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Uruguay

Country: Uruguay

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Uruguay sightseeing tours are an excellent option for combined tours with Brazil or Argentina, the country's closest neighbors. Here are excellent conditions for relaxing on the sea and seaside resorts - in Punta del Diablo, La Paloma, Piriapolis, Cabo Polonio, Rocha resort and many others. There are also white sand beaches around the capital, Montevideo, such as Ramirez Beach or the quieter Buseo.
The most popular resort town of Uruguay is Punta del Este, which attracts travelers with its clean beaches, fine yellowish sand, numerous restaurants, shops, picturesque streets and the opportunity to rent a yacht for boat trips. In addition to a beach holiday, tourists are waiting in the country for fishing, watching sea lions on Lobos Island or bird watching in Cabo Polonio. By the way, in the country you can relax at the thermal hot springs in the upper Rio Uruguay in the city of Salto.
Here you can take not only spa treatments, but also go to the water park, the zoo or take a walk along the ocean beaches. For outdoor recreation, Laguna Negra lake with black ash of peat bogs on the water is best suited, rare birds and mammals live here. Of the cities of Uruguay, the most interesting in terms of tourism are the capital of Montevideo and Colonia del Sacramento.
In it, the entire historical center of the city is an open-air monument and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to architectural structures of the 17th-18th centuries, there are also 8 museums here, and from the observation deck - the city lighthouse offers an excellent view of the entire city. The picturesque town of Piriapolis with the Esplanade promenade and the city hotel in the castle also attracts tourists with its long coastline, restaurants and various shops.

Uruguay holds surprises and treasures that you might want to keep to yourself, too. So let’s see why:

  • The people and culture

    The warmth of the people of Uruguay made a strong impression on me during my first trip there. Six years later, it still does.
    You'll find more basic respect between people here. At the same time, there are fewer social barriers, especially between teenagers and their parents, and young and old. In Uruguay, teachers often hug and kiss their students, doctors can have relaxed conversations with their patients, and co-workers often greet each other with a kiss on the cheek.
  • The beach

    Uruguay is blessed with one looooong unending beach as its sandy coastline extends uninterrupted from the Rio Plata to Brazil. And with the government banning building on the beach itself, this means the beach will remain accessible and enjoyable for everyone despite the new developments popping up like crazy. The unique mix. Where else can you find a South American destination that feels decidedly European, but with the sprawling, big-sky feeling of the American midwest? A big bonus: no American tourists (besides the lone travel blogger)!
  • The antiques

    And by “antiques” I mean that the entire country feels like it’s left over from another era – in the best way possible. Whether you are on the coast a la the Hamptons in the 1960s, in the rustic colonial town of Colonia that seems to be frozen in time, or enjoying the 1890s Parisian-style buildings of Montevideo, Uruguay is full of beauty, charm, and romance. Dream of owning a colonial home? Vintage cars your thing? Uruguay is the place – especially for those for whom restoration isn’t a dirty word but a fantasy. I dream of scouring the villages and countryside for antiques, hardware, and tiling… preferably in a baby blue vintage Fiat 500.
  • It is a sporting country

    If you ever want to enjoy a game of sport, perhaps you should head to Uruguay. It has state of art sporting facilities such as Centenario Stadium, Estadio Gran Parque Central, and Estadio Viera which are mostly used for soccer games. The stadiums come alive with sporting fans everytime there is a game. The carnival mood is always palpable and a visitor to the country will be thoroughly entertained.
  • Country laden with history

    Sample this; the country has been under the influence of the Portuguese, Spanish, Brazil, and Argentina. All these countries left a piece of history worth show casing in any of its many theaters and museums. The most popular theater in Uruguay is Solís Theatre. Other historical attractions include; Casapueblo, Palacio Salvo, Monumento al Ahogado, Juan Manuel Blanes Museum, National Museum of Visual Arts and many more.
  • Uniform weather

    Although the country is located in temperate weather conditions region, its weather is fairly uniform throughout the country and it is on very rare occasions that extreme variances in weather are experienced. In short, it is easy to predict the Uruguayan weather thus making it a good tourist destination.
    Uruguay is a democratic republic that is governed under a president that serves as both her head of state as well as head of government. She is located on the south east corner of South America and is one of the most developed and prosperous country in South America. She is bordered by Argentina to the west, Brazil to the north and east, and Atlantic Ocean to the south and south east. The country is home to 3.3 million people, 1.8 million of whom live in her capital, Montevideo. She is the second smallest country in South America after Suriname at 68,000 square miles. But what makes the country as prosperous and as amazing as it is today? Below are a couple of the amazing things about Uruguay.
  • The Ambiance and the Architecture

