Montevideo seen from Kibon towards the Pocitos play
If you plan a visit to the southern cone, you cannot miss the opportunity to know Montevideo, a unique experience with a thousand ways to live it. Endowed with an infrastructure at the height of the great South American capitals, this small and quiet city, home of MERCOSUR, offers you countless surprises on each tour, with its French-style architecture, its numerous tree-lined squares and the wonderful waterfront promenade on the Río de la Plata, which surrounds the city with a necklace of beautiful beaches.
Any time of the year is perfect to discover the capital of Uruguay and its beauties, since it has an unbeatable hotel infrastructure where you can find accommodations for all tastes and budgets, mainly located in the historic center, downtown and residential neighborhoods, although The city has accommodations in all neighborhoods.
Traditional candombe costumes - Carnival Museum
You will not have a minute to get bored in Montevideo, because it has a large cultural agenda with shows and festivals of music, dance, cinema and theater of recognized prestige. The entertainment does not stop at the "Tacita del Plata", because at night, its hectic nightlife offers you a wide range of bars, restaurants and discos of international level, where you can enjoy a delicious dinner or relaxing drinks, to finish the night dancing all the rhythms of the world in the numerous discos of the historic center or residential neighborhoods.
Montevideo is a multifaceted city that invites you to walk its streets and unravel its virtues. You can live the experience of returning to the past in the Old City, where the architecture testifies to a past of glory and splendor, with narrow streets populated by old buildings, old residences of wealthy families and small intimate squares, true jewels of urban planning.
Independence Square, Monument to José Artigas and Palacio Salvo