Get away to Ciudad Vieja! Enjoy the history, museums, and architecture.
Head to sights like Plaza Zabala and Montevideo Cathedral as you discover Ciudad Vieja—an area also notable for its historic sites.
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Famed for its architecture and acoustics, this theater is a fantastic place to watch ballet, comedy, theater and opera performances.
Admire the neoclassical architecture and elegant interior of this historic cathedral and then spot the tombs of famous Uruguayan dignitaries.
Step inside this impressive 19th-century marketplace to experience the sights, sounds and smells of traditional Uruguayan steakhouses.
Visit the location of the first soccer World Cup, spot historic soccer memorabilia and artefacts or attend concerts by well-known international artists.
Admire a tower building that combines an eclectic mix of architectural styles and then enjoy spectacular city views from an observation deck.
Legislative Palace is just one of the places to see in Montevideo, so why not enjoy the other things to explore during your travels? Stroll along the beautiful beaches or visit the shops in the area.
Cruise the streets of Montevideo on a convenient of a hop-on hop-off bus that hits all the city's vibrant neighborhoods, can't-miss attractions, and historic landmarks. With unlimited rides through the duration of your pass and frequent departures throughout the day, its the ideal way to explore the Uruguayan capitol.
We invite you to visit this ancient Palace in the city of Montevideo, built at the end of the 19th century by the french architect Charles Louis Girault, author of the Petit Palais of Paris.
We invite you to know the city of Montevideo in the iconic Tourist Bus, this proposal with a duration of 24 hours allows you to know all the points of tourist and historical interest. With the possibility of Hop On - Hop Off in all the stops of the circuit you will be able to know the city in all its extension.
This guided tour along the line of the walls of colonial Montevideo, starting from the vaults on the Rambla 25 August to the Cubo del Sur, aims to make the city known in a different way with stories, music and observation of heritage remains, guided by specialists and accompanied by characters from the colonial past.
The tour of the Tourist Bus lasts for two hours, departing from El Mercado del Puerto and arriving at the same place. The route consists of 11 stops distributed in different points of thecity with a carefully selected route to enjoy buildings, streets and monuments that enrich the cultureof the city.
The promenade, the access balcony to more than 30 kilometers of coastline, is one of the main attributes of Montevideo and an unmissable promenade for its inhabitants who usually resort to it to take mate and make extensive walks.
Centro is noteworthy for its shopping, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Salvo Palace and Cagancha Square.
While visiting Aguada, you might make a stop by sights like Legislative Palace and Mercado Agricola de Montevideo.
While visiting Cordón, you might make a stop by sights like National Library of Uruguay and Contemporary Art Space.
You'll enjoy the beaches and restaurants in Parque Rodó. You might want to make time for a stop at National Museum of Visual Arts or Ramirez Beach.
Beaches, casinos, and shopping are some highlights of Carrasco. Make a stop by Sofitel Montevideo Casino or Carrasco Beach while you're exploring.