Neighborhoods

The name of this neighborhood comes from the lavish sandy areas in waterways and wells, where the residents of the walled city were supplied with water.

These two neighborhoods are known as the cradle of Afro-Uruguayan culture and the rhythm called Candombe.

They are the neighborhoods that extend from the Independence Square to the Obelisco (Obelisk), with 18 de Julio Avenue as the main road.

Neighborhoods located north of Montevideo that have a strong link with the railroad and the rural area of the city.

These three neighborhoods stretch peacefully over a long extension to the east of the coastline of the city of Montevideo.

This neighborhood owes its name to the José Batlle y Ordóñez Park, which is surrounded by the neighborhood. 

These three neighborhoods extend in part of the coastline of Montevideo to the east.

Prado neighborhood is traditionally associated with the rich aristocracy society of the 19th century.