Montevideo, the capital and largest city of Uruguay, is set along the Rio de la Plata, across from Argentina. Thanks to its harbour, the city has one of the most important ports in the American continent.
From the Montevideo Travel Guide
This hostel is well located in the historic part of the city, close to the port. Taxi fom the bus station was about $8. No signage, just find the address and ring the bell! The building is well, old..... but under improvement by the owners, who are very friendly and super helpful. ... more
At Ukelele Hostel you feel like home. Our hosts were quite kind and very helpful with giving guidance to enjoy the city. The place is absolutely beautiful and really peaceful. One of the best hostels I've ever stayed. ... more
RIO DE JANEIRO TO MONTEVIDEO
Hi, I am wanting to travel from Rio to Montevideo atthe beginning of Dec 08. Does anyone know if you can get a bus there? if anyone has any idea how a can purchase a ticket or give me any helpful tips, I would really apprecaite it? ...
Dance Lessons in Montevideo, Uruguay
Hello, I am researching dance instructors in Montevideo, Uruguayfor my client. They are specifically looking for two different dance studios with dance instructors who compete and are in the top six dance competitors in South America (or world-wide) in their field of Salsa, Samba, and Tango ...
Thoughts on Colonia, Montevideo, Etc.
Wanting to spend two nights in Uruguay and coming by ferry from BA in mid-March. If renting a car, where would you spend most of your time and what would you see? Also, have tried to find a booking site for Casapueblo -- any suggestions? Or other choices as to hotels in Montevideo, Punta del Este and Colonia ...