Montevideo has gotten some press in recent years as a trendy, artsy city and I’m totally down to see what the hype is about. The beaches look amazing and the city just seems to have a really inviting and relaxed vibe.

– Samiha

Ciudad Vieja

Oldest part of the city, lots of history and attractions nearby

Museo Manuel Blanes

Museum of Uruguayan art, with a Japanese Garden

Chivito

National dish; made with meat, cheese, tomatoes, mayo, and olives

Teatro Solís

Oldest and most renowned theater in Uruguay

Mercado del Puerto

Market with variety of restaurants offering meat and seafood

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