Montevideo is the capital and largest city in terms of population of Uruguay. It is located in the southern part of the country, with coasts on the Río de la Plata, within the homonymous department. Its population reaches approximately half of the total population of the country.? There are walks, outings, places of entertainment and various attractions, such as wide green walks, both within the city and on the outskirts. The Parque Rodó neighborhood, which has a large park of 25 hectares, and the Parque Batlle with several kilometers of extension stand out. The Prado neighborhood also offers wide green spaces and places worth visiting; in the Cerro neighborhood, facing the coast is the Dr. Carlos Vaz Ferreira Park together with the Cerro golf club; In the Santiago Vázquez area on the western border with the department of San José is the Lecocq Zoo and to the south of it the Artigas Park.
In addition, it has important museums among which the Torres García Museum, the José Gurvich Museum, the National Museum of Visual Arts and the Juan Manuel Blanes Museum stand out. Several fairs arouse the interest of visitors: Tristán Narvaja (Sundays), in the central Cordón neighborhood; Villa Biarritz and La Teja (Saturdays and Tuesdays), Parque Rodó (Sundays) Piedras Blancas and Belvedere (also Sundays), where you can find from original works of art to "that" nut that we need for the old clock.?The city Montevideo is the cradle of the Uruguayan tango, candombe and murga, and has various activities related to these musical styles.
Colonia del Sacramento is located on the north bank? Left? from the Río de la Plata, 177 kilometers from Montevideo and off the coast of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Its old town, the historic neighborhood, was declared a World Heritage Site in 1995. Colonia del Sacramento is one of the most important tourist attractions in Uruguay, receiving thousands of visitors during the year. Just one hour from Buenos Aires by boat, and two hours from Montevideo by road, Colonia del Sacramento is a haven where the visitor meets the culture, history and magic of an inescapable destination on the Río de la Plata.
Punta del Este is internationally recognized as one of the main resorts in America and the most exclusive in the region. It is located in the department of Maldonado, just an hour and a half from the country's capital. Luxurious summer residences, high-rise apartment buildings facing the sea,