This includes a visit to Ciudad Vieja, home to the city’s most historic sites and full of nightlife during the dark, as well as the Rambla of Montevideo, a promenade that traces the city’s shoreline.
The Uruguay capital’s street art is also listed, which bring the streets to life thanks to the numerous talented artists living in the area. Obviously, another activity on the list is the city’s food; make sure you try the steak, matambre, pamplonas and more.
The final point on the list are the prices. There are plenty of ways to save money, including discounts on certain items if you pay with a foreign credit card, and prices are budget friendly.