Buenos Aires-Colonia-Montevideo

 Argentina – Colonia – Uruguay

Buenos Aires – Colonia – Montevideo

 9 days / 7 nights


valid thru 17Dec’19

The package includes:

  • Round Trip airfare  into Buenos Aires and return from Montevideo
  • Ferry from Buenos Aires to Colonia – Uruguay

 Buenos Aires

  • Round trip transfers
  • 3 night at Hotel Claridge Hotel with breakfast
  • Half Day City tour


  • Round trip transfers from the Pier to the Hotel
  • 1 night at Radisson Colonia de Sacramento with breakfast
  • Half day city tour
  • Transfers from Colonia to Montevideo


  • 3 night at Tryp Montevideo with breakfast
  • Transfers from the hotel to the airport

Buenos Aires is as sophisticated as any European city, with its wide avenues, fine colonial architecture and rows of pavement cafes. The city was built by French, Italian and Spanish immigrants.  One of the most interesting attractions of Buenos Aires is its architecture. Its style reflects the influence of the Spaniards, French and Italians in its building, in its parks and modern skyscrapers

Colonia Del Sacramento is steeped in history. It was the only Portuguese settlement along the Rio de la Plata. Today it is a resort city, a port, and the trade center for a rich agricultural region. The historic quarter, Barrío Historico, on a small peninsula jutting out into the river, was named a UNESCO heritage site in 1995.
Colonia del Sacramento is across the Rio de la Plata from Buenos Aires, and is the main water thoroughfare for visitors from Argentina to access any part of Uruguay. Many travelers stop to enjoy the excellent restaurants, art and craft shops, museums and a large yacht harbor.

Montevideo is a capital and by far its largest city, Montevideo is a vibrant, eclectic place with a rich cultural life. Stretching nearly 20km from east to west, the city wears many faces, from its industrial port to the exclusive residential suburb of Carrasco near the airport. In the historic downtown business district, art deco and neoclassical buildings jostle for space alongside grimy, worn-out skyscrapers that appear airlifted from Havana or Ceausescu’s Romania, while across town the shopping malls and modern high-rises of beach communities like Punta Carretas and Pocitos bear more resemblance to Miami  or Copacabana. 

Prices available from other cities

Miami  $    2,269
San Francisco  $    2,329
Los Angeles  $    2,389
New York  $    2,429
Boston  $    2,639
Atlanta  $    2,789
Chicago  $    2,799
Washington  $    2,859

Prices are per person, based on double occupancy. Prices do not include airport fees and departure taxes, The airfare portion of the itinerary price is based on midweek departure. Airport fees  and surcharges vary by departure city and destination. Airport fees can add up to $200 to the total package price. Prices will vary according to departure cities and travel dates. Air fares are subject to change without any previous notice.
This “tentative online itinerary” serves only as a price guide as all prices are subject to availability and prevailing  rates at the time of confirmation and payment.