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BUENOS AIRES & COLONIA(URUGUAY)
4D/3N: Buenos Aires & Colonia

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: BUENOS AIRES
Meet and transfer from the airport to the hotel. Accommodation for 2 nights including breakfast and taxes.
Afternoon half day city tour.
Along '9 de Julio Avenue', the widest in the city, it is possible to spot the Obelisk, the monument that symbolises the city, and the famous Colon Theatre (Opera House), masterpiece of architecture with superb acoustics.
The tour continues to San Telmo neighbourhood, birthplace of the city, and to May Square, historical and political centre, surrounded by the Government House or 'CasaRosada', site of the national government, the Cabildo, historical building which was centre of the colonial political life, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Town Hall, site of the city government.
Then continue to La Boca district picturesque neighbourhood, where the Italian immigrants settled, and famous for 'Caminito' Street. Heading north, the tour gets to aristocratic Recoleta district, known for its Cemetery and to Palermo, wide and beautiful park located in the heart of one of the most elegant areas in the city.
Rest of the day at leisure.

DAY 2: BUENOS AIRES
Breakfast. Day at leisure.
Evening Dinner and Tango show at one of the best tango show places in town.
Taste Argentine cuisine specialities accompanied by excellent wines and finish the evening enjoying a Tango and folklore show long to be remembered. (The tour includes round trip transfers and can also be taken without the dinner).

DAY 3: BUENOS AIRES / COLONIA

BUENOS AIRES: Breakfast. Transfer to the Port and departure to

COLONIA: Meet and HALF DAY CITY TOUR. The District of Colonia is in the south west of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay. It is situated 178 km from Montevideo and only 40 km from the city of Buenos Aires. Washed by the Río de la Plata, the area offers over 200 km beaches and several islands along its coastline. Colonia del Sacramento and Carmelo are in this district, both of utter importance in the historic development of the country. Colonia del Sacramento is situated in the peninsula founded by the Portuguese in 1680, who settled on the coast as they considered it strategic for expansion over the Río de la Plata. Due to this, the area which has been disputed by the greatest European countries is known as “The Apple of Discord”. Its population is formed by immigrants of Swiss, German, Spanish, Portuguese and aborigine origin. The historic area of the city preserves its paving stone streets of the colonial times, and has been declared “Cultural Inheritance of Humanity” by UNESCO. Carmelo is situated on the margins of Las Vacas stream, which keeps important traffic of nautical tourism. Other main sights are the Rambla de los Constituyentes, Playa Seré, Zagarzazú Beach, the Hotel Casino and the Fauna Reserve.
Transfer to the Port and departure to
BUENOS AIRES: Meet and transfer to the selected hotel.

DAY 4: BUENOS AIRES
Breakfast. Transfer from the hotel to the airport.

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