Chile & Argentina

7 January - 21 January 2018

Duration

14 Nights

Journey Type

Cruise only (Please call for flight options)

Ports

10 Ports

7 January

Setting sail from Valparaíso

Characterful, colourful and a little chaotic, the port city of Valparaíso enjoys a somewhat awkward setting, scattered across 45 vertiginous hills. Thanks to this difficult topography the city streets are punctuated by steep staircases and funicular elevators, and energetic explorers will be rewarded with wonderful views of the pastel hued buildings that hug the slopes. Valparaíso's most famous former resident was the great Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, and you can visit one of his former residences, La Sebastiana, which now houses a small museum.

Don't miss

Although there are museums and some great architecture, what you really mustn’t miss is the vibe of this quirky and characterful town, so take the time to soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the views.

8 January

At sea

9 January

Chile: Puerto Montt

10 January

Chile: Chilean Fjords

11 January

At sea

12 January

Chile: Punta Arenas

13 January

Argentina: Ushuaia

14 January

Chile: Cape Horn

15 January

At sea

16 January

Argentina: Puerto Madryn

17 January

At sea

18 January

Uruguay: Punta del Este

19 January

Uruguay: Montevideo

20-21 January

Arriving in Buenos Aires

The streets of Buenos Aires are redolent of a grand old European capital, lined with elegant architecture that wouldn't look out of place in Madrid or Paris. There is also plenty of Latin passion on display: Argentina is the home of tango, that most electrifying of dances, and the central Plaza de Mayo has played host to countless revolutions and rallies over the years. Food is an important part of life here, and carnivores shouldn't pass up the opportunity to try the world's finest beef at one of the many steakhouses, known as parrillas. Other attractions include the beautiful Recoleta cemetery, the grand Teatro Colón and the colourful, arty district of La Boca.

Our tip

Plan to stay longer than you think you’ll need; the city offers plenty and the breathtaking Iguazu Falls can be reached by a short flight.

The Ship

Your home from home

Celebrity Millennium Class
Celebrity Millennium Class Martini Bar
Celebrity Millennium Class Solarium

Celebrity’s midsize Millennium Class ships offer a huge array of facilities ideal for those who are looking for plenty of variety onboard.

What we love

The Millennium class offer an extraordinary range of entertainment and dining on each of the unique ships. With something for everybody, we think they're great for families.

Capacity Celebrity Summit & Millennium 2,158 Guests, Celebrity Infinity & Constellation 2,170
Crew 1,000 International Staff
Style The modern décor lends itself to a comfortable, relaxed and informal atmosphere with a touch of luxury in the evenings.
Inclusions
  • Meals in selected venues
  • Children's Clubs
  • Most onboard entertainment
  • Unlimited use of the Fitness Centre
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Tailor-make your trip

Ways to make it better
Hotel Palacio Astoreca, Valparaíso

Where to stay in Valparaíso

The 23 room Palacio Astoreca comprises two buildings, including a completely restored national monument.

Viña del Mar, Chile

Around Valparaíso

For contrast, visit clean and orderly Viña del Mar just up the coast.

Alvear Art Hotel, Buenos Aires

Where to stay in Buenos Aires

Just steps away from the elegant Santa Fe Avenue and famous Florida Street, we love the Alvear Art Hotel.

Recoleta Cemetery, Buenos Aires

Explore Buenos Aires

Take a private city tour to see all the highlights including the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Cabildo, colourful La Boca, the Colon Theatre and the Recoleta cemetery, resting place of Evita.

Get in touch & let us tailor-make your perfect cruise holiday

Call us on 020 7399 7670 or visit us at our comfortable offices just off London's Regent Street.

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