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Buenos Aires is often referred to as "The Paris of South America," but it's so much more than that. The city features characteristics of great global cities like Paris, Vienna, Rome, Barcelona, ...
AWHW
02/16
Good but beware of rogue taxi drivers on disembarkation Read more
dotsbobbi
01/16
Fine...typical "canned" bus tour. Read more
dotsbobbi
01/16
Fine...typical "canned" bus tour. Read more
dotsbobbi
01/16
Fine...typical "canned" bus tour. Read more
Kincade
01/16
An interesting time floating down the Tigre Delta. We got a feel for the area. Saw some pretty scenery and ... Read more
LisArtist
01/16
Day One - we opted for the local hop-on/hop-off bus. The fleet is antiquated, most of the earphone jacks ... Read more
Franksua
01/16
Buenos Aires had a lot to offer, we had a ball. Read more
bigbobb
01/16
Walked out and took cab around; Cruiseline wanted $75 per person; We did it ourselves for around $30 per ... Read more
orchards
12/15
Arranged own transfer to local airport for flight to Iguazo Falls and then city tour/transfer to ... Read more
keeneye
12/15
We saw the city on our own. Stayed at Mine hotel in Palermo, which was very helpful in seeing the sights. Read more
GottaKnowWhen
05/15
We spent 2.5 days before and 1.5 days after the cruise in BA. Large cosmopolitan city, interesting parks and ... Read more
rjwaxman
03/15
We had previously visited he city and toured extensively. What we needed was some place to store our luggage ... Read more
sparklerod
02/15
We only arrived at this port in enough time for the boat to sail to the next port due to lack of ... Read more
TxnAquarian
01/15
Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan, exciting city. It is very walkable and that's how we did it. We walked to ... Read more
Iowa cruiser
12/14
I have mixed feelings about Buenos Aires, but most Argentines do too.  It can be a challenging but ... Read more
Gimena B
04/14
We took a city tour so take one! Buenos Aires is what is called 'a European City' in South America. It is all ... Read more
allanah
03/14
We disembarked and visited Buenos Aires for a week. A great city with much to see and do. We rented an ... Read more
boulders
01/14
We were in Buenos Aires for 2 nights. Some passengers got on and some got off. There was no noticeable ... Read more
wel2t
04/13
Great culture, tours, restaurants and sights. Read more
j91
04/13
On the first day we stayed on the boat into the evening took the night tour to the Tango Show offered. The ... Read more
joni1495k
04/13
Lovely city. Took a city tour and visited Cathedrals, churches, and cemetaries as well as given time to shop ... Read more
cruiserchad
03/13
Despite warnings, there were no issues about the Falklands. The lounge was fine, with shops and food outlets ... Read more
RorySten
03/13
This is great city that has been in decline for twenty years and is showing it now. See a Tango show, and ... Read more
BaileyMountain23
03/13
Very nice city but muggers abound. Read more
savysailor55
03/13
Wonderful European type city, likened to Paris. We used services of a local concierge to get around using a ... Read more
 
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