Cruises in Buenos Aires

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What better way to change up the routine and get away from the stress-filled cement jungle of the city than to hop on a cruise, and what better place to go than the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires. This is the departure and arrival point as well as a stopping point for many cruise lines.

Only ten years ago, seeing these floating giants along the Argentinean coast was a true spectacle. Today, however, it is as normal as seeing a seagull flying along the shoreline. This is because the cruise industry has grown so much in this region in the past few years that each year more and more people board these ocean-bearing resorts in search of adventure, entertainment, and most of all, luxurious comfort. You can find this easily on the cruises from Buenos Aires which offer excellent service and quality.

You’ll appreciate the professionalism of the staff, from the captain to the mariners to the recreational instructors, all to provide you with complete enjoyment and satisfaction during your stay. Cruises are perfect for groups of friends looking for a good time, entire families, or even newlyweds.

Celebrity Cruises - Infinity

Departing from Buenos Aires and arriving after 14 nights to the port of Valparaiso, Chile, the Infinity passes through Montevideo, Punta del Este, Puerto Madryn, Cape Horn, and Ushuaia among others. A room with an ocean view costs $1,949 USD; a more expensive and luxurious option is a suite at $4,699 USD. If you prefer to visit Antarctica, the Infinity travels there as well. This cruise ends in the same city where it begins, Buenos Aires. It passes places like Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands, Elephant Island, Antarctica, Ushuaia, Paradise Bay, Cape Horn, and Montevideo. Ocean view accommodations are $1,699 USD, while the suite is $4,399.

Silverseas Cruises - Silver Cloud

This is a 16 day cruise departing from Buenos Aires and arriving in Santiago (Valparaiso). The vista suite is $6,697 and the verandah suite is $8,397; maximum comfort is guaranteed. You’ll visit Montevideo, Punta del Este, the Strait of Magellan, the Falkland Islands, and Laguna San Rafael, etc. If you want to travel through the warm waters of Brazil, on an 8 day cruise you can arrive in Rio de Janeiro departing from Buenos Aires and passing places like Punta del Este, Rio Grande do Sul, Sao Paulo, and Parati. The vista suite costs $4,238 and the verandah suite costs $5,318 on this luxury cruise. Three days before the cruise departs, you have option of taking a tour to Iguazu Falls or a general city tour of Buenos Aires.

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