Increasingly popular for its amazing beaches, this stunning football-mad country is a hidden jewel.
Delicious food and wine, charm and culture are some of the ways to describe a trip to Uruguay.
Easily accessible from Buenos Aires, a trip to Uruguay is definitely worthwhile. Starting at Colonia del Sacremento you’ll fall in love with this antique and charming village. Life here moves at a very slow pace so you can enjoy strolling the streets, stopping for a coffee and afternoon tea while imagining you are back in time.
Montevideo the capital has some great attractions and restaurants. Spend a day learning about Uruguay’s history and culture while on a city tour, then end the day with a unforgettable feast with some of the famous local wine and delicious meat. For a change of pace, Uruguay is also home to the beach resort of Punta del Este where many South Americans go for their summer holidays for some quality beach time and party atmosphere.