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The Guru’Guay Guide to Montevideo

Not your typical Lonely Planet. This guidebook has soul & passion.” – reader on Amazon The Guru’Guay Guide to Montevideo is the first insider’s travel …

Maroñas horse racing track, Montevideo, Uruguay by Jimmy Baikovicius

Uruguay’s Kentucky Derby – January 6

The UK has the Grand National, the US, the Kentucky Derby. Montevideo’s big horse-racing event is the Ramírez Prize raced every January …

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Gay Montevideo

Uruguay is the most gay friendly country in South America and 9th friendliest in the world according to the Spartacus International Gay …

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What’s on tonight in Montevideo?

Did you know that in Uruguay you can see world-class musicians right up close in a tiny bar for under ten dollars …

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

7 secrets to having the best time in Montevideo

Some insider tips to getting the most out of your time in Montevideo. Walk Montevideo’s 25 kilometres of unbroken promenade by the …

Carnival character

The Guru plans – 4 days and nights in Montevideo for you

A lot of people ask me “how long should I stay in Montevideo?” Well, Montevideo has it all – sun, sand, progressive …

Get THE architecture guide to Montevideo

Montevideo has stunning architecture. I always tell people to take a walk along the main avenue, 18 de julio – not for …

Gaucho by Vince Alongi

The Gaucho Museum

The Gaucho Museum and the Museo de la Moneda –the Mint Museum- share an ornate “palace” on Montevideo’s central avenue. The extravagant French and …

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 …

"Gay" signage in Montevideo main high street by Rabble

Uruguay – most gay friendly country in South America

In late 2014, Montevideo launched its first gay-friendly advertising campaign, two years after Uruguay became the third country in the Americas to legalise …