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Make your way about 15 miles east of Ciudad de la Costa and you'll find the action of Montevideo.
Take some time out for a picnic among the salty sea air at Ramirez Beach or Brava Beach.
You'll find an assortment of delightful natural attractions just outside of Ciudad de la Costa. Why not head 20 miles to Lecocq Park? Alternatively, take in some of nature's finest artwork at Flores Island, 8 miles away.
Disconnect from the constant distractions of modern technology with a stop at Roosevelt Park.
The Varela Zarranz Winery and the Sofitel Montevideo Casino are not far from the middle of Colonia Nicolich, 4 miles to the west. Looking for more? Atlantida, 11 miles to the northeast of Ciudad de la Costa, features the Atlantida Zoo and Founders of Atlantida Plaza.
Do a bit of shopping and visit some sights in Piriapolis. This destination is 40 miles away and pretty close to Pan de Azucar Nature Reserve and Zoo, Castle Piria and the Cerro del Toro. That said, you shouldn't forget about Cerro Pan de Azúcar and San Antonio Hill either.
To really experience a place is to immerse yourself in the local food and drink, so prepare to crunch, munch, slurp and sip your way through Uruguay. The only thing you need to bring with you is a decent appetite!
If you're poring over a menu, there's every chance you'll come across dishes featuring milk or fish. They're just two ingredients which are often used in the fare here.
Ask one of the locals for some food suggestions and chivito (sandwich) will probably be the first thing they mention. Empanada (small pie) is another regional specialty you should keep an eye out for.
Dessert is always a good idea, so why not get stuck into a little ensaimadas (catalan sweet bread)? It's worth every scrumptious calorie!
Talk to any experienced traveller and they'll tell you that the best way to squeeze more from your getaway is to practise a few local words and phrases. Try to pronounce "¡Perdón!" It translates as "excuse me". There's also "Buenos días" ("good morning").
Celebrated throughout many parts of the country, Independence Day happens on the 25th of August. If you're going to be here on this important day, it'll be difficult not to get swept up in the excitement!
Luckily Ciudad de la Costa will stay just where you found it, so this "Hasta la vista" has no need to be your last!
Carrasco International Airport (MVD) is the nearest terminal, 4 miles to the west. Make sure you leave yourself more than enough time to reach it.