Uruguay is a virtually unexplored destination for traditional tourism. This small and peaceful country has a territory of 176.215 km² and 653 km of coastline along the River Plate and Atlantic Ocean. A unique place where, within short distances  we can find cultural and historical cities, fancy summer resorts, wetlands, hills, native forests, palm groves, sandy and rocky beaches, rivers, coastal lagoons and savannahs all filled with an enormous diversity of birds (more than 400 species) and other wildlife like the endangered capybara, pampas deer, sea turtle and franca whale which coexist in harmony with the cattle, sheep and horses that populate the vast pampas.

Situated on the undefined frontier between the Spanish and Portuguese empires, it has always been a region of passing influences; thus the hospitable character of its people. First conquerors and then the immigrants, who arrived from Europe in large waves during the first half of the last century, have enriched the native traditions, forging a very particular cultural
identity different from the majority of Latin American countries. Indigenous remains, fortresses of the Colonial period and traces of the gaucho’s life have combined with a
rich urban architectural heritage.

Uruguay has the highest literacy rate in the continent (97%) and the majority of the population has completed secondary, technological or university studies. Commonly called “the Switzerland of America”
This republic, proud of its almost 200 years of democracy, with the least corruption, and fairest wealth distribution, is one of the safest countries in the world. It has a republican system of government, with the authorities (president, mayors and legislators) chosen every five years in local and general elections. The vote is universal and compulsory.
The climate is mild, with temperatures that range between 23 and 35ºC in the summer months (December, January and February) and between 5 and 15ºC during wintertime. The official language is Spanish and Catholicism is the most practiced religion although the country is officially secular. The main source of income is from agriculture followed by tourism. The average life expectancy is 73 years.

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URUGUAY 6 Days – 5 Nights

Day 1
Airport Arrival
Meet and greet with INFOBA DMC Argentina´s guide at Port
City tour visiting Colonia's most important attractions
Colonia is an old city which has been declared World Heritage by the UNESCO. We will visit the little stone streets, old edifications, forts, Spanish and Portuguese Museums, the port, downtown, the Ferrando Beach, the wonderful Coastal Rambla which borders Colonia from the Old City to the “Real de San Carlos” where we will visit the bullring, the horses' race course and the old port.
Transfer to the bus station in order to take a bus to Montevideo.
Arrival and reception at “Tres Cruces'” bus station. Transfer to the hotel.
Overnight at Hotel in Montevideo

Day 2
City Tour
Visiting Montevideo's most important attractions: the Independence Square, the Legislative Palace, the traditional Prado neighborhood, the residential zone of Carrasco, the Old City and pedestrian streets, the town hall, the cathedral and the typical Mercado del Puerto, where we will have lunch. (Lunch not included).
Overnight at Hotel in Montevideo

Day 3
Full Day visit to Punta del Este one of the world's most famous summer-resorts We will visit San Antonio Hill in Piriápolis and then we will make a stop at Casapueblo, a strange construction designed by the famous Uruguayan artist Carlos Páez Vilaró. We will then continue our trip to Punta del Este where we will visit the most important attractions: “Juan Gorlero” Street (the main avenue), the yacht's port, and the “Golf”, “San Rafael”, “Rincón del Indio” and “Cantegril” residential areas. We will cross the undulated bridge of “La Barra”, visit the Beverly Hills Famous neighborhood and both the Mansa and Brava beaches.
Overnight at Hotel in Punta del Este

Day 4
Day at leisure to enjoy beaches
Overnight at Hotel in Punta del Este

Day 5
Free time for leisure

Optional Activitiy:
Full Day Tour to Cabo Polonio
Cabo Polonio is a fishing little town surrounded by high sand dunes, which can only be crossed by horse or in 4x4 vehicles. Once in town we will visit the Sea Lions Reserve, one of the biggest in the whole world. Then we will have lunch at “La Perla” (The Pearl) Restaurant, a little and cozy local “Posada” with a lovely view to the sea. In the afternoon, we will return to Punta del Este.
Overnight at Hotel in Punta del Este

Day 6
Transfer from hotel to Airport with INFOBA DMC Argentina´s guide





INFOBA DMC E.V.T - ID: 12538 Res. 1125 by InformationBA SRL 2004-2017 - San Martín 674, 2º B - C1004AAN - Buenos Aires, Argentina
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