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National Pantheon of the Heroes

National Pantheon of the Heroes

Visiting The National Pantheon of Heroes is a must thing to do at Asuncion. It is a great landmark in the capital of Paraguay, Asuncion. It was created in honor of the heroes of Paraguay who had fought in past wars. It also serves as a reminder to all that war is something that should be truly feared because of how many men had died in the War of Triple Alliances.

Palacio de los Lopez

Palacio de los Lopez

Palacio de López is a palace in Asunción, Paraguay, that serves as workplace for the President of Paraguay, and is also the seat of the government of Paraguay. This is a must thing to do at Asuncion if you visit for holiday. Located in the center of Asunción, looking at the bay, this building was built by order of Carlos Antonio López, to serve as residence for his son, the General Francisco Solano López, there the fact that the building name is 'Palacio de los López'.

The National Museum of Fine Arts of Asuncion

The National Museum of Fine Arts of Asuncion

Small but charming, Museum of Fine Arts (Museo de Bellas Artes) displays over 650 artworks by Paraguayan and South American artists through the generations. Peruse the collections of various objects like antique coins and furniture donated by and belonging to the creator of the museum. Be sure to plan ahead, as the museum changed locations and may be harder to find. History buffs should head to the national archives in the same building, which houses the largest collection of documents relating to Paraguay's past.

Travelling to Asuncion, Paraguay

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Asuncion is the capital and largest city of Paraguay. The city is located on the left bank of the Paraguay River, almost at the confluence of this river with the River Pilcomayo, on the South American continent. Asunción has many beautiful flowering trees and several large parks. Adjacent to the river, suburban buildings are still colonial in style—one story with a patio—but the centre of town consists of modern high-rise buildings. There are so many things to do at Asuncion.

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Asuncion Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

To skip the line and save your time, tickets can be purchased online. Your e-ticket will be emailed to you. You can also purchase your tickets on the spot. Some attractions are free so you don't need tickets to enter.

How To Get Around?

Asuncion is small enough to be explored on foot, however some attractions are a bit outside. The buses are comfortable and cheap, they go more or less everywhere in the city - destinations are displayed on boards on the front window, if in doubt just shout your intended destination at the driver when he stops and he'll tell you yes or no. Taxis are also available and inexpensive.

What Should I Wear?

You can wear whatever you want. Wear comfortable shoes if you want to explore the city.

Asuncion Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Asunción is between May and September when temperatures aren't as hot, humid and stifling as the summer months.

Currency

Paraguay Guarani

Will I Need a Guide?

No, it's easy to get around and you can find everything on this website.

How To Get There?

You can fly to Asuncion from most major South American cities (book via skyscanner.net). Buses are also an option. For international journeys, try Crucero del Norte or Omnilineas. For domestic journeys, try Terminal de Omnibus or ask your hotel staff for advice.

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