Some people talk about piers, waterfronts or the coastline. In Montevideo, all these sites are referred to as promenades. There are so many and they are so beautiful that missing them is like missing a visit to the city.
We toured around the Old City and we saw the origins of Montevideo. A walk into the past in which the political and economic center of the country can be seen.
Uruguay has a tradition practiced by all its citizens: drinking mate. This article is addressed to all those who wish to learn about the history of yerbas, bombillas and plenty of caldera.
The Carnival Museum is opposite the port of Montevideo. It is an interesting way of understanding the feeling of this festival that managed to join different cultures.
At the heart of Old Montevideo tourists can enjoy a dinner theater with an important display of music and choreography of candombe, tango, milonga and folk music.
In the middle of Independence Square is the mausoleum of General Jose Artigas. Inside, the most important events of the Father of the Uruguayan nation are remembered.
Las Llamadas (the Calls) are the largest popular celebrations in Uruguay. Every year in February, Montevideo is ornamented for candombe and comparsas to take hold of the neighborhoods of Sur and Palermo.
This dish is the pride of the Uruguayan people, not only in the country but all round the world. We give you: the Uruguayan chivito.