Montevideo Transportation

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  • 1. Ferries/boat

    It's possible to fly, of course, but I found the ferry to be a convenient and very pleasant alternative. Terminals in both cities are near the center, allowing you to avoid expensive and time...

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  • 2. Busing it

    The main bus terminal in Montevideo is located about 3km east from the historic centre. It's a very modern terminal with all the facilities you need such as left-luggage (free if you have a trip...

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  • 3. By Taxi

    There are lots of taxis infront of the airport. the first line of silver car infront of the doors were quick to get our attention,and business.We paid 990uR for the trip to town...the black and yellow...

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  • 4. By Plane

    If you are traveling to/from Buenos Aires central, I highly recommend that you take the ferry over the plane. If you book on Buquebus or BQB, the cost will be about the same as the high speed...

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  • 5. BUS TO MONTEVIDEO AIRPORT

    Downtown Montevideo , the bus leaves from rio branco station.It costs 23 pesos and take about one hour to the airport.The trip is quite interesting, as you pass...

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  • 6. City bus into Montevideo, avoiding overpriced cabs

    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.,...

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  • 7. Getting to Montevideo

    There are a few options to get to Uruguay from Buenos Aires. Least appealing way is taking a bus directly there from Retiro. Most popular option is to take a...

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  • 8. By train

    There are two suburban train lines, from Montevideo to 25 de Agosto (64 km to the North) and from Montevideo to Sudriers (44 km to the North-East). Trains are...

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  • 9. Getting around by car

    Renting a car in Montevideo can cost you from 250USD per month to over 700USD. Most cars have manual transmition.Driving in Montevideo is pretty easy. You...

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  • 10. Most visitors probably get to...

    Most visitors probably get to Montevideo by plane via Buenos Aires. I bought a round trip ticket from SFO to Buenos Aires, and took the boat across River Plate...

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  • 11. If you're coming from Buenos...

    If you're coming from Buenos Aires like I did, take the BUQUEBUS high-speed ferry. It runs several times a day and is a fast and comfortable way to get to...

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  • 12. We went there by ferry from...

    We went there by ferry from Buenos Aires. It was a short and comfortable trip.This is a picture of one of the buildings in the port.

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  • 13. I got here via the Norwegian...

    I got here via the Norwegian Dream, and once you get to shore a cab can take you anywhere you want to go, make sure you can speak a little spanish.

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