Situated on the east bank of the Rio de la Plata which separates Uruguay from Argentina, Montevideo is the hub of commerce, education and tourism in the small, but dynamic country of Uruguay. The streets are lined with European style coffee houses, and the city is famous for its outdoor markets and mouth watering barbeque. The Ciudad Vieja area, where most of Montevideo's travelers gather to enjoy the city's oldest architecture, museums, art galleries, nightclubs, and the café's and restaurants and shops of the Mercado del Puerto.
There are also colorful neighborhoods, flea markets, the central Plaza Independencia, and the scenic Ramblaa, a waterside roadway for biking, fishing, drinking mate, and enjoying 13.6 miles of great views along Montevideo's lovely waterfront.
Accommodations in Montevideo include lavish international chains as well as local boutiques, and our flexible itineraries and help you link any of Uruguay's most exciting destinations as well as its neighbors in Argentina, Brazil and the rest of Latin America.