Colonia del Sacramento is probably the single most visited place in Uruguay and it is not difficult to tell why. Although many tourists go here, the place hasn't lost anything of its colonial (what's in a name?) charm at all. Especially during early morning and late afternoon when the day visitors are leaving, the town is given back to its locals.
From the Colonia del Sacramento Travel Guide
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this was our first Hostel in South America, I hope they are all as clean and welcoming! ... more
I came across El Galope online, completely by mistake and stayed here for 2 nights. For anyone reading this I have to let you know that this place is amazing. If you´re an expat living in Buenos Aires and want to escape from the chaos of the city, you should definitely check this place out. ... more
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Dear travellers, of these following South American citites - Buenos Aires, Soa Paulo, Rio De Janerio, Colonia Del Sacramento - can you tell me which is the cheapest to buy high quality fashion gears 9 shoes, jeans shirts)? And when are the sales period? Regards, kkool ...
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(full name: Colonia del sacramento), where you can visit the historic colonial part of the city. One day ...
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Mendoza too. Another good option for one to several days would be Uruguay. I know that Punta del Este is supposedly the glitzy beach area for S. America (and a short trip from BA). Also worth a day trip is Colonia del Sacramento. You can catch a ferry from BA and spend the day exploring the small historic town ...
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You can find the historic town of Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay’s southwest. It’s just an hour by ferry from Buenos Aires, making it an ideal day trip. So, keen to escape the hubbub of Buenos Aires ...
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