Cypress In

Costa Rica 4828, Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires, C1414DME, Argentina
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ferry ... Ba to montivideo

by sharkydmc

is there two ferry´companys? how does one choose between the two?. we plan on buying the tix the day before. do you have a hotel to recomend that is close to the terminal?. Thanks,. dave and carla

Re: ferry ... Ba to montivideo

by loboviejo

Oi Dave & Carla,

Check out this site: It has many daily trips to Uruguay, with many different times and prices. (You may find it easier to arrive at the terminal a little early, and buy tickets the day you leave!) As for a hotel near the terminal...well, you probably will want to take a taxi to the terminal, right? (Walking there is a pain, no matter how close you stay!) Taxis are not that expensive in BA.

For a good hotel site, check out:, and look in "centro" for hotel location, if you want to stay near the terminal. You may want to look up hotel recommendation in BA from this same site, and same time waiting for others to reply. Buenos Aires is a great place to visit and explore. Have a great trip!


Re: ferry ... Ba to montivideo

by virtual786

Buquebus has an office at Cordoba 879. The office of Seacatcolonia's office is at Cordoba 772 - downtown BA, near 9 de Julio. Both have similar schedules with some options; Seacatcolonia might be cheaper. There are ferries that go directly from BA to MVD. It is also possible and much cheaper to take a ferry to Colonia and then take a bus to MVD. The bus meets the ferry. It might be possible to take a ferry to Colonia and spend a few hours in this interesting, World Heritage town and then take the bus to MVD.
There is no reason to stay at a hotel near the ferry dock. Any hotel in or near the center of BA will be a short and cheap taxi ride away.
If you're looking for a good inexpensive hotel, check out the Hotel Prince on Arenales in Recoleta. Great location on a quiet (for very noisy BA) street.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

News Stands

by Sonador3

This may seem like a weird tip, but on my way to my morning coffee, I would always stop at my favorite newsstand at the cornet of Alcorta and Calvia for a copy of the Buenos Aires Herald. After 3 days, I didn't even need to ask, they just got the copy ready when they saw me walking up.

The co-owner is a Porteno by the name of John. John used to own a gelato stand in Brooklyn, but is now back in his hometown selling newspapers, and is much happier. A huge futbol fan, when I needed an update on King Diego's condition, then John was my source. You can also find all kinds of maps, guides, bus schedules, camera film and the random nick-knack.

Tango - the music not the dance (Astor Piazzolla)

by realde14

OK, I admit I have two left feet and would not dare learn how to dance tango. Tango, however, is more than just a dance, its a feeling, a mood or a sound that melancolically reminds you of certain sad events that might not have even happened in your personal life...anyway, if you like tango, the music that is, Astor Piazzolla, is a classic and a great introduction to Tango

Martindale Golf Club - a golfing challenge!

by ets

It's all about value, quality and choices. There are approximately 50 to 60 different golf courses in Buenos Aires alone! The expensive courses cost 50 USD for a round, which is less that the green fee at your average US venue on a weekend. Bring your own clubs! Unlike the US, Europe and Japan, club rental is not common in Argentina.

So much to see and buy - start early

by SA_Traveller about Ricolletta Craft market

On a Sundays right next to the Ricoletta cemetery is the craft market. DON'T MISS it. It is amazing. And the best place to buy gifts. Locals also get together and when I was there they had a music festival. The also sell the most delicious fruit shakes, they make it fresh on the spot. I wish I had more time to spend at this market, but I had one Sunday and had to fit in the Antiques market as well. If you have to choose, I would recommend the Ricoletta market as they sell things you really want and it is easy to get there. Handmade items. From Scarfs to puppets. Budget

Señor Tango

by NYC2TLV about Tango shows - Tango places

I was a bit tired my first night in Buenos Aires, but I pushed my travel partner to pick a night activity. It was decided to go to a tango show which I was dreading. I thought that it was going to be really stupid but we ended up picking Señor Tango which is the most amazing show I had seen in a really long time. I don't want to give things away, but you sit at a table in this big theatre/restaurant. You can chose to have dinner included in your fee or to just come for the show and have drinks. The cost is AR $150 a person but it also includes transfers to and from your hotel.

The show started and I was amazed at how much work they put into it. I was especially impressed by Señor Tango himself and quickly went to get a photograph with him after the show. I suggest this to all adults (of all ages) as an excellent night activity, you can expect to have some good laughs, see amazing dancers and experience night life in Buenos Aires in a different way. I would go weaing pants and closed shoes. Probably not a t-shirt either. They won't allow you to take pictures during the show (just so you know).


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