Carnival in Uruguay is the most important popular festival of the year.
Documentary Week is the space for exhibitions of Latin American documentaries.
The Figari Museum found another way to interact with its visitors beyond virtuality.
It takes place from December to January at the Teatro de Verano (open-air theatre).
More than 40 museums and exhibition halls await you in Montevideo to offer you memorable cultural experiences.
It is an event that is held annually with the aim of promoting the museums of the country.
Every December 3, the National Candombe, Afro-Uruguayan Culture and Racial Equity Day is celebrated.
The best Uruguayan and regional horsemen get together in the Prado Creole Week, which is visited by more than 200 thousand people every year.
Since 1889, it has been held annually on January 6 (Three Kings Day) at the Maroñas National Racetrack.
Montevideo has a lot to offer!
We suggest attractions, walks and outdoor tours to discover all the charm that the city has.
The Museum of Pre-Columbian and Indigenous Art (MAPI by its initials in Spanish) invites you to visit its new exhibition that can be seen from the street.
The International Film Festival of Uruguay is held every year in April.
It is the main tango event in our country and the oldest in the world in continuity.
This popular festival of candombe takes place on the first Thursday and Friday of February.