Travel Blogs from Salto, Uruguay

Sort by Newest Best first

V is for Victory, Parque Nacional El Palmar, Argentina travel blog

V is for Victory

A travel blog entry by nigelball

This is a top pick!
4

... and I hate schoolchildren, I'd never become a teacher, to be honest, who would, you'd have to be crazy. My plan for the next day was to cross into Uruguay, stay there the night and then get the bus to Montevideo, the capital, to meet my relative ...

Off the Beaten Track of Uruguay, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Off the Beaten Track of Uruguay

A travel blog entry by jeffsadventures

This is a top pick!
10

... looking at old factory photos, tin cans, and ancient refridgeration components in the museum.   My next destination was the city of Salto in the north.  After a quick look around downtown, I found the statue of the dead guy on a horse in ...

So called hot springs!, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

So called hot springs!

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

This is a top pick!

Yesterday was primarily spent on a bus, travelling from Montevideo to Salto for 6 hours. We have stopped in Salto for two main reasons... as a transit to the Iguassu falls and to rest before our 12 hour overnight bus. The hot springs, spa and body ...

Salto, Uruguay, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Salto, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by kimberlysarna

This is a top pick!

It was a long night for all of us, so the timing for entering the city of natural hot springs was perfect. We dropped our bags, grabbed our suits and headed to the 'spa'. Every single one of us indulged in the options. Personally, I had access to all ...

A couple of days in the north, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

A couple of days in the north

A travel blog entry by danielaccg

2

... stamps in a building that proclaimed it was the nautical museum of salto. the absolutely empty room proclaimed otherwise. the 10 minute boat trip across the rio uruguay to concordia, argentina is recommended over the 1.5 hour bus trip to ...

asdf, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

asdf

A travel blog entry by southwickchris

asdf ...

Hot Weather and Hot Water, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Hot Weather and Hot Water

A travel blog entry by dave-mcgowan

1

Greetings from our 4th country, Uruguay! We arrived yesterday, and to our dismay found Salto's only hostel closed. Permanently. Undeterred, we headed to the nearby supermarket for lunch and a think. The results of this involved me asking the price of ...

Salto, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Salto

A travel blog entry by askalicia.com

10

Another border crossing, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Another border crossing

A travel blog entry by tristan_g

33

The end of Uruguay, or why couchsurfing can suck, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

The end of Uruguay, or why couchsurfing can suck

A travel blog entry by loganandkatie

... , and I´m not too upset about that.       At this point I would normally make some comment about Uruguay.  I mean, I did cross the border back into Argentina the very next day, but, I honestly don´t feel like I stayed in ...

Arriving in Uraguay, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Arriving in Uraguay

A travel blog entry by shadow13

... so we hopped down to the port, saw some nice customs people, jumped on a boat, crossed the river and ended up in salto, uraguay.  hanging out at bus station as bus into central uraguay to place called Tacuarembo is not until 3am friday morning.  ...

Should be called sleepy, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Should be called sleepy

A travel blog entry by kmtour09

Hola, Salto is a small town in the north of Uruguay, it should really be called Sleepy!!! We only have one night here as there´s only one thing to do here and that´s visit the water park.  The hotel was quite nice and we had a really big room, ...

Lazy days in Uruguay, Punta del Diablo, Mercedes, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Lazy days in Uruguay

A travel blog entry by bron_and_eli

25

... great country Small, it took a week Much to Bronwen's delight we decided to spend another week in Uruguay. We enjoyed a glorious 3 days in Punta del Diablo, a tiny tranquil beach town on the east coast ...

Salto Urgaugy the family, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Salto Urgaugy the family

A travel blog entry by sol

we took the coach from motivideo to salto which took 5hours but I must say that the coaches are fantastic they are better than the planes we have in australia the seats lay back to a bed and they serve meals drinks and snacks when the coach stopped at ...

Salto, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Salto

A travel blog entry by jamesburford

Leaving Montevideo on the long journey north to Brazil we stopped for a day in the small town of SaltoSalto is a small town even smaller than Colonia but is well established on the map by the hot springs that are located there.  Our coach ...

A bit of normality, Salto and Mercedes, Uruguay travel blog

A bit of normality

A travel blog entry by kevinwalls

6

... here with crazy thunder and lightning. You'd think the thunder was actually in the room here it's so loud. Here is Salto in Uruguay. I just arrived today and it's quieter than Ballymena on a Sunday afternoon. I did a little fishing yesterday with a ...

