Home to nearly half of Uruguay’s population, Montevideo is an eclectic and charming capital city that manages to stay a bit beneath the frenetic fray of larger metropolises while still sporting a diverse mix of opportunities for one to enjoy. The waterfront strip is an especially enchanting place, where on a warm summer’s eve one can stroll amidst joggers, fishermen, ice cream vendors, couples, football and volleyball games, and just general laid back recreation in soothing delight. Diverse architecture and foods please the eye and stomach while the city’s ample network of buses make getting around easy and cheap.
There are many interesting areas to explore, from the aforementioned Rambla waterfront to the colonial walled old town of Ciudad Vieja. Montevideo is the resounding choice in Uruguay for the budding entrepreneur as it houses a significant portion of the country’s economy. Montevideo frequently rises near the top of polls measuring quality of life in Latin America, and after a day or so of exploring it may become clear why.
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