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This city is called home by about 1,300,000 locals.
Feel your seat vibrate as the dexterous drivers at the Maroñas National Racetrack do battle for the top spot on the podium. These mighty engines are sure to impress.
Keen for more leisurely pursuits? Then pay a visit to the Pizzorno Winery, where you'll learn about local winemaking and sample a few drops.
Start a big night out with some blackjack and bright, sparkling lights at the Maronas Entertainment. It's a wonderful place to get the festivities going!
Spend a quiet day exploring the Botanical Garden and the Japanese Garden of Montevideo, where you can find a variety of local plant and flower species.
Get comfortable with your favourite book, toss a ball around or just watch the clouds drift by at Rose Garden Meadow and Batlle Park. Lecocq Park and Roosevelt Park are a few more spots where you can experience a little greenery.
If you’re looking for somewhere glorious to watch the sunset, set down a towel and relax by the ocean's edge at Pocitos Beach or Ramirez Beach.
Ask the helpful staff at the Oceanographic Museum or the Gaucho Museum about guided tours. With so many enthralling displays, you'll want to be sure you don't miss out on anything. Antonio Montero House and the Montevideo Museum of Art History are also top alternatives.
Art lovers come from all corners of the world to check out Montevideo's respected collections, and the Museo de Bellas Artes Juan Manuel Blanes and the Museo Gurvich are often the first stops on their lists. If you've still got an itch to scratch, also feast your eyes on the displays at the Museo Torres Garcia and the Museo de Arte Precolombino e Indigena.
If you want to understand the present, look to the past! For an insight into the people and events that have helped make this city what it is today, stop by the Museo Historico Nacional.
Taking time to visit historic attractions is a superb way to get a deeper understanding of times gone by. Dig into Montevideo's past at the Salvo Palace and the University of the Republic. Montevideo Cabildo and Palacio Municipal are also worth your while.
Explore the immense stronghold of Fortaleza del Cerro. Learn about its impressive defence mechanisms and let your mind go wild thinking about the conflicts that took place right where you're standing.
Many notable residents have lived in Palacio Taranco. From luxury decor to its shiny façade, this stately dwelling is the jewel in Montevideo's crown.
Contained between the robust walls of Castillo Pittamiglio is a significant history. The heyday of a bygone era can be felt in every room.
Add a spiritual bent to your getaway by visiting Montevideo Cathedral and Iglesia de Las Carmelitas, two historic places of prayer.
With its assortment of public spaces, it's obvious that Montevideo was developed with its residents in mind. You'll feel like one of the locals as you move with the crowds at Independencia Square and Constitution Square. Alternatively, absorb the vibe of Cagancha Square or Plaza Zabala.
The World Trade Center and the Telecommunications Tower are a couple of the more popular local landmarks. There will be plenty of postcard-perfect moments at both of these sites, so you'll want to make sure you charge up that camera!
Montevideo is not the type of place that allows history to disappear into the past. Along with its many other memorials, the Puerta de la Ciudadela and Fountain of Locks help preserve the tales of this city's rich past. There are many captivating stories we can learn from. Read about more of them with a trip to The Cart and the Luis Batlle Berres Monument.
If ever there was a heaven on earth for shoppers, Montevideo would fit the bill. With a decent range of shopping centres to take your pick of, it's a good idea to begin with Port Market and Punta Carretas Shopping Mall. Next stop is Montevideo Shopping Mall or Tristan Narvaja Flea Market, where you'll discover lots more essentials, gifts and food options to pore over. After all, there is no such thing as too much retail therapy!
Wind up a great day of sightseeing by catching a performance at the Solis Theater or the Auditorio Nacional del Sodre. Have a look at the events lineup at the Teatro Circular de Montevideo and Sala Zitarrosa as well.
Don't head off just yet, there are still a few surprises to discover. Have you visited Plaza Fabini and Plaza de La Armada yet? Don't forget the National Library of Uruguay and Puerto del Buceo Marina either.