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paweber

Travel to Uruguary - Need Advice

by paweber »

It depends on your interests but with only 10 days I'd spend no more than two days in Montevideo before heading out elsewhere. Punta del Este is the well known and popular beach resort destination on the Atlantic Ocean in Uruguay. Colonia de Sacramento on the Rio Plata is a very pleasant town to visit and easy to reach by bus from Montevideo. From Colonia de Sacramento you can easily take a high speed passenger ferry across the river to Buenos Aires. From Buenos Aires you might consider spending three days on a side trip to fly to Igauzu to visit the waterfalls on the Argentine/Brazil border.

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RE: Travel to Uruguary - Need Advice

by /bio/jlmclane »

We are thinking of traveling to Uruguay next year and are beginning our research.  I have traveled internationally to Europe but never to South America.  Would like to get some opinions on Montevideo and other places in Uruguay in addition to other countries to visit.  We have 10 (on the ground) to visit.  Thanks.

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RE: Travel to Uruguary - Need Advice

by /bio/nikitapatel6739 »

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kasi222

RE: Travel to Uruguary - Need Advice

by kasi222 »

Travel to Uruguary i have no idea because this place is not in my hit list thats why i gnore it but in nexy year plan i will adjust the Uruguary and that time i see this place..

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RE: Travel to Uruguary - Need Advice

by /bio/landed »

 

Montevideo is one of the most relaxed cities we've ever explored. Known for its beautiful parks, urban beaches, world class futbal, andWhile Montevideo is a fine place to spend some time in Uruguay, our favorite desination is Jose Ignacio.

Highlights include the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Cabildo, the Solís Theater and the Torres García Museum. La Rambla, Montevideo’s multi-mile waterfront promenade, stretches from downtown to the trendy eastern beaches of Pocitos, Buceo, and Carrasco. Visitors can rent bicycles, windsurf, or join in a friendly game of beach volleyball.

With that said, no visit to Uruguay would be complete without considering a visit to Jose Ignacio—a tiny fishing village fast becoming one of Latin America's most popular beach desinations.

 

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RE: Travel to Uruguary - Need Advice

by /bio/relytheborg »

If somebody wants to go to Uruary he needs to be careful. Sadly, but truth.

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