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From Minas, the city of Montevideo can be found 70 miles to the southwest.
The little ones are certain to love an excursion to Parque Salto del Penitente.
Stretch out those tired legs and go for a leisurely walk by the water. Jose Ignacio Beach, 45 miles to the southeast, and Bikini Beach, 40 miles to the southeast, are two great choices.
Spend a day relaxing amid the wonders of this region's natural attractions. A couple of nearby locations are Salto del Penitente (7 miles away) and Cerro Pan de Azúcar (30 miles away).
Villa Serrana and El Eden are just two of the many other places worth checking out while you're in the area. They're 13 miles and 19 miles away, respectively.
You should experience Las Flores. It's about 30 miles south of Minas and it boasts some fantastic attractions, such as Pan de Azucar Nature Reserve and Zoo, Castle Piria and Cerro del Toro. Piriapolis Beach and San Antonio Hill are also definitely worth stopping at.
Don't miss the opportunity to take your taste buds on a tour of this region's favorite food and drinks.
Ensure that you look out for the more common regional ingredients, like milk and fish.
Don't head home before trying out chivito (sandwich) and empanada (small pie).
Those who always seem to find some space for dessert might like to try ensaimadas (catalan sweet bread).
Learning some of the language is the most effective way to bridge the cultural divide, so take the time to learn to say a handful of common Spanish expressions and greetings before you arrive. ¿Cuánto cuesta? is the Spanish way of saying how much is this. Good afternoon is another good one to have in your bag of tricks, so try getting your mouth around Buenas tardes.
You'll have a great time at Independence Day, a national day of festivities which takes place on the 25th of August.
When it's nearly time to depart, say one final "Hasta la vista" to Minas, and be confident that all the Uruguayan pesos you spent are nothing compared to the times you had.
The nearest airport is Carrasco International Airport, and it is approximately 60 miles to the southwest.