Day Trip To Colonia From Buenos Aires By Ferry In Buenos Aires

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Highlights of Day Trip To Colonia From Buenos Aires By Ferry

Our Day Trip to Colonia from Buenos Aires by Ferry is the perfect way to explore this historic and beautiful area.

Declared a World Heritage Site in 1995 by UNESCO, Colonia del Sacramento is rich in striking architecture. Wander down the cobbled streets and see beautiful scenery, Portuguese colonial-style buildings, Spanish-looking homes and incredible views of the Río de La Plata.

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ENDS: Terminal de ferrys, Av. Elvira Rawson de Dellepiane 155, Puerto Madero Sur.
Time: 07:15 AM
ENDS: Terminal de ferris, Av. Elvira Rawson de Dellepiane 155, Puerto Madero Sur.
Time: 08 PM
8 Hours
-Round trip to Colonia Uruguay.
-Tourist bus to historic districts and to the coast of the Real de San Carlos with transfer
-Lunch at Yatch Club (Classic day tour)
-Lunch and beverages at Radisson Hotel (Premium day tour)
**Prices do not include Uruguayan port charges or emission costs
**Transfer in/out from Buenos Aires Hotels
*Passport or National ID
Colonia (UY)
*The entrance to the museum will have an additional cost of US$ 1 and has to be payed on site. The museum is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays

*Ask for our pick up/drop off from hotels service rates

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Our Day Trip to Colonia from Buenos Aires by Ferry begins at the ferry port (details above) at 7:15am where we’ll hop onto the Eladia Isabel and embark on our trip to Colonia at 8:15am. The ferry takes about 1 hour and 30 min approx. and when we arrive we’ll be picked up and head for some lunch.

If you book the classic day tour, we’ll have lunch at the Yacht Club restaurant where we’ll be served the tourist menu. If you choose the premium day tour, we’ll head to the famous 5-star Radisson Hotel & Casino and have a first-class lunch with drinks included.

After a relaxing lunch we’ll start our tour around the city. We’ll visit the Barrio Historico with its countless museums, wander along the coast to Real de San Carlos and take a look at the Plaza de Toros. There, you’ll have some free time to explore yourself, have a merienda in the scenic local bars or get your hands on some souvenirs from the local craft stalls and shops.

Around 6 pm we’ll be taken back to the port to board our boat, which departs at 7pm. After an hour on the water we’ll be back in Buenos Aires, where our tour ends at around 8pm.

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This excursion requires the procedure in Migrations of departure in Argentina and entry in Uruguay to the outward journey. And upon return, the procedure must be carried out again in Migrations of exit in Uruguay and subsequent entry in Argentina. Therefore, you must bring all the necessary documentation to enter and leave both countries (Passport, National Document, Visas, and all the corresponding documents).

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Really beutiful tour: if you are in Buenos Aires, and you have one day left, go to Colonia: it´s a colonial place that´s really worth going. Highly recommended.

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