ITS A BIG CITY
Visited: Feb 02, 2020
Highly recommend the Iguazu Falls excursion. A bit pricey but a highlight of the cruise. Fly 900 miles to Iquazu, bus to the park/falls. Lunch at a buffet followed by a couple miles of walkways around the falls. Spectacular. Breathtaking. Dinner at the park, bus to the airport, flight back to Buenos Aires. Got to the hotel about 11 PM. Fantastic day.
Visited: Feb 15, 2020
Visited: Mar 08, 2019
We had been in the port for several weeks before boarding.
Visited: Feb 03, 2018
To my opinion the port is very hard to the elderly, especially when some carry a tremendous amount of suit cases in and out of the bus.
Visited: Feb 18, 2018
We ended up purchasing a city tour because we were warned about the dangers of the city, did not feel safe going out on our own. The different areas of the city were very interesting, beautiful, and also sad.
Visited: Nov 18, 2019
Docking is in very industrial/commercial port area--cannot walk anywhere, but Cruise Terminal is very new and nice. Excursions included one on a city tour and another was to a Gaucho performance at an estancia--excellent. BBQ, Gauchos, horse riding were outstanding.
Visited: Jan 07, 2018
To big and crazy for us.
Visited: Feb 06, 2020
Excursion was cancelled.
Visited: Jan 05, 2020
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