Uruguay welcomes you with the green countryside, beautiful hills, and colonial estancias where you can make a lifetime of memories. Sit horseback and explore the rich green pastures, take a ferry ride from Buenos Aires to Colonia del Sacramento, dive into multicultural endeavors in the capital Montevideo, drive along spectacular coastlines east of Montevideo and more. These are just a few of Uruguay attractions. Get ready for a long belt of beaches, small bays, and promontories with hills in the backdrop. Escape from the rush of everyday life and enjoy swimming in the ocean waters. Kayak through the still waters of the quiet lagoons further east of the country with chirping birds to keep you company. Taste the finest Tannat grape wine. Come, discover through our guide this little gem of a country in South America sandwiched between Brazil and Argentina.
USEFUL INFO ABOUT URUGUAY
Official Name: Oriental Republic of Uruguay
Form of Government: Unitary Presidential Constitutional Republic
Capital & Largest City: Montevideo
Official Language: Spanish
Languages Spoken: Rioplatense Spanish, Uruguayan Portuguese
Ethnicity: White 92%, Mestizo 5%, Black 3%
Currency: Uruguayan Peso (UYU)
Area: 176,215 sq. km.
Lowest Point: Atlantic Ocean (0m)
Highest Point: Cerro Catedral Mountain (514m)
Coastline: 660 km
Argentina 1482 km
Brazil 2277 km
Famous For: Excellent Wine I Soccer I Candombe I Mate Herbal Drink I Chivito National Sandwich I South American Riviera I Jorge Drexler I Wine Industry I Flea Market in Montevideo I Family Day I Smallest Country In South America I Picturesque Towns
National Symbols: National Bird I Coat of Arms I Flag of Uruguay I Flower I National Motto
Time Zone: Uruguay Standard Time (GMT - 3)
Driving Side: Right
Airports in Uruguay: Cerro Largo International Airport I Carrasco Gral. CesÃ¡reo L. Berisso International Airport I El JagÃ¼el Airport I Tydeo Larre Borges International Airport I Melo Airport I Paysandu Airport I Rivera Airport I Salto Airport I Santa Bernardina Airport I Tacuarembo Airport I Vichadero Airport
There is a great plus point in traveling to Uruguay - you get free Wi-Fi almost anywhere in hotels, restaurants, long-distance buses, etc. Some of the ferry operators such as Buquebus have started charging for connectivity at a nominal cost. Connections are good as they are fiber optic connections and pricing is controlled by the state-owned telecom company called ANTEL. You can buy your chip for your phone at an Antel store or purchase a SIM card at the airport. Try the offer from Telestial Pure World for great low rates for talk, text, and data coverage locally and across 190 global destinations. They charge just 45c per MB and only 75c per minute for talk and text in Uruguay. Pay a $5 credit online to get you started and use the prepaid SIM card.
CALLING CODE: 598
Ambulance : 911
Fire : 911
Police : 911 | 105
The Uruguay currency is the Uruguayan Peso and the most popular Uruguay exchange is the USD to UYU. The Uruguay exchange rate for a few important currencies is given below. The currency code for Pesos is UYU and the currency symbol is $U. The capital city Montevideo Uruguay currency is also Pesos.
Shilling banknotes denomination: 20, 50,100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000
Pesos bank coins denominations: 1, 2, 5, 10
Please note that Travelers Cheques are NOT accepted in most places.
The Charua Indians first inhabited the country and fought the Spanish for many years who took control of the land in the 16th and 17th centuries. The Spanish brought their cattle to settle in the land that became the driving force of the economy. Montevideo was founded by the Spanish in the early 18th century and served as a military base. The Uruguayans under the leader Jose Gervasio fought for their independence and after many years of fighting and being annexed by Brazil, Uruguay got independent in 1825. After many years of a brutal military dictatorship, a civilian government took charge in 1984. The country had to contend with high inflation and reception. In November 1994 with a narrow victory, the Colorado party took charge of presidential candidate Julio Cairolo. Various constitutional and economic reforms, privatization and tax increase were made to reduce inflation. In November 1999, Jorge Batle took charge of the presidency and had to face growing public debt, economic troubles, and neighboring Argentina had a tremendous drop in tourism. The Uruguay currency further weakened in the international financial market. In December 2003 with the help of a 60% referendum the state of oil monopoly opened to foreign investment. The Supreme Court ruled in October 2009 that military dictatorship laws are unconstitutional and former President and military rulers were sentenced to imprisonment. Uruguay now had developed into a country with free political and labor conditions.
