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Things to see in Uruguay

Uruguay Attractions


Travellers visit Uruguay to rough it with cowboys, explore culturally rich cities, and unwind on the continent's most exclusive beaches. They're rarely disappointed with the attractions on offer.

Visitors can sample the gaucho (cowboy) lifestyle at the country's estancias (ranch-houses), and ride green plains in time-honoured fashion. On the cultural side, Montevideo's old town, Ciudad Vieja, offers a taste of Uruguay's historical architecture. Travellers who relish this sort of experience and want more should venture to Colonia del Sacramento, where they'll enjoy a generous helping of old-world charm. Located just outside Montevideo, the city is an excellent day-trip option.

Visitors should also try the country's beef, which is among the world's best. The coastal resort town of Punta del Este is a must for anyone seeking luxury, sun-filled action. By contrast, Punta del Diablo is home to Uruguay's backpacker beach scene.



Ciudad Vieja

Montevideo's ancient city is a vibrant, fascinating district of old buildings and cobbled streets. Weekends see dancers…

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Colonia del Sacramento

The historic town of Colonia del Sacramento is a must-see. Situated on the River Plate, it is the country's oldest settlement…

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Estadio Centenario

Built between 1929 and 1930, the Estadio Centenario commemorates the centenary of Uruguay's first constitution. It also…

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Mercado del Puerto (Port Market)

Set under a vast, wrought-iron structure reminiscent of old European railway stations, Montevideo's port market is a…

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National History Museum

For those interested in Montevideo's past, the Museo Historico Nacional is a good place to begin. Located in the Old…

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Intrepid Travel is one of the world's leading suppliers of small group adventures focused on getting off the beaten track and having real life experiences in Uruguay.


 

Things to see in Uruguay

Uruguay Attractions


Travellers visit Uruguay to rough it with cowboys, explore culturally rich cities, and unwind on the continent's most exclusive beaches. They're rarely disappointed with the attractions on offer.

Visitors can sample the gaucho (cowboy) lifestyle at the country's estancias (ranch-houses), and ride green plains in time-honoured fashion. On the cultural side, Montevideo's old town, Ciudad Vieja, offers a taste of Uruguay's historical architecture. Travellers who relish this sort of experience and want more should venture to Colonia del Sacramento, where they'll enjoy a generous helping of old-world charm. Located just outside Montevideo, the city is an excellent day-trip option.

Visitors should also try the country's beef, which is among the world's best. The coastal resort town of Punta del Este is a must for anyone seeking luxury, sun-filled action. By contrast, Punta del Diablo is home to Uruguay's backpacker beach scene.



Ciudad Vieja

Montevideo's ancient city is a vibrant, fascinating district of old buildings and cobbled streets. Weekends see dancers…

read more


Colonia del Sacramento

The historic town of Colonia del Sacramento is a must-see. Situated on the River Plate, it is the country's oldest settlement…

read more


Estadio Centenario

Built between 1929 and 1930, the Estadio Centenario commemorates the centenary of Uruguay's first constitution. It also…

read more


Mercado del Puerto (Port Market)

Set under a vast, wrought-iron structure reminiscent of old European railway stations, Montevideo's port market is a…

read more


National History Museum

For those interested in Montevideo's past, the Museo Historico Nacional is a good place to begin. Located in the Old…

read more