A day of pampering in Salto, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

A day of pampering in Salto

A travel blog entry by samira_steve

9

The last stop in Uruguay was the town of Salto, famous for its thermal baths and massages. But these baths are not natural and in fact couldn´t be any more man made if they tried! But considering how they go on about them, I thought I should give it a ...

Northern Uruguay, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Northern Uruguay

A travel blog entry by candcthai

3

... to hijack one!  Kindly he sorts out a cab for us and suggests that we get the cab directly across the Uruguay border into Salto instead which is what we do. The border crossing is remarkably quick and our taxi drops us off in the bus ...

Blue Collar Town, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Blue Collar Town

A travel blog entry by the_chad

6

Another small town, this time accross the border into Uraguay! Not much to do here so when we arrived we head over to the local "water park" where we could enjoy the whole of the four slides! Away from the coast and in the middle of no where, there ...

Sleepy Salto, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Sleepy Salto

A travel blog entry by mcgoniglejp

We arrived in Salto after a 6 hour bus journey from Montevideo.  It was plainly obvious that the only attractions of the town were the water parks and the thermal spa.  So that is exactly what we spent two days doing.   Nothing ...

World Trip, Part Doce - Uruguay, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

World Trip, Part Doce - Uruguay

A travel blog entry by dudeonthemove

8

... hostal in the downpour. I teetered on my next move, but the following day, I took my longest death bus ride yet to Salto - home of Uruguay's hot springs. Salto isn't much of anything special, except super nice people, of course, but an afternoon and ...

Massage and hot springs in Salto, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Massage and hot springs in Salto

A travel blog entry by yfjell

2

... up paying 30 arg. pesos for each car, but should have been around 20 I believe. But all in all, smooth over the border to Uruguay with a new taxi. For the price of pesos 27,50 per person. The others left for Montevideo, I decided to stay one night in ...

Thermal Pools!, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Thermal Pools!

A travel blog entry by teamjamesnshell

Just a quick stopover here in transit and to check out the thermal springs, not much to report really, we chilled out for the day. The hot springs were very commercial but very nicely set out with plenty of parklands and pools everywhere full of bloody ...

Thermal baths, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Thermal baths

A travel blog entry by riege

... 50.-). Even cheaper was dinner, only CHF 9.- for Canelloni, coke and red wine "Tannat". Fruehmorgens sind wir in Uruguay angekommen und gluecklicherweise konnten wir direct Fruehstuecken gehen. Da die Nacht zuvor ziemlich kurz gewesen war und fuer einige ...

Ghost Town, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Ghost Town

A travel blog entry by jessi330

6

... , no no and stopped a block away. We got out and ran with another group of people to the mall.   Rain when we first got to Salto, rain when we leave Salto. Two ice cream cones later, and we go on our 6.5 hour bus to Montevideo. We got back at 11:40pm ...

Thermal Tranquility, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Thermal Tranquility

A travel blog entry by jmwaters

2

... ; Feeling nice and relaxed we headed back to Salto for some lunch and to catch our bus to Colonia del Sacramento. Now, Salto may be the second largest city in Uruguay but after mid-day it is a bit of a ghost-town, and there are very few places to eat, ...

Thermal Baths in Salto, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Thermal Baths in Salto

A travel blog entry by sophie_ish

8

... !  Managed to get a few photos from the bus, not great but the best we could manage. Day 16 - Quick border crossing into Salto early in the morning and checked into our Hotel. Walked across to the nearby Thermal Spa for a day of relaxation in the hot ...

Spontaneous Travel Plans - heading up North, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Spontaneous Travel Plans - heading up North

A travel blog entry by jessi330

We have thought about going to Salto, Uruguay's second city and then while up North six hours, why not cross over to Argentina - Concordia and then go up 12 hours North to Iguazu falls? While we're at it, why don't we leave in 1.5 hours?  Let's get ...

Salto, UY, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Salto, UY

A travel blog entry by jessi330

5

... find out companies and times. Trescruces.com.uy    Well, we took a 6 hour bus from Montevideo, UY to Salto, UY.  Salto is Uruguay's second city of 100,000 people.  It felt much smaller.  The bus terminal was connected to the only ...

Salto, Salto, Uruguay travel blog

Salto

A travel blog entry by bgibson

We relaxed in style and comfort at the Dayman Hot Springs near Salto. They were really nice. They have a bunch of pools that are diffent tempuratures, and all the water is naturally heated and pumped direct. Definitely a good ...

Sort by Newest Best first