Tour Guide Buenos Aires Part – I
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A few years ago she settled back in Buenos Aires and driven by
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Uruguay is owner to possibly the most stunning beaches in South America, this country holds charming little towns that reminisce the old days in which people, young and old carry around the traditional Mate everywhere they go.
This laid back tiny yet extremely charming country is home of beautiful grassy pampas, good beef and a emblematic red wine, the Tannat.
Punta del Este
South America’s Saint Tropez is an upscale resort on the southern tip of Uruguay that still manages to keep the feel of a small beach village. This charming town has twenty miles of pristine beaches. Local Urugaian and Argentinean enjoy their summer holidays in trendy “Punta”.
Taste exquisite signature cuisine at the hippest restaurants in Jose Ignacio, and enjoy a glittery night life and great shopping at La Barra!
On the shores of limpid RÃ¬o de la Plata, Carmelo is one of the most emblematic cities in Uruguay.
This small town offers the charming atmosphere of time gone by, where you will find men driving carts pulled by horses around Independence Square.
Colonia del Sacramento
Steeped in history, it was founded in 1680 and was a focus of struggle between the Spanish and the Portuguese over control of the area.
With most houses built in Portuguese style on cobblestoned streets, this historic and gourgeous portion of Colonia is reminiscent of old Lisbon with many art and craft shops.
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