Running in Montevideo is quite an enjoyable experience, especially when you can run along the beachfront. In this guide I’ll take you with me on my run through the city and explain why I enjoyed doing sports in the capital of Uruguay! You can find more content about Montevideo on our city page! When in Montevideo, I was luckily enough to weak up on a sunny morning, which was perfectly inviting for… Read More
The Aeropuertos VIP Club Montevideo is the only airport lounge at the biggest airport in Uruguay. In this lounge review, we’ll explain what you can expect of visiting the lounge with Priority Pass or a business class ticket! You can find more content about Montevideo on our city page! While Montevideo has a beautiful new airport, there are not that many flights leaving from here. As all of these are international flights,… Read More
Carrasco International Airport Montevideo is the only major airport in Uruguay and still doesn’t play an important role in South American aviation. There are just a mere two dozen flights a day and no local carrier. In this Airport Guide, we’ll explain all you need to know about the airport of Montevideo! You can find more content about Montevideo on our city page! When it comes to Aviation, Uruguay doesn’t play an… Read More
The Hilton Garden Inn Montevideo is currently the only Hilton property in the underserved market of Montevideo. Due to the very good ratings of the hotel I expected a lot and was a little bit disappointed in the very end as you’ll see in this review. If you are looking for a hotel in downtown Montevideo, you won’t find many chain options. There is Hyatt Centric, which might be the best choice,… Read More
Transportation in Montevideo is very complicated for foreigners. If you want to get around by public transportation, you can only rely on buses. An alternative are taxis and Uber. Check out our city page for more content about Montevideo! There is no rail transportation in Uruguay whatsoever. That also means that there are no trains, no trams or anything alike in Montevideo. Instead, the only options to get to the city by… Read More
Montevideo is the capital of Uruguay and has been rated as one of cities in Latin America with the highest quality of life. Because it is not as well known as other cities in South America, I would like to introduce some of the important sights of Montevideo in this city guide. Moritz and I arrived in Montevideo after taking the ferry from Buenos Aires which takes about two hours. As we arrived… Read More
The Aeropuertos VIP Club Montevideo is the only lounge at the only international airport in Uruguay. As the airport is quite modern, the lounge also comes with stylish and modern interior. The design is gorgeous and the seating is very comfortable. Sadly, the food & drink selection is quite weak. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!
There are not many luxury hotels in Montevideo, which is why we chose Hilton Garden Inn Montevideo for our two night stay. The rooms are spacious, but not especially cozy. In addition, there’s a small pool, a decent gym and an okay breakfast. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!
Montevideo in Uruguay is definitely not a touristic hot spot, but comes with a laid-back, relaxed feeling to it. Lots of remarkable buildings from the past dominate the image of the city. Moreover, the city offers an extensive Rambla along the Rio de la Plata! As usual, stay tuned for a more extensive post on Montevideo here on traveluxblog.com!