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Uruguay - One week, two week itineraries

"Uruguay is a country of incredible food and their empanadas rank high with me!"dontstopliving.net
"Uruguay is a liberal nation with a sordid history and progressive laws."albomadventures.com
"Uruguay is one of the top 5 wine producers in South America."nomadicboys.com
"Uruguay is one of the top places to be for retired same-sex couples."globetrottergirls.com
"Uruguay is one of the top 5 wine producers in South America with the Tannat grape being the most famous."nomadicboys.com
"Uruguay is one of the most progressive countries in the world and certainly the most in Latin America."nomadicboys.com

Uruguay location

South America

Located

Land borders

Argentina

Brazil

Uruguay at a glance

Peso (UYU)

Currency

Spanish

Language

Average (3 of 5)

Level of costs

None (3 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Very safe (77 / 100)

Safety index

Modern (81 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

This itinerary brings you through Uruguay and it is a roundtrip from Sao Paulo. Most popular part is Montevideo (see itineraries).
Often you can take a bath. That is possible at
Montevideo, Cabo Polonio and Punta del Este (Punta del Este in detail). Do you like museums? Then you will enjoy Montevideo. The climate is warm. These flight connections are taken during this route: Sao Paulo - Montevideo (see itineraries) and Punta del Este (Punta del Este in detail) - Sao Paulo (more about Sao Paulo). During your travel you have to speak Spanish. English should be enough for communication everywhere.
The itinerary starts in Argentina in South America. After that the itinerary proceeds Uruguay.
it is possible to go to many nature. Often you can take a bath. If you love to visit museums you will be happy at
Buenos Aires (plan Buenos Aires itineraries) and Montevideo (Montevideo itineraries). Do you like nightlife? Then you will enjoy Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires itineraries) and Montevideo (Montevideo itineraries). The climate is warm. Safe countries are chosen. As a Brazil citizen you use electronic with power sockets of the type C/N. For the journey you need: I. During your travel you have to speak Spanish but english should be enough for communication everywhere. There are two flight connections. These are Sao Paulo (plan Sao Paulo itineraries) - Buenos Aires (plan Buenos Aires itineraries) and Punta del Este - Sao Paulo (plan Sao Paulo itineraries).
At Argentina (see itineraries) (South America) the itinerary will begin. Uruguay are the next countries.
it is possible to go to many nature. You can take a bath in
Buenos Aires, Montevideo and Punta del Este. You find a lot of museums, theaters and galleries at Buenos Aires (visit Buenos Aires itineraries) and Montevideo. Safe countries are chosen. Many cities are warm in December. These flight connections are taken during this route: Santos - Buenos Aires (see itineraries) and Punta del Este - Santos. As a Brazil citizen you use electronic with power sockets of the type C/N. For the journey you need: I. You can pay with Peso everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Spanish. English should be enough for communication everywhere.
At Argentina (South America) the itinerary will begin. Uruguay are the next countries. Most popular parts are Buenos Aires (more about Buenos Aires) and Montevideo.
Often you can take a bath. That is possible at
Buenos Aires, Montevideo and Punta del Este (plan Punta del Este itineraries). Safe countries are chosen. Many cities are warm in December. These flight connections are taken during this route: Santos - Buenos Aires and Punta del Este (plan Punta del Este itineraries) - Santos. As a Brazil citizen you use electronic with power sockets of the type C/N. For the journey you need: I. You can pay with Peso everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Spanish. English should be enough for communication everywhere.
The itinerary starts in South America, more precisely Argentina. Uruguay are the next countries. Most popular parts are Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires itineraries) and Montevideo.
The itinerary visits mainly very big cities. It is possible to go to many nature. Often you can take a bath. That is possible at
Buenos Aires, Montevideo and Punta del Este. You find the nightlife at Buenos Aires and Montevideo. Because of the countries , it will be an expensive trip. Many cities are warm in December. Safe countries are chosen. As a Tunisia citizen you must get the valid visa before for Argentina and Uruguay. During your travel you have to speak Spanish but english should be enough for communication everywhere. You can pay w
At Uruguay (South America) you will begin your route. Most popular part is Montevideo.
you can take a bath in
Montevideo, Colonia del Sacramento, Punta del Este (Punta del Este itineraries) and Cabo Polonio. Do you like museums? Then you will enjoy Montevideo. If you love to make party you will be happy at Montevideo (visit Montevideo itineraries). Many cities are warm in December. You can pay with Peso everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Spanish but english should be enough for communication everywhere.

