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Analysis of Buenos Aires - Montevideo travel costs by ferry
Montevideo to Buenos Aires ferry prices

How much does the ferry cost from Buenos Aires to Montevideo?

Most people choosing to travel by ferry from Buenos Aires to get to Uruguay. There are a number of different ways to travel …

Boy watches ferry arrive in Montevideo

What is the best way to travel from Buenos Aires to Montevideo?

You can travel from Argentina to Uruguay and vice versa by plane, ferry, bus and road. Here we help you decide the best …

View of the city centre from the rambla. Courtesy: Cassio Luiselli

How to get to Montevideo from the airport

Montevideo’s Carrasco International Airport is 15 miles (apx 25 km) from the centre of Montevideo, a 30-40 minute cab ride into town, …

Montevideo street with buses and old truck

Getting around Montevideo like a local

… and not like a tourist. This interactive map loads really fast. Use it to travel by bus or on foot 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, …


Getting around: buses, taxis and walking

Everyone uses buses in Uruguay. A ticket costs just under a dollar and services are frequent. Taxis are also reasonably priced and …

Bridge between Punta del Este and La Barra

Travelling around Uruguay by bus: What you need to know

Uruguay has comfortable, frequent, reasonably-priced long-distance bus services and a centralised website collecting all the buses in and out of Montevideo makes it …