Tours

ATM
Tourist service recommended by the Montevideo Tourist Association.
It is a civil association made up of professional guides who design the tours according to the tastes of the visitors.
ATM
Tourist experience recommended by the Montevideo Tourist Association.
it offers a fascinating journey back in time to the origins of the Jewish community in Uruguay.
ATM
 

Tourist experience recommended by the Montevideo Tourist Association.

A different way to discover the most important places in Montevideo.

 

 

ATM
Tourist experience recommended by the Montevideo Tourist Association.

 

The winery was founded in 1949 by Constante Dardanelli; years later his children began to use a new way of producing wine.

ATM
Tourist experience recommended by the Montevideo Tourist Association.
Take a guided tour in the less known Isla de Flores and discover the heritage that this National Park keeps.
ATM
Tourist experience recommended by Montevideo Tourist Association.

 

La Macarena is a family fruit establishment with more than 18 years of experience located in Melilla, 25 minutes from downtown.

ATM
Tourist service recommended by Montevideo Tourist Association.

 

Ride freely through Montevideo on bicycles from Orange Bike.

Guided bike tour: Montevideo Literary

A literary bike tour through Downtown and Cordón neighborhood where you will visit landmarks related to national literature.

It has the purpose of promoting wine tourism and disseminating the identity, culture, way of working and passion that Uruguay's main wineries have for viticulture.

Since 1923, the winery has produced excellent quality wines.

Parque Rodó has a smart app that offers a new experience to those who visit one of the most valued and frequented spaces in the city.

The company finds in its facilities, the balance between technological advances and the old traditions of the family. 

It is a thematic, educational and recreational park with an area of more than 10,000 m2.

The winery is located in Melilla and has approximately 10 hectares of Albariño, Chardonnay, Merlot, Tempranillo and Tannat vineyards.

Since 1937, the Bresesti family, of Italian origin, has worked in the production of craft wines.

The Carrau Family has been part of a small group of families in the world who have dedicated themselves tirelessly and silently to cultivating a tradition that has transcended generations.

The Carrau Family has been part of a small group of families in the world who have dedicated themselves tirelessly and silently to cultivating a tradition that has transcended generations.

Winery located in the metropolitan area, in Las Piedras.

It has the appropriate services and infrastructure to organize a social or business event in its underground cellar built in 1927.

They are walking tours through some of the most symbolic neighborhoods of the city where you can learn about the history, customs and tips on what to do day and night in Montevideo.

Montevideo has many shopping tours in different neighborhoods of the city where high-quality design and shopping with identity can be highlighted.

They invite you to be part of their fun and informative tour of Montevideo.

It was inaugurated in 2001 as a donation from Japan for the celebration of the diplomatic relationship between both countries.

It is located in Juanicó in the Metropolitan area. 

Inaugurated in 1902, the Botanical Garden of Montevideo is the only one in the country.

Tours in the Central Cemetery of Montevideo.

Many spaces in Montevideo have photo galleries, open-air exhibitions, which invite you to discover the city in a unique way to learn about its history and identity of Uruguayans.

It is located in Canelón Chico in the Metropolitan area. 

Guided tours in spanish, portuguese, english, french and italian in Prado and Parque Rodó neighborhoods with specialized guides on the topic.

 

 

Montevideo has many shopping tours in different neighborhoods of the city.

It is the most important theater and the one with the greatest architectural value in the city.

Luigi Spinoglio, born in Casale Monferrato (Piedmont, Italy), arrived in Uruguay at the end of the 19th century with a history rooted in the vine and wine.

In recent years, an interesting movement of Street Art has been developing in Montevideo, which includes the intervention of facades under different techniques such as graffiti, wall paintings, stencils, screen printing, mixed media, etc.

Teatro de Verano “Ramón Collazo” is the largest open-air performance center in the city of Montevideo.

Guided bike tour on Uruguayan Musical Heritage

A musical tour through Downtown and Barrio Sur neighborhood, places where Tango and Candombe live together, rhythms that were declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.

It is located in Joaquín Suarez in the Metropolitan area.