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The Avenida Mariscal Lopez, named after the second president of Paraguay, Francisco Solano Lopez, a most controversial figure, for some a hero, for some a fool, who almost made Paraguay disappear from the map with his war against the triple alliance of the three bigger...More
Asuncion has become a very loud city, the traffic is terrible and in the rush hours it might take you 2 hours to get anywhere when only 2 years ago it would have taken you 20 minutes to drive the same distance.
This is the main road to get to downtown Asuncion, and it boasts the official residence of the President, the beautiful cemetery La Recoleta, and other exclusive mansions, some of the abandoned, yet beautiful. Even in high summer is a delight to walk by, as...More
I took buses 30 and 28.
They both travel along Mariscal Lopez which is a different experience in day and night.
The places looking deserted at night may suddenly look amazing in daytime.
There are beautiful houses and official/private buildings, all protected by surrounding high...More
The city's principal thoroughfare, going all the way from downtown to San Lorenzo and the main university. Lots of colonial houses, the President's residence and the US embassy share it with the Villa Morra district's shopping malls, banks and currency exchanges.
You'll pass the Centenario...More
Mariscal López is a long an important Avenue in Asunción. You can take a bus at Mariscal López and General San Martín towards historic Asunción and you will cross Villa Morra Shopping and several other shops and lovely houses.