- 3-hour Montevideo city tour
- Visit Montevideo’s main attractions including Independence Plaza and Parliament Palace
- Explore the residential neighborhoods of Carrasco, Punta Gorda and Pocitos
- Admire coastal views as you stroll down a picturesque beachside promenade
- Learn about the city’s rich history and architecture from your guide
- Complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off
- Walk along Las Ramlas of Montevideo
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What You Can Expect
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, where you'll see Puerta de la Ciudadela, one of the few remaining structures of the city wall that once surrounded colonial Montevideo.
Next, head to the area of El Prado, home to Prado Park and three soccer stadiums. After learning about this neighborhood from your guide, continue to the elegant residential areas of Carrasco , Punta Gorda and Pocitos along Las Ramblas. This gorgeous coastal views from Punta Gorda will let you admire the endless beaches of Pocitos. Browse local shops while strolling down the beachside promenade before relaxing on the drive back to your hotel.
Great introductory tour to Montevideo. Our guide, Marcello was very informative and made sure we had an enjoyable time.
Excellent tour guide,friendly and very informative. Itinerary was great....highly recommend
Excellent. Comfortable bus. Informative courier.
The tour was good, but I think that it would expend more time!
A good tour. We were picked up a bit late and the guide was very good but had a lot of different nationalities so spent a lot of time repeating the same information but in several languages. The tour took in most of the city sights and good opportunities to take photos etc.
The tour guide Rosana was very professional but also funny. the tour started on time we went through all attactions as expected.
A good introduction to the city to get one's bearings - there are lots of sites crammed into the limited time. You don't actually enter most of the places visited, but can get out at several of the monuments and the legislative building. There's a rather boring and unnecessary stop at an agricultural market that is more like a sterile little shopping arcade, but other than that the places visited are of general interest/cultural significance. I would have like to be able to enter the Estadio Centenario. The 2:30 tour time is nice for us late-sleepers. The tour company does a decent job with this one.
Montevidéu is a marvellous place but the tour didn't stopped in Mercado del Puerto. A obrigatory visit.