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Travel Tips to Montevideo
Average Flying Time14 hours 11 minutes
Airline FlyingAir France, American Airlines, TAM, Air Europa
Average Flying Kms11008kms
Best Time to TravelJuly, October, November
Time Zone UTC/GMT -3 hours
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP =29.0568 UYU
Modes of TransportBy Bus, Car, Local Transport, Tram, Motorcycle
Why Fly to Montevideo
Top 10 Places to Visit
The Independence Square of the country, it is one of the most prominent landmarks and a major tourist attraction. There are several interesting places shrouding the plaza including the Artigas Mausoleum, Solis Theatre and Palacio Salvo.
A spectacular structure sitting on the Independence Square of Montevideo, it was originally built for a hotel and later served as an office complex and apartments. The building was designed by the architect Mario Palanti.
Located in the famous Old Town, the museum is a fantastic place to be. Housing eclectic and unusual portraits of historical icons, the museum also serves a temporary library.
Visit this amazing museum to enjoy a tour of the largest collection of Uruguayan artwork. The art work is simply mind-blowing and out of the world. Art lovers visit this place without fail, don’t miss it.
One of the top places to be for all beach lovers and relaxing retreats is this amazing upscale beach. Excellent for a range of beach sports, the surrounding area is also an ideal spot for architectural enthusiasts.
A worthwhile place to spend an afternoon, the botanical garden is home to flowering plants and trees, which are native to Uruguayan. Pay a visit to the museum to enjoy an array of Uruguayan vintage items.
Home to more than 400 native roses, the garden has become a favourite among many travellers. The blossoms and the fragrances of the rose garden are simply incredible. Located in close proximity to the Botanical Garden, this is a must-see.
Renowned to be the country’s oldest theatre, visit this historically prominent performance venue while in Montevideo. This amazing place of interest is also known for the breathtaking interior and the facade.
An epitome of classic architecture, it was the working place of the President of Uruguay. This has been transformed in to a museum, which houses artefacts and mementos of the Uruguayan presidency.
Dating back to the Spanish colonial times, the cathedral enjoys remarkable history. This is the main Roman Catholic church of Montevideo. Don’t forget to enjoy the sigh of the massive neoclassical architecture too.