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Como viajar de Buenos Aires a Montevidéu (ou vice-versa)? Quanto custa essa travessia de barco? Com que frequência saem os navios? Como e onde comprar as passagens? Vale a pena visitar o Uruguai? As respostas para essas perguntas estão neste vídeo. Para mais dicas de viagem e informações, siga o Viajante Independente nas suas redes sociais favoritas: Instagram - http://instagram.com/fabjomontejro Facebook (fan page) - https://www.fb.com/viajanteindependente.oficial Facebook (perfil) - https://www.fb.com/fabjomontejro Twitter - https://twitter.com/FabjoMontejro Blog de Viagem - http://www.viajanteindependente.com *Vídeo: Como viajar de Buenos Aires a Colonia del Sacramento: https://youtu.be/jiGBiy-S2GU *Vídeo: Conheça Colonia del Sacramento: https://youtu.be/M8TyXVD12e4 *Playlist "Turi...
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Passei 3 dias em Montevideo, minha primeira cidade visitada na América do Sul fora do Brasil. Vloggeira amadora filmei muito pouco por isso entrem no blog para mais detalhes da viagem. Mais detalhes no post: http://goo.gl/w21IIv Blog: http:// www.certocaminho.blogspot.com Contato: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/UmCertoCaminho Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/karinamig Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/karinamig
http://www.sightseer.tv/buenos-aires/getting-around Uruguay is just across the Rio de la Plata from Buenos Aires and well worth a visit. Many people visit Uruguay to enjoy its beautiful coastline, as well as it's cities and towns like Montevideo and Colonia del Sacramento. So how do you get to Montevideo, Uruguay from Buenos Aires, Argentina? Here's how: One of the most popular ways is by Ferry. Buquebus is one of the main ferry operators between Argentina and Uruguay. The company operates daily crossings from Buenos Aires to both Montevideo and Colonia del Sacramento on the Uruguayan side. Buquebus also offers bus services to other places along the Uruguayan coast. These include coastal towns like Punta del Este, Piriapolis and La Padrera. The main Buquebus ferry terminal in Buenos Aires...
La Selección Colombia partió este viernes desde el sitio de concentración hacia el aeropuerto de Barranquilla para viajar a Montevideo, donde enfrentará a la selección de Uruguay por la segunda fecha de las Eliminatorias a Rusia 2018.
Olá pessoal! Essa é a parte 02 de nossa viagem ao Uruguai! Nesse vídeo mostramos para vocês nosso tour em Punta del Este, com passagem pela cidade de Piriapolis e na Casapueblo. Também mostramos um pouquinho da cidade de Montevideo! Se você não assistiu a parte 01 assista aqui: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cQJYscqir4 Curta o vídeo e se inscreva no canal! Para saber mais sobre nós acesse: http://www.viajarparaviver.com/ Nos acompanhe em nossas redes sociais: * facebook - https://www.facebook.com/viajarparaviver * instagram - https://instagram.com/viajarparaviver * twitter - https://twitter.com/viajarparaviver Email - email@example.com Música da vinheta: Spring in my step - Silent Partner - Youtube Audio Library. Obrigado por assistir!
http://www.expedia.com/Buenos-Aires.d178242.Destination-Travel-Guides Named for good sailing winds, Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina, and home to nearly a quarter of the country’s two million residents. Come for the stunning European architecture, and stay for delicious cuts of meat, the city’s zest for soccer, and, of course, the tango. “The Paris of South America” boasts outstanding shopping and a friendly populace. A tour of Buenos Aires should cut through La Boca Harbor, where you’ll find numerous street vendors, restaurants, and street dancers willing to give you a spin. Wander down the streets to take in colorful artwork, and make a game out of asking the locals what neighborhood you should tour next. Here’s a hint: with so much to see, everyone will give you a different a...
When it comes to world class cities in South America few can compete or even compare to Buenos Aires, Argentina. Buenos Aires features pulsating nightlife, distinct neighborhoods (barrios), European architecture and fine dining options. Having a month in the city allowed us to really discover what the city has to offer from its parrillas (steaks), tango, shopping & parks. In this top attractions travel guide to Buenos Aires we cover neighborhoods such as San Telmo, Recoleta, Palermo and La Boca. We eat Buenos Aires food such as empanadas, pizza, asado, milanesa and alfajores. The following is a complete guide from 1-50 including specific timings for each item. Watch it all or skip ahead to an item of interest. GEAR Olympus OM-D E-M5 II: http://amzn.to/1OchS7t Canon G7X: http://amzn.to/1Yd...
