Colonia de Sacremento

Colonia de Sacremento, Uruguay

Travel Blogs from Colonia de Sacremento

Colonia de Sacremento Travel Blogs (5)
Colonia - Our last Unesco World Heritage Site, Colonia de Sacremento, Uruguay travel blog

Colonia - Our last Unesco World Heritage Site

A travel blog entry by candcthai

42

We leave Montevideo on yet another cramped and sweaty bus for the UNESCO World Heritage City of Colonia del Sacremento which is just across the River Plate from Buenos Aires.  This is a beautiful town with a lot of well preserved colonial ...

So much fun with the name of this country., Colonia de Sacremento, Uruguay travel blog

So much fun with the name of this country.

A travel blog entry by danstravelworld

5

We took a ferry from BA to Colonia, a few hours away. And we slept most of the way. Not a lot else to do really. It was dead comfy though. On arrival in this tiny leafy little town, we noticed the tranquility of it all straight away - the slow place ...

Day-tripper, Colonia de Sacremento, Uruguay travel blog

Day-tripper

A travel blog entry by benihnio

... , I love days like that, I´m just popping over to another country for a few hours, will be back later. Colonia (de Sacremento) is a quiet little town full of cobbled streets and colonial history, initially a Portuguese settlement, and at the time a very ...

Colonia de Sacremento, Colonia de Sacremento, Uruguay travel blog

Colonia de Sacremento

A travel blog entry by barrowmw

We took a ferry over to Colonia, Uruguay, which is a cute, small town with cobblestone streets. Our hotel had a roof deck, where we watched a couple of sunsets over the water. The first day, we rented scooters to go to a couple of beaches in the town. ...