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Montevideo is a city without many skyscrapers. This Mirador in the Town Hall (25 floors) allows to have view of all city and river. It has glass walls on the sides and a picture right in front of the windows identifies the buildings. Free entrance
The Mirador is located inside the city hall (Intendencia Municipal). From there you have a view of a big part of the city with signs explaining the main buildings and attractions. Also there some benches and you can relax from the walks. It´s located an...More
I didn't see so many recommendations in the guides to visit this building. But I can say that it's mandatory to get the elevator till the 22nd floor of this city hall. It's located in the center of the city and it's possible to identify...More
We were looking for things to do in the city when the girl at the tourist information desk suggested this.
I have to admit I didn't enjoy the ride up in the lift! If you also don't like heights, you won't enjoy it either! The...More
Montevideo is a very flat city. From the Mirador, you can view almost every importante place in the town. The buildings are identified by a picture right in front of it but the picture is too old, with a very low resolution and sometimes it...More
You can see all the city from here. I just didn't get some placards because there seemed to be more interesting sights to know about than some info there.
Very wind, watch your hats and alikes.
Creepy elevator but nice chills!
Great view of the entire city. Absolutely worth visiting! Just remember to take the tickets on the touristic info before going up. The logistics of where the ticket counter is and the door to take you to the elevator could be simpler.
Stumbled upon this whilst visiting the tourist information Center out the front of the building. They will give you a free ticket to the top and direct you to the entrance. The glass elevator going up is great and once at the top you have...More