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Hostels in Montevideo

Hostels in Montevideo

Montevideo has amusing, colored and cool hostels. If you are looking for Hostels in Montevideo, here you may find the most popular places and his characteristics in order that you can choose the place that suits you. Variety of Hostels in Montevideo El viajero (The Traveler): It is Hostels’...
Yenny´s Bookstore

Yenny´s Bookstore

The Yenny´s Bookstore belongs to the ILHSA group, who has placed himself as the leader of book selling in Argentina, granting a great deal of backup and seriousness. It has an internet site: Www.tematika.com, where you can look in an extensive data base, not only books, but of movies, music and...
Foods of Uruguay

Foods of Uruguay

A part of a country´s culture and tradition can be known through its gourmet cuisine, Uruguay is not the exception, because their foods origin are as varied as the foreigners that settled down on this land.  Uruguay has a personal and unique identity, because even when the Mediterranean culinary...

Events

The Figari Museum

The Figari Museum

The Figari Museum is located in Juan Carlos Gómez street 1427, in the Old City of Montevideo. It is an institution destined to the diffusion of different works that come from state-owned and acquired collections for the sake of forming a cultural wealth, as it is the case of works that come from...
Zorrilla de San Martin´s Museum

Zorrilla de San Martin´s Museum

The Zorrilla de San Martin´s Museum is a space in the zone of Punta Carretas, in Montevideo, that works in the former summer house of the Uruguayan writer Zorrilla de San Martin. This great man was called the Country Poet, since he has written the poem "Tabaré" epic of the Uruguayan...
Circular theater

Circular theater

From the hand of the theater director Eduardo Malet was born the idea of creating a theatrical group that would work in the decade of the 40 in the subsoil of the Atheneum of Montevideo.  Malet was inspired on the system of circular stage, originating in Italy and put in scene in Dallas, Texas....

Things to Do

Taranco´s Palace

Taranco´s Palace

The Taranco´s Palace is an ancient building located in the Old City of Montevideo, that hosts the Museum of Decorative Arts at present. This house belonged to the Taranco´s family, and it was constructed in the first days of Montevideo. It is in an ample corner in the 376, 25 de Mayo Street,...

Artigas´s Mausoleum

The General Artigas's Mausoleum is an underground space at the Independence square of Montevideo, in front of the Salvo´s Palace and the Citadel Door. It is a place devoted to the preservation of the remains of General Artigas, illustrious citizen of the Uruguay. It is one of the most important...
Gomensoro Square

Gomensoro Square

The Tomás Gomensoro square is one of the most beautiful squares close to the Boulevard of Montevideo, precisely on the Boulevard Peru. This square has like one of its attractions an excellent sight to the sea, since it is right in front of the Pocitos Beach.  It is a very well taken care...

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Restaurant

Es Mercat

Es Mercat

This site is located in the middle of the Montevideo´s old quarter, a block away from the legendary Port Market. It is a restaurant bar gourmet, specialized in exquisite fishes, seafood dishes, pastas and red meats. Some of the dishes that you will find there are: Bondiola to the Beer with...
Bar FunFun

Bar FunFun

Fun Fun is a typical bar of Montevideo and one of the most fascinating places of the Old Quarter. It is a symbol of Ciudad Vieja, and preserves vestiges of the montevidean history. This bar was founded in 1895 by Augusto López at the Central Market, and since that date offers famous drinks, like...

La Cuadra

In the city of Montevideo, in the Pocitos neighborhood, with plenty of stores and good restaurants, it is located La Cuadra, property of the football player Sebastián Eguren and the chef of the Uruguayan selection Aldo Cauteruccio. This restaurant has a large menu, with lots of different dishes...