Paraguay GuideParaguay is a landlocked country in South America bordering Argentina, Bolivia, and Brazil. The country is rich in natural resources: the world's largest drinking water reservoir is beneath its soil, the biggest hydroelectric producer--The Itaipú Dam--is on its border with Brazil. HotelsFind hotels in Asuncion, Ciudad Del Este, Aregua and more.
Popular in ParaguayAsunciónAsunción is the capital and economic centre of Paraguay. The Asuncion metropolitan area is home to two million of Paraguay's six million inhabitants. Ciudad del EsteCiudad del Este is a city in Paraguay. It is mainly a shopping destination for Brazilians and Argentinians.
In ParaguaySouthern ParaneñaSouthern Paraneña is a region of Paraguay. Terere Paraná PlateauParana Plateau is a region of Paraguay. This region encompasses the forested highlands in Paraguay's east, along the Paraná River. FiladelfiaFiladelfia is a Mennonite colony in the Chaco region of Paraguay. It is different from most of Paraguay; this is due to the remote location and harsh environment, and also to its majority of German immigrants. AreguáAregua is a town 31km outside of the capital city, Asunción in Paraguay. It is easily accessible by many paved roads and public bus lines. Northern ParaneñaNorthern Paraneña is a region of Paraguay. Loma PlataLoma Plata is a Mennonite colony in the Chaco region of Paraguay. It is a place different from main Paraguay on one hand due to the remote location and harsh environment, on the other hand there is a majority of people of German origin that came by the way of Canada. TrinidadTrinidad is a small village in Paraguay featuring the ruins of a Jesuit Mission. It´s 30 k m from Encarnación along Ruta 6. San Ignacio GuazúSan Ignacio Guazú is a village in Paraguay. Its main attraction are the buildings once built for the Jesuit Mission but still in use today.
Right Now on Around Guides