In the state of Paraná, Foz do Iguaçu is a city famous mainly for hosting the Iguaçu Falls, a beautiful 82-meter high waterfall. Currently, with more than 250 thousand inhabitants, it is one of the Brazilian destinations preferred by foreign tourists, being the main one in the southern region.

With so many attractions that the Land of the Falls has shown to Brazil and the world, have you already thought about investing in a property in this beautiful city? If you appreciate the contact with nature, fun, culture, and quality of life, then continuing to live in the region or moving there is a great option.

There are many reasons to build a life in Foz do Iguaçu, but today VRV brought 5 important points to be considered.



As pointed out in the beginning of this publication, the city is home to the famous waterfalls. These waters are stored in the famous Iguaçu National Park which, besides the experience of seeing one of the 7 Wonders of Nature up close, provides other ways to contemplate the beauty of the region, such as boat and train rides.

In the park, it is possible to maintain direct and safe contact with the rich fauna and flora. There are also spaces dedicated to physical exercise, ideal for hiking, trails, stretching, and other different ways to awaken the body’s health and well-being.



Foz do Iguaçu is plural, filled to the brim with culture and various forms of artistic and cultural expression. Much of all this arose (and still arises) thanks to the fact that the city has borders with Argentina and Paraguay, and has a history of Syrian and Lebanese immigration. This mixture originated a gigantic range of options capable of pleasing even the most demanding of tastes.

The Muslim Mosque is a great highlight of the city, for it emphatically and faithfully presents the culture of the immigrants from the Middle East. There is also the Three Borders Landmark, sought after by all the people who set foot in the region and seek entertainment with cultural attractions, such as dance, music, art, cuisine, and folklore, among others.


Tourist Attractions

In the previous topics you may have noticed that there are tourist attractions that must be visited at least once in a lifetime, however, there are thousands of other places that make life in Foz do Iguaçu a constant adventure to be lived.

In this sense, there is the long and beautiful Friendship International Bridge, which divides Brazil and Paraguay; the Fraternity Bridge, located on the border between Brazil and Argentina; the Bird Park, with an animal fauna of about 900 birds of 150 species; the Jesuit Missions scenographic village, a tribute to the indigenous villages and Jesuit priests; the largest Dinosaur Park in the country; and the largest Wax Museum in Latin America, Dreamland.



From public basic education to higher education, the municipality aims to offer the best educational content for children, young people and adults. In the 2008 ENEM, Foz do Iguaçu ranked 33rd among the cities with more than 200 thousand inhabitants. In 2011, the city also had the best average for elementary school in Brazil.

Regarding higher education, Foz has the Federal University of Latin American Integration, a public higher education institution focused on training new professionals and researchers specialized in the region’s economic, social, cultural, and political development.


Real Estate Sector

Regarding real estate, Foz do Iguaçu presents several opportunities to welcome new and old residents in their own houses and apartments. Every day, new developments are appearing that are more and more complete, updated, and safe, in order to provide families and citizens with a modern and cozy residence.

Furthermore, the city of Paraná is among the cheapest cities to live in. Its cost of living is 44.8% cheaper compared to the cost of living in the capital of São Paulo.