Armon Suites

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

21 de Septiembre 2885, Montevideo, 11300, Uruguay
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 12% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Montevideo - Aeroporto to City Center

by Pedro_Laia

Hi there.
What buses can i get from the airport to the city center (Plaza Independenzia, Av. 9 Julio)? Where to get? Costs and scheudle? (i'll arrive around 21.00).
Thanks in advance

Re: Montevideo - Aeroporto to City Center

by akken

Just ask any locals (except the aggtressive airport taxi shills) where the bus stop is once you exit the terminal building. Any of the Cutcsa 700 series (i.e., 701, 02, 05) buses will take you to the Río Branco bus terminal on the Rambla norte, not a wonderful introduction to Montevideo. The best ticket to ask for when boarding the Cutcsa is the "boleto metropolitano," $29 (pesos uruguayos), which you can use to transfer to city buses along Avenida Italia or outside Tres Cruces long-distance bus terminal. Just look for any buses that say either "Ciudad Vieja" or "Pza Independencia." With a 2100 arrival you should be at the bus stop a little before 2200. At that hour the whole trip into MVD, including the change of buses, should take at most 50 minutes.
Enjoy Montevideo.

Re: Montevideo - Aeroporto to City Center

by rafscab


Just outside the airport main entrance is the bus stop.

DM1 bus takes about 40 minutes to get to Punta Carretas area, going across Pocitos neighbourhood. Runs every 15 mins aprox during daytime.

There are another bus lines (mentioned in the previous post) that take you to Tres Cruces Bus Terminal and Downtown.

The ticket is about USD 1.

Just be carefull because in the same bus stop you can take a bus going to or coming from Montevideo, so be sure you hop on to the right destination.


Travel Tips for Montevideo

Loved the Old Ladies

by Hexepatty

Old Ladies ABOUND in MVD. I mean at the Symphony I attended, I was one of the VERY few NON-Blue Hairs... and even dining... old ladies seated in tables next to me... Whereever you go, you will see old ladies. It's a good sign. It means old ladies live long here and old men don't!

I mean that in a GOOD way, folks...

Anyway, enjoy this jpg of an old lady Cackle I took outside the Museo... Seeing this animated group of all ladies talking about SOMETHING no doubt exciting and scandolus... they got VERY excited, spoke and laughed loudly! It was fun watching them!

Very interesting!

More urban wanderings

by trek06

The best thing you can bring to Montevideo is a good pair of walking shoes. You can avoid the cabs and buses and just see it on foot. It's a great way to get rid of excess calories from cerveza and all the extra food you sample on vacation.

"Hacer vereda"

by andal13

When springtime arrives, and during summertime evenings, some Montevideans take their chairs to the sidewalk ("vereda") and watch the life pass by... and talk about the neighbours! This custom is very common among the elder people, at the districts situated far from downtown (and not so far!).

Cuando llega la primavera, y durante las nochecitas de verano, algunos montevideanos llevan sus sillas a la vereda y miran pasar la vida... y hablan de los vecinos! Esta costumbre es muy común entre la gente mayor, en los barrios alejados del centro (¡y no tan alejados!).

Just Walking Around Montevideo

by TheUnknownTourist

One of the things I enjoyed in Montevideo was simply walking around and admiring the architecture. The houses were painted various colors and were beautifully designed. If they're affordable, Montevideo might be a great place to retire.

Jardín Botánico

by andal13

Jardín Botánico (arboretum) is a very nice place to take a walk and meet native and exotic flora.
Adress: 19 de Abril 1179 (Prado)

El Jardín Botánico es un muy lindo lugar para caminar y observar flora autóctona y exótica.
Dirección: 19 de Abril 1179 (Prado)


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Address: 21 de Septiembre 2885, Montevideo, 11300, Uruguay