    Truly possessing that feeling of being thrown back in time Uruguay, especially immortalized by its capital Montevideo, has wonderful feel that resonates back to an era gone by in the 1900’s. Montevideao across its cityscape has wonderful Parisian looking buildings that leave a lasting residue of beauty, charm, and even romance. Traveling along Uruguay’s stretching coastline too will uncover any number of fantastic rural colonial towns.
  • Food and Drink

    Connecting with some of the other points here eating and drinking in Uruguay are great experiences. With restaurants and bars dotted over its charming city and townscapes with great prices an excellent night out eating and drinking is all but assured. Combine this with wonderful mouth watering steaks, which is a real Uruguayan delicacy, and the recipe is there for a true gastronomic hot spot.
  • It is naturally endowed

    Like all her South American Neighbors, Uruguay is endowed with physical features that leave many a visitor thoroughly awed. Some of the most significant natural endowments include; Negro River, Punta Colorada, Laguna del Sauce, Juncal Island etc.
  • Montevideo

    Uruguay’s capital is situated at the mouth of the Rio de la Plata, which spills into the Atlantic. That location means a few things: beaches, trade and more than a little back-and-forth between Montevideo and Buenos Aires, Argentina, which sits on the opposite bank. Visitors love the cultural mishmash of the city, where you can find cozy tango clubs, top-notch restaurants and shopping galore.
  • Punta del Este

    If you’re a beach bum or a celebrity spotter, you’ll be in luck in this upscale city that stretches along the Atlantic coast. It’s a go-to destination for well-heeled cognoscenti, but even if you can’t afford to stay for long, it’s still well worth dropping in for a taste of the most exclusive resort town in the country.

Cities and sights of Uruguay

There are over 38 large cities and most popular places in Uruguay

Colonia del Sacramento

Montevideo

Punta del Este

Colonia del Sacramento

Montevideo

Punta del Este

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Travel Advice Information

For travellers to Uruguay

- Punta del Este, the luxurious beach town of Uruguay
- Montevideo, a city full of history and culture
- Colonia del Sacramento, a colonial cradle between Argentina and Uruguay

Ada Tours travel agency will be happy to organize your unforgettable vacation in Uruguay, develop group or individual itineraries around the country or in combination with other countries - Brazil and Argentina. You are waiting for tours to the capital of Montevideo with a tour of the best sights: Independence Square, Lechislativo Palace, Palacio Salvo Palace, Solis Theater, Centenario Monastery, Pittamillo Castle, Las Ramblas.

The city has many hotels for different levels of income and comfort, you can even rent an apartment. And the best view is from Fortaleza del Cerro. We will help you choose the best beach hotels for a vacation on the ocean, tell you how and where to try the national Uruguayan cuisine, where to go fishing and where to go for outdoor recreation. We organize spa tours to hot thermal springs, surf tours and city cultural and historical tours, accompanied by a Russian-speaking guide. We will be happy to develop a route of any complexity through the delightful country of Uruguay!

Bespoke travel itineraries and Tours to Uruguay by Tour Operator Ada Tours

The Leasure in Uruguay

Ada Tours travel agency will be happy to organize your unforgettable vacation in Uruguay, develop group or individual itineraries around the country or in combination with other countries - Brazil and Argentina. You are waiting for tours to the capital of Montevideo with a tour of the best sights: Independence Square, Lechislativo Palace, Palacio Salvo Palace, Solis Theater, Centenario Monastery, Pittamillo Castle, Las Ramblas.
The city has many hotels for different levels of income and comfort, you can even rent an apartment. And the best view is from Fortaleza del Cerro. We will help you choose the best beach hotels for a vacation on the ocean, tell you how and where to try the national Uruguayan cuisine, where to go fishing and where to go for outdoor recreation. We organize spa tours to hot thermal springs, surf tours and city cultural and historical tours, accompanied by a Russian-speaking guide. We will be happy to develop a route of any complexity through the delightful country of Uruguay!

Bespoke travel itineraries and Tours to Uruguay by Tour Operator Ada Tours