Portal oficial de turismo de Montevideo

Walks and Parks

  • Santiago Vázquez +

    Santiago Vázquez, with its 3,800 inhabitants, is the last village in Montevideo. It is located at 22 km from the Read More
  • Independence Square +

    Montevideo as a fortified town became an open city when the fortifications of the colonial times were pulled down after Read More
  • Montevideo’s Hill (El Cerro) +

    The Cerro de Montevideo, a 135-meter high hill, holds on its top the Fortaleza General Artigas, a military fort whose Read More
  • Villa Biarritz Open Air Market. +

    This typical street market, located in the Punta Carretas area, can be visited on Tuesdays and Saturdays, from early in Read More
  • The Prado +

    El Prado area has been traditionally associated with the rich cattle aristocracy of the XIX century. Starting in the 1860s, Read More
  • La Rambla +

    Montevideo beaches lie on the River Plate, along a 30-kilometer coastline called -La Rambla, one of the most attractive and Read More
  • Matriz Square +

    The Matriz square was the first public open space in old Montevideo. It was surrounded by the Cabildo and the Read More
  • Vaz Ferreira Park +

    The park, named after the renowned Uruguayan writer and philosopher Carlos Vaz Ferreira, is a green area ideal for leisure. Read More
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