4 based on 115 reviews
The beach, the rambla, restaurants, stores and services are particularly good from many standpoints. More of a middle class resort compared to Punta del Este, it is relatively close to Montevideo. While not as striking a Piriapolis, Atlantida is more convenient for year-around living since more stays open through the off season and for English speakers seems to have a larger or at least more active expat community.
Having checked nearby towns (Las Toscas, Parque del Plata, La Floresta, Costa Azul and Bello Horizonte) the prices of all are quite high in the summer season (December-March with the peak in January) so a rental for a month could easily be $2000-5000 but then year-around lease $600-1000.
4 based on 6 reviews
Es un parque al aire libre con gran variedad de juegos de emoción, no son mecánicos. Es ideal para niños no muy chicos. Es para los dias lindos!!
4.5 based on 51 reviews
This is a very unique church where the architect Dieste put all his ingenuity to build a brickwork masterpiece. It sure worth the visit.
4 based on 122 reviews
Clearly there is much to amaze in Uruguay with strange unexplainable things like this and the frog statue much praised in guide books. The Eagle is just odd in a confounding way. Clearly it is required viewing here but expect to be a bit disappointed. It is not maintained and inside has been used as a toilet by many. In short, it stinks and is dark. Do not let that put you off. Although i decided not to take the inside stairs up inside the head.
5 based on 27 reviews
We did a tour, wine tasting and light lunch here. We will go back with friends. Pablo did a great job as a tour guide of the grounds and vineyard. As he did a great job at the tasting. This is a small operation when compared to the others, but the wine is outstanding. The wine is something a bit our of the normal and routine and a nice change to the standard wine choices. The wine produced here can only be purchased on site. All else is exported.
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