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Few cities in the world have an avenue that borders the sea - well the Rio Plata, in this case - in such an elegant enjoyable manner. La Rambla extends for miles, alternating beaches and parks. The people of Montevideo and tourists alike enjoy it...More
La Rambla in Montevideo, Uruguay is a great place for a leasure walk, a jog, a stroll, etc. The Rambla goes on for miles, alongside the Río de la Plata.
You can walk all the way to the Montevideo sign to take a panoramic photo...More
Even though I didnt find it so extraordinary and super pretty, it was a nice addition to my trip to Montevideo and I would suggest you dont miss it either. You havent really been to Montevideo till you walked through the Rambla with some mate...More
Visiten MOntevideo and not visitin the Rambla is a huge mistake.
The Rambla is a seaside road that has 16 km or more of uninterrupted walking path.
There you can see people running or walking, biking or drinking Mate. Others will go to fish. Others...More
We are staying in Montevideo for a week so we have enjoyed the Rambla very much as we are staying at a hotel right along the walk way. It is a great walk along the beach area and nice and flat if you want to...More
This is a must when visiting montevideo. If you have seen a boardwalk in other cities around the world, thsts what this is. My cons are that it is not pretty as in disney. You see quite a bit of homeless which is sad, and...More
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Sorry, no idea. I recall seeing several membership type gyms. Perhaps a Google search and inquire if day passes are available. There are many public parks with facilities of various descriptions, though I don't... More
Sorry, no idea. I recall seeing several membership type gyms. Perhaps a Google search and inquire if day passes are available. There are many public parks with facilities of various descriptions, though I don't specifically recall hoops. Final thought, check for a web site/blog of ex-pats. They might be a resource. Good luck
Oh it's so walkable. Where the ships dock you simply walk up and through the ciudad Vieja ( Neighborhood of the old port)). Don't mistake a wonderful luncheon custom dining here but you will miss so much if you don't stroll... More
Oh it's so walkable. Where the ships dock you simply walk up and through the ciudad Vieja ( Neighborhood of the old port)). Don't mistake a wonderful luncheon custom dining here but you will miss so much if you don't stroll up the hill and find your way over and down to the other coast line, take millions of pictures, stop and talk, chat, and turn left at the waters edge and go East up the Rambla. Walk it, bike it, taxi it, there are beaches, parks, dining, skateboard parks, bumper cars, embassies, incredible architecture,statues, museums, but do it and don't stop until you reach Rodo Park. There you must get out and discover the neighborhood. Two thee hours spent. Now head back towards the port and find the Presidents Head quarters, the tomb of Artigas, the Arch, Salvo Palacio, and the center of Montevideo. Street vendors and parks with unbelievable fountains, churches, and galleries await your tour. This is the way to spend a day in the best kept secret city of Uruguay. Be prepared to return, just sayin'.