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Tour Montevideo on a bike

Why is Montevideo one of the most perfect cities to get to know on a bicycle? Maybe because of the rambla – …

Mansion in El Prado neighborhood, Montevideo by Guru'Guay

Montevideo’s Prado neighbourhood

Though El Prado is just a 15 minute taxi ride from the centre of Montevideo, the leafy neighbourhood was established in the …

It’s Gaucho week in Montevideo

It’s Gaucho week in Montevideo

Traditional food, handmade goods, and South American cowboys riding wild horses at a festival of rural gaucho traditions in Uruguay, raves The …

Full Sailing Centre, Montevideo

Sailing lessons, boat & windsurf rental in Montevideo

Full Sailing is Montevideo’s only sailing centre to offer classes and boat rentals to anyone – with or without experience, and without a …

This wonderful photo by Juan Pablo Colasso is called "Home cinema" and was taken at a beach in the east of Uruguay

Saving your sanity on a rainy day in Montevideo. Go to the movies

One of the best thing about being an English speaker in Uruguay is that the films shown in cinemas aren’t dubbed. Maybe …

Gusano Loco

Parque Rodó – Montevideo’s oldest park, ’50s fairground and Sunday drumming

A helter skelter was the first fairground ride to appear on the banks of the River Plate 125 years ago. It wasn’t …

The story of the Andes crash survivors is one of the great human survival stories of the Twentieth Century.

The Andes 1972 Museum – one of the great human survival stories of the 20th century

On Friday, October 13, 1972, a Uruguayan Fairchild 227 airplane carrying a rugby team of young men on board crashed in the …

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 …