The answer is – more than you would think. This is our very exact, to the penny breakdown of two weeks traveling through Montevideo, Colonia del Sacramento and the beaches.
We’re taking you on a photogenic journey through our favorite parts of Montevideo, Uruguay! Join us to see beaches, colonial architecture and the love fountain!
Uruguay’s best side is its coastline – we visited Punta del Este, La Paloma and Punta del Diablo. Read on for our favorites and our advice about the best time to go and transportation to get you to the beaches of Uruguay.
This week’s Polaroid features someone we met on our first stroll through Uruguay’s capital – we have to admit we were surprised to see them here – check out what it is!
Two weeks in this small South American country might seem like enough, but once you get comfortable and ease into the way of life here, you could easily get sucked in for a few months. We’ve listed 14 things we loved – one for each day we spent in Uruguay.
This week we review Posada al Sur in Montevideo, Uruguay, which offers an artsy Latin vibe at great value for money.
The historic center of this former Portuguese colony is just about picture perfect as it gets, but find out why many people make trips here just for the money (and why you should, too!).
On our first night in Montevideo, Uruguay, three teenagers attempted to rob us. This post looks at how the two of us perceived the same event in very different ways, plus the reality of travel safety in Montevideo.
Our last stop in Uruguay was the picturesque colonial town of Colonia del Sacramento, the first settlement in Uruguay, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.