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Ruinas de San Ignacio

Casa de la Provincia de Misiones | Avda. Santa Fe 989, San Ignacio, Argentina
+54 11 4322-0686
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San Ignacio Ruins Plus Wanda Mines Full Day from Puerto Iguazú
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Casa de la Provincia de Misiones | Avda. Santa Fe 989, San Ignacio, Argentina
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Reviewed 17 September 2017 via mobile

Huge place ruins with lots of history. Was impressed by the size of the ruins We took a guided tour, the tour guide was great very knowledgeable

Thank Karen I
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

This fenced off complex is in the middle of the small town and so you will hear abundant Streetnoise during your explorations, most irritating the tour buses who keep threir engines running for the whole duration of the stop nearby the 100 or so souvenir...More

1  Thank Pieter O
Reviewed 10 April 2017

The ruins are really interesting. If you go spend the night in San Ignacio and take in the light show. It is really well done and gives you a great overview of the history. You won't find a lot of english in this area but...More

Thank Hannah S
Reviewed 19 September 2016 via mobile

We visited this great piece of history in the area of Misiones. I was not entirely convinced before doing this trip but my girlfriend insisted.After doing the auto guided tour It is an interesting ruins to visit, the beauty and size and modern techniques that...More

1  Thank Paco C
Reviewed 13 September 2016

This is one of several Jesuit Missions in the district abandoned when the Jesuits were expelled in 1767.It is gradually being overgrown with mosses and trees including strangler figs which are in places destroying the structures.

Thank juanofthejungle
Reviewed 25 July 2016

You can buy 1 ticket that is valid for 15 days and allows access to all of the Jesuit sites. The site at San Ignacio mini, is impressive. It is a whole town of part restored buildings including churches, houses, schools and gardens. The jesuits...More

1  Thank Ruth b
Reviewed 11 July 2016

Beautiful and peaceful place to understand a part of the region history. The explications on the cartels are really clear.

Thank Oriane L
Reviewed 4 May 2016

See how the Jesuits managed the missions the Guaranis back in 1632. Take yourself back in time and imagine the ruins built. It's a 2.5 drive from Port of Iguazu and worth it. Also classified by UNESCO

1  Thank Natimina
Reviewed 2 May 2016 via mobile

The site was built by the guarani while working for the Jesuits. The site is pretty and give you an insight on the colonization process in the region The tour is short, about 1 hour. And the surroundings are beautiful to, I recommend it if...More

Thank El_expl0rad0r
Reviewed 19 April 2016

Very interesting place. We went for the sound and light show on our first evening in San Ignacio, and then in the morning the next day. The prices seemed fairly high (150 pesos for the sound and light show, and the same for the entry...More

Thank Thelastdodo2
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