Uruguay geography depicts the country as the smallest in South America. Uruguay's geographical location is bordered by Brazil and Argentina and to the southeast by the Atlantic Ocean. The River Uruguay separates the country from Argentina in the west that widens into the beautiful Rio de la Plata estuary. The country's landscape is full of hilly meadows that are cut across by pretty streams and rivers. The topography mainly consists of rolling plains and low hills while the coastal regions consist of fertile lowlands. About 1.4 million people of the total population of 3.3 million people live in Montevideo, the capital city. It is one of South America's better-developed countries economically.
Art and Music
The gaucho tradition is a significant part of Uruguay culture. Part of this lifestyle is the cowboy culture and with that the fondness for leather goods. Music in Uruguay is filled with passion and romance with the Latin dance to tango and candombe music. Travel on a cruise to experience the beautiful art form and sway to the rhythm of folk music. Another Uruguay culture and tradition are the love for football that the locals have. The country also boasts two Olympic gold medals in the sport and the first-ever World Cup. Catch a glimpse of the frenzy across the stadiums in the country or join the locals playing the sport in the streets. It is interesting to note that the country's music scene has influences from many immigrants from Spain, Russia, Germany, France, Italy, Swiss, Poland, and others. Different styles of music emerged with a range of diverse musical fusions in genres such as classic, electronic, hip hop, jazz, rock, tango milonga, murga, candombe, and tropical Uruguayan.
Food and Drink
Uruguay national dish is the Chivito, a tasty thin slice of beef or bacon cooked with mozzarella, tomatoes, mayonnaise, and olives served as a sandwich. It can be relished with a whole bunch of fried potatoes. Other ingredients in the sandwich include hard-boiled eggs, ham, or vegetarian bacon such as soy bacon. The popular beverage Mate is a traditional drink made of mateine made from a plant called Yerba Mate. The drink also has medicinal properties and can be consumed with either hot or cold water.
Must-Try Uruguay Dishes
Bife de chorizo (steak), Asado de Tira (beef), Chivito (steak sandwich), Morcilla (sausage either had dulce or salada, Dulce de leche (boiled milk with caramel), Chaja (sponge cake)
Clerico (wine mixed with fruit juice), Yerba Mate (a bitter herbal tea), Cana ( liquor made from sugarcane), Grappa (brandy), Dunbar ( Uruguayan whiskey), Tannat Wine
The locals are warm and greet each other with a firm handshake. A friendly kiss on the right cheek and a smile are common among friends. However, people do not greet strangers and can be misunderstood. 'Buenos Dias' or 'Buenas Tardes' means 'Good Morning', 'Besos' mean 'kisses on the cheek' especially after being introduced for the first time, 'Farewells Adios' for 'Goodbye' and say 'Chau' if you want to be more casual with your 'bye!'.
Explore the small colonial city called Colonia Del Sacramento, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with beautiful cobbled alleys, Plaza Mayor, vintage cars, astonishing sunset views, incredible Rio de la Plata and gather some happy moments over a glass of cold beer.
Cabo Polonio tour in a 4*4 to see the sand dunes and beautiful scenery.
Visit the colony of sea lions and incredible beaches.
Punta del Diablo, a tiny fishing village to be a part of the fishing village culture.
Spend time on the beaches of Punta del Este, a destination for celebrities.
Enjoy a parrilla or barbecue and relish Asado, an Uruguay culture and tradition.
Watch a football game at Estadio Centenario.
Uruguay Weather | UY Climate
The best time to visit Uruguay is in the summer between November and February especially the coastal regions to avoid the surge of crowds and enjoy the pleasant Uruguay climate. Uruguay temperature is the warmest in April and May when water sports like snorkeling can be enjoyed the most. The peak season is when the Montevideo temperature is mild and the sun shines bright is October through March. The gorgeous beaches overflow with tourists and Punta del Este has inbound traffic of travelers from Argentina. October to December is ideal to visit for some private time at the beaches along the coast. Rainfall is mild throughout the year with pleasant temperatures that rarely fall below 16Â°C/ 60Â°F even during winters.
