Cheap flights from Paraguay

Paraguay or officially the Republic of Paraguay is a landlocked South American country, bordered by Argentina to the south and southwest, Brazil to the east and northeast, and Bolivia to the northwest. It lies on both banks of the Paraguay River, which runs through the centre of the country from north to south. Due to its location which technically lies at the central region of South America, it has been fondly called by the locals and a few travellers as “Corazon de America”, which literally translates into “Heart of America”. Paraguay is first inhabited by indigenous Guarani, before the Spanish conquered the territory in the 16th century, which was led by Jesuit missions who introduced Christianity and Spanish culture to the region.

Where to go

National Pantheon of Heroes – The National Pantheon of Heroes is a building and a landmark of Asuncion, the capital of Paraguay, and one of the national monuments of the country. It is located between Palma and Chile streets in the downtown of the capital, and is a must-see for all tourists and foreign delegations that get to visit the country. The Pantheon is built as the mausoleum of the country, where lie the remains of the great heroes of Paraguayan history. It also houses illustrious honorary plaques sent by foreign rulers, kings, and princes, along with congratulations and verses of appreciation to the Paraguayan army, air force, and navy.

Casa de la Independencia Museum – The Casa de la Independencia Museum is an exhibit inaugurated on May 14, 1965. It showcases pieces of Paraguayan history, which date back to the independence of the country. Precisely on the night of May 14, a group of brave Paraguayans came out of this same house, to declare the independence of Paraguay. Within the casa, several rooms with exhibitions can be found: the office room, where important documents in the period signed by various patriots of the Paraguayan independence are kept; the dining room, which recreates a domestic dining and living area during the colonial period, along with a sword which belonged to Fulgencio Yegros and a portrait of Doctor Gaspar Rodriguez de Francia; the living room, which exhibits French furniture from the 1830s; the bedroom, the oratory, the corridor, the yard, and the capitulary saloon.

Museo del Barro – One of the more loved museums in Asuncion, the Museo del Barro houses almost everything – from modern paintings to pre-Columbian and indigenous crafts. Political caricatures of prominent Paraguayans are also displayed here.

Sao Paulo is a municipality, metropolis, and global city in south-eastern Brazil; the most populous city in Brazil and in the Americas, and in the western hemisphere. The city has a significant cultural, economic, and political influence both nationally and internationally. It is home to several important monuments, parks, and museums, such as the Latin American Memorial, the Ibirapuera Park, the Museum of Ipiranga, the Sao Paulo Museum of Art, and many others. Sao Paulo also plays host to some of the world's high profile events, including the Brazilian Grand Prix, the Sao Paulo Fashion Week, and the ATP Brazil Open. It is also the largest venue and the host of the world's largest gay pride parade. Apart from the above-mentioned, Sao Paulo's other strengths include its architecture and its gastronomy – which has been noted as one of the best in the region.

Currently, there are no long haul flights from any of the airports with commercial service in Paraguay. Travellers who are looking for these types of flights should head out and use the major transport hubs in the continent, including those of Brasilia (Brazil), Sao Paulo (Brazil), El Dorado (Bogota), Santiago (Chile), and Lima (Peru).

How to get out

The best way to get out of Paraguay is through Silvio Pettirossi international Airport. Silvio Pettirossi international Airport is Paraguay's main national and international gateway, located at Luque, a city of Gran Asuncion. It is named after the Paraguayan aviator Silvio Pettirossi, and was formerly known as the Presidente Stroessner International Airport. Airlines that travel to and from the airport include Aerolineas Argentinas, Amaszonas, Avianca Peru, Copa Airlines, Gol Airlines, TAGUA, and TAM Airlines – Paraguay.

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