Uruguay's capital may not reveal its charms straight away. However, spend a few days in the city sipping mate, rummaging around flea markets and walking the coastline, and you might just love it here. Click the pin to find out more.

awesome things to do in montevideo

Uruguay's capital may not reveal its charms straight away. However, spend a few days in the city sipping mate, rummaging around flea markets and walking the coastline, and you might just love it here. Click the pin to find out more.

Montevideo Uruguays capital, Montevideo, is a great walking city. Along the 300-year-old cobblestone streets of the Old City, visitors soak in the colonial vibe among palm trees and colorful buildings with carved-wood doors and railed balconies. (Sasha Vasilyuk)

Uruguay: Coastal reveries, away from it all

Montevideo Uruguays capital, Montevideo, is a great walking city. Along the 300-year-old cobblestone streets of the Old City, visitors soak in the colonial vibe among palm trees and colorful buildings with carved-wood doors and railed balconies. (Sasha Vasilyuk)

Discover the best things to do in Montevideo, Uruguay's capital city.

5 Things to do in Montevideo, Uruguay

Uruguay: capital Montevideo: 2nd smallest nation in South America by area; located within a temperate zone; relatively mild and fairly uniform nationwide; seasonal variations are pronounced, but extremes in temperature are rare; high humidity and fog are common; no mountains

Uruguay: capital Montevideo: 2nd smallest nation in South America by area; located within a temperate zone; relatively mild and fairly uniform nationwide; seasonal variations are pronounced, but extremes in temperature are rare; high humidity and fog are common; no mountains

Country: Uruguay / Capital: Montevideo

Country: Uruguay / Capital: Montevideo

Visit Uruguay from Argentina Buenos Aires (capital of Argentina) and Montevideo (Uruguay Capital), are very close but separated by the immense Rio de la Plata, the widest river in the world. For most travelers, the entry point to the Rio de la Plata is the Ezeiza airport in Buenos Aires. Few airlines connecting Montevideo with the rest of the world, therefore, most travelers must pass through Buenos Aires. Ferry is the preferred way to go from #BuenosAires to #Montevideo. Read more in…

Visit Uruguay from Argentina Buenos Aires (capital of Argentina) and Montevideo (Uruguay Capital), are very close but separated by the immense Rio de la Plata, the widest river in the world. For most travelers, the entry point to the Rio de la Plata is the Ezeiza airport in Buenos Aires. Few airlines connecting Montevideo with the rest of the world, therefore, most travelers must pass through Buenos Aires. Ferry is the preferred way to go from #BuenosAires to #Montevideo. Read more in…

Una capital barata, bella y llena de contrastes: así es vivir en Montevideo -  Turismo - Los Andes Diario

Una capital barata, bella y llena de contrastes: así es vivir en Montevideo - Turismo - Los Andes Diario

Uruguay's capital may not reveal its charms straight away. However, spend a few days in the city sipping mate, rummaging around flea markets and walking the coastline, and you might just love it here. Click the pin to find out more.

awesome things to do in montevideo

Uruguay's capital may not reveal its charms straight away. However, spend a few days in the city sipping mate, rummaging around flea markets and walking the coastline, and you might just love it here. Click the pin to find out more.

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