire handmade jewelry in Luque, and more. These villages are not easily visited without a car, so a private guide and transport makes it easy to get off the beaten path.

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