Visit Uruguay with Family
Visit Colonia`s Barrio Historico, a popular Uruguay attraction with fabulous cobblestone streets, historical buildings, a museum with artifacts, a wooden drawbridge, and the Basilica of the Holy Sacrament.
Enjoy a perfect ferry ride with family from Colonia to Buenos Aires for some great ocean views.
Take the family to Uruguay's water park, Acuamania, and explore thrilling rides, water games, cold geysers and more.
Try Asados, in one of Uruguay's parrillas (steakhouses), and take your pick from a beef or chicken meal made barbeque styled.
Visit Uruguay as a Couple
Termas (hot springs) baths in Arapey is a fabulous Uruguay tourist attraction for you and your loved one to enjoy a therapeutic experience.
Sunbathe in the marvelous beaches in Punta del Este and feel the lively atmosphere indulge you.
Go on a water sports adventure in Playa de los Pocitos along the 22 km long Rambla.
Take a trip to the two islands Isla de Lobos and Isla Gorriti, a natural reserve where whales gather in the winter.
Check out the Museum of the Sea and be amazed by the whale skeletons in the display.
Visit Uruguay with Friends
Spot the large colonies of orcas, elephant seals, and the ruins of Portuguese forts in Isla de Lobos.
Explore the many Montevideo places to visit such as the Tango Museum of Montevideo and the Legislative Palace made of colorful marbles.
Relish world-class cuisine in the Mercado del Puerto (Port Market) as you walk the streets of the beautiful capital Montevideo.
Surf the strong waves with friends in Piriapolis, one of the oldest beach resorts in the country.
Escape to the Golden Coast called Costa de Oro for some good times on the 45 km wide sandbanks.
What to Buy?
Beautifully Crafts Ornamental Cups
Soft Organic Merino Wool Clothing
Dulce de leche (a delicious toffee and caramel sweet)
Leather Bags, Wallets, Shoes, Belts, etc.
Trinkets such as Keychains, Bottle Holders
Organic Wood Chopping Boards
Box of Alfajores (cookies) and Naive (famous chocolates)
A Stylish Gaucho Hat
Decorative Mini Sculpture, Musical Instrument
Salto del Penitente
Get adventurous with rock climbing, horse riding, and other activities in this awesome landscape with breathtaking views. Roam around Lavalleja and go up to the mountains with waterfalls and natural pools en route. There is also a restaurant in the mountains that you cannot miss experiencing.
Best Time to Visit: January to April, November, December Entry Price: Free
An amazing Montevideo place to visit, this is the biggest football stadium in the country which hosted the first-ever World Cup in 1930. There is also a museum in the stadium where you can learn a lot about Uruguay's football history and probably become a football fan if you are not one already.
Best Time to Visit: All year Entry Price: $1.80
Colonia del Sacramento Quarter
This beautiful Uruguay tourism spot is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is famous for its historic significance. The Uruguay River that passes through adds to its picturesque beauty among colonial architecture and mesmerizing landscapes.
Best Time to Visit: Summer months between November to February Entry Price: Free (tour cost of $70 to $100 for a round trip ticket)
Hot Springs in Salto and Paysandu
A popular Uruguay attraction is an extremely relaxing bath in naturally heated spring water here. Enjoy your time in the water parks, thermal spas, and inns and give yourself a healing rejuvenation by soaking in the water with a lot of good earthy minerals. Best Time to Visit: October to November Entry Price: $4.39
The Solis Theatre is an Uruguay famous landmark in Ciudad Vieja with its beautiful ornamental decor indoors, a wonderful sight to see. Wander the streets and observe the urban planning of the Old City with architecture from the 20th century. Join the people watching the wonders of the district in Montevideo and have an amazing day.
Best Time to Visit: All year (book in advance) Entry Price: $3.00
Wine Tasting Tour
Enjoy Montevideo places to visit on the tour such as Parliament Palace, Independence Plaza, picturesque coastlines, Constitutional Square, and waterfront walkways. Among all these attractions is a visit to the local vineyard to taste some amazing award-winning Tannat Wine. A city tour of the charming capital is totally worth it.
