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Feeling Uruguay - wine tours in Uruguay

Wine tours in Uruguay

Damian of Feeling Uruguay Wine Tours was born and brought up in Mendoza, the heart of Argentinian wine country and the home …

Playa Ramirez by Kumsval

Not just great culture. Montevideo has 10 fine beaches

Montevideo is a charming city, especially if you have spent time in hectic Buenos Aires. It’s calmer, more laid back, and locals …

Punta del Diablo, Playa de los Pescadores by Marc Veraart

Punta del Diablo – where hippie meets hip

Punta del Diablo has become Uruguay’s most popular beach destination after Punta del Este, though the vibe is completely different. Just forty …

Bar Bacacay by Jimmy Baikovicius

Where is the best place to stay in Montevideo?

Where should I stay in Montevideo? I am often asked where is the best place to stay in Montevideo. Of course this …

Whales in Punta del Este by Remco Douma

Whale-watching in eastern Uruguay

You don’t need to hire a boat or go on an expensive trip to watch whales in Uruguay. Between June and November …

The Eagle in Atlantida by Joaquin I

Atlántida – wide sandy beaches 30 miles from Montevideo

Atlántida is a quiet, sleepy resort town, 30 minutes drive from Montevideo. Even at the height of high season, when Atlantida is comparatively busy, …

Tiqui-Tiqui de Bañado

Uruguay’s rivers – video, 3 years in making, captures peace

This amateur video made of footage taken over three years around two rivers – the Cuareim and the Yaguarón – in North and …

Window in Colonia

Colonia, Uruguay’s UNESCO World Heritage site

Colonia del Sacramento was founded by the Portuguese in 1680. The historic quarter (Barrio Histórico) is full of gorgeous old stone houses, …

Where to watch the sunset in Montevideo – and get great fish and chips too

7pm on a summer’s evening. The sun will be going down in under an hour. Where’s the best spot to kick back …

Punta del Este, La Mansa by Gabriel Millos

Should I visit Punta del Este?

Punta del Este, Uruguay, has two long beaches – the Brava and the Mansa – lined with high rises. It’s the centre of …