A tale of three cities: discover vibrant Buenos Aires, lively Montevideo and the charming Colonia del Sacramento
Witness the best lanscapes Uruguay has to offer from verdant rolling hills to the dramatic coastline
Stay in beautiful boutique properties, brimming with character and history, unique to their location
October to April is the ideal time to visit weather wise. The very popular peak summer season from Christmas to mid-February gets booked up well in advance so best to plan early.
This fabulous itinerary takes you on a lesser-known path, whilst staying in unique and quality accommodations. Begin in Argentina’s buzzing and vibrant capital before heading over to laidback Uruguay and explore rolling green countryside, quaint colonial towns and golden beaches.
Arrive in Buenos Aires and discover the capital’s energy and charm, from its wide boulevards and parks to its museums, superb restaurants and sultry tango shows. We’ve included a private tour with a local guide to give you insider knowledge on the best that this vibrant city has to offer. Argentina is renowned for its gastronomy and we’ve included an evening that showcases it at its best. Enjoy an interactive experience where you’ll learn to prepare local dishes and then sample them alongside a signature glass of Malbec.
Catch a fast catamaran across the Rio de la Plata and arrive to the charming colonial town of Colonia del Sacramento. From here, transfer north to Carmelo and enjoy three nights exploring the countryside at the river’s edge. There’s lots to do here and we suggest exploring the local vineyards, be this via an excellent wine tasting tour, by bike or out on horseback with the excellent Uruguayan cowboys as your guides.
Drive today through Uruguay’s lush countryside before arriving in Montevideo, the lively Uruguayan capital. We’ve included a fascinating walking tour, led by an expert guide, of the capital’s historic center and museums. Afterwards, enjoy a well-earned lunch at the famous portside market.
Your final stop is the fashionable coastal town of Jose Ignacio. Often likened to St Tropez or the Hamptons, Jose Ignacio is a popular high-end hang out for Argentines and Uruguayans. The result is an excellent restaurant scene and cool beach bars abound. Spend your days relaxing poolside, taking long walks along the coast, surfing, sailing or exploring the amazing sand dunes of Cabo Polonio with their sea lion colonies.
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