Best Time to Visit: Summer months Entry Price: $79.00 for a winery tour
Mercado del Puerto
The fascinating Port Market welcomes you with restaurants, shops, and amazing Uruguay culture and traditions. Absorb the culture in the street market, eat delicious local food, watch musical street performers play traditional music and spend hours enjoying the atmosphere. Do not forget to pick a souvenir or two to remember your day.
Best Time to Visit: All year (open every day during lunch hours) Entry Price: $6.95
The lake with its freshwater is a great Uruguay attraction where you can go fishing and swimming. The water feels very refreshing and clean and a great change from the salty ocean water. Visit the Ombu Mount by boat and be among the nature of tall palm trees and massive shrubs.
Best Time to Visit: Summer months Entry Price: Free
If you can make time, a few other places to visit in Uruguay are
Pocitos Maritime Museum
Santa Teresa National Park
Jose Ignacio dining
Rotiserias for torta de espinaca
Most Popular Regions and Cities to Visit in Uruguay Montevideo
The bustling capital is a fascinating city with art galleries, theatres, beautiful beaches, music avenues, tango bars, cocktail lounges, and happening nightlife. The city is filled with neoclassical buildings and captivates you with its historic aura. Visit For: Plaza Independencia, Mercado del Puerto, La Rambla, Estadio Centenario, Salvo Palace, Pocitos, Bodega Bouza, Palacio Legislativo
Colonia del Sacramento
The stunning city has a colonial charm with an astonishingly beautiful historic quarter, wonderful architecture, and cobbled alleys. The old quarter has some great museums and lots of trendy restaurants.
Visit For: Colonia Historic Quarter, Colonia del Sacramento Lighthouse, Santisimo Sacramento Church, Espacio Portugues, Museo de Colonia, Plaza de toros Real de San Carlos
Punta del Este
Fancy yourself spending time in the upmarket beach resort called the Saint-Tropez of South America, then this is the place to be. Beautiful beachfront, bars, casinos, yachts, and trendy cocktail clubs beckon you to have a great time.
Visit For: Jose Ignacio Mansion, La Barra, The Fingers of Punta del Este, Puerto de Punta del Este, Museo Ralli, Playa Brava, Juan Gorlero
Tacuarembo with its rolling hills, cattle, and large fields will give you a feeling of the gaucho Uruguay culture and tradition. Spend time in the lovely plazas and wander around shady avenues for a delightful experience.
Visit For: 19th of April Plaza, Museum of Visual Arts, Indian Museum, Lago de la Juventud Lake, Laguna de las Lavanderas Lake, La Rueda De La Vida Sculpture
A picturesque city and the second-largest in Uruguay attract many tourists from Argentina. Natural wonders such as the little riverside walks, streets lined with shady trees and laid-back ambiance make the visit very relaxing.
Visit For: Salto Grande Dam, Aquatic Park Termas de Salto Grande, Grotto of Padre Pio, Plaza Artigas, Estancia La Aurora
Few more cities to explore in Uruguay,
Punta del Diablo
Jazz to the Streets
Join the popular Music Festival held in the city of Mercedes where jazz musicians from other countries perform in public. Brazil, America, Uruguay, Cuba, Argentine musicians participate and perform to a huge crowd of around 2500 spectators. This is a week-long festival that started in 2007.
Location: Mereces Date: January
The festival pays tribute to the ancestors in the Sur and Palermo regions. It is celebrated with a lot of entertainment that includes street dancers, parades, music, and dance. It is the biggest festival in the country and is a fun activity to participate in. It will for sure give you a happy and joyous feeling.
Location: Montevideo Date: February
The festival starts on Easter weekend when Christians fast and refrain from meat or milk. They visit churches to pray and celebrate in the city of Montevideo with colorful parades. It is a week of prayer and remembrance of the love God has for His people. Come and feel moments of serenity and oneness with God.
Location: Montevideo Date: 28 March to 3 April 2021
Natalicio de Artigas
The festival celebrates the birthday of the 'Father of Independence', Natalicio de Artigas on June 19th. It is a national holiday when the country witnesses beautiful parades, marches, decorations across the streets, and a patriotic fervor among people. The atmosphere will leave you thrilled and your fondness for the country will only grow.
