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I came to Colonia via ferry from Buenos Aires thinking that is a good idea to spend few hours in Barrio Historico. It was not a mistake, I enjoyed my walking and I wanted to stay longer. There is nice colonial architecture, but whole place...More
Colonia del Sacramento is OLD. And one of the main attractions is the Barrio Historico (the old quarter. Cobble stone streets dating back to colonial times. The old buildings and homes have been beautifully refurbished into fine restaurants and bars. And also into guesthouses. It's...More
The town is nice, but there’s really not a lot to do. It seemed like a bit of a retirement village to me.
There’s a few shops to check out, some decent restaurants and some nice buildings, but after an afternoon of exploring, you’ll be...More
I went to Colonia with a not very good weather, it was cloudy and cold, but anyhow it worth because the city is quite charming and calm. The historic district you can visit on foot or with some rented electric cars in one day.
If you want to relax this is the perfect place (so if you're looking for adventure you'll get bored there). It's a small city with a small touristic center, so 1 day there is enough to explore the city. There are many restaurants options. If...More
I bought the English walking tour through the ferry company Buquebus. I did not GET the English walking tour, however, since they didn't have anyone available to provide it in English! So buyer beware. Fortunately, my... More
I bought the English walking tour through the ferry company Buquebus. I did not GET the English walking tour, however, since they didn't have anyone available to provide it in English! So buyer beware. Fortunately, my Spanish is adequate enough I was able to get something out of it nonetheless, but just know that buying the English touring doesn't necessarily mean you'll get it.