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It's located 110 miles away from Montevideo and its energetic streets.
Like to venture outwards a bit? Flores Department is 8 miles to the southeast of Trinidad and Gruta del Palacio is 19 miles to the northwest. Jump in the car and find out what's out there!
Eating is one of life's biggest pleasures, and since you're reading this, we guess you think travel is too. Combine your zeal for both by going out and trying the local food and drink offerings at a few of the restaurants, cafés and bars across town.
Are you fond of milk? What about fish? Whether you're wild about them or not, they are two key ingredients regularly used in the cuisine here.
There's always a local plate or two you absolutely need to try, and while you're in Trinidad, chivito (sandwich) is among them. Empanada (small pie) is another typical dish that's sure to make an impression.
Still got a bit of room left after the main course? Then put in an order for ensaimadas (catalan sweet bread), a mouthwatering dessert.
Knowing how to pronounce a couple of words in the local language will make your visit to the Uruguay region that little bit easier. "No comprendo" translates as "I don't understand". "¡Buena suerte!", which means "good luck", is also quite common.
You can expect an air of fever and excitement leading up to the 25th of August. The locals will be getting ready for Independence Day, a day of national celebrations.
Like all good things, your trip to Trinidad will eventually come to an end. When it's time to pack up your belongings and leave, say a last "Hasta la vista" and spend your leftover holiday allowance on some unique souvenirs.
Ready to hit the skies? Pack up your bags, set the alarm and make a plan to get to Carrasco International Airport (MVD). It's roughly 110 miles to the southeast.