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Montevideo Football Stadiums Tour
"The first place you'll visit is the “Gran Parque Central"" Club Nacional de Football Stadium where you enter through the principal stand and admire all of the stadium's facilities. Wander through the halls of the stadium and admire the photographic material found hanging on the walls. Learn about the history of this stadium from a specialist who'll talk about Nacional the Gran Parque Central and the first match of the World Cup of 1930. Hear about the ups and the downs of this club including the story of the ex-football player that committed suicide inside the “Gran Parque Central”.Afterwards you'll have the unique chance to go inside the changing rooms
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Private City Tour of Montevideo
"Your 3.5-hour tour starts at any time you select upon booking. You will be picked up from your chosen location and along with your guide start your journey. You will first visit the political center of the city arriving at the historical Independence Square. Here you will see the monument to honor General Jose Artigas (Independence's hero) the Salvo Palace the Estévez Palace (the old government house) the Gate of the Citadel and the Teatro Solis (Opera House).Your private tour continues through the 18th of July Avenue (main avenue) with its shops and restaurants.Then
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Montevideo City Tour
"Take an insightful 3-hour guided tour of Uruguay’s capital city Montevideo. After pickup from your hotel your knowledgeable guide will take you to Independence Plaza which divides Montevideo’s old and new areas and is dominated by a large statue of Uruguay's great military leader José Artigas. On the east side of this prominent plaza you'll find Palacio Salvo a 26-story building completed in the 1920s that was once the tallest building in Uruguay. Admire its beautiful architecture before exploring the west end of the plaza
From $32.00

Most Viewed Nightlife in Montevideo

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Viejo Rincón

Viejo Rincón (which means "old corner") is a great restaurant-pub located at one of the first houses built in Montevideo (18th century); it still has a basament with the original stone floor, and...
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Espacio Guambia

"Espacio Guambia" is a quite new concerts place; from Thursday to Sunday you can enjoy good local music in a cozy place. "Espacio Guambia" es una sala de conciertos bastante nueva; de jueves a...
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Sala Zitarrosa

"Sala Zitarrosa" is a theatre situated where there was a cinema years ago; the hall was reconditioned by the Intendencia Municipal (Town Hall) and now it is a great place to enjoy live music or dance...
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New York

New York is another good option while you are in Montevideo. This is a place for younger crowd (if you are over 20 youre too old for my opinion) The music played here varies so you will definitely...
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Irish Pub

Excellent place to share a dinner with both friends as in partner. Very good food, the waitresses are a bit slow but very friendly... And above very good live music by a covered modico artistic. Nice...
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The Shannon

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Victoria Casino

The Victoria Casino is located directly underneath the Radisson Hotel, the upper level of the casino can be reached via the hotel lobby, although this access is closed around 8pm, so take the elevator...
aussie51
Apr 17, 2011

Municipal Bands

The Banda Sinfónica Municipal and Orquesta Filarmónica de Montevideo (Municipal Symphonic Band and Philharmonic Orchestra of Montevideo) give public concerts (for free) at different parks and squares...
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andal13
Apr 04, 2011

Fun, Fun (Pronounced "foon, foon".

If this place had not been recommended by three separate Uruguayans (a waiter, a restaurant owner and a man at a streetside cafe), the name would have discouraged me. I think I read one Vt...
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melosh
Dec 14, 2006

Various

Actually, this is not a nightlife spot, because you can go during the day... (Maybe a local custom?)I am not into gambling, but if you like, you have some casinos in Montevideo:*Casino Parque Hotel:...
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andal13
Jan 24, 2005

Theatre

Although Montevideo is a small city (1:500.000 inhabitants) it has an important theatrical culture; there are more than 25 theatres and halls where you can enjoy all kind of plays. The most...
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andal13
Mar 11, 2004

Pubs/Bars/Discos

The ciudad vieja has become the most important nightlife spot in the city lately with a lot of new places to go over the Bartolome Mitre street and nearby streets (near plaza Independencia), check it...
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Shakermaker
Feb 25, 2004

El Pony Pisador

El Pony Pisador is a restaurant-pub; from Monday to Friday, it is open from 11:30 AM, and you can have lunch or dinner; on Saturday, it is open from 9:30 PM, and you can dine, or just have a drink and...
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andal13
Oct 16, 2003

Plaza Independencia

We were too tired to go to night club or bar/pub, but we found that sitting on the plaza Independencia is really a good activity, watching people.People in Uruguay drink tea all the time while walking...
Mirtsa
Oct 15, 2003

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Benito Blanco 640, Montevideo, 11300, Uruguay
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Juan Benito Blanco 783, Montevideo, 11300, Uruguay
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Cerrito 262, Esquina Pérez Castellanos, 11000
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Calle La Cumparsita, 1473, Montevideo, Uruguay
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Plaza Independencia 759, Montevideo, 11100, Uruguay
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Top Things to Do in Montevideo

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Plaza Independencia

We paused here while walking about the city and enjoyed the fascinating architecture of some of the surrounding buildings. Photographers, be sure to have your zoom lens so you can capture the width of...
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Ciudad Vieja

Enjoyed the best part of a day exploring the old town, it's not huge and pretty much one street in reality but it's quite entertaining, plenty of shops, bars and restaurants with some shady trees to...
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Palcio Salvo

Palacio Salvo, for many years the tallest building in South America is the twin of the magnificent Palacio Barolo in Buenos Aires. It guards the south-east corner Plaza Independencia, and of The same...
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Mercado del Puerto

For a different food experience you should head for the Ciudad Vieja's Mercado del Puerto. Inside this ornate building that once was a train station, market stalls have been converted into parrillas...
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Museo Torres García

Museo Torres Garcia showcases the work of Uruguay's most famous artist. Joaquín Torres García was born in Montevideo in 1874 and died there in 1949, after living in Barcelona, New York, Paris, and...
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La Rambla

Only a few blocks south from the Ciudad Vieja (Old Town) is La Rambla, a long coastal promenade divided into various parts, including Rambla Francia, Rambla Gran Bretana and Rambla Argentina. This...
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Top 5 Montevideo Writers

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andal13

"Montevideo, balcón al mar"
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globetrott

"Monte video , yes I saw the mountain as well"
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Shakermaker

"Ciudad de Emociones- Montevideo - City Of Emotions"
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Hexepatty

"I was here!!!"
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mtncorg

"MONTEVIDEO – ‘I SEE A MOUNTAIN?’"
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