Location: Uruguay Date: 19 June
This festival is followed by the Umbanda faith and offerings are made to the 'Goddess of the Sea' on Ramirez Beach. There is a lot of spiritual singing and dancing and as the sun sets, the locals push a boat into the sea as an offering to the goddess and dance around the beach all in white. The pagan goddess symbolizes motherhood and the protector of her children. Do not forget to throw your white Gladiola flowers in the ocean too.
Location: Ramirez Beach, Montevideo Date: February
Other Festivals Celebrated in Uruguay
Dia de Muertos
A passport valid for the duration of stay is required by all citizens of the following countries: Britain, Australia, USA, Canada, Other EU countries. Uruguay visa is not required by nationals referred to earlier for stays up to 90 days. Visa-free entry is also allowed to citizens of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru with the right to residence and work.
The Uruguay visa policy indicates that citizens from other countries apart from those mentioned earlier require an Uruguay visa. You will need a complete visa application form, a recent passport size photo, a passport valid for at least six months from the date of departure, and a photocopy of your passports main page. Visum Uruguay advises that you can apply for the Uruguay visa by applying to the consular section at the embassy. The maximum stay is for 90 days.
European Union Member Countries
Malaysia (for a maximum stay of 30 days)
Mongolia (for a maximum stay of 30 days)
Russia(for a maximum of 90 days)
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
South Korea (for a maximum of 30 days)
Sovereign Military Order of Malta
*Citizens of these countries can cross the border with an ID card Types of Visa
Uruguay visa types include the tourist visa which is a multiple entry visa that is valid for a period of three months with multiple entries. The fees for application are $42. Tourist visa processing time is around 4 to 5 working days. In case of extension of stay, the Direccion Nacional de Migracion office will provide you with all the assistance.
The tourist multiple entry visa is valid for 90 days, except for nationals of Malaysia. However, Uruguay Business visas may be for a shorter validity of 30 days.
Bus service is very convenient and there are many main terminals or bus stations from where you can likely get your ride. Tres Cruces International Bus Terminal in Montevideo, Terminal de Buses Punta del Este, and the bus terminal in Salto are a few of the main departing points.
This mode of transport is safe and easily available with reasonable fares. However, fees can double during high season in summer (January to March) and during the carnival season (End of February to March)
Car rentals are available from Hertz, Avis, and Thrifty for a nominal fee of $50 to $60. You can rent a car with valid driving license documents issued by your home country or an International Driver's Permit. Do keep your credit card handy for deposits of $1000 that is held until the car is returned.
Regular services operate between Montevideo and Veinticinco de Agosto and one train between Veinticinco de Agosto to Florida. The number of passenger services is limited, and the government is working towards revamping the railway networks.
Do take the ferry rides from Colonia to Buenos Aires for a great time onboard. There is a 3-hour route that is more expensive than the 5-hour route. Other ferry services are Boquebus from Buenos Aires to Montevideo and Colonia. There is also a ferry to Punta del Este, La Paloma, and other beautiful tourist spots.
The country does not operate a national airline and there are no commercial domestic flights available.
Via Air Route
Carrasco International Airport is the main airport that serves flights from downtown Montevideo. Laguna del Sauce Airport in Punta del Este also provides for convenient airline services. The country has many other airports that are in full service for travelers like you.
The highways connect many major cities and towns and it is a good way to visit the country. Long highways are in very good condition and coastal views make the drive delightful and adventurous. There are many travel booking engines like Rome2rio that offer door to door travel information and online booking if required. Buenos Aires to Uruguay by road is a worthwhile experience.
Ferry services operate between Argentina and Uruguay that operate on three ferry routes. Buquebus is a popular ferry service between Buenos Aires to Montevideo and has 13 services per week. There is another ferry service from Buenos Aires to Colonia del Sacramento that runs three times a day. The journey time is about 3 hours with a cost of $58 for one ticket.
Rail lines for passenger services are limited and there are freight rail connections between the neighboring countries Brazil and Argentina.
Carry relevant travel documents and health insurance. Keep a copy of your passport handy.
