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Best things to do in Montevideo

Flea Market
“This is one of the most amazing parks in the city, it's truly incredible how the Uruguayan culture values their public spaces and make the most of them. Make sure to visit on a day you have good weather, and sit by the Rambla with the locals at sunset. Here you will find statues, fountains, wandering walkways, a pond with boats to rent, cafes and plenty of space to sit on the grass in the sun. ”
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Opera House
“The oldest theater in Uruguay and the entire western hemisphere. Located in the old town of Montevideo, near the Independence Square. Built according to the design of the Italian architect Carlo Zucchi in the neoclassical style and officially opened on August 25, 1856. The side wings of the building were completed in 1874 under the direction of the French architect Victor Rabu. The theater is named after the Spanish discoverer Juan Diaz de Solis. This is the history of the country.”
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Neighborhood
“Ciudad Vieja (Old City) is the tourism center of the city and for good reason it's beautiful! It won't take you very long though one day is enough. Walk down Sarandi street starting at the Puerta de la Ciudadela (entrance to Ciudad Vieja). From there you will pass may courtyards, restaurants, cafes, gift shops, and art galleries. Make sure to look up, the architecture is stunning in that part of the city. ”
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Gastronomiebereich
“Although very touristic its quite the experience if you are a meat lover! This market is located at the end of Ciudad Vieja and was built in an old train station. The theme of this market is Uruguayan Parilla (BBQ). Go here if you want an Anthony Bourdain (amazing food journalist) moment.”
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Stadium
“Historical Museum and football matches almost every weekend. A great place to go if you love football”
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Markt
“Built inside a refurbished train station the building space is quite beautiful. This market has plenty of tourist shops, a food court, and other curated food stalls. If you have a rainy day and need something to do its a nice place to visit. ”
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Einkaufszentrum
“ Street full of entertainment. Movie Cinema, McDonalds, Freddos Ice Cream, Suchi, Clothing stores, Household goods.”
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Establishment
“The biggest shopping mall in the city. Lots of movie theaters, stores, restaurants, etc.”
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Konzerthalle
“Shows musicales, ballet, opera y mas. ------------ Musical shows, ballet, opera and more”
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Route
“One of the main square sof the city, in the milit between the Old Town and Donwtown districts.”
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Establishment
“Open every day except for Monday, the National Museo is a FREE gallery located in Parque Rodo. They always have an interesting exhibit of local work and foreign art. If you are in the area it's worth a visit. ”
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Premise
“The Palacio Legislativo is absolutely stunning both the outside and inside. The offer tours Monday to Friday in English, Spanish and Portuguese. The tour costs: U$S 3,00 (dólares americanos) o $ 90 (pesos uruguayos) For further tour details follow the link below: https://parlamento.gub.uy/sobreelparlamento/palacio/visitas”
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Flea Market
“Tristán Narvaja street market is a traditional street market that takes place every Sunday in Montevideo. In the middle of Cordón neighbourhood, Tristán Narvaja street stretches from 18 de Julio Avenue through La Paz street. Great selection of Antiques. ”
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Kunstmuseum
“Uruguay is a creative hub and there are art galleries absolutely everywhere. Make sure to visit the Garcia and Gurvich museum while in the old city. ”
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Musik-Location
“During February and up until mid-March, Uruguay celebrates the longest Carnival on Earth. Every single day in more than 20 locations, local groups go up the stage to do their show. This is the theater where bands perform to get a price at the end of Carnaval. It starts at 7 PM. You need to go to an Abitab to buy a regular. This costs around 10-12 USD, depending on the location you want. This is the most authentic thing an Uruguayan can do during the summer. ”
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Book Store
“You would never expect the beautiful and peaceful oasis inside when just walking past Escaramuza. Both a book store, social space, cafe and restaurant it is an absolute must to go by even if just for a coffee. ”
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