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There’s Montevideo, for starters. A walkable metropolis of palm-lined plazas and foodie markets, opera houses and rambling oceanside promenades, this cozy capital is a must-see port of call. Plus, not far from the urban scene lies a whole other side to Uruguay—a world of vineyards and hot springs, unspoiled dunes and horseback tours of local estancias.
Here are just some of the unexplored delights of this little-known gem:
Immerse yourself in the delicious local foods and wines of Uruguay.
Duration:: 10 days, 9 nights
An active 8-day trip with biking, hiking, birdwatching and horseback riding across the plains of Uruguay.
Duration:: 8 days, 7 nights
A perfect week-long trip food and wine extension to Brazil or Argentina.
Duration:: 7 days, 6 nights
The itinerary flowed smoothly and all of our transfers and guides were exactly on time and very helpful. It was a no-worry vacation. When planning the trip our travel agency listened to our wishes and we planned out together where we would go, when we would need a guide and when we would just be on our own. The ultimate decisions were left up to us.