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From San Jacinto, venture about 30 miles southwest and arrive in the exciting city of Montevideo.
Does a coastline stroll tickle your fancy? Plan a day trip to Ramirez Beach or Brava Beach.
Spend a day relaxing at Flores Island. It lies just 30 miles away from San Jacinto. Fill your lungs with the fresh, clean air and take some time to wind down.
Want to check out the Atlantida Zoo and Founders of Atlantida Plaza? These excellent attractions are near the centre of Atlantida, 16 miles to the south. Use this as a base for a little while and start doing some exploring!
Tourists often make the trip to Piriapolis. This place is 40 miles away and not too far from Pan de Azucar Nature Reserve and Zoo, Castle Piria and the Cerro del Toro. If you're planning to stay a little while, don't miss Cerro Pan de Azúcar and San Antonio Hill.
Whether you prefer the stylishness of Michelin stars or munching on a snack from a street stall, tasting the local food and drink is one of the greatest things about travel. So why not tingle your taste buds by digging into some of the area's delicious offerings?
Do you like your milk? What about fish? Whether you're wild about them or not, they are two ingredients commonly found in the cuisine here.
During your time in San Jacinto, you should eat like the locals do. That means sampling a plate of chivito (sandwich) or empanada (small pie), some of the area's specialty dishes.
You're not supposed to count calories on holiday, right? So it's an excellent excuse to treat yourself to ensaimadas (catalan sweet bread), a beloved dessert.
Learning even just a few expressions in the local language will make your time in the Uruguay region that little bit less challenging. "¡Cuánto tiempo!" is how you say "long time no see". Perhaps you'll find "Buenas tardes" easier to get your head around? It means "good afternoon".
Want to immerse yourself in the Independence Day celebrations? Mark down the 25th of August in your diary and get ready to let loose!
"Adiós" doesn't have to mean farewell forever. Why not put away a few Uruguayan pesos for when you return?
Time to fly back home? Pack up your suitcase, set your alarm clock and make a plan to get to Carrasco International Airport (MVD). It's some 25 miles to the southwest.