Things to do

As an interesting nation in South America, a trip to Uruguay should be something all travelers and backpackers to Latin America aspire to. Did you know Uruguay is the only country in Latin America which is situated entirely outside of the tropics? With over half of its people living in the capital, Montevideo, its ...

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Best Things to do in Uruguay

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Our intention was to disembark from a cargo ship with our camper van Uruguay just doesn’t get the same coverage as its giant neighbours. It doesn’t have the dramatic landscapes of the high Andes, the hanging glaciers of Patagonia But Brazilians and Argentinians have long since flocked to Uruguay for vacations.

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So you’re planning that family trip to Uruguay and are looking for some off-the-beaten-path destinations. By clicking on this article, you’ve come to the right place. Uruguay is home to some of the most stunning sites in South America, and we plan on showing you the rarest and best of them all.

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. along the Atlantic coast of Uruguay. Then wrap up warm in winter to spot Southern Right Whales breaching off the coast. The most popular beaches include Cabo Polonio ...

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Eat & drink

Rich meats, buttery pastries, and refreshing salads all await in this sun-kissed country. And being so close to Argentina (more about Argentina) means meat-lovers are in for a treat. ...

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After we finished, we started heading back to San Telmo and ate in a local place. Here, we had our first Asadoaccompanied by a nice salad and great red ...

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One last bite at Cafe Tortoni

What food to try in El Calafate?

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Worth to visit

That’s why if you are looking to come to Uruguay, I recommend that you lookout for the following reasons to do so: ...

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General

Cargo ship travel isn’t a common mode of transport for getting around the world these days, not for passengers at least. I don’t mean sailing on a car ferry from Marseille to Tunisia for 36 hours either. Clearing immigration in a sparse office in the middle of Antwerp’s massive cargo port, a short, chubby, less than ...

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The artefacts and story telling in the museum results in an emotional visit. It did for us. ...

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Useful information for your visit

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Travelling in Uruguay gives you the opportunity to get involved in a wide range of activities. City breaks, cultural highlights, hiking, surfing and beach activities are all within easy reach of Montevideo. ...

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Itinerary

East of Montevideo, the Atlantic coast plays host to lagoons, sandy beaches, marshes and lakes. The people are gentle and warm, the beef melts in the mouth and the waves are wild. In summer, tourists flock to the beaches to bask in glorious sunshine, surf in the ocean and dine at giant, sizzling barbecues.

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Uruguay travel itinerary: exploring the beaches

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As the smallest country listed on my South America itinerary Uruguay is often overshadowed by its much larger neighbors – Argentina and Brazil (Brazil itineraries). With places such as Colonia and the capital city of Montevideo (more about Montevideo), you have many opportunities to explore the unique life of the ...

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Uruguay is perfect for a road trip, even for beginners because the driving conditions are so good. Here’s a couple of road trip routes to get you exploring areas of Uruguay outside of the typical tourist attractions of Montevideo ...

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Costs

Spanish is both countries’ official language, and any knowledge of it will make your experience more worthwhile. A lot of people also speak English, but if you want to engage with them, Spanish is the language they feel most comfortable with speaking. ...

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Uruguay is the least religious country in South America, with 47% of the population identified as irreligious. ...

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Accommodation

You can walk pretty much everywhere in the city or use the regular public transport to get further afield. ...

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Accommodation in Uruguay is varied. From chic city hotels of Montevideo to the most stunning wild camping locations, Uruguay caters to every need. ...

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Uruguay hotels and hostels

Other accommodation in Uruguay

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Nestled between Brazil (see itineraries) and Argentina along the Atlantic coast, Uruguay is much smaller than its neighbouring countries. Boasting a population of fewer than 3.5 million residents, Uruguay has a population density of only 19 people per sq km. In comparison, the USA is at 35 per sq km, while Singapore’s population ...

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Are you looking for the best places to stay in Montevideo, Uruguay? Here’s a list of the top hotels in Montevideo (visit Montevideo itineraries) so the only thing you have to worry about is finding the right one for your travel style and budget. Are you looking for the best places to stay in Montevideo (see itineraries), Uruguay? Here’s a list of the top hotels in ...

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