1 Day In The Buenos Aires Cruise Port: Highlights Of The City

1 Day In The Buenos Aires Cruise Port: Highlights Of The City

Spending even 1 day in the Buenos Aires cruise port offers an unforgettable glimpse into the heart of Argentina and was the best way to start what was an epic month-long cruise for us.

The hop-on hop-off bus tour efficiently explores key highlights like Plaza de Mayo and Recoleta Cemetery, offering a surface-level view of Buenos Aires’ rich cultural heritage.

For those with more time, a food tour reveals Argentina’s culinary delights, from hearty sandwiches at Café Paulin to the sweet pastries of London City. These experiences, bustling markets, and historical landmarks offer a rich tapestry of Buenos Aires’ vibrant life.

1 Day In Iguazu Falls: Best Way to See the Argentina & Brazil Side

1 Day In Iguazu Falls: Best Way to See the Argentina & Brazil Side

There are many ways to visit Iguazu Falls, including group tours, self-guided tours, and private tours. If walking isn’t for you, the Rainforest Ecological Train, a narrow-gauge railway, takes you through the park all the way up to the famous Devil’s Throat Fall (la Garganta del Diablo). You could also arrange a helicopter ride to fly over the falls or set up a jungle safari.

How Long is Too Long For A Cruise?

How Long is Too Long For A Cruise?

Honestly, we’ve been considering a “world cruise”; it’s been sitting on our bucket list, waiting for the right time. We just returned from a 32-day South American cruise from Buenos Aires to Los Angeles. Since this was our 27th cruise, you can safely say we like to cruise as a way of travel. However, this cruise also led us to take a world cruise off our bucket list. Here’s how we weighed the pros and cons …

Is Food Free On A Cruise? Here Is The Best Guide

Is Food Free On A Cruise? Here Is The Best Guide

If you’re like me, food is one of the most exciting aspects of a cruise vacation. I didn’t name my site Travel Eat Cook for nothing! The thought of indulging in delicious meals while sailing the open seas is enough to make any foodie’s heart skip a beat.

So, is food free on a cruise? The short answer is yes. The good news is that your basic fare includes food on all major cruise lines. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and most snacks you may want to eat in between are free and included in your fare.