Uruguay from South America region, is best know for Piers & Boardwalks. Discover best things to do in Uruguay with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Long stretch along the coast. Broad pavement for walking and cycling. Locals enjoying the sun or catching fish. Many benches to rest and watch the world go by.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Once the home of celebrated Uruguayan artist Carlos Paez Vilaro, this eye-catching seaside Mediterranean-style structure is today a modern art museum.
Such a gorgeous white structure. The art work wasn’t to my liking but I enjoyed the short film on the life of the owner. The coffee shop was quite good. This is an amazingly large and interesting building.
5 based on 388 reviews
Pizzorno Family is the fourth generation to continue with the same love and respect for nature that started over century ago. Carlos continues with the same love and respect for nature and carries on a family legacy that hasn't lost a single element of that fine wine tradition and that has adapted to our times with the most advanced techniques in cultivating the vines, elaborating wine and searching for enologist excellence. Having reconverted both vineyards and winery Pizzorno Family Wines truly represent a rich and prosperous land. Today Carlos Pizzorno has the leadership of a family that has believed in that land and through the years worked arduous and passionately for their wines.
I loved my visit here, it was the highlight of my trip & I would love to come back. Our guides were very friendly & incredibly knowledgeable & understandably proud of their wine & their work. The wine was delicious & like nothing I'd tasted before, the vineyard beautiful & the tasting room very pretty & comfotable. I highly recommend taking the time to visit!
5 based on 227 reviews
What an amazing experience. Sebastian was an excellent host and teacher. They are open from 11-8 (ignore google’s hours). I am a Californian and this is some of the best red wine we have tasted. We encourage you to linger over your three glasses of...MoreMuchas Gracias por sus comentarios, nos alegramos mucho que hayan disfrutado su experiencia en nuestra bodega. Siempre bienvenidos Saludos Bernardo
4.5 based on 7 reviews
This historic section of town takes you back to the 17th and 18th centuries, with an array of interesting museums, an historic lighthouse and Uruguay’s oldest church.
A perfect place to wander on a warm afternoon. Old buildings, quirky little side streets. Even in the summer holiday season we were surprised that it was relatively quiet when we visited. A piece of helpful advice - apparently it is very popular at weekends with visitors from Buenos Aires so best not to visit then.
The older streets are very uneven for walking - not just normal cobbles!
4.5 based on 808 reviews
The views from here are amazing and if you manage to go by when the artisans are out, the shopping is fun too. And on the weekends you'll find amazing parapenting/hangliders to color the skies and make use of the quite strong winds that blow through.
4.5 based on 536 reviews
going to the lighthouse is a must do experience in Cabo Polonio. It's very cheap and not impossible to go up, but a bit claustrophobic. Anyways, great view and you can see all the village and the sea lions.
4.5 based on 451 reviews
4.5 based on 270 reviews
Incredible bush next to the sea.
4.5 based on 197 reviews
The fort is impressive! Watch out for the bee hive in the roof of the rebuilt chapel. The views from the fort are great, you can certainly understand why it was built in this location. The grounds of the park are great. Lots of rental cabins and camp sites and the playa grande is a great long beach. The park is free to enter, there is a 30 peso fee to enter the fort.
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