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If you travel 75 miles of San Carlos, you'll come across the well-known city of Montevideo.
Keep each and every member of the family happy with an excursion to the San Carlos Zoo.
Look out for shiny seashells to collect or try to spot creatures like clams and crabs at Jose Ignacio Beach and Bikini Beach. You'll find these enticing pieces of coastline 17 miles and 9 miles away, respectively.
It's no secret that getting outside is good for your health and happiness. With that in mind, why wouldn't you make your way 13 miles out of San Carlos to Isla de Lobos? Isla Gorriti Natural Reserve, 12 miles away, is one more top option.
Expand your horizons and see what's going on in Maldonado, 4 miles to the southwest. Many visitors come here for Arboreto Lussich and the Alto de la Ballena Vineyards. Alternatively, Manatiales is 8 miles to the southeast of San Carlos. Stop at this place for easy access to Pablo Atchugarry Foundation and the Museum of the Sea.
Punta del Este is 12 miles away from San Carlos and is an important part of the local region. Close by sights include the Ralli Museum, Punta Shopping Mall and the Conrad Punta del Este Casino. Still got some time to burn? The Casino Nogaro and Artigas Square are also within reach.
Your eyes shouldn't get to have all the fun while you're in Uruguay. Give your taste buds a little attention too by tucking into the local food and beverage offerings. After all, you haven't truly experienced a destination until you've tasted its flavours.
A typical ingredient in the food here is milk. One more is fish. They're worth getting a taste for if they're not already a part of your food repertoire.
Are you on the hunt for a distinctive San Carlos eating experience? There are some specialties you shouldn't miss, such as chivito (sandwich) and empanada (small pie).
If you're here for the dessert, we don't think you'll be disappointed. Try ensaimadas (catalan sweet bread), a yummy treat that's sure to hit your sweet spot.
Start knocking down that pesky communication barrier by memorising a couple of words and expressions in the local tongue. You'll gain a more satisfying experience and a few new buddies while you're at it! "No comprendo" is how you say "I don't understand". Maybe you'll find "Buenas noches" easier to get your head around? This means "good evening".
If you're considering going to San Carlos in August, you'll want to be here around the 25th for Independence Day. There's always a buzz in the air on this national day of festivities.
With just a handful of your travel allowance remaining in your pocket and some wonderful memories that will never fade, say one last "Adiós" to San Carlos.
When you're ready to pack your bag and hit the skies, the closest terminal, Carrasco International Airport (MVD), is 65 miles to the west.