Day 1 - Buenos Aires
Passengers will be welcome by a local guide at the port. The walk will start into the old historic district of Colonia del Sacramento, which was founded by the
Portuguese in 1680. The tour will cover important landmarks such as the City Gates, the Street of Sighs, the Main Square, the San Francisco Church ruins -
which are the oldest ruins in the country - the Lighthouse, Governor’s House, Sacramento Basilica and other main points of interest.
The program will give tourists a first hand impression of this captivating place that was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1995
Day 2 - Montevideo
This tour will allow you to enjoy Montevideo’s monuments, parks and gardens. The main points of interest are, the Old City, Constitution Square, the Cathedral and Colonial Town Hall, Solis Theatre, Independence Square, among others. The tour drive continues to Batlle & Ordoñez Park, passing by the Obelisk, La Carreta (Covered Wagon) monument and the Soccer Stadium. Heading East, the drive will take you to the residential area of Carrasco, returning along the coast and the city beaches.
Day 3 - Montevideo
Day at leisure
Day 4 - Punta del Este
After breakfast, you will be picked up from your lobby hotel and the tour will start by driving through the city's residential districts as it takes you to the magnificent beach areas of Playa Mansa and Playa Brava. It will then drive through the tree-lined residential districts of San Rafael, Cantegril and BeverlyHills, where you will be able to appreciate some of the beautiful mansions and well-tended private gardens. The tour will finish with a short visit to Punta
Ballena for a panoramic view of the coast including Casapueblo, the Moroccan style atelier and home of renowned Uruguayan Artist Carlos Páez Vilaró (entrance fee not included).
Day 5 - Punta del Este
Day at leisure and transfer out