Designed by the Italian architecture Mario Palanti in 1928, the Salvo Palace was once the highest construction built in South America.
This building is a reminder of the prosperity years of the city during the first half of the XX century.
The Historic District (Ciudad Vieja) offers lots of museums, restaurants, street markets and other outdoor activities.
Built in 1857, the Solis Theater is Uruguay's oldest one. The City started its reconstruction in 1998 and finished it in 2004. I would recommend you to buy tickets to see the Opera, but if you prefer it, they offer guided tours which are free on Wednesdays, or U$S 2 on Fri-Sat-Sun.
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