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The park is quite big with a little lake in the middle that you can paddle around. There are also games for young children. The whole place is not very well maintained. Full of trash. We find a lot of young people, mostly hippies hang...More
I like being in open spaces and the day was too nice to sit inside. So I walked from the hostel to the park with a map and book and took a leisurely start to the day before heading into the city. Even stopped for...More
Spent some time walking around park on a sunny April day. Peaceful and relaxing walking through trails to see the lakes, plants, trees and wildlife. The were plenty of local people drinking mate and some playing chess!
While living in Montevideo, Parque Rodó was one of our favorite places to relax. The abundance of grass, trees, and birds are an oasis right in the city. You can see locals here all day, every day, and for good reason. If you come to...More
A nice park, with a considerable big lake, just new rebuild, all arround with nice trees and also inside the park, there is a book museum for childresns.
Very near you may find a children park to play in several games and places to make...More
Parque Rodó is both a barrio of Montevideo and a park which lies mostly outside the limits of the barrio itself and belongs to Punta Carretas. Our tour stopped for a brief look and explanation by our guide.The name of the park was given in...More