Tonier travelers may have heard of its Punta del Este beach resort, but Argentina's small neighbor also offers gauchos, ranches, lovely colonial towns like Colonia del Sacramento, and dynamic capital Montevideo.

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Comment by Tripatini on December 12, 2011 at 6:30pm

Hello, one of our fellow Tripatini members would like to know if anyone can recommend accommodations in Punta del Este. If you can help please answer by clicking on this link to Ask A Travel Pro. Gracias!

Comment by Andrea Spirov on February 24, 2011 at 9:27pm
We're so looking forward to our time in Uruguay in May. Please drop us a line if you live or are travelling there and want to connect
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Comment by Tom Germain on March 20, 2010 at 6:00pm
I recently went to Montevideo, exploring it as a potential future home (for now, it's Medellin, Colombia). I'd been to Uruguay before, but never bothered with the capital, because the truth be told, it's the city where most Uruguayans live, not play. It struck me as a sort of mini Buenos Aires, but with much less to offer for tourists. That could change, however, as there's an ongoing effort to spruce-up the vast old old city, For more about Montevideo, I wrote an article about it here.

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