Uruguay is pretty expensive, so remember to carry enough cash during travel.
Most restaurants serve dinner by 9.00 pm.
Water in the beaches is cold so remember to safeguard by wearing a wetsuit during surfing.
Apply a suntan lotion as a sunscreen to avoid a mean burn.
Be careful swimming in the rivers in Rio de la Plata as the waters can be very choppy.
Keep enough commute time and plan well in advance if you want to take a ferry to Buenos Aires from Colonia, a journey you shouldn't miss.
Some of the surf spots get very desolate between April to November such as beach towns like La Pedrera and Punta del Diablo.
Choose the long-distance bus ride over the taxi as the latter can be expensive.
Always carry photocopies of your passport and keep the originals in the hotel safety box.
Be cautious of petty thieves and pick-pocketers while withdrawing cash from ATM.
Take care of your jewelry and other valuables and do not wear or carry valuables while traveling.
Follow government guidelines and safety precautions at all times.
Avoid huge gatherings and processions.
Be aware of your surroundings especially around Montevideo.
Be watchful around ports with your bags at shopping markets.
Avoid walking alone at night and take a taxi back to your hotel.
Carry your International Driver's License if you want to self-drive.
Do not drink and drive as there is a hefty penalty.
Keep a Travel Guide Uruguay Handbook for your reference.
Avoid at all costs drinking tap water and raw uncooked food.
Wash before eating fruits and always have a meal at quality restaurants.
Travelers tend to get travelers' diarrhea and hence never sample the street food.
Carry along with you a medical aid kit, antibiotics, and anti-diarrhea medication.
Wear a medical alert bracelet and carry a letter from your primary health provider.
Carry along with your health insurance documents.
Before travel, get all required vaccinations by the CDC and WHO such as Hepatitis A and Yellow Fever, Mumps, Rubella, Measles, Typhoid, Rabies, Meningitis, Polio, Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria And Pertussis), Chickenpox, Shingles, Pneumonia, Influenza.
What to Pack?
Casual clothing for summer travel (December, January, February, March)
Warmer coat and layered clothing for winter travel (April to November)
Hats and scarves
Passport and Visa
Useful electrical gadgets
Dress Code & Etiquette
Locals dress conservatively and seldom wear bright colors.
Women wear roses and love flowers. A salmon-colored tea rose could be a favorite gift.
Uruguayans are extremely polite and courteous.
Social events are casual, and Uruguayans usually dine at 9.00 pm.
People are very proud of their country, so do ask them about Uruguay.
It is polite to carry a gift such as candy or flowers to an occasion.
Do not sit with your legs up on a ledge which is impolite.
Greetings are with a firm handshake and friends kiss on the right cheek as well.
The North American 'OK' is considered rude.
You can use the 'ch-ch' sound to get someone's attention.
Argentina (1482 km)
Argentina is situated to the west of Uruguay and shares a 360 miles land border. This beautiful country with natural wonders, snow-capped Andes, Iguazu Falls, Perito Moreno Glacier, Buenos Aires palatial mansions, and delightful plazas is just a few of the attractions you could see.
Brazil (2277 km)
A not to miss famous Christ the Redeemer statue on Corcovado's Mount beckons you to visit Rio de Janeiro. Tourists visit in plenty to enjoy the art deco, beach life, Sugarloaf Mountain, boutiques, and beautiful Brazilian island called Fernando de Noronha.
Distance Between Places of Importance in And Around Uruguay
Uruguay to Chile - 1495 km, Uruguay to Paraguay - 1043 km, Uruguay to Bolivia - 1968 km
The country's name means river of the painted birds from the River Uruguay.
It is where tango was born.
The catchy Uruguay national anthem lasts for five minutes.
Uruguay's president Jose Mujica donates 90% of his salary to charity.
The country provides every child with a free laptop and Wi-Fi.
The Uruguay literacy rate is 98.1%.
The countries motto means Liberty or Death.
Every house in Uruguay has its own unique name.
The country has over 20,000 acres dedicated to the wine industry.
Uruguay is the second smallest country in South America.
The country is one of the top five producers of wine in South America.
Yerba Mate is a famous drink.
Over 1.8 million of it 3.44 million inhabitants live in the capital Montevideo.
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