This is a video I have made in order to share my tips as well as some information about the main attractions of Buenos Aires, the Capital City of Argentina. Here one can find information about food, culture, history and the Dos and Don´ts while travelling to one of the world's most exciting destinations! Please make sure to follow me in social media. All songs used here were either composed by me (I'm a singer/songwriter), downloaded from Copyright Free Sites or purchased from online music services! All songs are listed bellow! 1-Yesterday's Tango by Yanis S. Souza bought from premiumbeat http://www.premiumbeat.com/royalty_free_music/songs/yesterday-s-tango 2-Whatever Whatever Lounge ReMix by Rodrigo Moratto ( that's me! Yes I'm a singer) written by Rodrigo Moratto/Dima Dahaba 3-Budz In ...
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Travel video about destination Buenos Aires in Argentina. Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, is said to be the most European city in South America with buildings that are reminiscent of bygone times, with melancholy, romance and Latin flair is a part of daily life as well as a passion for steak, tango and football! The mighty Plaza de Mayo is the historic heart of the city and the pink façade of the Casa Rosada shines brightly, the Presidential palace from where Domingo Perón and his wife, Evita, once waved to their loyal subjects. The La Boca district is the old harbor area and lies at the mouth of the Riachuelo in the Rio de la Plata. The bright colors of the painted buildings are a joy to see and where today, dances are performed on every street corner. Everywhere traders have erec...
The Ins and Outs of traveling to Buenos Aires, Argentina with Andrea Feczko and Rachel Rudwall Watch more @How2Travelers videos! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=andreafeczko Capital of Argentina, and home to steak, tango, and Evita, Buenos Aires is an exciting city with lots to do. But, is it worth the trip? -Tango Dancing and Nightlife -Argentine meals: steaks, meats, Malbec wine, empanadas, and more -Argentine couture -Casa Rosada, La Boca, Palermo, Recoleta Cemetery -Evita Peron -El Ateneo Bookstore -San Telmo Market -Club Eros, La Cabrera Follow How 2 Travelers on Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/How2Travelers http://www.twitter.com/RachelRoams http://www.twitter.com/AndreaFeczko Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/How2Travelers http://www.facebook.c...
The nonstop generation of new restaurants and arts spaces is a testament to the endless creativity of Buenos Aires, a city that never loses its charm. Grab the embed code for this video at Times Video: http://nyti.ms/1j8M98j Produced by: FRITZIE ANDRADE, FARHOD FAMILY, DUY LINH TU and SARAH BRADY VOLL Read the story here: http://nyti.ms/1Q84wF5 Subscribe to the Times Video newsletter for free and get a handpicked selection of the best videos from The New York Times every week: http://bit.ly/timesvideonewsletter Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n Watch more videos at: http://nytimes.com/video --------------------------------------------------------------- Want more from The New York Times? Twitter: https://twitter.com/nytvideo Instagram: http://instagram.com/nytvideo...
Etiquette Tips, Buenos Aires - Argentina Travel Guide Eating in the streets not advisable and other etiquette tips for Buenos Aires. What are some of the local customs in Buenos Aires? Take a look! Kissing on the cheek is common, even when meeting someone for the first time. This goes for men as well. Do not be surprised to find Argentines standing close to you while having a conversation. Female visitors should not be surprised to get compliments on the street as it is very common and often harmless. Even though Argentines are super friendly, they like to meet in bars or cafes if they are the host. Argentines like to dress up. When headed out, be sure to dress smartly. Eating on the street, is not considered polite. Argentines start their evening later. Nine or later if you are going ...
Argentina is one of the jewels in the Latin American crown. A vast country stretching 3,500 kilometres from the Bolivian border in the north to Ushuaia and the gateway to Antarctica in the south, it is a place that offers some of the most impressive natural wonders anywhere on earth. It has a world-class tourist infrastructure, with arguably the best cuisine on the continent, and it is safe. But its not just that that makes a trip to Argentina feel so special. The country simply has a redoubtable spirit unlike any other in the region, and nowhere is that more evident than in its lively capital, Buenos Aires. If Argentina is one of the jewels in the Latin American crown, so the cosmopolitan Buenos Aires is one of the standout cities of the continent. Many gateway cities are just that, and...
http://www.expedia.com/Buenos-Aires.d178242.Destination-Travel-Guides Buenos Aires combines European architecture with a Latin passion for soccer, juicy cuts of meat, and of course, the tango! Buenos Aires was established as a trading port in the 16th century and soon became one of the richest countries in the world. Since then the city's fortunes have faded, but its splendor remains. The melancholy of the city's fading riches resonates in the sweeping lament of the tango. Enjoy lunch in the harbor of La Boca, where this famous dance originates. Explore "El Caminito", the city's most famous walkway, then tour La Bombonera, once the home ground of soccer legend Diego Maradona. Browse the colonial buildings of San Telmo and enjoy the sea breezes at the redeveloped Puerto Madero. Don't ...
