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Marvel at the world’s largest collection of authentic Uruguayan artwork at the National Museum of Visual Arts, and step outside to enjoy the lush greenery of Parque Rodo when you’ve got your fill of history.
Enjoy small plate dining and a great beer selection at this trendy brewpub, the perfect place for gatherings in coastal Montevideo.
Montevideo Shopping Center
At Montevideo’s premier shopping mall, enjoy both international and local boutiques, just a short walk away from Hyatt Centric Montevideo.
Visited by notable public figures, locals, and visitors alike, Francis offers a cozy atmosphere and gastronomic specialties, such as sushi, pastas, seafood, and grilled meats.
Catch a fútbol game at Centenario Stadium, heralded as a classic stadium by FIFA and host to the 1930 World Cup.
Monumento La Carreta
Make sure to check out this stunning National Historic Monument, fully constructed from bronze and granite by Uruguayan sculptor José Belloni.
Once the site where notable Uruguayan musician Gerardo Matos Rodriguez composed his famous tango, today, you can tour this architectural wonder.
See ballet works, orchestral performances, and more at this newly renovated auditorium in the heart of Montevideo.
Tristan Narvaja Market
Each Sunday, visitors and locals flock to the Tristan Narvaja market, selling authentic gifts and fresh produce.
Bridging the gap between Montevideo’s downtown and Ciudad Vieja, Independence Square is a plaza filled with lush greenery and walking paths, and is framed by some of the city’s most notable structures.
Once a colonial government residence, the Cabildo now is host to a museum that rests right in Constitution Square.
Mercado del Puerto
Prepare to spend some time at this bustling Montevideo market, with food, drinks, and gifts in abundance.
See a show at Uruguay’s oldest theater, with a variety of artistic genres represented, from live music, to dance, to operatic performances.
Museo del Carnaval
Immerse yourself in Uruguayan culture at the Carnival Museum, which pays homage to the yearly festival of Carnival, lasting 35 days with a variety of traditions and rituals.
Indulge in gastronomic delicacies at Café Misterio, from sweet and savory small plates to sushi favorites.
Try out authentic German dishes right in the heart of Montevideo at Dackel, with a charming interior and a stellar menu.
With a vintage speakeasy feel, Clyde’s is a Montevideo bar favorite and a fun place to be.
Day Trip Destinations
Colonia del Sacramento
With roots dating back to 1680, this picturesque UNESCO World Heritage Site built on cobblestone streets features a 19th century lighthouse and bars along the river.
Punta del Este
Those who go to Punta del Este spend their day at the pristine beaches, and their nights at the bustling clubs and bars. Enjoy the trendiest hot spots and perhaps some celebrity sightings during time in this celebrated party haven.
Bodega Bouza Winery
Tour this family-owned winery, with stretches of vineyards, as well as a restaurant offering dishes paired with specialty wines.