A Casa do Turista, Uma Férias casa SUAS excelente, localizado na Cidade de Foz do Iguaçu, Paraná, Brasil. Para acomodar todos eles parte do mundo faz, aqui Você. descubra Segurança NA SUA viajem conforto. Temos excelentes acomodações para ficar NA SUA das Cataratas terras. # Número de edições in quarto: 4 # Posto de Assistência # Jardim # Piscina externa Instalações de Cozinha # # TV Out # Estacionamento (grátis) # Garagem # SERVIÇO de Quarto (horário limitado) # Café servido como das (phone number hidden) hs # Internet Estamos localizados não Melhor bairro de Foz do Iguaçu, Cataratas JL Shopping Perto fazer, AO Ono Teatro Bar do lado da, hostital, delegacia de polícia, parada Ônibus, táxi, turista atrativos Perto dois. Descrição: Foz do Iguaçu é um município no estado do Paraná, que é o sétimo mais populoso, com 255,900 habitantes, Internacionalmente conhecida por Cataratas do Iguaçu, um dos vencedores que escolheram as 7 Maravilhas da Natureza  ea Usina Hidrelétrica de Itaipu, a segunda maior em tamanho e primeira em geração de energia, , que em 1996 foi considerada uma das 7 Maravilhas do Mundo Moderno pela Sociedade Americana de Engenheiros Civis.
We had a good stay for two days in iguacu. Nice room, very clean, great homemade breakfast and a very friendly host. Iuri drove us to the falls and the airport for an extra charge.
The communication beforehead was good and easy. Talking in english is a bit difficult but we managed it somehow ;)
My g/f and I stayed 3 nights at Iuri's place. The Casa do Turista was very pleasant to stay at. The bedroom was as pictured. Breakfast was kindly prepared by Iuri's mom and got us off a to a good start for the day. Iuri has been extremly helpful, taking us to a tour of the city and bringing us to the falls as well as to the Itaipu Dam. I would definitely recommend Iuri's place as a great convenient place to stay in order to visit the Iguacu Falls
We had such a great time at Casa do Turista! Although I should mention, the room we got was actually not the room pictured here, the room we had was the one listed as "Casa do Turista 2". It was spacious and clean, with a TV and air-con. The wifi, while a bit slow, worked throughout our stay.
However, the best part was Luri and his excellent service. He was always very quick with his communication before we arrived. As this was our first days in Brazil, he was always willing to help with the adjustment period, providing and arranging transportation to/from the airport and the Falls, all for a reasonable fee. The breakfasts are an absolute delight! Fresh juices, breads, cheese, ham, fresh fruits, smoothie-type drinks, and coffee were all excellent. My favorite, however, was the homemade cheese bread. Overall, a nice stay for a budget accommodation!
We arrived at the Casa Tourista after 9 PM on a chilly, rainy night in July. We understood that Yuri spoke English (which he does), but he was not there. It was a little awkward at first until I asked for the wireless log in code and went to (website hidden) Translate. Yuri's little brother, Peter, and I became best buddies talking to each other on our computers. He explained that Yuri was late in returning from hosting some visitors to the falls, and asked if we were hungry. We were, so their father took us to the mall to get some supper at the food court.
The rooms were very comfortable. They were chilly until we discovered the heater/AC and turned it on to heat up the room. The rooms could use a suitcase stand, but it was quite a bit like visiting relatives in that regard, too. We asked for and received bottles of water, and apologies were accepted when I broke a glass.
In the morning, the breakfast was tasty with regional fare. Some items were more to our liking than others, but I have a hard time getting excited about breakfast anywhere, so that is not a complaint. It was obviously prepared right there in the kitchen by Yuri's mother.
Yuri made arrangements with a travel agent (Joseph) to take us to the Argentine Falls right after breakfst. Joseph was there to pick us up before we were actually quite ready. From there on, Joseph was our guide and leader making arrangements for the next day and a half. I think that Yuri would have guided us if we had wanted to be a little more adventurous than we 60 somethings were up for.
It was a little Brazil "through the back door" and most delightful. Both nights young Peter wished us a Good night and to "sleep well with God!" We felt like we were part of this very hospitable family, and highly recommend the Casa Tourista. We were actually a little teary-eyed when the whole family sawa us off.
Luri, his family and his girlfriend were some of the kindest and most helpful people I have met. They made the trip to Iguassu Falls a unique and memorable experience. I wish I had more time to stay longer.
although only a short trip two days and nights we really enjoyed our time in Iguazu and stay with Luri, his partner, Gladys and his father. They were excellent hosts and provided many suggestions as well as transportation at a very reasonable price that gave us as comprehensive a tour as possible given out very limited time. Breakfast consisted of a selection of breads, cheese, ham, fresh juice and fruits, as well as cereal and cakes.
Casa do Turista is the first B&B I've ever been in Brazil and it was very nice. Iuri, the owner, lives in the first floor in the house with his wife, while there are other 4 rooms available. Iuri is great, helpful and nice. He helped us with everything we needed and was willing to give us some ride to some places (like the border of Brazil with Paraguay). He also used to work in the Iguazu National Park (Parque Nacional do Iguaçú), so he knows a lot about the place. The house is well equiped. There are wi-fi internet, a computer in the common room, a dining room, a kitchen (feel free to use it), a swimming pool, a barbecue station, etc. All rooms have air-conditioner, and the room I stayed had also a good bathroom. The B&B is in a good location, near the city center of Foz do Iguaçú and not far from the paraguayan city of Ciudad del Este and the argentinian city of Puerto Iguazu. Foz do Iguaçú is a medium city but, in my opinion, don't have much to offer. There are some few restaurants and bars but not much. To spend the night I suggest going to Puerto Iguazu, in Argentina. It's just some 30 minutes from the B&B. There you can find good pubs and restaurants. Iuri started the B&B less than one year ago, and he is always improving the house and buying new stuffs.
Our stay at Casa do Turista far exceeded our expectations, not only they were the perfect hosts, it felt like a home away from home. Iuri was great and very helpful in providing tips to different types of attractions even though we have been to Foz do Iguassu several times before and we enjoyed his recommendations. I'd definitely look forward to staying with them the next time we are in Foz.