In November, 2007, I traveled to South America where I visited Argentina and Chile. Watch as I go to Buenos Aires' massive San Telmo Fair, hit the city's nightlife, and fly over the Andes into Chile where I explore the capital, Santiago, and the Maipo Valley wine region.
Argentina, the last country in my 6 months long trip to South America, we have finally come to an end. Argentina is one of the biggest country in South America and it would take more than a month to see them all. This is what a month of traveling looks like in Argentina. Buenos Aires was a great vibrant city! Bariloche is definitely the Switzerland of Argentina! Patagonia? Love everything about it, especially El Chalten and seeing Fitz Roy has always been my life goals. Ushuaia is cold but beautiful. To think that I was so near to Antarctica, and yet only 5000 USD away from going there. Maybe next time! Last but not least Iguazu Falls. There's waterfalls and then there's Iguazu Falls. Damn, this place blows my mind. I thought I have seen enough waterfalls in my life time but Iguazu was s...
During my trip to South America in November, 2007, my first stop was in Argentina. In this video I visit the hip, young neighborhood of Soho Palermo, explore amazing Recolata Cemetary (where Eva Peron is buried), and stroll along Florida Avenue, the hub of Buenos Aires.
In part two I check out the famed Buenos Aires nightlife, visit the giant San Telmo Fair where tens of thousands of people converge every Sunday, and travel out of the city and through the Pampas to the small gaucho town of San Antonio de Areco.
Fall in love with the TANGO in Buenos Aires. Let Narrative Tango Tours be your guide. Get to know our full list of tango services/packages and who we are on our website (www.narrativetangotours.com), connect on Facebook (facebook.com/NarrativeTangoTours), and follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/narrativetango) to stay fully up to date on all things tango in Buenos Aires and around the world.
Hello Buenos aires! Spent the day roaming the Cementerio de la Recoleta (Evita), the bohemian streets of San Telmo, the tango in La Boca, and the Obelisco at City Center. Rooftop yoga, a beautiful morning in Buenos aires. Iguazu Falls- there are no words to describe the beauty and power of this natural wonder. And, how we laughed as our boat took us under the falls to get completely drenched! Patagonia: Best dinner in El Calafate. The owner of this tiny, intimate restaurant served us huge portions of osso buco, rosemary tinted risotto, delicious mushroom pasta, Lamb stew, fresh picked butter lettuce and tomato salad, and opulent Pinot Noir.Hiking with crampons on the Perito Moreno Glacier today in Patagonia. We scooped water into our mouths that had filled a crevasse. And later finishe...
“Travel is nothing without coming home and telling stories. You know the stories, the kind that are horrible at the time, but hilarious when you look back on them. We managed to gather a few on this voyage to South America, but like they say, whatever doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger. Although, I think the stress nearly killed our good friend and guide Diego Casal, or at the very least, decreased his life span significantly. I should say now, the only reason we came out alive is because of him. He took on the near impossible task of being our tour guide for a month. I don’t think even he knew how hard it was going to be. Nevertheless Diego was driver, translator, historian and counsellor for us, and he did a damn good job. Like every good tour, it came together on a whim. Self-pr...
Left JFK at 10PM on Friday. Arrived at Buenos Aires at 10:30AM on Saturday -temp is about 75-80 degrees - no wind. Took an hour to connect with the driver and guide (we called him Mr. Green Pants as his pants were lime green) when we arrived who then took us to the domestic airport – about one hour away. Flight to El Calafate left at 3:30, arrived at 6:30PM - temperature is about a balmy 70 degrees. A driver met us and took us 150 miles (2 1/2 hrs.) to Don Los Cerros del Chalten hotel at El Chalten - arrived at 9:45PM -temperature about 50 degrees with a stiff 20-25 MPH wind. Washed, had quick dinner with complimentary wine at the hotel. Turned in at 11PM – a long 24 hours of travel.
All of Buenos Aires in one contemporary minute